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  1. So in my area you can’t find any 9MM shells anywhere. what's up with that ?
    6 points
  2. My old 89 GMC has never had a muffler since I bought it and was getting on my nerves and then I ran over a limb in the pasture and knocked the catalytic converter off so it was really loud. I put it up on the ramps and got the cat back on and measured to see what size muffler I needed. 3" , but the only thing available close by was a glass pack for $83, online was $27. Looked around and found some pipe and and a spare tractor muffler. A little fitting and some bronzing and a muck quieter pickup.
    5 points
  3. Like a new engine in an 89 tempo, ain’t worth the investment.
    5 points
  4. Hasn't been a box of 9mm, or anything else for that matter, on a shelf in this area since the "intellectual elites" started hoarding TP in February/March. I'm guilty of hoarding shells as well. I figured if people were freaking out over toilet paper it's going to get real scary when there is no food on the shelves.
    5 points
  5. i helped the neighbor put on new door hinges and mount drivers door ( way too heavy for one guy to do ) installed a new gas tank, new fuel sender, he had done all new brake lines and all new brakes already, new master cylinder, the i started on teh fuel pump with him, the NOS one lasted overnight and possibly the ethanol ate into the sealant around the diaphragm and it was coming apart today. We tried the old original and it wouldnt work, then tried taking some parts out of a dual plunger unit but it wouldnt adapter either the diaphragm throw was too long on it. SO, we converted over to negati
    4 points
  6. Same here , no 9mm shells at Cabela’s or Shields, I have two guesses , government is limiting the supply or everyone is getting ready for Election Day . I have plenty of 30.6 shells for the IH M1 👍😎 , 12 gage slugs and lots of 9mm , 357’s oh and 22 shells 😂😂 I’m ready for these idiots when they come to Antifa comes to the country 👍 Danny
    4 points
  7. And you know who sent the reminder/blessing. VERY glad to read the outcome!
    4 points
  8. Edmeston NY. Sept 19th selling tractors on the Gott Farm. listing can be found on proxibid Bill was a colorful figure in the IH and antique farm tractor pulling world in central NY. Small sale with nice variety. for you guys in NY that are needing something to do this saturday; come on by! ed
    3 points
  9. This is our 1958 CJ6. We call it Farm Jeep Willy. It has more parts by weight on it from IH stuff than Jeep parts. The rear axle is from a 1210 (narrowed Dana 60). The front axle and transfer case (Dana 44 and 20) are from a Scout. Heck, even the ignition switch is from that 1210. I made the frame from 2x5x1/4" box tube and had it galvanized. The body is from Aqualu (aluminium). The engine was one my buddy had laying around, 225 Buick v6 like they put in 60s era Jeeps. Trans from a wrecker that my friend was scrapping (SM465). It used to be half made out of plywood when we got it, kept i
    3 points
  10. Believe it or not, the elevator is taking them! Going on a barge, heading for tofu land!! Hope your not a soy eater?!?! 🤭🤢🤮
    3 points
  11. This past Saturday afternoon baled up the last of the dry hay we had ready to bale last week. Baled fifty or square bales of third cutting to finish filling up where I we put the last load of squares. Anyhow we park the gooseneck trailer and square baler next to each other and I cover the baler with bag plastic and hang tires off of it to secure it. But before I covered it there was part of a round bale on the trailer from the day before with no netwrap on it so decided to year it apart and put it through the square baler so I'd have something to feed in the barn. Folded it out and got it clos
    3 points
  12. This would have been a completely different topic if MTO had gotten lucky on a Ford today........
    3 points
  13. 12 year old George liked the day off hauling by himself. We did around 1400 tons today. I need to figure out how to read cutterhead hours on this machine to do some for the neighbor. Sorry I don't get any good pictures while I am chopping
    3 points
  14. No ammo here, sold out in moments, will be until after the election
    3 points
  15. Ammo is in good supply up here, but furnace filters and brains and common sense, can't find them.
    3 points
  16. We finished up last Sunday night. Here are a couple more pictures
    2 points
  17. And you been bashing 302s and 2.3 fords last few days... that'll teach ya! 😆
    2 points
  18. that disappointed me Wi IH!
    2 points
  19. ...And the police report said “Shot while texting”??
    2 points
  20. Oh if I had a silver dollar for every Tempo engine I changed.
    2 points
  21. In my opinion, Entrance ramps and the through routes should both have MERGE signs indicating a shared responsibility by both drivers to “work it out”. And...there should be one speed limit for all traffic.
    2 points
  22. Here's a couple pics to help you visualize how its built. Granted this is on a 656 Hydro, but they are basically the same tractor. There is no need to make fancy adapters and other things to "make it work". The original design worked just fine for 50 years, why change it now?? Why is the oil pickup tube above the height of the full oil level?? That way when you change the filter it doesn't drain the whole transmission. What a pain in the butt that would be.... So the pickup is inserted into the rear housing. It shouldn't be floppy loose in there. There's a "quad ring" tha
    2 points
  23. C`mon. How difficult is it to slow/yield/move over for someone. It`s not the Gumball Rally. I always try to accommodate the trucks. Never drove one but have spent countless days riding with my sons and BIL. And their greatest danger is the morons in 4 wheelers.
