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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Just for reference, most grade schools and high schools are locked down. You must be admitted through locked doors. Now a college campus is an entirely different matter because are open ane park...
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    Re: Rimfire verses center fire

    Well the DIAMETER of a .22 caliber rimfire bullet is going to be the same as the diameter of a 22 cal centerfire bullet. However the centerfire bullet will likely be heavier and faster.

    A .22LR...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    So does Rosie O'Donnell, Senators Feinstien, Clinton and Kennedy. They also favor disarming the general populace. Seems like a very elitist attitude. "I can have guns used to protect me, but you...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Ed, you are simply wrong on this one. In fact the courts rarely deal with the right to keep and bear arms but typically come down on the side of supporting private gun ownership, especially as the...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    But Tom, still, I asked before and ask again, what other solutions can be offered?

    One of the facts I see is that guns are a reality of our nation that will not go away, either in legal or...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Absolutely.

    But then, based on the Texas Tech, Virginia Tech, Columbine, etc shootings where a gunman or two open fire on unarmed people, what is your solution? Do you suggest that we arm every...
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    Tires Re: Antifreeze in tires or not?

    First, I don't think your tires will freeze. It would take a lot longer than a few hours of below 32 degree temps to get them to freeze.

    Second, anti-freeze is very toxic, it is also sweet...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Moss, you omitted consideration of this part:
    it would then be up to each state to determine how they want to qualify school employees for the exemption that allows them to carry and what other...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Mike, reading through the thread, most people do not suggest that we burden them with guns. Most replies seem to indicate that: IF they desire to, and IF they somehow qualify to, then they should be...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Well everyone has the potential to "crack" under some situations. One would simply have to look at the postal workers who went "postal" to see that. There are also plenty of exampls of dirty cops,...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Maybe we can bring some teachers too! We can run them through a gun safety course, or maybe even take a defensive handgun class . . . then hit the bar after we are done.

    By the way, I don't...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Well it seems to me that only one person has taken an extreme position, others have generally respectfully agreed or disagreed with each other. I'm sure the moderators will see that most of the...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Why, will one of those guns jump up and bite you all by itself? :p

    I don't consider myself a gun nut, but I wonder why you advocate law abiding citizens should kill each other. Why not advocate...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Moss, it is ALREADY LEGAL for teachers to carry guns in public schools in at least a couple states. It is also legal for any CCW holder to carry guns (teachers & students) on college campuses in...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Interesting, but I was just speaking this past week to a Cpl in one of the western suburban Chicago police departments, he is also some sort of Homeland Security coordinator for his department and...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Tom, you are correct, the initial question was worded as you describe. I worded it that way simply because the TV station asked it exactly that way and I didn't want to misquote them. I provided a...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Many schools do not have a security officer of any type. Many college campuses cover hundreds of acres and their security staff is often unamred. The college I went to had no security officer, and...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Chris, I agree with your assessment. I hear stories like Tom related at the dinner table when talking to my wife. There is no doubt that most parents don't care, that many parents believe their...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Indiana is a pretty liberal state in handing out CCW permits, but most states are not quite the same. Many require formal classes and qualifications. However, in the case of gun free school zones,...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Just curious, and maybe I don't understand . . . but if the teacher met all the qualifications for the individual state concealed carry permit then why would that not be good enough? Afterall, it is...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Jerry, I agree with you. The question was very simplistic & superficial, but it is typical of the way TV newcasts (the people who are running the poll) report the news. . . superficially and...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    You put a "qualification" on the question, and obviously the TV station did not do that. In fact I think they actually asked the question to simplistically. The way they asked it, it almost implies...
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    Re: POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    Ed, regarding your points #1 and #2, why would you pesume that an honest/normal person would use a gun inappropriately? If you look at states where concealed carry permits are issued, you will see...
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    POLL: Should Teachers Be Armed with Guns?

    One of the TV stations is running a poll asking if Teachers should be armed with guns.

