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    Re: Moving a big, loaed tire out of the way

    When I was restoring my 1951 Minneapolis Moline BF tractor, I used my Harbor Freight gantry crane to handle removal and reinstallation of the rear wheels (38" diameter). Saved a lot of time and also...
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    Re: Hello from Northern California

    Welcome to TBN. Enjoy the fun:thumbsup:
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    Re: Haying with compact tractor

    You can find small balers for $1-2K if you shop around.

    Mine was a Massey Ferguson 124 (two twine, small squares) that I bought for $2K. The previous owner had used it the previous day to bale a...
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    Re: Friction Welding

    Friction stir welding was introduced in the mid 1990s in the aerospace industry and is now the go-to welding method for aluminum alloy propellant tanks for modern launch vehicles like the SpaceX...
  5. Thread: Cougar

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    Re: Cougar

    Cougars show up occasionally here in the Sacramento area and throughout Northern CA. They generally follow the American River from the Sierra foothills East of Sac. There's a nice hike/bike trail...
  6. Thread: Blood Pressure

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    Re: Blood Pressure

    Been on Lisinopril for 20 years. BP has always been on the high side.
    When I owned my ranch (2004-2015), most of the work there was upper body exercise. Not much lower body work. Not much cardio....
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    Re: Should I try to hay my land?

    I grew oat hay on 7 acres (mostly flat with a gently swale on the South side of the field). No irrigation Didn't make anything on it (gave the hay away). It was just a hobby. Stopped planting in 2012...
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    Re: Need to Plow Land for Planting

    Rototill strips with grass or other ground cover between the plowed strips.

    Fortunately you have the correct tractor for rototilling, namely a tractor with a hydrostatic transmission. This setup...
  9. Tractor Sizing Re: Tractor Recommendation - 10 acres, mountains, VERY steep driveway

    Select the 4WD tractor that meets your size, horsepower and price requirements.
    Then remove the wheels and replace them with tracks. This will give you a lot safer setup for work on your steep...
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    Mowing Re: Clearing the radiator of debris

    Never had a radiator clogging problem with my 2008 Mahindra 5525.

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    The radiator itself is enclosed by the hood on top, the battery tray structure on the bottom, and the nose of the...
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    Re: Welding/brazing cast iron

    I used Super Missile rod (1/8" diameter, DC positive, 100-120 amps) and my Hobart Stickmate LX AC/DC stick welder to weld a flange that had broken off completely on my 1948 Farmall Cub tractor.
    ...
  12. Re: Which lawn mower should I get? About 1 acre, slightly bumpy, barren patches

    For 1 acre get a cheap mower. Mine was a 2005 Huskee from Tractor Supply (18 hp B&S engine, 42" wide deck, $900).
    I used it around my 10 acre place for 10 years and then sold it to the new owner for...
  13. Thread: California

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    Re: California

    That different state will be called "The State of Jefferson" if the CA secessionists have their way. Not holding my breath since those folks have been at it for 100 years or so.

    I had a nice 10...
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    Re: New member from Missouri

    Welcome to TBN. Enjoy the fun:)
    Spent a lot of time in St. Charles. My office was in the old ACF facility down by the river.
    Enjoy your new vintage tractor.

    Good luck
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    Re: Smooth or notched cultipacker wheels?

    You need both. Alternate the smooth and notched wheels. That way you keep damp soil from clogging the V's formed by the smooth wheels.

    Here's my 10-ft wide cultipacker which is set up that way.
    ...
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    Re: 3000 gasser pours gas out of carb

    Ditto :thumbsup:
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    Re: Too much work for a compact tractor?

    My 2005 Kubota B7510HST was very prone to overheat if the radiator air passages were more than about half clogged with debris when brush hogging my 7 acre place. An easy thing to check and fix if...
  18. Thread: California

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    Re: California

    Probably to keep the state and county prisons from overflowing. The Gov was ordered a few years ago by the federal court to reduce the CA prison population by 50,000 inmates or so (overcrowding).
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    Re: transmission oil for MF 135

    I used any universal tractor hydraulic/transmission oil that satisfied the John Deere 303 specification in my 1964 MF135 diesel. My guess is that you can find several products in the UK that satisfy...
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    Re: Worlds Favorite Used Tractor

    Me too.
    Mine was a 1964 MF135 diesel with Multipower. Had a lot of fun restoring and using that tractor the nine years I owned it.

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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Set the wheel track was wide as possible and get the center of gravity as low as possible for maximum stability on slopes.

