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nomorejohndeere

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  1. doubles as deer hoist hydraulic
  2. Get a welder that can stick/mig/tig since you are buying new.... You don't need to start with a spool gun if you are not doing aluminum, makes the trigger handle cumbersome.... Your questions of mig should include whether you are planning flux core or gas
  3. a search shows used to new available maybe they were shopping for a 50 cent one.......
  4. typically if you click on the notification drop down it will take you to that thread
  5. I just use my claws and teeth barefoot Just like a real farmer doesn't use a tractor, just a sharp stick to poke the ground
  6. would the turning radius of the hydraulic drive be smaller than the mechanical drive?
  7. bias on one side and radial on the other would only cost half as much more.....
  8. $7000 Kinder LA you could have it home in a day.....
  9. If it's a tilt cab you better have a tall shop........
  10. shoot holes in the logs and avoid batteries, drills, clutches and electric.....
  11. most of the JD sites that claim they are one are bogged with lawn mowers and sub compacts or are ripe with 20 series as their popularity to restore is evident same with Ford sites are bogged with N series and utilities up to 5000 or so If you are checking a forum do a search for your tractor and others like it and see if their are any posts and what the responses are before bothering to sign up I would try yesterdays tractors as I have received some helpful info there myself.....
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  13. Don't fret having more than one battery brand. It's no harder to keep up with than having ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise in the fridge. If you were running a worksite mobile with a crew then yea, but not around your house/shop. I have Milwaukee, DeWalt, Ryobi, Hercules, and one rogue Ingersoll Rand grinder(not impressed). I keep them grouped as to where I'm keeping/using them. But that allows me to get good deals, on sale or marketplace. Are you looking for work lights for garage, engine bay etc? Look into the magnetic palm sized lights that recharge with usb. They are the bomb. I would go Ryobi before Bauer. I admit I had to tie a sock around the Ryobi fan to keep it from rotating down when in use..... I have a usb rechargeable fan that moves alot of air compared to the Ryobi as it is much larger. But you can't just change out the battery... I have some adapters just in case I need them but I don't use them other than to try them after purchase. I think they would be great for stationary stuff but for handheld tools they add to the bulk and vibrate around....
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