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AKwelder last won the day on July 23 2019

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About AKwelder

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  • Birthday 07/10/1972

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    Fairbanks, Alaska
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    My Boys, Tractors, Welding & Fabricating, Beekeeping, & The Land

    460 gas with fast hitch
    Super C NFE and fast hitch
    57 230 with fast hitch
    1100 mower

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  1. There is a lot of good information here, and great ideas. I would just offer that what ever you do be factual. The old stories that were told to scare kids just made liars out of the parents, and then they ignored the rest of the deal.
  2. Everywhere is different, here we install drip irrigation lines and inject fertilizer as needed. If you have samples of the soil and the trees checked they will tell you exactly what is needed. Might surprise you want adding some minor nutrient to your crop will do
  3. AKwelder

    Tractor

    Lol buddy of mine has a few welding machines, tools, and such. His wife was asking about it one day, his reply was something along the lines of they pay the rent, the mortgage, and the grocery bill so there can never be to many
  4. You might find that a steel line has better flow. Copper can be thicker walled and have a reduced area. By the time you put a 3/8 fuel hose, push in a barb, and all the rest, the center hole isn’t going to be much larger than 5/16 tubing. So what are you gaining? If this is your pulling rig and your not going to be farming with it you can drill out the center of the adapter fittings. Or even go larger on the carb inlet as for Swagelok, you might prefer buying plywood. It will be cheaper.
  5. I had the same issue with my new loader bucket on the B8200. I honed the hole very lightly and it worked
  6. I can see where varying the distance will mess it up. We had a set line and still had a poor average axes were dirt simple, but it’s all you need i guess
  7. We got 8 people for an hour for $100, and had a half hour of instruction before they started the time. been a cold spring, finally staying in the 50’s at night. Really hurt the flowers and everything is about three weeks behind here. If they don’t get a late fall things will not be good
  8. So get this, the government, in and effort to ensure all races are treated equal, makes every effort to quantify what race people are and doing what. Somewhere there is a building full of government employees that are tabulating data to see what percentage of who does what based on race. go ahead and check them all, see how it goes. It normally upsets the bureaucracy
  9. I rolled my eyes, but then we had fun. Guy was nice and taught the kids how. I wouldn’t have chosen it, but we might go back adding alcohol? That seems like a good way to be called stumpy
  10. Get some thicker paint, it helps me a lot
  11. Busy couple weeks. Came back from out of town. My wife had scheduled us to take out son out for his birthday. We went axe throwing and to the drive in at the drive in a few guys came in, just a few pictures had a great night, lots of fun. So my son tried knife throwing on his own today go figure.
  12. It has come about because some states were really getting lazy with issuing ID, like show up with an electric bill and you can get an id in that name. Some places were really bad, including areas of Alaska. And, if they are going to ask for ID to vote, shouldn’t it be more than a joke?
  13. You think he looks big from that angle? I bet he looks a **** of a lot bigger from laying on the pavement with a 12 gauge pointed in your direction
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