    2 points
  24. Read what Russ in Idaho wrote. Eye opening. I trust he is a credible source of information. https://talk.newagtalk.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=950125&mid=8498384#M8498384
    2 points
  25. What an amazing project. A grand total of 750hrs to make this O-4 look absolutely amazing. I am very happy with the end result on this one. I am really hoping all this nonsense ends soon so I can get this thing to a show. I won second place in our local competition and now I am entered in the Delo national competition. With that being said I need everyone's help. Please go to https://delotrcvoting.com/Voting/Details?entryId=147 and vote for Josh Jorgensen. You can vote 3 times every 24 hours. Please tell family and friends, register multiple emails, etc. I would really appreciate the votes
    2 points
  26. I agree if the Russians had any proof it would have been shown on the news world wide just like the dragon lady was. I don't think the Russians had anything close to shooting one down, At 90k feet and a little extra speed they would out run any sam . Seems like the Russian foxbat was their only hope.
    2 points
  27. One thing that I have thought that was the most remarkable thing in the Blackbird program is that, to my knowledge, a Blackbird was never lost due to being shot down or suffering mechanical problems over unfriendly territory. I know the Russians in recent years claimed to have shot one down in the 1980s, but the US has never confirmed that. I sure think if any of our enemies had downed one, they would show it to the world just like the Russians did with Francis Gary Powers when they shot down his U-2 in the late 1950s. To have that kind of success speaks volumes to the plane designers, the pil
    2 points
  28. Well to save bandwidth, just the most interesting. Maybe funnest would be better lol.
    2 points
  29. Wife and Daughter stand in line every wednesday morning to purchase 150 9mm rounds each. I'm a Shotgun guy, kinda nice not having to stand in line for ammo.
    2 points
  30. Seth needs this to retain his crown of “Backhoe King”!!
    2 points
  31. Grand kids were here this morning and when they delivered the first load of building materials I saw this. Rick
    2 points
  32. Misunderstood the meaning of this thread, thought it was a new joke topic! Anyhow, before I can answer the question, I need to know which wife you are referring to.
    2 points
  33. Personally I like the 466 myself. We have one V8 and that is good with us. I just wondered if the serial tag was sacred I guess. I like it as a 1466, can any of you imagine that? Me like a 1466, nah.
    2 points
  34. Our only piece of JD equipment is the little 440 loader. It does run great, but I always wonder why someone would want to buy it new, with the pop-pop-pop noise, hard steering and lousy brakes. I gave 600 bucks, so I can't complain, but what is the draw of these things?? Anyway, I rebuilt the 225 Buick over the winter due to it's leaking like a sieve. Punched it .030, general stock rebuild otherwise. Pulls great. I have had a skid steer on a 2 axle trailer behind the Jeep and it pulled ok, just a little slow. I will find the picture.
    1 point
  35. Lets not forget.....our Supreme Leader Das Fuhrer would not allow men on the ground b/c of cv19 fears. No joke. I dont know 40 50 years ago was their smoke redneck and 806? Like this? I know it was damp summer. Yes the majority of fires in the west slopes of Cascades were arson. Several arrests made near Seattle region of ****. Guys stopped along highways with propane torches. All chatter points to antifa....crash the system. I also know old timers in the woods say we replant too heavy. There are tons more fuel per acres than 50 years ago. 3 to 4 tons more in some areas.
    1 point
  36. Most hand gun ammo sold out around here what little I have looked. I see local farm store has shotgun shells and deer slugs tho....
    1 point
  37. Ive had some that didnt want to come out but cant recall breaking any and never had to cut an ear off water pump thus far. Some of them got to be getting pretty bad tho. Espec if havent been apart or not for many years.
    1 point
  38. all we got left is waterpump and heater core then can drive - its ordered YAY
    1 point
  39. Looks nice, a very big improvement! I just did the headlights on the MX305. I used a product from Mothers that I bought at the local NAPA. It comes with sanding discs for severe cases but I was able to clean them up pretty good just by buffing with the polish.
    1 point
  40. Vermont can boast of the great Bernie Sanders, Socialist extraordinaire.
    1 point
  41. Not as handy as Jake's but wifey always tells everyone that when she found peanut m&m's in my freezer, my days were numbered. 🏃‍♂️💨🏃‍♀️
    1 point
  42. Pretty cool. Some of the smartest men on Earth In control of those machines.
    1 point
  43. We started this past weekend. Hopefully the weather cooperates for the next 3 weeks
    1 point
  44. I told them the same thing: list all freaking parts!
    1 point
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