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    Re: Screening bucet

    Yes it is an offset, it goes off Center so mutch taht you can stand a cuple og feet from the wall and comfortably dig parallell white the wall
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    Screening bucet

    Just a quick project to sort rocks and soil

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMZWLGW74Zw
  3. Re: MF 265 cav injection pump... top cap bolt. I can't be the only one to ever break

    First I would have explored whether there is something else that has the same Perkins AD3.236 engine, such as Claas Consul combine harvesters parked in the fence row some where.
    Another solution is...
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    Re: What is this Ford Tractor?

    Sounds like selecto speed gearbox, the granddaddy of all modern Powershift transmision
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    Re: Had an unwanted guest on a visit to night

    Dang, that has the potential to turn a nasty real fast:shocked:
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    Re: Had an unwanted guest on a visit to night

    About 1.5 hours by car and a large lake between me and the badger
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    Re: Had an unwanted guest on a visit to night

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnNPKzp2n-0
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    Had an unwanted guest on a visit to night

    Have had a badger that has destroyed the garden and stolen eggs and bothered the chickens lately.:thumbdown: Got finally caught it and drove the rascal somewhere it can not do any harm.:cool2:...
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    Re: 2016 Hay season started for me.

    Come a few inches of snow here yesterday so it's a while before I can think about making hay:smiley_aafz:
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    Re: Need to build CNC plasma cutting table.

    Check out the videos to Keit Fenner, he has a good setup

    Keith Fenner
    - YouTube
  11. Re: Antique tractors breaking ground. Plowing 20 acres in Alaska.

    Nice video, always liked the sound of the old 2syl JD:thumbsup:
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    Re: Cranky Posting - Cabin Fever?

    The Norwegian kind from folktales

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    Re: Lucky Wood Chipper Operator

    It would have been an experience you diddent came to forget easily:shocked:
  14. Thread: Old heritage

    by Tor Arne
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    Old heritage

    Loom from the 1700s that has been in the family for generations in use. There are no nails or screws in the construction, all joints are either locked with wooden nails or wedges.

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    Re: tractor repair

    Should not be very big difference between this and yours


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mqhVT7HEno
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    Re: TBN'ers We need to be nice!!!!

    I try my best to be polite, but since English is not my native language I run constantly the risk that something gets lost in translation. Experienced being called a complete idiot a couple of times...
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    Re: Removing PTO shaft Ford 2000

    Does not need to be suported when pulling out, might be a idea to get a pice of pipe that fits snugly on the spline when you put it back togeter sinse moste of the shaft is inside the tractor so you...
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    Re: Removing PTO shaft Ford 2000

    Do yourself a favor and set the lever to the pto in engaged position so the collar which engages the gear box does not fall down. Do not remember if it's like that on these but better safe than sorry
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    Re: onelonelyfarmer

    Have subscribed to him a few years, good hard working man with good ideas and entertaining videos.
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    Re: A quite different beast to tame

    Yes, ice on the ground and a few degrees above the melting point. Does not help that someone has stolen the chains to the wheels
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    A quite different beast to tame

    Material handler based on a Volvo EW210. Having had the pleasure of driving this in a little over a year. Working at a recycling station and rough sorting industrial waste.

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    Re: Can this be welded?

    Take Your angelgrinder and do a spark test to determine type of metal
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    My personal preferans on cast iron is silver solder, if cast steel 7018
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    Re: The Waggoner Ranch

    I have already asked the boss for a small pay rise so that I can participate in the bidding.:laughing:
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    Re: Got myself a new toy

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKpXKrc_LMg

    You know the internet connection sucks when you use more than 48 hours to upload a 10 minute video
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    Re: Got myself a new toy

    Will see if I can create a video of the machine one of the nearest days, It runs currently at a friend of mine and flattens a property he bought
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    Re: Hay bale proceser

    How about something like this? Two drums rotating against each other, the one with knives and the other with teeth to prevent the ball to rotate freely. It also sits a chain at the bottom to bring...
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    Re: anyone build a

    431363In my corner of the world you can buy them so cheap that it does not pay to make them yourself
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    Re: Equipment blooper thread

    Always fun to kill a camper or motorhome With a backhoe:laughing:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xq-l06h3qw
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    Re: Equipment blooper thread

