TractorData.com Kubota M59 backhoe-loader tractor information
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TractorData.com Kubota M59 backhoe-loader tractor information
The "Pallets in Fields" thread rides again!!!
Old Allis looked funny but, she came with some really nice features.
I got a kick out of the commercial about something to do with aliens, when a guy came on the screen and said, "I had sex with an illegal alien".
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Based on his last name, I might have guessed that John delivered milk, too.
Thanks. I may do something similar.
I like the tool and would really like to see a thread on your tool boxes, with close-ups.
I buy my structural steel at Dillon Supply also. I may check their prices on sheet metal. Thanks!
That does help. Thanks!
Thanks to everyone for your replies. The few diy tonneau covers I've found on line didn't address the issue. I'm guessing they leak badly.
I'm thinking about building a tonneau cover out of plywood hinged, in the middle. Does anyone know how to keep it from leaking at the hinge and atound the rim of the pickup bed.
Some Deere mowers seem to have a unique angle of incline between the inside and outside causing non Deere belts not to last on Deere mowers. The one that I'm familiar with broke the belt rather than...
The Yahoo group 4x6bandsaw might be able to help. It's also interesting reading.
Thanks for the links. Lowes is a couple of miles from my house. They should solve my problem.
I really like the country around Greenville, a community there, called Tigerville is beautiful, to my eyes.
As for hay, I just bought a load of good 4x5 round cow quality bales for 41 dollars each,...
That size and price would suit me fine, but I haven't seen any at Lowes. Is it in the heating section?
My local source is Lowes and I think the roofing is corrugated when they get it.
Thanks guys. You've given me some options I hadn't thought of.
I need a flat sheet of metal to cover a wooden tool box and for various other occasional projects. Corrugated roofing is available at a reasonable price but the flat metal that I've found is sky...
I've got to remember not to get another dog.
He's probably a bigdog by now.:D
Thank you. I've been looking for an excuse to buy one of those infared thermometers.
Thanks for your reply. At this point my query has has 197 views and nobody else has responded. I guess you nailed it on the first effort.
The tachometer on my MF 261 swings back at regular intervals so, I suspect a problem with one particular injector. Is there a quick and painless way to find out which injector is in need of service?...
That's a rule I try to live by.;)
Mine is stored somewhere in the pasture right now. I laid it on the loader and forgot about it. The next thing I knew it was missing. While I'm looking for it, maybe I'll find the one I lost in...
Still no reply from amper02. I wonder if her husband was pulling out that thing that looks like a choke.
What breed are the dogs? Some beagles I've known were escape artists.
Has he tried to start it and failed? If so tell us what he has done so we can try to figure out what he's doing wrong.
It's my belief that fire ants slip up your leg, get into position, and all bite at the same time on command from the leader. She must have a tiny megaphone.
I remember 7 and 7.
If you have a local bearing supply store, the guys at the counter should be able to get the numbers off the old seal or measure it and fix you up. Be careful to deform the old seal as little as...
My brother clear cut pines, had the land bull dozed and root raked then planted in fescue. Now, over a decade later, stump holes and roughness in general have returned. He's disking up the fescue a...
Maybe Steve will know.
At this moment, I'm trying to figure out how to WIFI through the wall between the den and the bedroom. I probably won't be much help.:confused3:
I lost the cap to my tractor's fuel tank, gave up searching for it, and bought a new one. The lost cap turned up in the pasture, yesterday.
My mother, 89 next month, quit eating meat several years ago. It caused her to itch, now the itching seems to have stopped but, she only eats a little bit of meat. I couldn't figure out why the...
I was breaking shear bolts like crazy until I found out I was using bolts one size too small. I didn't even know larger bolts would fit in the hole but, they do and are a vast improvement.
All of these stinging critters are why I don't like to mow in late summer. It's a pity grass doesn't grow much in cold wearher.
If the cowboy really did cut barbed wire with his knife back before 1947, I guess it must have been with a method or device similar to one of those described in the replies. I was thinking he might...
Thanks for the feedback, gentlemen. Some interesting ideas and some funny ones.
For entertainment purposes, I've been reading about the Roswell incident. One account tells of a person who got his hands on some debris from the crash. He supposedly wasn't able to burn the...
It looked to me like the excavator operator could have kept the bucket hooked to the chain long enough for someone to chock the wheels. Did I miss something?
I thought I'd read that somewhere. Thanks for confirming it.
I like your fixturing and jigging too. I hope I'll remember if I ever need to weld a shaft.
Could I interest you in a Hoyte Clagwell, gently used by a former New York lawyer who drove it while wearing a coat and tie?
I think you need a sealer called, a new tire.
Ooooh! I believe what you have is called a dump rake. I thought the f and h probably stood for Farm Hand. They might have made a dump rake too but, I don't remember ever seeing one.
That's a beautiful setup. Reminds me of some apparatus that used to be scattered through the woods in my part of the country. There were two on my grandparents place.
