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Weapon

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  1. Location location location. In the more colder and more hotter climates I’d say you’d be adjusting tension by season if your fairly moderate no so much. But I’ve been drinking John
  2. Had a buddy for years used two hay wagons as deck out the patio doors of his house. Crude but functional John
  3. Great work. Like myself you gotta love those DeWalt 20 volt tools. Best of luck with the surgery John
  4. If your in that deep replace the fuel line from sender to lift pump. They are known to crack and cause issues along with the screen. John
  5. When your ready shot me a pm and a number Thanks,John
  6. Weapon

    820 head

    May not have to move much. A lot of the electrical heads still had the mechanical parts our atleast a portion of them. John
  7. Confucius say woman who puts man in doghouse soon find him in cathouse. John
  8. Confucius also say woman who fly plane upside down have crack up. John
  9. The boy’s as useful as a screen door on a submarine. John
  10. In god we trust all others pay cash. John
  11. As for the cylinder you should still be able to disassemble and replace everything from the piston end even though the yoke is welded on. Have rebuilt a few 496’s and they’ve always been a challenge but good disks in the rite soil types. In my heavy clay they were hit and miss. Best I found was the kongskill vertical till serated disks, enough weight to put it in the ground yet enough tires to keep it out Ymmv, John
  12. If you are going to convert it I might be interested in the engine John
  13. If filter is full of fuel then it’s plugged. Had 300 Cummins diesels that where like that. Your stumbling is likely due to carb or tuning. Ymmv, John
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    83 5088

    $0.74 of your dollars would cover one of ours. John
  15. Prime rib Friday with tatters and roasted root veggies. Of course oysters, cheese and raw veggies for appetizers. Won’t mention desert. John
  16. Merry Christmas and all your crops be off. With hopes of a better New Year. John
  17. My grandma made quilts for all the grandkids. I watched as everyone got the standard 4-6 quilt. My issue was I was 6-3 and I asked her if she could make me a longer one and she did it’s still my best blanket ever after 40 years. Don’t come out much John
  18. Any Jensales manuals I ever bought where real poor reproductions that lacked clarity and colour where needed like electrical or hydraulic circuits John
  19. Just a thought check for voltage to the exposed wire at both ends just after breaker lug. Have had aluminum corrode just enough to loose contact with lug. Just had to take apart clean up and reinstall. John
  20. Yes please jrweapon@live.ca Thanks, John
  21. Raining so went to dealership and bought the solenoid. Was told I’d have to have the clutch recalibrated once replaced. Is this so or am I being fed a line. Thanks,John
  22. Haven’t had time to work on it. One of those winter projects after I get my crops off. John
  23. Here we have cooper nickel brake lines. The old steel ones are nowhere to found anymore. They are better than stainless as they are softer and can be easily bent into whatever shape you need. Stainless can be hard to bend and flare. John
  24. I know you’ve had it apart many times but it’s always been my experience when the engine won’t run without choke then your high speed jet is plugged or obstructed. Just a thought, John
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