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    Re: Starting a tractor by spinning the PTO

    Interesting to me. I would have never thought of doing this. Having started lots of old stuff by popping the clutch while pullling or pushing I could do this if i really needed to. The one thing I...
  2. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    Woohoo, 49 this morning heading for 73. I put on a sweatshirt for the first time this fall. We slept with our door to the pool deck open and it felt good.
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    Re: Maybe a little OT, how do you sharpen your ax?

    If it is really dull I use my bench grinder gently. If you never let the edge get too hot to hold between your fingers you will not hurt the temper. I like to take a rough stone and finish it. ...
  4. Thread: Linda

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    Re: Linda

    Hi Linda and welcome. It looks like you have quite a few responses now. For future reference the best way to get responses is to start a new thread with your question. Good luck with your driveway.
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    Re: Lucky to be ALIVE!!!

    Thank you for sharing this with us. It is not easy stepping up and offering yourself as an example to help others. (Much harder than the "I told you so" responders).
    My tractor that I have had for a...
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    Good Tractor / hay hauler on C list

    1993 GMC Truck with 2005 Horton 36ft Flat Bed
    I was browsing our local Craigslist and saw this ad. A little big for me but seems like a preyy good price.
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    Re: Small farmer in ontario

    How small are you? A little person maybe? Just kidding, the only size that matters on this forum is your tractor and then it really doesn't either.
    Welcome, you should be able to get your answers...
  8. Re: I'm sure it is the usual question. What tractor to buy?

    Someone else may have mentioned this and i missed it. Have you met any of your neighbors yet? They will know a good place in or near
    Spingfield to look at some used tractors. My SIL lives near...
  9. Thread: gun rack

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    Re: gun rack

    Your second question about the golf cart roof on your LS. My Kubota came with one and they just attached some 1' square tubing, same as on a golf cart, to the top of the ROPS and bolted it to the...
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    Re: the house next door

    We bought the 5 acres next to our 5 acres when the owner died. I had tried to buy it when she was alive but couldn't. When she died her mother sold it to me. The mother was a Realtor and knew I...
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    Re: Stable Fishing Canoe

    I canoed for many years with a few different canoes. I also did a lot of fishing out of them in the phosphate pits of central Florida. In 2000 my wife and I went to Hawaii on our 25th anniversary....
  12. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    Good morning, 71 this morning on the way to 91. It is good to be home this morning after our trip to my brothers in Indiana. I was concerned driving 1000 miles with a truck that had been mostly...
  13. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    70 this morning, our last day at my brothers in Kokomo In. We have my wife's CRV on a tow dolly hooked to the truck I got fro m my sister-in-law and we are heading south this morning. I did a test...
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    Re: Why Buy a Mahindra or Mahindra vs . . . .?

    Your getting some good advice here. One thing to remember is most peoples first tractor is not their last. I bought my first tractor used and after three years decided I needed a bigger one. When I...
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    Re: Repairing a trailer jack

    I know you asked about repairing your jack, my suggestion is if you decide it can't be repaired or not worth the effort. I replaced my slow cranking jack with one that has a pin in the leg that you...
  16. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    70 degrees this morning at my brothers in Kokomo with a high of 86. We went over to my other brothers yesterday and I picked up his truck. I really don't need it but I always liked it and also just...
  17. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    72 and a lot of thunder this morning at my brothers in Kokomo Indiana this morning. I am only one up this morning. We visited my oldest brother in nursing home yesterday. It really hurts to see...
  18. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    We are just a little south of Chattanooga this morning and 76 degrees. Heading to Kokomo Indiana where two of my brothers live. Supposed to get to 86 in Kokomo today. My oldest brother is now in a...
  19. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    90 degrees at 11:30 heading for 93. Just got back from first PT after shoulder surgery. Not as bad as I was expecting but I am glad I took a pain pill before I went.
    Going over to property to show...
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    Re: For those retired....what do you enjoy most?