If memory serves, Farm Hand made a wheel rake that was very popular in my area. The following link should lead to a photo of what looks to me like a Farm Hand wheel rake....
Lots of my welds look like that. :ashamed:
We need details Walkin Horse. Are you toying with our curiosity?
OK, I'm lost. I've heard of weldors using coathangers as filler with acetylene welding and I've heard of arc welding with 12 volt car batteries but, never with coat hangers. What's going on? Also,...
Thanks for the photos. I'd heard of the two bladed mills but, don't think I'd seen one before now.
It's easier for me to see the weld path when I weld sideways rater than pulling the weld to me.
Wisteria has choked out many of my pine trees.
You got into a fight with your paw and he came up with a knife and cut off a piece of your foot.
Please tell me why "modern" square bailers require more power than the older ones. I can't figure it out.
Hooking to a third tractor might tell you something.
I sure would like to see photos of your shed.
A two jaw puller got a blade holder off of a Woods rotary mower for me where a bottle jack and chain failed. It didn't have a stump jumper.
It's getting close to 30 years now. I hope to get it unstuck before I die.
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I gave myself the name stuckmotor because rain water got into the engine on my WD. If I was in your situation, I wouldn't want to take a chance on water rusting or locking the engine. I'll leave...
You can check here. It looks like 1950 to me.
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Good luck and pease let us know when you put up the video. I haven't been able to find a video of a Piranha tooth bar in operation.
The Yahoo "4X6 Bandsaw Group" is a great resource for things like that. Many of the owners have made their own hydraulic feeds. I believe I've even seen the Carolina saw mentioned over there.
I've changed a few that had tubes. It was easier when I was younger but still, no big deal.
Is that mower yours? I saw the design in a farm publication around 50 years ago and always wondered if it was worth building.
If you build an outhouse beware of black widow spiders beneath the seat. They have a reputation for attacking body parts that hang down there. :shocked:
That's right, I'm the spider bite...
Well doggies. Tractor supply has them. I'd thought about welding two together.
I hadn't thought about adjustable pulleys. Thanks.
Looks like you opened up a can of Whup ***.
I haven't been able to respond to your kind advice sooner because I'm away from the internet several days a week. I really appreciate so many responces.
It's good to hear from...
Leon Leinback used to bring a truckload of attachments to a machinery sale that I attended. He was a nice guy 30 years ago. I hope nothing bad has happened to him.
I'm trying to make a 4 stroke chainsaw mill. From what I've read I need to approximately double the speed of the engine to achieve satisfactory speed on the chain. I'm thinking about a 6"...
The Snapper rear engne rider at the following link has 33 inch deck and a brand new one is in your price range. RER33175 | Snapper Pro Lawn
Thanks to everyone for your wisdom. I especially like CalG's opening statement, "Simply, ...It's not that simple" and, I'm afraid he's right.
It'll take me a while to digest the information you've...
I'll need two pulleys for a project that I plan to drive with a 13 hp engine. The specs for pulleys of the right diameter that I've found at Surplus Center say they are for fractional hp...
All too often borrowers have found a way to get manuals for free, like the title line says. They just don't return them.:(
What I had in mind was checking the temp at several places on the outside of the water jacket, not pulling any plugs. It should be easy with a non contact thermometer. Harbor Freight sells them...
Did you get a temp reading from the water jacket around the block and head? Was it hot?
No matter how you pull the posts, the holes need to be filled immediately. Sad experience has shown me that small animals fall into empty post holes and can't get out. They can't get food or water...
I need the rims for my MF 261 with loader. If they come with new tires, that's a plus. I need tires too. The wheel has a standard 6 lug bolt pattern. The closest I've found have been 8.00 X 16. ...
Reminds me of the story of the little Dutch boy who stuck his finger in a dike.
An interesting little tractor. Took it's power off of the cam shaft. Yesterday's Tractors - Tractor Profile: John Deere Model H
Had I not just said this was a fun thread, I might have gotten my feelings hurt.
Thank you, Steve. You're a gentleman and a pallet scholar.
You have my apology. You didn't call me a baghead. Here's what happened:
You asked whether you had to spell everything out for me followed by :banghead: This little character is listed...
Mother Goose is the master mind.
Not me. I haven't had a beer since the 80's.
Wait another minute.
Baghead, Simpson's, radiation: Homer works a nuclear power plant.
Don't you live near a nuclear power plant. There must be a connection there. Are you somehow...
I definately saw the word baghead in your reference to me in your origonal reply where you asked whether you had to spell everything out for me. When I looked back at the reply the term had...
I've never had a good understanding of the IR lights on my game camera either. Would someone please explain or post a link where I could learn more?
My only guess as to a representative bag head is Bart Simpson, the break-out star of the hit TV show. My wife is related to the Simpsons on her mother's side. Steve didn't call me any of the other...
It worries me when you're polite and yes, you have to spell out everything for me. What happened to the place where you called me a baghead, what's a baghead, and what happened to my reply. ...
I think, I might be a zombie.
And POLITE too. It's even worse than I thought.