gh-in-oh

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About gh-in-oh

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  • Birthday 11/01/1971

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  1. Ok i have a 05 dodge 3500 with a 5.9. Bought used in 07. I was never given a FOB key when i bought the truck. Anyhow, i have had this truck for 10 years and have replace the batteries twice. I NEVER knew i had a security system on this truck. Well, i replaced the batteries last sunday and when i hooked them up, the security system went off. At first i thought it was funny cause i never knew i had one. Now i can't turn the darn thing off. I have done everything i can think of from disconnecting the batteries to flipping switch in the key lock and the ignition. with the alarm going off, the truck will not even start. What i have found to kinda work is to disconnect the batteries then touch the positive terminal to the neg for about 10 seconds, then go to the other side and do it to that side. (note: not the battery terminals but the cables going to the batteries) hook batteries back up, put key in the door and unlock the door then the truck will start. I turn it off, get out of the truck, the alarm then arms itself. I try to get in the truck and everything goes off again. Local dealer wants me to bring it in, but i would love to figure this out myself if possible. I hope i have explained this well enough. Any help will be greatly appreciated. I am going crazy on this one.
  2. shelled corn in agbag

    thanks for all the responses. I would love to do earlage, but i dont have that option, unless ny1468 can drive to ohio. Ha. In addition, i am not on 30 inch rows so even if i did find someone to do it, the equipment is probably not compatible. cliff, when you did bag corn, what was the moisture level going in the bag and did it change at all when you took it out of the bag? Also thanks for suggesting grain bags. I have been using silage bags for a long time. Didn't know there was a difference. Custom chopper always supplied the bags.
  3. shelled corn in agbag

    has anybody put shelled corn in agbag to store on the farm? We have a few extra cows on the farm this year and i dont have enough storage yet to feed them. if you have done this, can you please share your experience. the good and not so good. I have heard they store about 9,000 bushels. I cant afford to make a mistake with this so any information you can offer will be greatly appreciated. We are located in central ohio so the weather can vary from year to year. I plan to keep this on the farm and feed out of it all year long. Summer and winter. Thanks to all.
  4. 460

    Oh and if I can get a pic posted on here, would you guys mind giving me a fair price to offer?
  5. 460

    Akwelder. Going this weekend to talk to the guy so I will TRY to post a pic. In worst case, maybe someone can do it for me. I think you all convinced me to leave it as a gas. Engine rebuild is doable however, I have never messed with a TA before so that will be a bit of a learning curve. In addition to other questions, yes it is a row crop with a narrow front end. That will be new for me. None of our tractors have a narrow front. Like most have said, it will be use for hay work. It probably won't see much dirt. Never thought about using it to drag silage wagons around. Didn't know if it would be big enough. Anyhow, thank you to all have given advice. If this project does work out, I will probably be buggin you all during the project for more advice.
  6. 460

    That you all for input regarding salvage prices. He is a very good guy and I have no interest in taking advantage or offending him....or anyone else for that matter.
  7. 460

    Ok my neighbor (75+years old) has his dad's 460 setting in the yard behind his house. I asked him several years go if I could buy it and he was not willing to part with the tractor. I understand not wanting to let it go, he and his dad were very close. However, he called last night and wondered if I was still interested. I know when the neighbor parked the tractor years ago the motor needed a complete overhaul. Now after sitting for approx 15 years, I wouldn't be surprised if it is locked up. Going to look at it this weekend. My son is 9 years old and I thought it would be a good project for the two of us. Here is my question, is a diesel conversion an option for this tractor? If so, how hard is it to do? I don't want a real difficult project. I wanted a diesel because I would put it to work on the farm. just figured the 221 might like its gas too much to be efficient on the farm. Tractor would not really see much tillage work. if you think I should walk away from the project, that is fine too. I am guessing the tractor is bad enough to only offer salvage metal prices.....maybe a little extra. Thanks for your response.
  8. Spelling

    Outside of the forever "which oil is better" discussion, and the idiot that misspelled chalmers, I really have not seen too much. Don't really go there that often anymore.
  9. Spelling

    Outside of the forever "which oil is better" discussion, and the idiot that misspelled chalmers, I really have not seen too much. Don't really go there that often anymore.
  10. Spelling

    Nice mto. I posted on the allis page. Spell check changed chalmers to charmers and I didn't catch it. Boy did I get flamed. Lol.
  11. Air conditioning 1086

    Trying to get AC fixed before we start making hay. Friend found a hole in the suction side. I believe it is a 3/8 hose that runs from the compressor to the top of the cab. Is this something I can get from NAPA or do I have to go through the company to replace? Any help would be appreciated. Don't really know much about AC. Thanks for your help.
  12. Planter gage wheel bearings

    Need some help please. I have a cyclo 800 planter. Noticed bearings we getting sloppy on a few of the gage wheels. How do I remove the bearing? I have removed the 5/16 bolts that hold the wheel together. Thought the bearing would lift off the shaft. It spins freely on the shaft. Do I need to knock the roll pin out and take the whole shaft off? Thanks for any help.
  13. Should I give someone a tractor?

    Young kid close that he can restore it with dad or grandpa? Tractor would have value, memories created........well can't really put a price tag on it. Just a thought.
  14. Hog killings

    Yep. My dad is from a very large/German family. We still butcher about 15 hogs (over two weekends) every year. We never did anything with the blood or brains, but everything else is pretty much used. Still scald, scrap hogs press lard and make cracklings. Women usually clean tapes (intestines) and still use them to stuff sausage. Use a smokehouse to smoke the meat, and all the meat is seasoned right there in the barn. One of the better stories grandpa would tell is the time they shot a pig on top of a hill. Pig rolled off the hill and the ol boys went to get it. Got to the bottom of the hill and the pig was gone. Couldn't find it anywhere. Finally one of the guys jumped In A mud hole and the pig was at the bottom of the hole. Still butcher bout 10 beef also. All the meat is for family members. It's a lot of time and work, but the fun we have is worth it. Many hands make for easy work. This is probably a skill I am most greatfull to my elders for handing down to our generation.