    Here's a few photos of my 1964 MF135 diesel that's been modified to squat...
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    Re: Ford finally came to their senses

    A nice looking vehicle. But hardly a work truck. Looks more like a 4-door sedan with a little bitty truck bed stuck on the rear. OK for grocery hauling. I think my '96 Ranger had a larger bed.
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    Re: Why isnt my drum mower giving a clean cut?

    Assuming the blades and belts are OK, I'd suspect it has something to do with not holding pto rpm constant while you mow in straight lines. Do you drive with the foot throttle or with the hand...
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    Re: My father's day gift.

    Wow--a multifunction welder with a Perkins diesel for only $15K.
    At your labor rate ($100/hr?) you should have it paid off in less than a month :laughing:

    IIRC you don't think much of...
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    Re: RedMax Trimmer's Anyone?

    In 2013 I replaced my worn out Tanaka trimmer with a RedMax regular torque commercial trimmer with straight solid drive shaft. Forgot the model number.

    Used it on my ranch (1/4 mile fenceline, 1/4...
  26. Thread: California

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    Re: California

    Yep. Here in Sacramento brown is the new green.
    Homeowners are slowly replacing water-guzzling grass lawns with xeriscape designs. Most of them look a lot better than lawns, IMHO.
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    Re: About To Drill Well - Have Some Questions

    Price looks OK.
    In May 2005 I paid $5500 for a well with 6" bore to 154 ft depth. It blew out at over 100 gpm.
    My pressure tank was larger (28 gallon).
    Franklin pump 220 volts, 1.5 hp. Produced...
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    Re: Tractor Delivered today!

    Real good looking tractor.
    Have fun and be careful out there.
  29. Thread: 3 sided shed

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    Re: 3 sided shed

    Just make a doubled 2x8 nail lam/gluelam for your rafters to handle the snow load.

    Here's my 3-sided shed that I built about 8 years ago. It's 28 ft wide (two 14-ft bays), 20 ft deep, 10 ft high...
  30. Thread: California

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    Re: California

    Moved to CA from MO 26 years ago.
    Love every minute here. Not the slightest urge to return East.
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    Re: mott flail mower knife conversion

    My Value Line flail uses hex head bolts and lock nuts to fasten the knives to the drum. Seems to work reliably.

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    Good luck
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    Re: 1938 Minneapolis-Moline sells for $200,000

    Those UDLX's are pretty rare and highly sought after. I've seen them sell in the $10K range. This one must be very special to go at $200K.
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    Re: Farmall sickle bar mower

    The cutter bar on my Massey Ferguson 31 sicklebar was severely bent on the outboard end and had to be replaced.
    I found the correct size steel bar at my supplier and just bit the bullet and drilled...
  34. Re: Rusted nut wont budge - 48" rotary mower blade

    What do you mean-loose? Those two blades are supposed to swing back and forth. The only reasons for removing a blade is if the blade is severely bent, or broken, or if the cutting edge on the end of...
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    Re: Stick welding with a MIG

    Check out the ESAB Rebel.
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    Re: First year hay field management and thistle

    If the weeds stand taller than the good stuff, you can use a wick applicator (aka weed wiper) to apply your favorite herbicide.

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    Here's what I rigged up on the FEL of my...
  37. Re: My wife painted my tractor with a BRUSH now what

    Nice looking dozer

    Buy her a good grit blaster and a professional spray paint rig and set her up in business:cool:

    Good luck
  38. Re: What should I look for in a used sickle bar mower

    I'd look for a belt-drive sicklebar. Mine was a 7-ft Massey Ferguson 31. Paid $600 at auction and put another $200 in parts to restore it to working condition.

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    You may get lucky and find...
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    Re: Is it time for a gasoline engine tractor?

    The laws of physics that are relevant to automotive technology are alive and well and don't change. What changes are the operating requirements for automotive engines and transmissions (improved...
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    Re: Which brand central air unit to buy?

    The 4-ton Trane A/C with piston compressor came with a 5-year warranty on the compressor. Installed in May 2006 and lasted 9 seasons.
    Replaced it in July 2014 with a Ruud 4-ton unit that has a...
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    Re: Quick & Dirty Drag

    Nice, simple drag:thumbsup: If it works, don't fix it.

    Good luck
  42. Loader Re: Restoration shop and project tractor, including high power starter for Ford 3 cyl

    Very nice shop. I like the red iron frame. Floor dimensions?
    Looks more like a business setup than a hobby shop.
    What restoration projects are on your schedule?