    Here is a link: WDTN-TV: News and Weather for Dayton, OH

    The poll is on the left side of the page, about...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    This may vary from state to state, but if you are a legal CCW permit holder, and you walk into a store that has a "No Guns" policy while carrying your weapon in your concealed holster, you are not...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    Now I'm from Indiana, so you may have to talk slow and loud to me. But the last time I checked, rights that are not given to the federal government are reserved to the state governments. Further,...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    I've had no formal training, but a lot of informal training.
    My wife is R.O.T.C. trained with Colt pattern 1911 pistols, Baretta 92 pistols and Colt AR pattern rifles.
    My daughter, now 12, will...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    He has the opportunity to choose from 2 genuine Colt's. One in 9mm the other in 223. Both BNIB, unfired. Both at the original law enforcement cost. He told me he was going to use it as a tactical...
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    Re: GVWR With vs. Without Tongue Weight

    If I was worried about overloading a trailer, I would buy a heavier duty trailer. Trailers, unless they are commerical grade, are usually built too lightly and not well designed. Dump trailers are...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    I was talking to a police officer today who came to my office to ask me some quesitons about which assault weapon he should buy. We got onto the topic of Gun Free Zones.

    Take a school as an...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    I know of one LEGAL alien, who is applying for citizenship and going through the legal process. He is a Canadian Ex-Patriot who moved to the USA, lives here, works here, pays taxes. When he moved...
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    Re: Why a Prodigy Brake Controller?

    That is one of the best features. Other brake controllers sense the vehicle stopping and only then begin to apply brake pressure to the trailer. The Jordan supplies a progressive amount of brake...
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    Re: I USED to want a HST, not anymore!

    Darn, it looks like I showed up late to the party! :rolleyes:
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    Chris, that is my problem . . . "when possible."

    I'm currently on a search for something smaller, lighter. I've got some 45ACP pistols, but even a modern "ultra-compact" 45 is pretty heavy,...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    The family moved. But we have taken many non-shooters out for a fun day of shooting and it is an eye-opening experience for them.

    This is a very true statement based on my experiences. My...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    You hit the nail on the head with that statement. It was interesting we had some "city folks" who moved in down the road. The wife was VERY anti-gun. Very vocal about it too. She was talking to...
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    Re: My new TN75DA is now in America

    I'm going to nit-pick just a little bit, but you took a partial quote I wrote, I believe out of context. I rate NH design as #1. But when I said that Kubota was 1, Deere 2 and NH was #3, it was a...
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    Re: My new TN75DA is now in America

    I am pretty sure they are built in a NH plant in Italy. Fiat is the primary owner of CNH, but its auto division is separate from the tractor and contruction divisions (they also own Kobelco). NH...
  39. Re: Which to buy? Used NH/JD/Kubota vs. New Chinese?

    How much land do you have total?

    What are the ongoing tasks you have do use the tractor for? Do you have snow to plow off the driveway, if so how deep? Do you just need to blade the driveway to...
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    Tiller Re: Will a 9n ford handle a 5 foot tiller

    Mark, what model Ford? I don't believe a 9N had a high/low range transmission or 32hp PTO. I think the PTO HP was something in the low 20's (22 or 23) on the Ford 9N with only 4 gears (3 forward, 1...
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    Re: Kubota' s hold their value.

    If that is true then why do some of the brand forums have people reporting that their dealers won't even take the tractors they sell as trade-ins? I think it is reasonable to suggest that some...
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    Tiller Re: Will a 9n ford handle a 5 foot tiller

    I'm not knocking them, in fact that N series tractors are still very useful tractors. They have their limits and they have their strengths. They are also very popular in my area of the country,...
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    Tiller Re: Will a 9n ford handle a 5 foot tiller

    And they are suitable for that purpose, they are also suitable for pulling a small plow, or seeding a food plot. But there are some tasks they really are not well suited for and tilling is one of...
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    Tiller Re: Will a 9n ford handle a 5 foot tiller

    I'd say a lot depends on your soil. I do agree that you may not have a low enough gear to effectively do a 1 pass till, but I also would be concerned that 9N is probably not generating the same...
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    Re: Why a Prodigy Brake Controller?

