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sandhiller

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  1. In searching for a friend I found like a mini cat spacer that that goes between the sensor and the exhaust flow. Same compounds so air hitting the sensor thinks it came through a cat. Summit say No longer available on theirs
  2. Sadly, common sense is in short supply today. It can be passed down from father to son but it is not automatic. Parents need to parent!
  3. I've got enough dry sand to suck the moisture out of your mud, I'll take it!πŸ˜„ Good luck with your calves tomorrow. 🀠
  4. Why do we have converters at all. Do away with all emissions equipment and let the modern computers manage fuel / air / timing for maximum efficiency. Will result in higher mpg's meaning less fuel burned. Helps solve two problems.
  5. Since I had enough snow to burn trash. I wasn't going to waste the opportunity! And just to keep it IH 🀠
  6. sandhiller

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    All's I know is if I was put behind the steering wheel of that grasshopper legged thing. The HPF would not allow a single greased bb to slip past. Until that point when they all left, all at the same time 😬. 😳. 😲. πŸ’©
  7. Don't over think it. Bout fifty bucks in a "all you can fit in a bucket" Bomgaars sale
  8. Not quite but closer maybe? Use em to hold up mower sickle bars in transport position Edit oops, thought this is what you were looking for. Damn reading comprehension is taking on water as I get older πŸ˜”
  9. Half of one anyway. One end pushed out the old rivet. The other end sets the new rivet.
  10. Not really a tool, maybe a part? Found about 6" sticking out of the ground on the side of the trail road going to cows. The "raspy" part is 36" long. Don't know what is but would sure invade a sidewall and ruin a tires day. Got it dug out before it could have it's way with one of my 20.8x38's.
  11. πŸ˜ƒ πŸ˜„ 🀨 πŸ˜…
  12. crap happens. Sometimes a quick follow up shot is needed for a humane kill. (And yeah, I know the cartridge between the fingers method with a falling block rifle, but gheez.......) Just one more example of people who don't know their arse from a hole in the ground making policy in an area they don't belong. On a somewhat related note. I have always been extremely cautious when walking up to the business end of a downed buck. Good luck and stay safe to those still in the field.
  13. Cody vol fire dept band making Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture it's own. πŸ˜³πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚
  14. And my old 99 Dodge has the bad habit of positioning spent .223 casings in just the right place to keep doors from functioning fully. β˜ΉοΈπŸ˜„
  15. log splitter? black powder I know they were out there but don't remember what they looked like for sure.
  16. Glad to hear your son is on the mend. We tend to focus so much on the bad that is screaming at us today but all around us is good people doing the Lord's work. Hopes and prayers for continued recovery.
  17. That's where we say......"it gets a little western over there"πŸ˜„
  18. While you are thinking about your set up. You may want to consider portable panels. With some well placed posts in stress areas, you can build your pens and alleyway and change as necessary until you see what works best. After you make them permanent you can use your portable panels for other things. (you will always find a use for them) Buy or build your own good ones and you will have them a long long time. I made this panel jig so they all turn out the same and all welding is done at waist level (both sides) I built mine to keep me from getting nervous about my upcoming marriage. That was 34 years ago and still have the original panels and original brideπŸ˜„
  19. Cadillac, I really like the hyd neck-extender Well thought out chute.
  20. It is easier when you don't have a bunch of yahoo's that think they know cattle getting them stirred up. Cows get to know you and your voice and will be calmer.
  21. Catch pen into a crowd pen/tub into a alleyway into a chute and you are working cattle by yourself on your schedule. I generally do my fall cows by myself or one helper to bring them up Take my time, cattle stay calm.
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