Jump to content

Takn4aFool

Members
  • Content Count

    352
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

74 Excellent

About Takn4aFool

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. not a fan of how the front rims are painted either
  2. 1066 we had weighed just 10600# with 20,8x38 no cab, engine would turn 2950rpm
  3. but can it beat the VW electric that holds the record in the Pikes Peak climb
  4. probably no oversize signs, no escorts, no lights on back
  5. https://www.yesterdaystractors.com/cgi-bin/viewit.cgi?bd=farmall&th=377959
  6. i had a 8315 and never expeirenced that problem, but mostly what i cut was alfalfa with maybe at best 10% grass in it. i even tried to plug it many times and couldnt by picking up a full 15' windrow on the ends along with a narrow strip left when finishing a field. no matter how fast i drove it just kept putting it through.
  7. i have a belt buckle that is serial number 001...shows a 2 wheel drive tractor, 4 wheel drive and a Axial Flow combine
  8. from Tractor Data site Weight (operating): 12,148 lbs [5510 kg] (gear) 12,320 lbs [5588 kg] (hydro) 13,345 lbs [6053 kg] (duals) Weight (ballasted): 15,260 lbs [6921 kg] Wheelbase: 105 inches [266 cm] Length: 165 inches [419 cm] Width: 98 inches [248 cm] Height (exhaust): 11 inches [27 cm] Clearance (drawbar): 16 inches [40 cm] Rear axle: Bar: 3.25 inch diameter [82 mm]
  9. 1066 we had ran 2950 WOT...ran it that way for years and never had a engine problem. previous owner had set it that way because he used to use it for tractor pulling. had 20.8's on rims that had been widened out to 22"
  10. i had a 700 trialer plow just like that only a 5 bottom, had a 700 semi mount before that and swore i'd never have a semi mount after getting the trailer plow, so much easier to set and maintain a straight furrow on sidehills especially with the onland hitch
  11. Takn4aFool

    Well

    had a well put in jan.3rd 2019...just had a point in the basement before that, was just 11 ft from the basement floor to the tip of the point and water was excellant. new well is 37 ft with the pump hanging at 25 feet...casing has to be a minimum of 30 ft. in WI. water was little hard at first so had to install a softener, had it adjusted a couple times because the water improved to the point it uses about 2/3 less salt than originally. when they put the well in they hung a pump in the casing and pumped it onto the ground without a pressure tank or any restrictions except the 3/4" hose hooked to it and it was pumping out over 25gpm for almost an hour and never ran dry or sucked air. even after going through the piping in the house i can fill a 5 gallon pail in the bathtub in 14 seconds going through 1/2" copper lines.
×
×
  • Create New...