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stronger800

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  1. Cspatz, I agree. It looks like you have 3”, where my pic shows 2.5” Matt, the outer bearing couldn’t ever seat onto the axle, if the hub was held out by the width of a spacer placed behind the inner bearing. I believe you would have to put a spacer on the outer bearing as well.
  2. Cspatz, I agree. It looks like you have 3”, where my pic shows 2.5” Matt, the outer bearing couldn’t ever seat onto the axle, if the hub was held out by the width of a spacer placed behind the inner bearing. I believe you would have to put a spacer on the outer bearing as well.
  3. Cspatz, I agree. It looks like you have 3”, where my pic shows 2.5” Matt, the outer bearing couldn’t ever seat onto the axle, if the hub was held out by the width of a spacer placed behind the inner bearing. I believe you would have to put a spacer on the outer bearing as well.
  4. Surely cheaper to have the pulley cut.
  5. I don’t know what my little guy dreams about but sometimes his legs get going 100mph and my wife will lightly rub him to wake him up a little so he doesn’t tire himself out running in his sleep. Other times he just snores and smiles.
  6. I’ve got proof that they’ll eat holes into Hemlock too. Shot my spray into them this afternoon. Will look for new holes,bees in flight, or hopefully dead bodies on the floor over the weekend.
  7. We have one nicer, with 5000 less hours, and I’d have to think about it pretty hard. A guy can give 12k for one that looks rough, with bald tires, and no weights these days.
  8. I agree. Although they did say “bearing” and were talking “inner”. I was just extra clarifying, that that wouldn’t work. I’ve contemplated running wheel spacers on half ton pickups before as to clear bigger tires and for the “look”, but I know it’s wrong, so I’ve never done it. It would be a terrible idea on a tractor, I’d say. Likely to shear the studs or crack the rims pretty quick.
  9. And a guy couldn’t put a spacer behind a tapered bearing anyway, right? Outer bearing wouldn’t be In enough to get tight on the taper
  10. Exactly. Those rims don’t look great. Quite a few 66 series tractors here, none of them or anywhere’s near rubbing. I have one in the shop now, I will try to take some pictures with a ruler of the backspacing
  11. Care to share your paint mix ratios and gun specs? I’ve just started getting back into painting after taking 25 years off. Seems everybody does it different.
  12. Our pole barn was built in the 70’s, with additions added 15 and 20 years ago. These are the first critters to ever bother it. I had a gallon of that Ortho home defense stuff that really works great at keeping spiders and crawly things off of my doors. I read into it and it says it does need to, so for free, I’m going to try it. If I see no progress, I’ll get some of the hood stuff mentioned above
  13. Very nice. I see three sets of 66 hoods there
  14. Oh it’ll go on. It’ll just bulge and look odd like he said. My tire shop wouldn’t know the difference. They’d put a 14L on there, if a guy was paying them
  15. I’ll look for that stuff. I’ve found brake/carb clean works good on about anything, if I see them.
  16. Putting a ladder up on a rack last night, noticed some fresh sawdust on the ground. Further inspection shows quite a few holes in one of our sheds. That’s a new thing for us this year. Quick Google on the Internet says they are only active in the spring when they lay eggs but will return next year. Anybody have a tried and true method to “eliminate” the ones here currently?
  17. Here’s another without covering. (Working best I can with pics I already had on my phone)
  18. If you can’t See the tin plate, maybe you have a cab and then there would be this rubber piece there instead. I drew a square where the cover is, it’s literally as wide as the seat base, you can’t miss it. The red dots I drew will be where your pins/cotter pins are that perhaps wore or fell out
  19. It’s 2022, we should only recommend safe things here: Rubber Hose!
  20. My memories only stretch into the ‘80s, and we only had one 1066 back then, with the white cab. I replaced it with a red one a few years ago.
  21. I do have a few heavy tow straps. I know PVC is tough stuff, but sharp plastic shards just seem like they could be a real thing
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