    Hose rupture valve that fu*ed up
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    Equipment blooper thread

    We've all had some mishaps. Here is one I did a couple of days ago.:duh:
    Let's see what the rest of you have managed to do?:D

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    Re: Learned what happens when sand and water mix

    My boss did that with a JD 440 skidder
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    Re: I take delivery of an Avant 528 tomorrow

    They can be supplied with heated cabin, Snowblower is no problem.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXORucL3wEk
  33. Thread: mf 35 or 135

    by Tor Arne
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    Comparison Re: mf 35 or 135

    There is also a model of the 135 With 8F/2R no MP, and one With MP 16F/4R.
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    Re: Modified 2 wheeled tractors

    Is not quite sure which brand of two-wheeled tractor, but it has self-loading front wagon

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    Here is a home-made, created to bring elk home from the woods during hunting

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    Re: What does this lever do? 1953 Ferguson

    You might be the happy owner of a tractor With a creeper gear box
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    Re: Homemade Mower?

    It is something similar to the pel-job dumper? Then it should not be impossible to create something that works. If one has an angle grinder, welder and a little imagination then everything is possible
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    Re: Homemade Mower?

    Have toyed with the idea myself, engine and a hydrostatic drivetrain of a comine and a front-mounted disc mower. Or better yet, a butterfly mower with the middle mower right in front of the front...
  38. Thread: Help,,

    by Tor Arne
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Help,,

    On these tractors sits the hydraulic pump on the shaft for the the PTO. Therefore the PTO must be engaged and rotate to get oil pressure. Button on T-boom must be pressed simultaneously as one pushes...
  39. Thread: Help,,

    by Tor Arne
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Help,,

    I take a try and guess that you have a T-boom between linkage and top link with 2 struts down to drawbar? If tractor is not converted at one time then it is the original solution. On T-boom should be...
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    Re: hello from Norway

    Hei fra en annen Normann
  41. Re: Fordson Major transmission bearing replacement. (Lots of pics!)

    I wish you good luck with the overhaul. The old majors are solid tractors that can do a good day's work yet. I have a Power Major which I plan to refurbish when I finish other projects. I have...
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    Re: Best Used Round Baler for Kubota M6060

    Whatever you buy used, so bring a crowbar and see if you can find any play in the bearings of the rollers as they realy are a pain in the A** to replase. Also be careful to check for cracks in the...
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    Canopy Re: So, what's your daytime job?

    It is a wheeled excavator that is modified so one can hoist the the cabin for better overview of the job when doing demolition and recycling of waste:thumbsup:
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    Canopy Re: So, what's your daytime job?

    And was told today that I have got a permanent job of running one of these, starting on Monday.
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    After 350-400 job applications over a 2 year period I finally got the opportunity of a...
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    Canopy Re: So, what's your daytime job?

    5 Years as a sawmill operator, 3 years in the logging, one year as a welder at full time with welding truck frames and 3 years as a self-employed doing all types of odd jobs
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    Re: Belaus Repower

    On many engines one can swap different house as what engine to be used for and the clutch disc can generally be used with the clutch of other vehicles if the diameter is roughly the same. thickness...
  47. Re: Bolens 944 articulating front mount mower arrived today !!!

    These were also sold under the name Stiga Park in my part of the world.
    Good catch wish I could find one of those that was sold Lombardini diesel
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    Re: Belaus Repower

    Put a Detoit diesel in it :thumbsup:
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    Re: 300 ton log spitter

    I might agree to 3 Tonn, 300 is slightly exaggerated
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    Re: Someone is stepping over the line.

    How about a couple of those to control who runs on your road?
    Pretty simple design that should be possible to make if you do not want to buy them.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SfFK3ydkGM
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    Re: What about BKT brand tires ?

    Have them on several tractors, good tires decent price. Slightly softer rubber than some other brands, you may find that they wear a little faster if you drive a lot on asphalt. Otherwise good...
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    Re: One wheel tractor

    Here is an old one called Alpina Export

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  53. Thread: SHEEP?

    by Tor Arne
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    Re: SHEEP?

