Did the performance of the 3 point change with the new fluid?
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Did the performance of the 3 point change with the new fluid?
Sounds logical, but dinner forks don't have top lids like a grapple.
For trees or brush, drive forward and close the top lids.
Over the last 30 years I have had to remove some posts that were set in dry mix. The concrete was setup as hard as if it had been poured from a mixer truck.
I don't know where Crawford is, but...
Kinda hard to see the drawing, so I cropped it.
Why do you think the height of the bottom tines would be a concern?
Yep, didn't look close enough to see that.
Went to IE, same area messed up.
No problem here with Chrome on W8.1. :thumbsup:
:thumbsup: Can you come do mine? The current owner has really neglected it over the past years. :D
This I what I use to see where they were: Earthquake Hazards Program
That is what I was wondering for your part of the world.
Over here in 2010, it was $52,000. The first used compact telehandler that I bought was $26,000.
Yep, fun and useful! :thumbsup:
Interesting, but don't get enough snow here to do it. :D
I have to lower mine to do a wheelie! :laughing:
I can also do a reverse wheelie! :D
Dorrie did start a new tread, but no replies there yet. http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/parts-repairs/336233-kubota-tractor-l3350-transmission-problem.html
IMO (In My Opinion) don't waste time with the forum search. The Google Custom search box at the top of the page only searches TractorByNet.
Here is a visual of an 18 degree slope, serious Pucker Factor the first time I mowed it. :eek:
The function of the cross bar is to keep the plates aligned while hooking up the attachment. You could completely remove the crossbar and the adapter will still work. You would have to be careful to...
My machines are stored in the shed on the side of the 30 by 40 shop. I wish I would have put a concrete floor there instead of gravel.
Yep, tall dirt piles too.
When mine is way up in the air, that means I am at the brush pile. :thumbsup: :D
Yep, reminds me of the Ag Krane. http://www.agkrane.com/the-kranes/
This might help since you are looking for a used machine. I Snipped it from this Forum.
You mentioned a brush cutter, here is what we have, it was recommended by my Bobcat dealer:...
They are not AG, R1 tires. They are R4 tread Industrial tires. This is copied from the Order sheet
29 x 10.5, 8 PR Trac Tires
This is the 88" Triflex deck posted above.
I needed a smaller deck for making and mowing trails to ride horses on, TORO didn't make one smaller than 72", so I removed the two wing decks,...
Watching with interest. :thumbsup:
What was the motor designed to be used on?
Shouldn't be that hard to find a hub.
Eddie, the picture uploader didn't work. Please try again, we would like to see them. :D
If you had seen any of my posts about what a compact telehandler can do, you would have already bought the JCB! :D
Ask some of the local construction equipment dealers or contractors were they buy off road diesel.
I used to get mine at the local co-op, now there is a Shell station on highway 33 that has an off...
I disagree, for me on my work machine it gives more suspension travel, keeping me from getting stuck.
The function of the sway bar is to limit body lean when going fast around corners. My top...
You may not have to rewire, depending on clearance, replace the fuse with a plug in circuit breaker.
Just realized I never posted the side slope ability of the EV here in this thread, it has been posted many times elsewhere, so for those that haven't seen it, here it is.
This is what 30 degrees...
Not true the flow rate will determine the RPM of the pump. the AC current draw of the pump motor is directly proportional to the water flow. Low gallons per minute = low current, high gpm = high...
Need to correct the well casing size, it is 8 inches in diameter, not 6 as stated several places in the thread. Should have measured it, all of the previous wells that I have had were 6".
This is what 30 degrees of body lean looks like on the back of the dam, a 26.57 degree slope.
Was the fuel tank full during storage?
Is fuel getting to the injectors?
Used the 54" deck on some of our riding trails in the woods.
Have you ever had or used this style or shape grapple?
My first grapple, Better than no grapple.
I'm guessing that you are using a phone, For the one that is upside down, rotate the phone the other way.
I rotated your pictures with Paint.net.
I am interested, waiting for details and pictures. :thumbsup:
Call the eBay seller and have him make it with wider tine spacing.
That would also make it lighter. :thumbsup:
Check on the Root Grapple by Loflin: Loflin Fabrication
It is the smaller version of the Monster Grapple that I have.
Sometimes happens with smart phone pictures. :confused3:
Here they are upside right.
I don't know how similar the ROPS is on the Kubota F series, but for general information here is a tractor canopy that I found on craigslist. It is 47" by 58". Only had to drill one hole in the...
Good deal! It looks like it is sized right for your tractor. :thumbsup:
The teeth are bucket teeth for construction equipment. They come in different sizes and styles, so write down any brand or...
Now that is funny, thanks for a good laugh! :D
We had mice in the Toolcat cab, wife put cinnamon sticks in it, no more mice and it smells good. :thumbsup:
I haven't needed to back drag with the two lids. I pick up the stuff you mentioned going forward with mine.
I have used the front crossbar to back drag dirt into holes left from trees that I...
Drip oil. Whenever I empty an oil container, I let it drip into my drip oil collector, then use it to fill my oil cans. :thumbsup:
Did you have a pressure gauge in the line before you started turning the screw?
