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    TYM LT200 FEL, Hydraulic Fittings Type

    jigs, I've got the LT200 on my 273; I bought my diverter valve from Kens bolt-on hooks and it works just fine. Was pretty much a plug-n-play install. I have 1/4" rubber lines running to the bucket end and have perfect speed and control. I found that ISO 7241 series "A" "poppet style" quick...
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    Have trailer prices started to drop in your area?

    Ultrarunner, If you don't find a need or use for that trailer - I sure can/could and would buy it from you if you want to move it along. Greg
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    Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Hunt, I bought a GreenWorks Pro 80V a while back and - after reading your statement - I just went to the garage and looked; it's been sitting on the cardboard box it came in since I last used it and it was left with oil in the tank. No mess on the box at all. I don't know if it's gravity oil...
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    TYM and Jordans Tractor Shout-out

    TractorTYMe, Thanks for that information/flyer! I didn't know they were moving anywhere. Luckily, I don't at the moment need any parts - but now I know not to bother them until after August! Appreciate the notice! Greg
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    Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    LD, Yes that thought was/is in my mind; can never tell when HF is going to drop an item. But they were well stocked on Bauer tools and had multiples of batteries available. I'm going to run this for a while and if it seems to hold up well I'll add several batteries to the collection...
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    Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    I recently was at Harbor Freight and picked up several items. The one I'm most impressed with is the Bauer battery powered hedge trimmer. It's light, strong and no more electric cords to constantly worry about snipping! It's tool only, so I had to also buy a battery (got the 6.5 hr...
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    Rotary Cutter - Gear Box Lubrication?

    Thanks for that great advice! I suspected it just needed enough to cover the gears, but was confused as how to tell when it had enough; if'n I was pumping it in via a grease gun. I never thought about the simple answer of pulling off the top of box - and that in itself looks easy to do. Then...
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    Rotary Cutter - Gear Box Lubrication?

    Sawyer Rob, How do you tell just how much grease to put in? Since it won't bleed out of the - "full level" - hole? How many tubes of corn head grease is advised? Just pack it in to the top of the gearbox? Does grease not matter if the box is over-full? Thanks.
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    Kubota catastrophic engine failures

    Good question ultrarunner, I'm interested in the actual answer also! I'm willing to bet that you already nailed the answer though!
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    kioti running hot

    Well that makes sense. Thanks. A reversing fan would be a great option to have, now that I think deeply on it. But I'll just stick with the way I've been doing it for years now - as it seems to work. I blow mine out every time I put it away in the garage and then sometimes again before I...
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    Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    5030, Thanks for that info on the clear barrels! Now I can look them up and see if they'll be of use for me. Although I do use cartridges so probably not. I now know exactly what you were talking about though. Thanks
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    Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    BravoXray, Yes after you mentioned it - I thought of checking the plunger level! I just don't think of it when I grab the gun to get the greasing procedure over and done with! I've got to slow down some and not be so rushed all the time I reckon. Thanks for the "simple" reminder to a...
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    kioti running hot

    ptsg, I do know that dust blows from both sides, and I stated that I do blow from both sides, just that I can get "complete" coverage of the radiator from the front versus the fan side. It probably means nothing in the big vein - I just wondered by it's been stated "often" on TBN to blow from...
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    kioti running hot

    5030, I've got to ask "why" is it so important to blow out radiator from the fan side? I've seen that stated many times on TBN but with zero being said as to the why! I blow mine from both sides - but from the front I am able to completely cover the entire radiator - where as from fan side...
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    Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    5030, Can you explain a bit more about those Poly Carobnate barrels? I've never heard of a clear barrel on a grease gun but it'd sure help letting me know when I'm almost out of grease in it!! I've got an HF pneumatic grease gun that works just fine but I never know when I need to change the...
 
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