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  1. Is it OK to say that guy is badly disturbed, not exactly the words I wanted to use..
  2. WaynefromWi

    New joke

    Lorenzo, I am going to sleep with a big smile on my face just thinking about all these IDIOTS that are bothered... They are everywhere....
  3. I've found pieces of chains, discs, pto parts, long list. Actually look forward to see what will be next. I once rented a farm that had been owned by a guy that raised beef cows and fed round bales of hay. There is not much that can be worse than plastic round baler twine plugging up your field cultivator. Cuss, Cuss, Swear, Swear double.
  4. I bought a 7000 JD 6/30 planter at an auction this winter. I have gone through it, and is ready to go. I have a 6 acre piece of ground I would like to plant soybeans on, plus some corn ground. My question is can you plant soybeans with the corn pickup fingers, or is it necessary to get the proper soybean meter or cups. The max corn population with the fingers is listed as 56,100. I f I were to plant the beans at 56,100 and then plant a second time splitting the rows would give 112,200 population on 15 inch rows. I know the population would be lower than recommended. I just really don't want to spend any money if the fingers will work with beans for 6 acres. Any thoughts? Thanks
  5. Don't worry to much about the heat riser. All that really does is help the motor warm up a little quicker. That is not your trouble right now.
  6. To many people are over paid and under worked. MTO you are exactly right..
  7. Have you opened the drain at the bottom of the carb to see what the gas flow is? Maybe has crud plugging the bottom of the gas tank. Maybe stuck float valve in carb lets gas in too slow. Thump the carb lightly with a screwdriver handle. Maybe bad coil that shorts out after a short run time?
  8. My first Honda was a 1966 Honda 50. Dad let me buy it when I was 12 years old. Number 2 was a Honda 90, a twin to the red one, only black. With the baffles out of the muffler it would do 62 downhill.
  9. In our clay, my turbo 966 w18.4x34 tires I can pull a 7 shank w/4 inch twisted shovels in 1H T/A ahead all day long. A couple fields can go 2H. This is a chisel only, no discs.
  10. Wonder how the weather service came up with this wind chill.... Clark county, Wis. Between Wausau and Eau Claire Today Windy. Rain, freezing rain...possibly mixed with snow and sleet in the morning, then rain...possibly mixed with freezing rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Snow and sleet accumulation up to 2 inches. Ice accumulation of up to one tenth of an inch. Highs in the mid 30s. East winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts to around 50 mph. Chance of precipitation 100 percent. Wind chill readings 115 below to 120 below zero. Tonight Brisk, rain...possibly mixed with freezing rain and thunderstorms in the evening, then rain...possibly mixed with freezing rain after midnight. Ice accumulation of less than one tenth of an inch. Near steady temperature in the mid 30s. East winds 15 to 25 mph. Gusts up to 45 mph decreasing to 30 mph after midnight. Chance of precipitation 70 percent. Lowest wind chill readings 115 below to 120 below zero in the evening. Friday Cloudy. A chance of rain and snow...possibly mixed with freezing rain in the morning, then a chance of rain in the afternoon. Highs around 40. South winds 10 to 15 mph. Chance of precipitation 50 percent.
  11. You must be doing good with Mary Kay...
  12. Try warming it up and melt wax into the threads. The wax will penetrate the threads much further than penetrating oils will. Oils will burn off, not get into the threads.
  13. If you are burning wood, lower temperatures will lead to faster creosote buildup. 120-130* temperatures are also low enough to cause chimney temperatures to be too low. I thought you were burning coal, so maybe this won't be a problem. I have no experience with coal.
  14. I know this is not really what you are asking, but IH had a Parts Department book that did list all IH part numbers and their application.
  15. Also, because of the battery disconnect, it is likely the alternator is draining the batteries quickly. Are you sure they are fully charged? Maybe the disconnect is rated for a smaller motor and can't flow the amps a966 needs.
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