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SuperWD9

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  1. What do you use for paint booth or area? Wanting to make something that can be disassembled to save room and something that won’t get over spray on the floor or walls. What do you guys use for spray guns I would like something that does a good job nice even coats (possibly a few tractors in the future), can handle most paints, and won’t break the bank.
  2. I know that it can be towed home but if I can I would rather put it on a trailer. Then I don’t have to worry about it hanging over to far one way either. Is there anything to watch out for on these?
  3. Would anyone be able to tell me the width outside of tire to outside of tire? Still not sure what I am going to do yet I have to talk with the others first
  4. Is there anything to watch for on a 990 with 9’ cutting width. It has one steel and one rubber roller. Wanting something cheaper and reliable to use probably 50-60 acres at most per year 10-20 per cutting.
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    Gun Storage

    This would be for at home for a quick grab especially if in a rush for whatever reason or for overnight storage for a farm gun that way I don’t always have to go into the safe but it is near by. I like the biometric scanners but that is not really what I am looking for at the moment. It would mostly be for something larger than a hand gun but still want quick access to without having to run to the safe or it being obviously visible in plain sight for every one to see.
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    Gun Storage

    Do any of you use/have/made a secret gun storage piece of furniture for concealing in plain sight. Like a bench, shelf, bookcase, or dresser. If you are willing to show pictures that is great but don’t feel that you are required to do so if you want to keep your setup a secret. I am thinking of doing something not sure exactly how or what but looking for ideas or ways to do it. I want to have some sort of latch or mechanism so someone can’t unknowingly accidentally open it.
  7. So that will push it back down but does it push back up somehow too? i will have to look at mine this weekend when I get a chance
  8. Bump I am sure someone on here knows something that could help. Even just an explanation or schematic because I can’t find anything online.
  9. The tractor came with this valve but it was froze. I took the top off started letting wd40 and pb blaster soak in and I got it free but it doesn’t seem to return to the middle (will return all the way one way) since I put everything back in the spring and plate have me puzzled. Can anybody shed some light because a don’t have one free to open and compare it to?
  10. If anyone needs something to do I highly recommend it. When I went we had my cousin who is 15 with us. If you like war and action movies you will love it.
  11. When I know I am going to be out there for awhile I will set it between 55 and 60. We will usually wear a sweatshirt or long sleeve cover shirts and pants if we think that we might get in to some oil and grease so we don’t mind it on the cooler side We rarely run it any other time and it will stay between 40 and 50 almost all of the time
  12. We use a long bar rake on a h and run it in 5th low throttle but it is flat here the only time I use 4th is around the area that has wash outs and erosion problems if you use 5th you have to watch your turns and watch that you don’t stall on inclines when running low throttle
  13. After all Santa wears a red suit to match his favorite tractors. I have even heard that his favorite color is 2150 IH red.
  14. There is a kids movie similar to that not sure what it was anymore
  15. SuperWD9

    Bolt 22LR

    It adds about 50-60 more than I would like but one bad hit or fall and I would be at the same cost due to replacement.
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    Bolt 22LR

    It is the base model standard barrel not threaded I don’t need some of the options they offer and what I saved can be used on a scope or something that I will actually use. I saved $20-$80 by ordering this one in. I thought about the one with a bushnell scope but it probably won’t have the easiest life and if I have to replace the bushnell once I will be at about the same price as a vortex which is what I am thinking about putting on it due to the lifetime warranty.
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    Bolt 22LR

    Well I pulled the trigger I ordered one in on Friday they didn’t have the exact model I wanted. I don’t need some of the extra bells and whistles. Should have a Mark II F soon and may put a vortex scope on it due to that’s what they carry and the lifetime warranty.
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    Bolt 22LR

    For the range at which we shoot groundhogs a 22lr is as big as you need around here for most shots, great for teaching family members how to shoot and it won’t travel as far as other similar rounds (we have to be extra careful due to the flatness of the ground and proximity of houses and roads in the area) I would love a 10/22 for all of the benefits but it will be nice for when I’m in the woods or or the farm I don’t have to deal with a chambered round if I didn’t want another chambered at the moment. I have also thought about a Henry but it is out of range at the moment. The 350 price point is pushing the limits 300 max is probably more realistic. Will put an optic on it eventually unless I get the savage then I may put one on it right away due to lower cost (quoted 220 for the base model from the shop).
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    Bolt 22LR

    I am looking to get an entry level bolt action 22 for groundhogs and maybe some coon hunting with a buddy. Gun store showed me a savage mark ii which is in my price point. Is there anything else that you guys would recommend for under about 350 and has anyone had any experience with the savage?
  20. That would be a sight to see
  21. The parade thread got me thinking. Do you guys do anything special/festive to your tractors, trucks, equipment, buildings, pets, or livestock this time of year for the holidays?
  22. 8 probably will be fine if they say replace with 1 to 1 you will for sure have more light than the old ones would have put off in the same configuration but if in doubt add one more and you’ll be fine.
  23. I know that’s not bad but it could have been ugly if we didn’t catch to that soon.
  24. We were burning brush from doing firewood in a chiseled bean field last spring and it jumped the grass lane and started smoldering the corn stalks (which we thought were too wet for rain and dew) uncles saw it and started to move dirt with the skid steer grapple but he was having trouble keeping up. I was chiseling that field and lifted up mid round and flew across the field to create a barrier. It was not bad compared to what others have had but enough for us. Field fires are one thing that nobody wants to deal with. They can turn bad fast. I like to have either snow, bare dirt, or surrounding area being wet. If possible always have something that can turn dirt and create a barrier nearby is what we try to do.
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    Guests

    I know a have at least one guest account running on my school device most of the school week and sometimes one at home. This place is great to have when I need to look busy during study hall and whenever else I am board. I believe that I am the only one at our school to use it regularly so the tech department hasn’t done anything and they finally unblocked Craigslist and other similar sights so even more for me to do now.
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