    As a soon to be retiree (12/31/14) I have really enjoyed the on topic (hint,hint) comments that have been posted here.
  21. Thread: 1,000 Hour Club

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    Re: 1,000 Hour Club

    There was a guy on a Kubota using a boxblade where I work and I asked him how many hours it had on it. He said he wasn't sure because the hou meter quit working at 6000 hours.
  22. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    75 degrees heading for 95 with 87% humidity. It seems odd to hear some of the low temps from others. I am recuperating from shoulder surgery Friday. It was suppose to be a simple clean up of bone...
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    Re: Shadowing out a toolbox

    Very nice and neat. i will show this to my youngest son. He will want some. A bit too much organization for my nature :laughing:
  24. Re: which 6' rotary cutter by HP rating would be good for me??

    [QUOTE=davethegundoctor;3866817]A "Medium Duty" Wood's bush hog is a model BB720 . It is over 1200 lbs. way to much for your tractor

    Too heavy for my L3710 with FEL?
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    Re: looking for a used tractor

    Welcome to the forum. My advice is to read a lot of threads on here and you will learn a lot. I would also stick with popular brands as they are much easier to sell when you decide you need a...
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    Re: Metal roof frustrations

    When my father in-law had his metal roof installed on his house, the installers screwed a 2x4 on each end of the house with a 10 inch overhang or so, hanging off the eave/front of the house. This...
  27. Thread: 1,000 Hour Club

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    Re: 1,000 Hour Club

    For those who think Kioti's arent durable.
    My first tractor was a CK 20. I bought it with 165 hours and the hour meter was broke, so not sure how many more. I put a new hour meter on it and me, my...
  28. Thread: 1,000 Hour Club

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    Re: 1,000 Hour Club

    I just sold a Kubota L2900 with 2045 hours. I bought it used but I know it had the front wheel seals replaced. At a little under 2000 I replaced the radiator. It was running great with no issues...
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    Re: New trailer hitch law in NY?

    I didn't read the other thread, so forgive me if everyone but me knows this. If your ball isn't blocking your tag why not leave it in? All of my trailers have the same size ball and my drop down...
  30. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    76 This morning in Lecanto, heading for 86 and more thunderstorms. I can hear it rumbling now. Heading for Ocala this morning for pre-op at Dr. and Hospital. Having a bone spur removed from my left...
  31. Re: which 6' rotary cutter by HP rating would be good for me??

    Medium duty it is. Since all of my mowing is done for now and I am keeping my 52" cutter until I find a 6' one I should be able to be patient and find a good used one.
  32. Re: which 6' rotary cutter by HP rating would be good for me??

    Thank you for your replies. The one I looked at was an old Bush hog brand and it looked like it weighed at least 1000lbs. It was an easy decision since the top needed replacing due to rust and he...
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    Re: Deckover VS. Carhauler

    I have a car hauler and I like the easy loading of my tractor. I usually back it into a small ditch or some other depression and load and unload my tractor without using the ramps.
    I would like to...
  34. which 6' rotary cutter by HP rating would be good for me??

    I have been looking at rotary cutters for my new (to me) tractor. It is a Kubota L3710. As I have been looking at them I have learned that some are rated for 40HP and some 65HP or 75HP and some are...
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    Re: What Does A Good Welder Look Like?

    I see one every time I look in the mirror.
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    Loader "Since my last update. The tractor was finally...

    "Since my last update. The tractor was finally picked up on Friday Aug 11 and taken away to Bromley Farm Supplies. Got a call Thursday August 3 that the tractor was all fixed up and ready to come...
  37. Re: When a long tem member doesn't reply to your PM.....

    Generally, when a person describes themselves as brutally or blatantly obvious it is a strong indication they enjoy the brutal/blatant role more than the honest.
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    Re: How to cut conveyor belt?

    Since were replying to an old thread, I will tell you how I cut 1/2" x 54" belt. I mark it with a drywall square and a piece of soapstone. I have an old sheet clamp that I put beside the mark and...
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    Re: tractor width vs mower width

    My tractor is about 64" wide and my rotary cutter is 52" wide. It is really noticeable when you are mowing beside fences and things. One good feature is you can travel pretty fast when mowing. I got...
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    Re: F250 rust repairs

    Very nice job. I have an F250 from up norh that was bad on the corners but not in the center. I bought a cab from a truck that had an engine fire for $250. I took it to a local body shop and he cut...
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    Rotary Cutter Looking at a Woods C72 Rotary Cutter