    Good luck
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    Re: Which Models are Built by Mahindra vs TYM?

    This website has the info you're asking

    TractorData.com - information on all makes and models of tractors

    Click into the Mahindra section.

    For example, my 2008 Mahindra 5525 was made in...
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    Re: Tractors 101 - where to learn

    My ranch was a 10-acre spread, flat, perfectly square fence lines. Bought it in Jan 2005.

    My first tractor was a new 2005 Kubota B7510 HST (21 hp engine, 17 hp pto, 4WD, hydrostatic transmission,...
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    Re: Hello from NE California

    Welcome to TBN. Join the fun.
    Been to Susanville once in my life. Bought a nice 1951 Farmall Super A tractor from a seller south of town.
    Enjoy your new tractor.

    Good luck
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    Re: Memorial Day is for Flagpoles

    Here's the flagpole that my brother and I installed at my ranch in Tehama County (June 2008). He was visiting and wanted to do a project together.

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    He bought the 25 ft telescoping...
  47. Re: Building new home. Question for contractors / home builders about foundation / s

    Here's how my concrete contractor poured a 24x42 ft x 6" thick slab for my shop in June 2005.

    4000 psi concrete, 6" thick #4 rebar on 18" centers, 10 mil thick Visqueen plastic barrier under the...
  48. Thread: Hay field care

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    Re: Hay field care

    +1:thumbsup:

    You need to identify the weed species in your hayfield to determine the best herbicide(s) to use.

    Alternatively, you could mow the field to 3" height, use a broad spectrum...
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    Re: B-414 engine problem

    Gas or diesel?
    Check the fuel system for clogged filters, loose connections.

    Good luck
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    Re: Price Check Brillion Cultipacker

    I paid $600 for this 10-ft wide cultipacker about 9 years ago. Pulled it with my 2008 Mahindra 5525.

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    Your tractor's 3pt can handle 2200 lb so it should be able to lift that...
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    Re: Small Pull behind hay conditioner

    Nice. You did good.:thumbsup:
  52. Re: I CAN see while welding !!!!!!! Try this helmet !!!!

    I use both a Hobart Stickmate LX AC/DC welder and a Hobart Handler 140.
    My helmet is a $60 autodarkening unit from Northern Tool set at 10 or 11 on the shading control.
    I wear a pair of yellow...
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    Use your disc and put it at its most aggressive...

    Use your disc and put it at its most aggressive setting. Chain a drag to the disc to bust up the clods. Could use old tires and rims chained together. Or a piece of chain link fence with some weight...
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    Re: A Good Cover for a JD 8000 Grain Drill

    Cheap plastic tarps will degrade quickly from solar ultraviolet.
    I had some left over rubber sheet from the liner for my koi pond. Used that to cover my restored Minneapolis-Moline P3-6 drill (10 ft...
  55. Re: Disc's not breaking up the thick rooted swamp grass -- Tiller needed ?

    What kind of disc? Tandem (4 axles in an X configuration) or offset (2 axles in a V configuration)?
    Offset discs are used for primary tillage and generally are pull-type.
    Set the disc for the most...
  56. Re: tractor size for 600 acres? 1 tractor or 2? cab?

    The first job you need to do is lay out a detailed 5-year plan for your 600 acre spread that includes all the projects you intend to tackle. Then you can think logically about your tractor needs.
    ...
  57. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    Scored 65%. Thought I knew more about climate change. Need to put more time in my studies.

    My take on this is pretty simple. The atmosphere is a heat engine. Add more heat (=energy) to that engine...
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    Re: Minimum 2 bay shop size

    My 2-bay shop was 24 x 42 ft metal building, 12 ft walls, two 10x10 ft rollup doors, 1 man door, 1 window. Concrete floor 6" thick, 4000 psi concrete, #4 rebar on 18" centers. Building cost $16K,...
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    Re: Mahindra Red Carpet dealer list

    Thanks, Dave. TBN is second on my watch list every morning, after checking the overnight email. Still have a good case of tractoritis, but have to watch from the sidelines now.
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    Re: Central Texas Olive Ranch / Wedding Venue

    Yep. That's what happens when you do it that way. I was thinking about one-piece flexible poly pipe instead of rigid sections.

    The well on my former ranch in Tehama County is 154 feet deep. The...
  61. Re: What to use behind my grain drill to cover seeds?

    Thanks.

    I sold the working drill in Dec 2014 to a neighbor (a tractor dealer) who uses it in his hayfield. His young boys are deep into vintage tractors and farm equipment.