    I've got 3 brake controllers in 3 different tow vehicles, my favorite is the Jordan Ultima.

    As for why to use a Prodigy, the only answer I can come up with is that it is popular, but that...
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    Re: Actual Tundra Towing Capacity

    What you learned is pretty much normal. It has actually been discussed here several times, but not in as much specific detail as you have spelled out regarding your truck.

    Unfortunately many...
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    Re: Loader letter arrived!

    It is a shame that they don't convey that message to their customers. The CK20 owners are gettiing letters, but if I am correct, Highbeam first identified this problem roughly 15 months ago in...
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    Re: Gonna go after Kubota

    And that is what I have been trying to point out to him in a nice way. He mentions the fact that the local dealer is his problem, but then he goes off on tangents to blame Kubota USA's parent...
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    Re: Loader letter arrived!

    While I am not an owner, several CK30/KL130 owners are in regular contact with me. The information I have is that the "fix" for the KL130 has not yet been released. Consequently, the letters to...
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    Re: Gonna go after Kubota

    Point #1: Accused, not proven.
    Point #2: There is no evidence that suggests they tried to fix prices in an effort to INCREASE them. In fact, among many suppliers, Wal-Mart is constantly accused...
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    Re: Gonna go after Kubota

    I think that digging up something that is 9 years old is pointless, the fact that it is dragging on for years and proof has not yet settled this (one way or the other) is proof that lawyers are...
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    Re: Gonna go after Kubota

    That is one very simplistic and very narrow way to look at it. Another way to look at it is that they could control their costs and quality better and offer superior quality at a lower price. In...
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    Re: Who builds the compact NH/F tractors?

    New Holland "Boomer" and Case "Farmall" compact tractors are proprietary designs that are near twins of each other. The engines and drive trains are primarily manufactured in Japan by Shibaura. I...
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    Re: Gonna go after Kubota

    Turkey is a secular nation, it is not an "Islamic Republic" but I am curious why you would show such obvious bias.

    For whatever it is worth, there are factual errors in your post, but the above...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    I'm betting the other 1% were committed by domestic cats. No way would a dog commit a crime :cool:
  56. Thread: Messick's

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    Re: Messick's

    Neil Messick and I are freinds outside of TBN and on TBN. He has some very strong opinions about what is good quality, what is good design, what features are important, and also how to treat a...
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    Re: ROPS coming loose!

    Chris, I may have easily misunderstood what he wrote. I do know that every tractor I've used has some flex in the ROPS, but as I wrote, you see it when it is pushed up against something like a tree....
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    Re: ROPS coming loose!

    I have a TC24D, which is nearly identical to your TC24DA. I think you are mistaken to say the ROPS is coming loose. I think what you are seeing is the natural flex in the system. The ROPS is...
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    Re: People shoot people not guns?

    Coffeeman, I like your logic. Let me toss some more at you:

    Did a spoon make Micheal Moore & Rosie O'Donnell fat?
    Did a broken condom make . . . well, I just won't go there :cool:
  60. Comparison Re: How do the Kubota 7510 HSD and the Kioti CK 20 HST compare (both w/ backhoe & loader?

    Well one thing that I see is that many people simply compare horsepower when they compare tractors. That to me, is a huge mistake.

    The better way to shop for tractors, in my humble opinion, is to...
  61. Comparison Re: How do the Kubota 7510 HSD and the Kioti CK 20 HST compare (both w/ backhoe & loader?

    Engine and PTO power are similar. FEL capacity for the CK20 is greater, just make sure you get the new version instead of the older version that cracks. Reliability for the Kubota is legendary in...
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    Re: Which Attachment is Right for me?

    Rent the tiller to bust up the clods (make sure the soil is nice and dry when you do this). Then, after the tilling, use a landscape rake to redistribute the soil and smooth it at the same time. ...
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    Re: brand or off brand loader ?