    I am now on my third tractor, a Kubota L3710, and I am still on my first rotary cutter. It is a Kioti R53?? that came with my CK20. It cuts fine but is too narrow for my tractor. I found a used...
  42. Thread: Old tanks

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    Re: Old tanks

    My brother gave me my gauges and hose right before I got married 37 years ago. I got new (used)gauges a couple years ago because it was cheaper than rebuilding my oxygen gauge. I still have the same...
  43. Thread: Hay ride wagon

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    Re: Hay ride wagon

    Look at my avatar. I have used a tandem axle lawn trailer for three years and it works great. I take the ramps off and I put hay down each side and leave a few spaces for plastic lawn chairs. I put...
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    Re: Hello from Shalimar Florida

    Welcome to the forum. You are correct that this is a great place to learn about tractors and tractoring.
  45. Mowing Re: Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later..... and today it was my time

    You were very lucky to get only four stings. I like the idea of the bug bomb and tarp suggested by Jeff9366. You might want to do it with a helper. One of you place the bug bomb and the other throw...
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    Re: Driving on the Road

    I drove my Kubota L2900 about a mile to the circle k to fill up one day and get a cold drink. The cashier got a kick out of it. She said she doesn't get many tractors at the pump. Now that I have a...
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    Re: Kubota 3710 hard to lower bucket smoothly

    I guess I missed that in your post.
    "There might be little balls and springs in the float assembly"
    exactly what the mechanic at the dealer said. I will be gone for the next couple of weeks on...
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    Re: Need help pricing my for sale Kubota

    Thank you for the replies. I am leaving the country on vacation in a couple of days and will put it up for sale on Craigslist around the first of next month. I will probably ask $8,000 and keep the...
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    Re: Kubota 3710 hard to lower bucket smoothly

    Well JJ, I took your advice. I put the bucket near the ground and pushed on the lever like I was trying to bend it. I felt a sudden give and the bucket dropped like a rock. I was happy to see float...
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    Need help pricing my for sale Kubota

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    I have an L2900 that I am planning on selling in about three weeks when I return from vacation. I bought the tractor last May. Here is the pertinant information
    The tractor has 2053 hours...
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    Re: Kubota 3710 hard to lower bucket smoothly

    I just got the tractor Friday. They may have never used the float. I will give what you said a try. If i bent the stick I'll let you know:)
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    Re: Kubota 3710 hard to lower bucket smoothly

    I did not have a chance to take the valve apart today. I did use the tractor some and float doesn't seem to work. I curled my bucket all the way up and put it on the ground. I started backing up and...
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    Kubota 3710 hard to lower bucket smoothly

    I purchased a very nice Kubota 3710 Friday at an estate sale. It has 830 hours on it and seems to have been well cared for. There was a man at the sale (Son in law i think) who was familiar with the...
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    Re: New vs Used Kubota

    I would offer 11k for the used one (in person) and do my best to get it for 12k or less. then you would be saving 5k over new. A no brainer for me. There is no way in 65 hours the tractor has 4 - 5K...
  55. Re: Bought a new home; not sure the septic tank has ever been pumped

    I own 4 septic tanks and have renovated a couple more places with them and then sold them. The number one killer of your drain field is tree roots.
    I have lived in my house for 27 years and when...
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    Re: So the search begins . . . for a new ZTR

    I have a gravely 44" ZTR and it does ride rough. Lucky for me my wife or son does all of the mowing at our house. It does mow fast and it is good on gas with the Kawasake engine. We have had it...
  57. Re: Tractor Canopy: Painted Steel or Aluminum Diamond Plate?

    On my first tractor I put on a fiberglass canopy. It was from an old golf cart and it was free. It blocked the sun and rain nice but you had to be careful mowing around trees as it could be damaged. ...
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    Re: Need to replace my 42 inch lawn tractor

    A BX should never hurt a septic tank. I have rental property and I have driven my Kubota L2900 over all of my septic tanks with no problems ever. I don't do it just for fun but have done it many...
  59. Re: BCS trailer - can it be hauled home in a Toyota pickup bed 4'x6'?

    should be easy to figure out. What does the trailer weigh? What does your owners manual say your trucks towing capacity is. My 4 cyl Toyota has a 3500 lb. capacity. If I am pulling anything close to...
  60. Re: who makes rural king's 15w40 oil? it's way cheaper than even walmart...