    The sheep just need a dry place to shelter for rains and Wind and will do so by themself if they have the opportunity. I do not know how the climate is where you live, but I live near the Arctic...
  54. Thread: PTO speed

    by Tor Arne
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    Re: PTO speed

    Yes it should still be the same speed
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    Re: TBN is the place for good ideas

    Yes it looks dangerous and personally I would shielded it more, but the video showed how the principle works better than a machine with lots of covers on all sides:thumbsup:
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    Re: TBN is the place for good ideas

    Maybe something like this can work to what you are thinking about?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKWpROt0lqY
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    Re: Show What Tool You Made*

    Is a little unsure if it qualifies as a tool but it can certainly give someone a idea. Had a small project truing up a drum on a excavator, a piece of flat steel tacked to the machine to keep the...
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    Re: Show What Tool You Made*

    Is a little unsure if it qualifies as a tool but it can certainly give someone a idea. Had a small project truing up a drum on a excavator, a piece of flat steel tacked to the machine to keep the...
  59. Re: Who made the best diesel mowers 15 years ago?.

    Stiga made a Park model with a Lombardini diesel386373
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    Re: Improving your welding?

    [QUOTE=Sodo;3862787]In many European countries its illegal to weld on anything used on the highway. For example, this motorcycle footpeg repair would be illegal. The motorcycle frame would be a...
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    Re: Beaver problems.....

    Alfred Nobel invented a product that works wonders with beaver ponds:cool2:
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    Re: Got myself a new toy

    Digging new drainage ditches in fields, new drainage around the house, dig out the place I'll put up lean to shed to park tractors under, ditches along my road and everything else I should dig. Will...
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    Re: How to cut conveyor belt?

    Sandwich belt between two planks and cut in the middle of the plank with a circular saw or chain saw
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    Re: deutz 95 new ,no power on the road

    And air filter?
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    Got myself a new toy

    It is a is a 79` Hymas 82R has passed 7000h is very little slack to be that old of a machine. Built in Norway not too far away from where I live. It weighs 7600 kg and has the bulletproof Deutz...
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    Re: Why aren't there any PTO sawmills?

    If I remember correctly, there are about 1250 rpm on the pulley at 540 rpm on the PTO
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    Re: Why aren't there any PTO sawmills?

    Any of the old saws that were designed to run on a stationary motor or other power source can easily be converted to PTO by putting on a shaft with splines and pulley. My neighbor has an old home...
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    Re: win phone 8.1 problems? post them here

    [QUOTE=Soundguy;3852881]Just had win phone 8.1 upgrade download to the wifes nokia lumia 1520 running black, killed it deader than a doornail. QUOTE]

    The same thing happened with my PC. The one...
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    Re: Why aren't there any PTO sawmills?

    Kara makes sawmills that you power with a tractor

    KARA F2000 Mobil | Kallion konepaja Oy

    Laimet also makes a model

    Equipments, stationary sawmill
  70. Re: I'm admitting defeat---- Last time on this...........

    I have successfully used caustic soda to clean the cooling system of engines before. Mix roughly double dose of what is recommended on the box with water and run the engine warm, drain and flush...
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    Re: Norwegian farmer

    Velkommen fra en annen normann, det begynner å bli noen av oss her nå :)
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    The future is exciting

    Three years ago I bought a Wolagri baler and bale wraper and made ​​a few modifications to them, I also made a clamp to move the hay bales with since there was notthing in the right size on the...
  73. Thread: It is alive!

    by Tor Arne
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    It is alive!

    For the first time in over 10 years it goes. When I bought it, it was a rust heap that engine was rusted solid. Previous owner had repaired the crankshaft even with file and sandpaper. working on it...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    A lot of flywheel effect, I'd install a check valve between the hoses to the engine so it can freewheel down to stop.
  75. Re: IH B275/B414/354/364/384/424/444/2424/2444 workshop manual

    Thanks for the link, has a B275 which has been on the farm since the early 70's. It is one of the best tractors I've seen from that era, 7000t the hour counter and still starts on the first stroke....
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    A friend of mine works in the woods running...

    A friend of mine works in the woods running forestry equipment. He needed a tool to turn the pin in the locks of the chains on the machine, so here's what I come up With

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    Re: Seldom do I plug a product.

