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Rawleigh99

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  1. It would cause too many accidents among the onlookers. Can't get insurance! LOL
  2. Like a Jay Nielsen strength test!!!
  3. Sounds like a Forged in Fire test! "IT WILL KEEEEL!"
  4. Cool! i know where one similar is, but I don't know who built it.
  5. There, but for the Grace of God, go I with my daughter!!! Prayers sent.
  6. I know these are weld on but could they be adapted? https://www.hendersonmfgco.com/parts/parts_weld_on_sprocket_rims.htm
  7. After seeing that picture of the south end of Sandhiller's bull my mind was elsewhere!😱
  8. Got to love Tannerite! I wonder how long before the liberals outlaw that???😵 I like to end my Schützenfests at the farm with a loud sendoff too! We usually let one of the youngsters do the honor. They love it!
  9. An apostrophe can make a big difference in meaning!! LOL
  10. I have one like that that I got at auction, along with a clamp for lifting steel plates. Good stuff. Fortunately I got a better deal at the auction! I blasted it and painted it and it is good for another 50 years! Hammertite paint works great on things like that.
  11. YRF, you will be one poop flinging MoFo! LOL! Looks good!
  12. OOFFF! Loaders! I had the fun of replacing the hoses that go to the TD9 loader on the one I used to have. All go to fittings up in an 12"x12" box at least a foot deep in the bottom of the loader frame up under the tractor! I had to cut and past a few large wrenches for that job!
  13. McMaster Carr is another source. One of the glue together o-ring kits may be an option too.
  14. English is Hector's second language but it is still a heck of a lot better than my French! He is a great guy to deal with. He will check to see if he still has it and get back with you.
  15. I took my seat out and rebuilt it. New bushings, seat, etc
  16. Check with General Gear. Look in the pinned post.
  17. I redid the overhead cab wiring harness in my old Case tractor with high end tinned marine wire made by Anchor. Really good stuff I use on all my boat work. The problems seems to be that the mice love the soft insulation. I guess it is soy based too. Great on boats, not so much on tractors.
  18. You have some nice old comfort Kings too I see.
  19. I remember when driving from Cambridge England to Scotland in 1986 the crotch rockets would go right up the center line on a two lane non divided highway. I was driving around 100 mph and the oncoming traffic was doing similarly. The motorcycles would go by me so fast I didn't even see them coming. I don't know how fast they were going, but it had to be at least 150. The closure rate with the oncoming traffic would have been close to 250 mph.
  20. I have had good luck with the Viking brand from Harbor Freight. No more Schumacher's for me!
  21. Wow, need to break out the moldboard plow this Fall.
  22. Her fish are bigger than his! LOL
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