    They put one in an old KMart in Spring Hill (35 miles south of me) and I went a couple of times. A good selection. They also have some very good prices on guns.
    My wife likes it because they give...
  61. Thread: Pole saw help

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    Re: Pole saw help

    I also have a power pruner and have been very happy with it. It workds great but will wear you out. One thing I have learned is the straigher up you hold it, the less it wears you out. Just don't...
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    Re: Bent rear axle. Options?

    Since you have to take it apart to change the axle you have nothing to lose but a little time if you try to straighten the old axle once it is out of the tractor. It should not be hard to straighten...
  63. Buying Advice Re: Is there a checklist for buying a used tractor?

    Just a few from me.
    With front end loader look at the bucket. If they beat the bucket hard they probably beat the rest of the tractor.
    Has it been repainted. I would rather see tractor in as is...
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    Re: Ram 2500 cargo capacity

    A friend of mine bought a new fifth wheel travel trailer from a large dealer near Tampa. They moved his trailer to the onsite campground and had him take his truck to the service department to have...
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    Re: Ram 2500 cargo capacity

    Yes, sliders are available and quite popular. A lot of people with short bed trucks use them. You pull with them slid forward going down the road and slide them back when in a park or anywhere you...
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    Re: cutting down a trailer

    I would keep the spacing correct as per what Diamond Pilot said above. As for cutting it off the back and front or just the back and moving the axles, I would probably do whichever is easiest of the...
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    Re: I have a favor to ask you about your posts

    It also irks me a little when people get the homophones wrong... to, two, too; there, their, they're; etc... but that I can live with because I know what they mean.

    I thought this was a grammer...
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    Re: Looking for used radiator for 254 ts

    This is what I did when mine started leaking.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/parts-repairs/290864-how-i-replaced-my-kubota.html?highlight=radiator
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    Re: How to install a 3 hole 4" pvc sewer drain??

    Are you allowed to use the leech field material shaped like an igloo but in 10 foot links. It is very easy to install and you don't need to use any rocks.
    As for your question, sorry don't know....
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    Re: need opinions pls Mahindra or Kioti ??

    As far as resales, I only have experience with the Kioti. I bought a ck 20 used and kept it for three years. When I put it on Craigslist the first guy who showed up bought it for $800 more than my...
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    Re: Attaching & removing 3 point implements

    I sit my heavy implements on two pieces of 3" galvanized pipe. Since the pipe is round you have a small area of steel to steel. Back up with the arms a little lower than the pins, using a pry bar...
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    Re: Proper Clutch Use on a Tractor

    I have never heard of Semi-clutching. I think you are slipping the clutch while using it to hold the tractor in position. That is what the brakes are for. My father taught me to drive his 59 chevy...
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    Re: Should I paint my used utility trailer??

    I agree with your wife. Just kidding, if you finish something and it isn't what you want you might as well sell it and get what you want. You learned a lot with your trailer project so it was time...
  74. Re: Going to Africa and need new camera to take pics of tractors (and wildlife)

    Thank you all for the advice. I have been reading about a couple of others and today I met a lady building inspector that had a very nice Nikon Coolpix P520. She let me look at it and even let me...
  75. Re: Going to Africa and need new camera to take pics of tractors (and wildlife)

    We will take an adapter for the electrical. I think the one we took to Australia will work, but will check. we are going on a 14 day guided tour of South Africa and Victoria Falls.
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    Re: Which reese attachment for tractor?

    I usually go with the cheaper option if they both will work. One thing I would consider is how long does it take to change each of them. If it takes a lot longer for the cheaper one I would probably...
  77. Going to Africa and need new camera to take pics of tractors (and wildlife)

    My wife and I are going to Africa July 10 and I would like to get a better camera. I don't want to carry around a big lense and big camera but I do want to be able to have a pretty good zoom factor....
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    Re: Free Kubota Hat with $150 parts purchase

    A few weeks ago was the grand opening of a second store for local Kubota dealer, Agricon equipment. Wife and I stopped buy and they gave us two hats, two frisbees, a couple of cheesburgers fresh off...
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    Re: l4600 hst vs gear

    I have a geared L2900 and I do a lot of loader work with it. We clean out animal pens, spread lots of mulch, carry and pile up brush and cut trees etc. My last tractor, a kioti CK 20, was also...
  80. Traction Re: How often do you guys use the 4WD over 2WD hi and low range

    I have industrial tires on the front of my L2900 and they are hard on the grass when I turn in 4WD. I usually keep mine in 4WD most of the time but if I am in an area where I like the grass to look...
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    Re: Concrete floor costs

    Can you do it yourself. Concrete work is hard work but not really difficult to lay out, form, pour and finish. A 20 by 20 slab is not too big to hand trowel. I'll bet you could buy a book at Home...
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    Re: Trailer shopping?

