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  1. the old grind

    Identify 1 cyl garden tractor with sickle bar & reel mowers, chain drive

    Engine in this guy is a Wisconsin single. I'm guessing it's 8 or 10 HP despite attachments. Belt drive to the transmission is on the left, & chain drive to the rears on the right under guards. Included are front blade and 'long-arm' mount, reel mower, and side-mount sickle bar. All look to be...
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    Avatar Pic Fix for new format

    When we got a new layout for TBN a lot of avatars went haywire. I just deleted mine and uploaded the pic to my profile again. It all fits into the little square like old times.
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    Identify/replace drive rolls w/integral gears, Miller CP-200 MIG welder

    Google is not being our friend. Searching for drive rolls for our older Miller 'constant potential' welders shows several style rolls for Miller wire feeders, but we're coming up empty-handed on this one. We have no part number or other guide to what to ask for. It seems the welder was set...
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    "List Terramite part substitutions here.."

    It's May, 2019 and Terramite owners currently have a 'non-affiliated' website to find parts while the parent company is in continuous reorganization. We've seen a few posts about substituting auto parts, but since some of us aren't adept at linking other posts there's no one place yet to share...
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    Which DPF cleaning additives use CeO2 or platinum FBCs .. ??

    I'm trying to research a 'best DPF cleaning additive' and typing such into a search bar gets only the dry technological reports or mfgrs' bloated ad hyperbole. Most companies don't say much about whether ferric oxide, cerium oxide or platinum are what's active in their product/info. CeO2 seems...
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    Shallow well pump performance?

    I'm not happy with the flow & pressure of my shallow well and pump. Where I notice the loss of flow and pressure is when hosing off a tractor or when filling the Maytag. I'm always good until the bladder tank is empty, and then flow slows to a trickle (my terms). Showering is not a problem, as...
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    Subscribe without posting, ... preserve subscriptions ...

    Two things on my mind regarding site use/access: 1) Often times I want to subscribe to a post that has already included what I would have suggested, or just to see how a situation played out without bulking it up with attaboys. Here's what I discovered by accident: I posted, then completely...
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    Fix that double post? Act quickly!

    Well, it happened again. I spent my five minutes typing a post and another 15 or 20 editing it to make sense, and when I clicked 'post quick reply' it took an awfully long time for the system to post it ... twice. (Not so quick, eh?) Of course, sometimes the 'back' button tricks one into...
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    Confronting another tresspasser. Step 1 went ok

    New neighbors (kids on quads & dirt bikes making their own track :eek:) have helped themselves to 20ac in our nabe, just across the road. This included part of an adjacent 20 whose owner recently passed away and [email protected]#%-ed us as guardians of the first 20 when anyone even approached his line. We...
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    JD 5210 Which QA male fitting(?) for FEL and system purge ...

    I'm mounting an Allied 495 loader to my SUT, have sorted out most of the bits to plumb it up, and just one of them has me hangin'. First, JD 5210 has factory joystick and rear SCVs for loader, with float and regen accordingly. I've opted for the JD controls vs tapping the Allied's stick into the...
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    JD 5210 valve lash & injector service/testing

    My 'mad toy' this year is a '99 JD 5210 2WD that's in pretty good shape o'all but runs a bit lumpy to my ear. It's my fourth 3 cyl (not counting the old crane's GMC 3-53) and doesn't seem to be running evenly on all 3. Not horrible or scary, just not as smooth as I'm used to. :confused: Meter...
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    Hi from the Saginaw Valley

    I've been here a few months now and finally got over my shyness to introduce myself. This site is just awesome and draws my attention from the machining & reloading forums, tho' I'll keep an eye out for topics that relate to those other interests. I'm 6yrs retired with 40+ yrs experience...
 
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