    One guy looked at...
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    Re: 250' water line: got some questions

    House water line is about 200 ft long. Installed July 2005
    1-1/4 inch schedule 40 PVC pipe, joints facing downstream
    No frost problem in the North Sacramento Valley (Tehama County)
    Trench: 18"...
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    Re: Mahindra Red Carpet dealer list

    Yep, Yuba it is. Don't get over there much at all. Spent a lot more time in Yolo over the years.
  64. Re: What to use behind my grain drill to cover seeds?

    Correct. One of them had a pair of trip clutches to raise and lower the openers when making turns. Pull the rope and the openers are lowered into the ground. Pull it again and they are returned to...
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    Re: Mahindra Red Carpet dealer list

    Hi Dave. Thanks for the personal history. Glad to be one of your customers. I'll stop in next time I'm in Red Bluff. Want to check out that new Walmart Superstore that's opening there (after nearly...
  66. Re: Property out of town - Haul your tractor, or build storage - opinions?

    Nothing will deter a determined thief from getting your tractor. All he needs is a battery-powered angle grinder with a handful of cutoff blades to saw through anything in his way.

    Use your...
  67. Re: What to use behind my grain drill to cover seeds?

    Thanks.

    I bought two of those drills in 2007 from a neighbor for $275. They were in rough shape. Use parts from both to make one working drill. The other drill is a lawn ornament. Added the...
  68. Re: What to use behind my grain drill to cover seeds?

    I would have used my 1964 MF135 diesel, but it doesn't have the rear hydraulics for the drill.
    My 1951 Minneapolis Moline BF was in parts when those photos were taken.
    So I just used what I had...
  69. Re: What to use behind my grain drill to cover seeds?

    I use drag chains from these guys on my old, restored Minneapolis Moline P3-6 grain drill

    http://farmpartsonline.com/grain-drill/grain-drill-drag-chains/

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    These...
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    Re: LA is "stealing" water again!

    Correct. Water from the Carlsbad, CA desalination plant will cost upwards of $2000 per acre foot.
    Irrigation water from the Sacramento River cost $41 per acre foot prior to March 2014. Next month it...
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    Re: Central Texas Olive Ranch / Wedding Venue

    Nice looking shed. With the tall sides you should be able to pull the pump out of the well for servicing or replacement without having to take off the roof.

    Good luck
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    Re: Mahindra 5555 or 2555

    I've owned both brands--a 2008 Mahindra 5525 and a 1964 MF135 diesel with multipower. The 5525 is a simple, heavy tractor with a partially synchronized tranny, made in India, and no clean diesel...
  73. Thread: MF 165 Value

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    Re: MF 165 Value

    Negotiate. That's a lot of hours, even on a Perkins. Offer $3.5K and see what happens. I paid $3600 for a 1964 MF135 diesel with multipower in 2006 showing 4600 hours. I wouldn't pay more than $4500...
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    Re: Multi Axis Drawbar?

    I rigged up a pintle hitch to pull my 8-ft wide wheel disc with the Mahindra 5525 tractor.

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    Works fine.
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    Re: A reliable used lawn or garden tractor?

    I bought a 1973 Bolens GT1453 about 7 years ago off Craigslist for $600. Included a 48" 3-blade mid-deck mower, a 34" wide rototiller.

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    It was powered by a 14 hp Tecumseh 1...
  76. Re: guinea hens do you have any tell me what you think

    My neighbor keeps them. At times they are noisy pests. Otherwise, I don't bother them and they don't bother me. They can fly pretty well. They take care of snakes and such like.

    While weed...
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    Re: Pulled the trigger on an old baler

    Nice baler.
    Check the slip clutch for wear. My Massey Ferguson 124 bale (2 twine, small squares) needed clutch linings replaced.
    There should be an overrunning clutch or sprag clutch somewhere in...
  78. Re: Driveway install - Short site lines. Need alternatives to improve safety.

    10 ft wide is the minimum in Tehama County. So I went with 20 ft wide to mate with the 20 ft wide x 36 ft long carport at the end of the driveway.

    Here's my driveway.

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    Good luck
  79. Re: MF 135 - Two Stage Clutch... More like a NO STAGE CLUTCH

    Be aware that the oil pan is part of the main structure of the 135 chassis. It's darn heavy. So have the necessary jacks available.

    Good luck
  80. Re: Driveway install - Short site lines. Need alternatives to improve safety.