    Define "as good"

    Woods/Bushhog probably makes loaders for some tractors companies and sells them as OEM. The quality is not really the big question.

    The bigger question is the performance...
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    Re: brand or off brand loader ?

    Just curious but why not stick with the OEM loader?

    Seems to me that the OEM loader is

    designed to work with the specific tractor
    runs a 0.00% risk of voiding a warrenty
    has an...
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    Re: Implements for bike path in woods...???

    I use a landscape rake. It works to create and to maintain trails in my woods. It works better (for me) than a box blade, but if you have problem areas you may need to use a blade to drag in some...
  66. Thread: What RPM?

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    Re: What RPM?

    Certainly it depends on what I am doing, but for mowing, tilling, etc I run at/near full RPMs. For loader work, I run a little slower, just to reduce the engine noise, probably closer to 2200 rpms. ...
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    Re: Trailer Troubleshooting?

    I had HUGE problems with a trailer that would work great with 2 of my tow vehicles but would not work at all with one of my vehicles (a Touareg). It had me baffled for almost a year. It turned out...
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    Re: I am getting a sub-compact pistol

    My personal opinion is that a .380 is the minimum. It could probably be argued that a .32 Magnum in a revolver would be as good? The reality is that is not a very common round, so of the commonly...
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    Re: Yard capacity of KL130 FEL

    That works out to .353 yards, or just about a hand shovel of dirt over 1/3 yard. Is that the struck or heaped capacity?



    The specs for the NH TC29 show the 60" quick attach bucket at .36...
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    Re: I am getting a sub-compact pistol

    Gary, how do these two guns compare in overall size & weight to each other? You stated you had one problem with the XD40, have you ever had a problem with the Kahr?

    The Glock 26 and 27 are also...
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    Re: I am getting a sub-compact pistol

    I'm also looking. The little Karh 9mm has been recommended highly. I've not handled one yet, but I've been reading the reviews and it looks like an ideal sub-compact gun. Slightly larger and...
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    Re: Getting a .45 pistol

    I have the Smith & Wesson 625 Revolver and it will take 45 ACP rounds with "full moon" or "half moon" clips, or it will take 45 Auto Rim rounds. I've never shot it with the Auto Rim ammo, but it is...
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    Re: B3030 HSD what am I missing?

    First off, I live in a colder climate and I don't have block heaters on my tractors. They are kept in unheated garages in the winter, it gets to -20 here in the winter but rarely maintains that low...
  74. Re: HELP!!, Keeping the MMM in the UP position.

    Well I can't offer any more help. The tractor I use with a MMM is not a Kubota and the Kubota I use does not have a mower! I was just offering up a Hail Mary play that maybe you had not considered.
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    Re: Loader letter arrived!

    Yes, but maybe the real question is not should this be covered under warranty, but should this be considered a recall? If this was a recall then Kioti would pay for the transport.

    When my NH...
  76. Re: HELP!!, Keeping the MMM in the UP position.

    OK silly question, but when lift the deck into the UP position, is it too high UP? If so, while the front is pinned in the UP position, can you slowly adjust down the 3pt until the holes for the...
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    Re: Getting a .45 pistol

    Well I screwed up. But here is my similar version . . . :D
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    Re: Getting a .45 pistol

    That little Kimber sure looks sweet. I've got a stainless Colt Officers model, had the same Novak rear sights installed, polished the sides to high gloss but bead blasted the rest of the gun. ...
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    Re: Getting a .45 pistol

    1st shot hit potential is an average of all shooters. While you can adjust to brand A and I can adjust to brand B, over time and over the course of years of shootout records, some guns will show up...
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    Re: Getting a .45 pistol

    Seems to me that the point of getting a pistol is to hit your target. In the case of a defensive gun, to hit an attacker.

    The handgun that has the highest 1st shot hit potential is the Colt...
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    Re: VA. Tech Shootings...

