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  1. I first taught myself stick with a Lincoln on a cart like that My Dad still has it, it's AC only
  2. I got a manual one last year and have not regretted it should have done it sooner, no stress knowing no issues with the bead cordless impact on manual makes it fast tractor tires are easier than truck tires if you ignore the weight of moving them around. get some murphys bead sealer for tubeless mounting, and soap for lube have tractor level so tubeless tires sit level to reseat I prefer changing with rim mounted to tractor vs on the ground
  3. Have done and will do My favorite is when I was a kid my Dad built an insulated box to go over the attic fan in the winter. He worked for the electric company and we had electric heat so he really sealed the place up in the winter with plastic and caulk etc. The box was some 4 foot square and some 15 inches tall or so all insulated It would have worked out better if he had built it in the attic rather than the garage because the access to the attic was some 2 foot square
  4. Never heard of it I'd like to have a torque multiplier but seem to keep grabbing for the cheater instead of my wallet
  5. I'll bet he's saying to fill with diesel and use a bit to clean it out from rust and etc. Then drain and fill with proper lube. could you remove the clevis to have a shot at forward?
  6. insulate well , wide roll up insulated doors floor drain, floor pit no light panels on roof, windows where you want for light and venting vs security do not, do not put quick release air fittings at face level
  7. http://www.acmoc.org/bb/showthread.php?33372-Pair-of-IH-head-lamps-for-sale not mine
  8. Just to add some red.....
  9. I guess it's not my favorite to drive since I choose to sell a few years back. Right before the price exploded on them of course. But it's my favorite to reminisce
  10. somebody might have a used one but they are old as well you could use a generic replacement, do you see yourself needing additional remotes? or put some new seals in it
  11. block of wood between hammer and starter ain't all bad........ If the starter mount is its own ground it can corrode and not be up to snuff causing clicks and intermittent issues yours may have a ground strap
  12. Metabo has an adapter to run on AC So when the batteries drain down or become obsolete you still have a drill
  13. The last time I went duck hunting was with my Dad. We got lucky and had some come in and when we jumped up and shot we looked at each other and said "got 'em" we both shot the same one
  14. Does Stuart need a starter?
  15. google "gun concealment furniture" and lots of stuff comes up when my Mom remodeled her house they put false walls in some places. magnets to hold drywall up, if you didn't know it was there you wouldn't find it
  16. What shape is the UC? Whereabouts in Kansas? Price expected? Do you have a way to help load? pictures help.
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