    Driveway sight lines are an important issue. There are others such as these that I had to follow when I had my 20 ft wide x 330 ft long gravel driveway installed at my former ranch in Tehama County,...
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    Re: Clueless about tractors

    Before you really overthink this, head for a few dealers and get some seat time behind the wheel of several SCUTs. Discuss your wants and needs with the sales person. Check out the service and parts...
  82. Re: MF 135 - Two Stage Clutch... More like a NO STAGE CLUTCH

    Yep. Once you start finding parts at the bottom of the clutch housing, then you have a tractor splitting job in your future.

    Good luck
  83. Mowing Re: Nervous about mowing this hill with my new BX1870

    Good demo showing how quickly a tractor can roll on an "easy" slope when the up-hill front tire hits a small bump. The only way to mitigate this problem is low center of gravity and wide wheel...
  84. Re: Cleaning Transmission Oil Strainer on Mahindra 4025

    I think you missed something in that on-line service information.

    For my 2008 Mahindra 5525, at 50 hours you have to drain the tranny/hydraulic fluid, clean that screen, clean the drain plugs, and...
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    Re: Buttercup infestation in wheat and oats

    Doesn't look like a weed wiper will work since buttercup isn't tall enough compared to your hay crop.
    My problem weeds were fiddleneck and foxtail which could be handled by wiping. However, you do...
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    Re: Kosch Sickle Bar Mower

    Nope. But post a few photos so we can help.
  87. Re: using Glyphosate killing weeds before preparing soil; vegetable garden ??

    They're called wick/rope applications or weed wipers. Here's mine.

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    The modules are 5-ft wide and cost about $100 each. A pretty simple system to rig up. I used mine to...
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    Re: California permit for a pole barn

    Building code enforcement in CA is the responsibility of the county, not the state.

    There's nothing special about a pole barn. For all structures larger than 120 sq ft, you need to file a plot...
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    Re: Should have listened better

    Make that a Kubota B7510HST.
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    Re: Should have listened better

    Actually, you violated the prime directive in tractor purchasing--drive before buy.

    Can't believe anyone would drop $55K on a machine without at least 30 minutes of seat time before purchase,...
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    Re: No Clue how to Weld

    Get yourself a stick welder (mine is a Hobart Stickmate AC/DC welder, 220 VAC, $500 at Tractor Supply). 220 VAC is preferred over a 120 VAC unit.

    Get 5 pound boxes of 6011, 7014, 7018 and 7024...
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    Re: Worried about wasps and bees

    Long pants, long sleeve shirt, beekeeper helmet with netting. And don't forget to carry your epinephrine pen if you are concerned about anaphylaxis problems if you're stung.

    Good luck
  93. Re: "Can We Guess Your Highest Education Level?" TEST

    I managed 24 out of 25 correct and then that POS website froze while trying to splash all the advertising onto that page, even though I have 100 MB/sec service.

    IMHO, based on my score, I'm a...
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    Re: Wire Baler VS Twine Pros/Cons

    I don't doubt you for a minute. But the problem is the perception that horse owners have regarding wire debris in wire-tied bales. They won't take chances when it comes to the health and safety of...
  95. Re: using Glyphosate killing weeds before preparing soil; vegetable garden ??

    What you're planning to do is called a "burndown" by folks who plant crops using no-till drills.

    Google "no till drill glyphosate burndown" to get more info.

    Good luck
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    Re: New to Texas and Farming

    Welcome to TBN. Join the fun.

    Your setup is pretty much like I had at my former ranch: 10 acres (square parcel, 660 ft per side), 1800 sf house (3BR, 2BA), 1100 sf metal shop with 6" thick floor...
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    Re: Wire Baler VS Twine Pros/Cons

    Worked fine. I bought it from the previous owner right out of the field. He had used it the previous day to bale part of his 30 acre field. Like any old baler, you need to keep after it to keep it in...
  98. Mowing Re: Nervous about mowing this hill with my new BX1870

    You should be OK. The front axle height is 9" and the front tread width is 34.6".
    34.6/9=3.84. You want this ratio about 4 or larger for stability. Your 1870 is close enough.

    Get the center of...
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    Re: Wire Baler VS Twine Pros/Cons

    I ran a Massey Ferguson 124 bailer (small squares, two twine) with my Mahindra 5525 (55 hp engine, 45 hp pto). The operator manual says the minimum hp for the 124 is 33 hp (pto).

    Balers this...
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    Re: Need help with sickle

    Check the bar that carries the sickle sections. It looks like it might be bent on the end. That bar on my Massey Ferguson 31 sicklebar was so bent that I had to replace it. Got a piece of steel bar...
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