Can you post a picture of the screw?
Is it leaking at the o ring?
Where did I imply that a CUT would get the same kind of results as my V417?
This might help: Multimeter Tutorial
Pictures and a better explanation of the problem would help muchly.
Where and what fitting is broken?
You said "opens and closes the bucket", Is it a 4in1 bucket?
Yep, me too. I have a lot of stuff acquired at auctions and pawn shops, because it looks neat and I might need it some day. :D
Yep, nothing better than a self unloading trailer, :D
Yep I also thought about a dog lifting a rear leg. :laughing:
See, he did it again! :eek:
Any 2WD tractor with the differential locked does not turn corners without slipping the rear wheels.
I would not recommend driving in diff lock with one this big. :thumbdown:
A left hand bit can remove a broken bolt. :thumbsup:
But not always. :(
Use a long stainless steel hose clamp. :thumbsup:
Saw a female at the feeder today. my wife saw it yesterday.
We are northeast of Oklahoma City.
I saw one just now, wife saw it yesterday. :thumbsup:
Yep, gooder-un. :thumbsup:
He just likes to lift one rear wheel off of the ground, look at his Avatar! :D
And this: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/owning-operating/314547-stepped-off-almost-tipped-over.html?highlight=
That is one advantage of Fixed Wireless, they just put a radio receiver on the roof or on a pole.
How about a zero turn with a steering wheel?
The Cub Cadet Z-Force.
First thing there is a s in the middle. When searching on eBay you have to spell it four ways, groundsmaster, groundmaster, grounds master and ground master.
I just looked at their Website and all...
Here is the only one that I have had: Express Trailers for sale in Palmetto Florida near Tampa. Cargo Trailer Store
Found it on craigslist, bought it to move stuff to the new shop. Right after I...
They still make Groundsmasters, the GM360 is the latest.
And with a cab.
The 3xx series like I have has been discontinued, but replaced with the 3xxx series.
Here is a 3280D....
Go for it! A 580D with a telescoping boom would be awesome. :thumbsup: There are a lot of traction units and parts available on eBay.
Yep, too fast. All a blur, could not see any detail. :confused3:
:thumbsup: Good deal. Need more pictures. :D
I agree, 3:1 was a major pucker factor the first time I mowed it.
The hanging tow rope shows true vertical.
This side is 2:1 and the mower slides sideways downhill a lot....
This month I added a tractor canopy that I found on craigslist.
From last month, with R1 tires and a load of dead wood.
Pictures from 5-30-2014 with the 6' Recycler deck.
Should have updated this thread last year when I got this one.
2004 TORO Groundsmaster 328D, 4WD, 28hp Kubota diesel, 2151 hours.
Pictures from 5-14-2014.
Small stump, viewed from the seat in the V417.
Right, if done right, putting together causes no problems. But how many first timers now how to do it right.
The problems can happen if not put on correctly or the fitting has to be removed for...
Teflon tape is not recommended for hydraulic systems. :eek:
There are teflon paste sealants for use on NPT hydraulic fittings.
I agree on the length and leverage, narrow is good too.
Blue Diamond is one of the best.
I sure like mine. :thumbsup:
Thanks Rip, used it today. http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/owning-operating/118658-todays-seat-time-110.html#post4110184
This was my tractor at that time, no loader.
That is the same trailer in the background.
Moving the bale ring.
When is a brush fork a hay fork?
It is called Fixed Wireless Internet: Fixed Wireless Internet In the United States at a Glance
Fixed wireless - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yep, I couldn't find anything either.
May have to do some machining and welding on a shaft adapter.
:thumbsup: Watching with interest.
I see a Farmall Cub in your profile, why not use it?
Posting the photo so that after the ad is gone, the thread will be understood.
This works to upload pictures from a computer, don't know about smart phones: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/photos/107314-photo-posting-how-3.html?highlight=#post3967120
I am enjoying your...
It looks like part of the handle will come of, but there is still a lot sticking out.
Evidently not, at least I haven't found one.
Many years ago I had a Hydraulink and it worked alright. I...
Now If we could just convince kennyd to make bolt on chain slots! :thumbsup: :laughing:
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Use the cat 1 row of dimensions
You might consider copying this style from: Combo Hitches - OMNI Mfg LLC
A loader on a Jeep is for real. :thumbsup:
Even a loader and a back hoe.
Check for Fixed Wireless Internet providers in your area. https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C1CHWA_enUS604US604&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=fixed+wireless+isp+for+Lebanon%2C+VA
I think the ones in your first post would work. You could put a piece of 1/4 wide by 2 inch long piece of steel across the belt, under the tester to see if the reading was different.
You need what I have been looking for, a ratcheting top link.
S.15297 Ratchet Link Assembly with Double Ball End (Cat. 1)
Never came up with a ratchet top link, but I put the box blade on a dolly, that makes it much easier to hook up to the 3 point hitch.
Or on a receiver hitch on the front of your truck. :D
From 10 years ago, when I had a tractor.
For those that can't build their own tree puller: Buckthorn Puller - Custom built Skid Steer attachments to fit almost any need you may have.
They make them for 3 point also.
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