12_Guy

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  1. Geez Runner, Me thinks that there are some pieces that have not come back to Earth yet! Very cool. Be safe.
  2. This link was shared with me a couple of weeks ago. Thought I would pass it along. The B414 is listed. http://www.cngco.com/wiring_diagrams.html
  3. IMHO calling this guy a POS is an insult to manure everywhere!! At least manure has a job and when properly applied will do that job. This guy will never be anything but a drain on society.
  4. BJ Thanks for the offer, I have it as a PDF now. I don't know if you have any other ideas. I use chrome.
  5. I believe it was the inner axle bearing but I could be wrong. I have never seen this be a problem only heard about it. I recall only once seeing an M welded up. I seem to recall an article in RPM years ago about these failures. I think it recommended replacement bearing numbers.
  6. Thanks so much. I thought that they had information like that on their website. I just could not find it. Thanks again for the link. Now if I could figure out how to save it for future use....
  7. Ordered just not here yet
  8. Hi fellas, I bought a 504 recently and it needs some help. I know that this has been discussed before but I can't seem to find diagrams online. I have found many posts and threads, some with links to other sites, but cannot find anything that works or is correct. I have been on Caseih, Messics, CnG, Yesterdays Tractors, etc but I am not getting there. Can someone please post a link, diagram, or help me figure out how to search successfully?? Thanks in advance. Mark
  9. I'm not sure if he is lurking on here. His number is 1-715-726-1942. Sorry I didn't have it with me. Easy google search.
  10. Mike Becker aka "The Paper Farmer" should have original manuals of all types. He is a great guy. There are others who deal with paper as well.
  11. Anonymous sperm donor???
  12. I am sure like most improved things that there are many reasons for the change. Increased cutter bar speed and no problem with the drive wheel slipping on slick stubble come to mind. Yes the bull wheel can slip if the load is too great. I am not sure if any horse drawn binders could be changed to pto or not. I think someone told me that there were kits for them. I was hoping that someone would know.
  13. Yep PTO driven power binder for tractors. Even the most modern horses don't have that option yet! I think I heard that there were conversion kits to add PTO drive to a horse binder, but I could be wrong. Maybe it was someone's wild idea.
  14. Sorry I'm no help. As I read your post, I was thinking that I used to know the names of all the various engine parts. Now I just feel dumb. I seem to recall something about growing older and wiser.....
  15. Most mini excavators have a way to offset the hoe so that you can dig right up next to a wall. Jack it up and move it sideways if you can. Be careful, use plenty of good cribbing, and possibly more beams. Two beams on 40 feet doesn't seem like enough. Moving it sideways may prove to be more of a hassle than it's worth.