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Littlefeller

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About Littlefeller

  • Birthday 08/15/1982

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    Smack dab in the Middle of Nebraska- ehh more or less
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    Farming, Family, Machines, Fixing (as long as the bill isn't too high)

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  1. The older IDI ones (like my 89)you could hear the solenoid cycle. My 99 PSD you cant. The light would come on when the plugs on my 89 were energized, even with the on one second, off one second after the first "full on" cycle ended. Like Jass said, new ones light never comes back on, but doesn't mean they aren't cycling. Back on track, I have a set of fast plugs from diesel RX in my 656, and a set of the older, slower heat ones on my 706. Both will start well cold. Having good batteries to spin the motor fast is key on an IDI motor IMHO.
  2. My cat jumped on top of the wood stove to get warmer once. She must have learned her lesson, has not done it again......
  3. I put tilt steering from a late 88 in my 1586. A thousand percent easier to enter exit for a littlefeller that is a little more "round" than he used to be. I also added flat straps about 6 inches long to the hydraulic levers, at around a 45 degree angle back from the originals. Much more ergonomic for me.
  4. I have seen big 1000 to 540 one piece adapters. Would have had to buy one for my 5488 if I hadn't been able to find a dual speed to put on it. Happier with the dual speed, one of the best ideas IH had in my mind.
  5. Even a broken clock is right twice a day
  6. One thing that we were taught in Government class was "A democracy requires a well informed society." The problem is we are now a highly MISinformed society. And there is a large number of people who work harder working the system than doing anything productive.
  7. Try mags. They will put some starch in your shorts (or take some out, in my case)???
  8. I hope, no PRAY, you are wrong ?
  9. And go figure that they would fail a guy for being "too good"
  10. Sounds like driving a semi. No need for a clutch once you start moving, and no synchros. Granted, I'm sure the modern transmissions are easier to shift than a 40's era truck.
  11. Sounds about right. Worry about the integrity of horse racing but not an election....
  12. I have a copy of that book too. I should reread it this winter.
  13. The first Winchester designed for smokeless powder, to clarify.
  14. .44-40 was originally a black powder round, but the 1892 Winchester was the first one designed for smokeless powder. I have a 92 in 44-40 and a 94 in 44 mag.
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