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  1. That’s exactly what I was looking for. Looks like they’re still available but I’m not spending $45 for something I can make for free. If someone has one laying around, can you tell me how long from the hole to the flat on the other side?
  2. The little lever is what I'm asking about. I have the small pin on the clutch arm and the switch assembly, but I don't see anything in the CIH parts list to denote a lever like you refer to. The tractor accidentally started in reverse today and I'd like to get the switch working properly.
  3. Anyone have a picture of a working neutral safety switch assembly on a 706?
  4. For any future people wondering, the LHNR lever bushing part number is 382510R1.
  5. The linkages seem okay, but the shift levers on the 706 have noticeable wear. Have yet to pull range and gear lever, but I understand there a replaceable bushing in them. Is there a specific rebuild kit available? I also would prefer to not update to a newer style, just rebuild what I have. I remember seeing a thread at one point detailing the process of the entire rebuild, but the search feature is giving me errors.
  6. I don't see the appeal. There's so many other options for exciting racing out there, why would one spend hours watching cars make a left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn, then another left turn...... Try motocross or supercross. That's some real skill and excitement. They even ride in the rain. Gasp!
  7. It's only a stupid idea if it doesn't work.
  8. Save half because the scumbag politicians designed this "giveaway" so they can tax it later.
  9. The VIX is now at the highest its ever been.
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    Anybody a trader? Some crazy volatility this morning. Limit down in futures and halted at open at DOW -2250. Wish I had more cash, there will be some serious money to be made when this corona thing is resolved. Oil at 28.92 Silver at 12.64 Gold at 1463 WILD
  11. That's what I wondered. I don't want to pull the guts out of it. Found a few 4 and 6 rows locally. I won't be going over every acre but I have some spots in certain fields where the cucumber and water hemp like to congregate.
  12. I'm young enough to have never used a cultivator, nor am I smart enough to heed the warnings of those who went away from them for what I'm sure are good reasons. That said, I'd like to find a cultivator to fit on my gas 706. Planter is an 8 row with no guidance, though I do keep my rows really darn straight. Would a folding 8 row be too heavy to lift with the 706? Also, does anyone in northern Indiana have one in a fence row they want gone?
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