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  1. Here ya go https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/113095482037448/garden?exact=false&listingId=1421238534697030
  2. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/springfield_missouri?listingId=1184066061789738 come on down
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  4. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=mouse+trap
  5. You can apply poison to the surface where the birds perch and they will be gone the next day roll it on with a paint roller with long handles
  6. Dunno But after sandhillers post getting neighbors to help and people on quad machines etc. I'm thinking he needs a friend lots of vids on youtube, whistle commands and hand gestures for the most part
  7. If your not flushing sludge then no need for diesel or kerosene either way replace filter driving it and getting hot will evaporate the last bit
  8. There are good and bad employees and employers out there for sure. It's a struggle. I work by myself now to avoid it. I will say there are several industries that have not kept up on the pay scale for some things they expect. Not enough money difference between dirty sweaty body clothing harming situations compared to just working the grocery store or fast food etc. Farm labor seems to always pay squat. Get what ya pay for.
  9. for the most part it is different ways to say the same thing but complications with that occur when comparing mechanical front wheel drive(driveshaft) vs hydraulic front wheel assist
  10. more oil I'm sure you'll keep your exhaust covered, but check where exhaust mounts to manifold to be sure there is no way for rain to get in
  11. No such thing but they do make electric start hand held leaf blowers and backpack blowers
  12. might as well chain the fuel cap while your at it they aren't hard to find in the snow are they?
  13. great post louie It's the only picture he had of it
  14. Is this a TD9 pto? I think it's part number 53693DA. The housing is stamped 8390-DB. ran onto this on yesterdays tractor. He's trying to id to list for sale. Anybody know?
  15. see what a machine shop says about making a new one
  16. they do always seem to be near a river............ what a mess
  17. Can't keep the steering clutches adjusted, almost all listed for sale say something like "needs adjusted" One adjustment affects another and you have to take a bunch of stuff off to access. A bunch. Rear end housings come loose from each other and crack, or crack and come loose, moving internals around in the process causing havoc The engines are known to have issues and were abandoned for the next series so parts are expensive maybe rare This one is gas so may be more desirable than diesel for that reason IDK Since it's up the street get it and part it out Mine had 3 pt and pto but PO had torched the pto shaft inside to do an internal repair to save having to take so much stuff off Loved the T handle for the 6 way blade though.
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