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  1. Eliminator comes up as sold out with Mike
  2. Thats the same as our 76 F700 with a 370 4bbl. I also usually skip that shift
  3. Looks like it would be really simple to make the drive. I think I would start by building the pto sprocket on a clamp on style pto extender. The rest would be fairly simple to mock up on the tractor.
  4. Donโ€™t always believe the google! ๐Ÿ˜†
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    I agree 100% with everyone above. Have the same issues trying to run my shop. Kind of lucky here as there are 4 other steel shops within a 10 mile radius. Technically all of us are competing shops, but all get along well and are able to trade material back and forth when one of us needs something in a timely manner that canโ€™t be provided by our outside suppliers. Also helpful when you need as small piece of some odd sized material rather than having to sit on a large piece of cut off that could hang around for years before it would get used
  6. Small battery clamps like on a battery charger. Clip on to pump, unhook when done
  7. Never had any issues with our fill rites, both 12v and 120v. 12v pump is probably 25 years old.
  8. Have a buddy with one the same. Their pasture is mainly river valley. He says it works great to look for lost cow or calf in the bush. Cover lots of ground from above to find them, and then be able to run out with the side x side and bring them in.
  9. Just non educated guesses. Either communications tower or flare stack
  10. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/man-killed-defending-ukrainian-city-from-russian-forces-1.6644569 Saskatchewan farm boy killed in the war. I feel terrible for his family.
  11. Daughter just came home from college in Vermilion for the weekend. She liked our temperatures better. At least when we see your weather we have 2 or 3 days to be prepared to have the same. Guess I should check the block heater on the tractor! ๐Ÿ˜†
  12. Never done any jobs that high. Have erected a fair bit of steel at heights up to 200โ€™. 20 years ago I used to enjoy the job more the higher it was. I must be getting old, now I find it so much easier to do the same work while standing on the ground
  13. Done lots of flighting work. Have to keep weld pattern even on both sides of center tube or shaft. Never had any out of balance problems. Worked for a local auger manufacturer for a short time. Nothing high tech about it at all.
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