    I have a trailer that something similar might work well for you. It is a factory built 18' car hauler. According to the title it weighs 1700lbs.
    It has a slight dovetail on the rear and ramps that...
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    Financing Re: Who has the least requirments

    To the OP. For 3 acres you might want to look for a used kioti CK 20. I had one for 5 acres and it was a very good little tractor. If you buy a used one they will hold their value very well and if /...
  84. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    It is 67 this morning in Lecanto and raining pretty steady. Suppose to be thunderstorms all day long. People south of us (Tampa) have been getting too much rain. Right now my cows can't keep up with...
  85. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    Nice Motorhome Wayne, We have had a lot of travel trailers and motorhomes through the years. In my opinion you can't beat a motorhome for seeing the country. Treks are a good value.
  86. Thread: Post Drivers

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    Re: Post Drivers

    I can easily push T-posts in with my loader bucket on my L2900 but I have pretty sandy soil. I couldn' push in a wooden post with it.
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    Re: Lease VS Buy................

    Very interesting thread and comments. Thanks Eric.
    I do have one question for you. If your so smart, and I think you are, why don't you have a tractor? :laughing:
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    Re: used kubota L2800

    I have an L2900 and had a hard time finding mine. If you are sitting in the seat mine is on the left side about in the center of the side engine cover. You don't have to open any of the covers to...
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    Re: My first steer ready to butcher

    If you have a good butcher he should give you lots of choices. Do you want lots of roasts or lots of hamburger? How thick do you want your steaks cut? Soupbones or more hamburger? How big is your...
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    Re: Cutting up a Propane tank for removal

    I have made a few of them into smokers and I always opened all of the valves or unscrewed all fittings and then run car exhaust through them for about 15 minutes and cut them with a torch. Only...
  91. Re: Older Troy Built Horse vs. New Husqvarna or CC?

    I don't think those are good prices at all. I bought mine for $100 and it had some engine problems. It ran but governor didnt work right. I bought a used B&S motor for $100 and it bolted right on. ...
  92. Re: Car Hauler or Equipment Trailer -- What is the difference please?

    I switched from a flatbed to a dovetail car hauler and I like it. It tows great and is very easy to load I have a small dirt bank I back up to and load my tractor without the ramps. I put the bucket...
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    Re: Is my new tractor damaged?

    Give him some tractor driving lessons and both he and the tractor will be better off.
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    Re: POOR ATTITUDE FROM LOCAL KUBOTA DEALERSHIP

    I bought a used Kioti and took it to the Kioti Dealer in Ocala Florida and they treated me as well as if I had bought it from them. I sold it and bought a used Kubota and the Ocala Florida Kubota...
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    Re: Testing a homemade bridge

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i2JTDH_EeY
    here it is on youtube
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    Testing a homemade bridge

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=372967746087504
    If you have a bridge you need tested this is the guy to do it.
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    Re: Increasing capacity of a trailer

    I would sell it and buy a heavier duty trailer but since you have already added the steel you probably won't do that. 2nd option I would do is put two 5k lb axles on it and sell the two you have now....
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    Re: Mirrors I got for Canadian tractor owners

    Maybe the Canadian government uses all of the extra tax dollars training their hockey teams. If so it sure paid off :)
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    Re: CK20 Joystick Loose and Broken

    I broke mine when I had my CK 20 doing something dumber than that. You can look up my post on it if you like. I took mine to the dealer and they fixed it while I waited. Upgraded with a better part...
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    Tractor Sizing Re: Looking for Kubota recommendations

    Hello Nanook and welcome to the forum. I read about the firs 6 lines and saw how long it was and gave up. You can gain a lot of information on this forum, but most people will not read such a...
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