    Nice tool:thumbsup:

    If the bearings should be replaced it has happened that I've taken a bit of threaded rod and welded to the inner ring and used a slide hammer
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    Re: Cut down a tree

    I have several saws from Husqvarna that has been used as pro saws for years in logging and they are still as good as the day they were purchased, with basic maintenance and very little else. Oldest...
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    Re: Cut down a tree

    Felled it pretty much as you suggested. Wire was attached slightly above the lower branches when it was so high we came withe a ladder.


    Was one who wanted slabs of the log to make small tables...
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    Re: Tractor falls through suspension bridge

    I'm guessing that the driver needed a new pair of underpants after that experience :eek:
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    Re: Cut down a tree

    Thanks
    The tree is a birch tree and it had rot in the center, where I cut it there was a hole 6 "in the middle and it went a channel all the way up to the top that was rotten. Another reason for the...
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    Re: Anyone use a Power Inverter on your tractor?

    I have a 1000w 220v inverter in the tractor that I use to power a grinder for saw chains, and other little things around the farm where I do not bother to drag with me a power generator
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    Cut down a tree

    Had a small job the other day to cut down a tree that was getting rotten, tree is secured with wire to tractor. Sorry that the video is a little shaky, the owner of the house was a little nervous...
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    Re: My AEBI AM10 project

    Send friction plates to these folks, they will add a new coating
    Forside - Christoffersen & Bekken

    Good luck with your project
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    Re: Improving your welding?

    If it is thicker than 5mm I use a stick welder 220V 20A. thinner than 5mm I use a mig welder 220 16A 3Ph. It's not often I work with metal that is thinner than 5 mm.
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    Re: Broke a Tap while Threading new hole

    If the hole goes through the part you are working With? It has happened that I have been using a punch and beaten the tap out. Since it is mild steel that can weld the hole and start over or drill up...
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    Re: Front axle swap

    Yes you are right 2254 Volvo with 4WD. same front axle was also on some IH models. The problem comes when Volvo and IH tried to use a front axle designed for a tractor around 40 hp on a tractor...
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    Re: Front axle swap

    The axle can still pivot. We took the center portion of the old axle and welded the top of the new in order to adjust the height
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    Various tractor implements I made

    Here are some tractor implements I have built

    I got hold of an old Sandvik 3000 winch that was designed to screw directly onto the tractor. Since I do not have the opportunity to do so on the...
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    Front axle swap

    A friend of mine has a tractor front axle breaks on all the time. He came to me wondering if I could help him adapt a different front axle to put on the tractor so he could use the tractorwithout him...
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    Re: welding table top what thickness needed /

    I made my welding table of what I found at home, it resulted in plate was 4x3 feet and 3 inches thick. Not very concerned that it will bend :D
  92. Re: Please Help identify this International Harvester Tractor

    If it has Kimco front axle do not think of putting a front loader on the tractor. I had a tractor with Kimco axle and have never encountered weaker hubs on anything I have driven, had to jack up and...
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    Re: Air Rifle vs 22 Rim Fire Rifle?

    I have a Hatsan mod 70 that I use. It is fitted with a Aspect 3x9 telescopic sight and CZ rifle mounting, the assembly intended for general air gun does not withstand the recoil this air rifle...
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    Re: What's your most hated weed?

    Horse acid or høymole is well-known two names of this plant that I struggle with. up to 9000 seeds on each plant and each of the seeds can survive 50 years in the Field

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  95. Re: Anybody ever used their wire feeder as an improvised 3-d printer?

    Something like this?

    http://youtu.be/p9vTCra47PE
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    Re: My AEBI AM10 project

    put it in a container with brake fluid and leave it for a while, it use to take off some goo
  97. Thread: Hand Clutch

    by Tor Arne
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    Re: Hand Clutch

    Get hold of as many push buttons as you have gear levers and mount one on each. Connect switches in parallel. You now have two choices either you can go for air operated or hydraulic operated pedal...
  98. Thread: Hand Clutch

    by Tor Arne
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    Re: Hand Clutch

    Do a search on Trima TCC clutch, they provide a solution to tractors which you operate the clutch with a push button
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    Re: Crawler Conversions

    If you go for half-track solution so consider hydraulic lift, it increases ability to negotiate obstacles significantly when you can use the the bogie to lift the front wheel over obstacles. My...
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    Re: Removing a tree from power lines

    They used dynamite to cut the tree into short enough lengths that they got it down from the power supply line
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