    I saw early this morning and the news said "1 dead" and all morning the death toll went up. I was driving at lunch listening to the radio and they said "21 dead" and during the announcement they...
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    Re: ROPS Welding

    Seems to me there are plenty of GOOD ALTERNATIVES to welding that will not void a warrenty, that will not shift legal liability, and that will not reduce trade in value, so that it becomes a simple...
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    Re: Finally Out Of the Closet

    Bill the whole goal of this place is to help each other out. Post problems, ask for advice, give your advice and share your experiences. Welcome :)
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    Re: Utility Tractor SALES RED HOT

    I'm not a expert on utility tractors, but the difference between the CUTs and the UTs is not horsepower it is frame size and other features. There are some tractors that probably blur the lines of...
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    Re: WHATS MY TRACTOR WORTH?

    Do you know what you paid for it? I'm willing to bet it is almost to the age where you can sell it for what you paid for it. If its in as good a shape as you say, I'd guess its worth $1000 less...
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    Mowing Re: Finish mower size for B7610

    I think a lot of it depends on YOUR lawn. If it is thin and sparce, then you should have no problems with 72". If it is thick and lush and you let it get long between mowings then 60" is going to...
  87. Re: Best way to flatten a new lawn after tilling?

    If you have a landscape rake for you tractor, turn it 180 degrees to the tines are facing backwards. Pull it over your dirt, it helps but it not going to actually compact the soil a lot. It will...
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    Re: Loader letter arrived!

    First of all I don't see that you have ranted or had a shrill tone in any of your posts. Seems to me that you (and Highbeam, and several others) have taken a very moderate and firm position that is...
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    Re: Quick hitch or Pat's hitch for TZ25da

    I have a Pat's easy change but I use a PHD and there is no quick hitch made that will work with a Post Hole Digger. If all your implements have teh same measurements and will work with a Quick...
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    Re: Utility Tractor SALES RED HOT

    While I agreed with just about everything in your post, the Compact Tractor market is NOT strong right now. It WAS strong. But it has slowed considerably. It is actually surprising that Compact...
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    Re: Loader letter arrived!

    Ed I think you (and several other Kioti owners) have taken the "high road" through this entire process and remained on topic since it was pointed out well over a year ago.

    It also seems clear...
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    Re: Utility Tractor SALES RED HOT

    I'm not well versed in farming, but the farmers I know are typically smaller farmers, cropping under 1000 acres and alternating their crops between corn and soybeans with some small time hay...
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    Re: Loader letter arrived!

    Limecuda, I think your analysis is incorrect and that Island Tractor is probably on target with what he wrote. All Kioti is saying is that they can't trust you to install the kit before September! ...
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    Spreader Re: 3pt fert spreader

    Herd makes a wide range of spreaders. The M96, which is their smallest model, holds about 3 bags of product. They make a simple optional extention that can be added to the hopper to increase the...
  95. Thread: Ballast Box

    by Bob_Skurka
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    Ballast Re: Ballast Box

    Tina, I'd check your owners manual for the loader, it should tell you what the required ballast weight should be. But 500# seems too light by 25% to 30% based on my own tractors, I would bet the...
  96. Thread: am i legal?

    by Bob_Skurka
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    Re: am i legal?

    Just curious, but do you have the tiller on the front of the trailed strapped or chained down or is it just held in place with the bucket? State DOT laws vary, but it is likely that you must have...
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    Spreader Re: 3pt fert spreader

    The best I know of by reputation is Vicon. I have a Herd and consider it excellent. Depending on the Herd model, the hoppers are either galvenized steel or powdercoated.

    Vicon is a pendulum...
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    Re: Utility Tractor SALES RED HOT

    I'm actually surprised the CUT market is up. It has been somewhat flat for a while, I think because people with 2 to 5 acre lawns started to buy large 60" and 72" ZTR mowers. If you look at the...
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    I use both, it just depends on the situation.

    A 48" box blade is going to weight anywhere from 275# to about 400# depending on how light or heavy the construction of the blade you choose. ...
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    Re: How About New Holland?

    When the merger between Case and New Holland happened they became the largest equipment company in the world. Agco is actually a larger company globaly than CNH if you remove their construction...
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