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560Dennis

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  1. 3 minutes ago, 560Dennis said:

    Make mine out of paper first on the dining room floor , used  the NATPA rules that way should be compliant every where I go. They are for  a Farmall C ,but you can do it to your tractor with what ever steel you have just if you make a model you don’t have a lot time and money in changes cause something does not fit .

    just used what I had around to make them ,they pass technical  inspection at NATPA with any questions .

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    Might as well add the hitch ,up thight and as close to axle center as NATPA will let me . Mounted cultivators up and over hitch and hitch for shows I’m going to . Made pull ring for over hitch to get maximum height .And easy to lower elsewhere if they have different height .

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  2. Make mine out of paper first on the dining room floor , used  the NATPA rules that way should be compliant every where I go. They are for  a Farmall C ,but you can do it to your tractor with what ever steel you have just if you make a model you don’t have a lot time and money in changes cause something does not fit .

    just used what I had around to make them ,they pass technical  inspection at NATPA with any questions .

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  3. 11 hours ago, Reichow7120 said:

     Love  these historic markers on oilfields. The oilfields have always fascinated me since I grew up in the Shadow of the Scipio Albion Oilfield which at one time was the largest single Oilfield east of the Mississippi River 

    Red dot is where we are located. The field passed us to the west a tic over a mile 

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    Use to know where you where hunting could not get lost , just listen to the the for the putting of the oil well engine ,my uncle said .

  4. Sometimes, you just got to slow down ,stop and read what this have to say ,am I right might learn something . Route 198 in beaver township almost to Ohio line. 
    Ppast this sign 4 times going and coming from Pioneer Steam and Gas engine society show . Saw it , thought why thunder ,nobody behind me ,decide to slow down and stop to read it. 
    So now you also know what it says , here’s the photo of it for your edification and amusement. 

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    This gentleman Karl Nitske Farmall C put on a clinic in the 3500 lbs antique class with a pull of 327 feet  plus .

    Talk to him for 20 minutes before pull or more about the in general Farmall  C and cultivators drives , very interesting. Why I attend the shows , for the conversational information. 
    edification and amusement!

    cause of the memory. Never know what the person has to say about tractors and implements ,just facts mostly 

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  6. 2 minutes ago, 560Dennis said:

    Don’t leave them in trap to long cause they can push the way out of the trap door or chewing there way thru wire .

    Here the evidence look at what they can do . And if they are caught in there you can’t reach the door latch to release them with getting torn to shreds. 
    Be wise and very careful ,don’t want you hurts ok !

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  7. 1 minute ago, 560Dennis said:

    I cut marshmallows up in thin slices, bated to line in grass to trap , I put marshmallows under trap under the trigger so they have to release mechanism . With there wight on floor of trap it 100% they have to releases 

    Don’t leave them in trap to long cause they can push the way out of the trap door or chewing there way thru wire .

  8. 7 minutes ago, ky966boy said:

    What you using for bait I’m using cheap trail mix from RK that comes in a plastic jar.

    I cut marshmallows up in thin slices, bated to line in grass to trap , I put marshmallows under trap under the trigger so they have to release mechanism . With there wight on floor of trap it 100% they have to releases 

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  9. 1 hour ago, ky966boy said:

    They got in my feed so I set my dog proof traps out . I’ve caught 9 or 10 in two weeks. Did I mention I hate them things.

    Ever since they wiped out my sweet two years in row and killed one our kittens, 

    they get no mercy ,to  many , destroyed our flowers bulbs , kill me seeding black walnut trees

    enough! 
     

    for week now nothing in traps but possums 2 ,they eat ticks 

    I will still arm traps till sweet corn is done 

    i swear they are letting them out in the park across the street . 
     

  10. Six tractors ahead of me to weigh in for pull , I got in line to just weigh the Farmall C with cultivators and side dresser . 
    With me and tractor with cultivators it weighed 4210 .

    But the announcers also in line saw me ! Couldn’t hear what he was saying ,  I had to laugh ,the one guy said “you forgot to measure his hitch” ? 
    He not pulling just wanted weigh the tractor. 

     

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  11. All simple projects are three to five days . 
    plan on it and you won’t be upset like the guy in photo .

    Especially in Northeast Ohio , plan minimum of 10 hours of disassemble. That’s why they are the most sought after mechanics for their ingenuity and experience in solving problems in an environment of corrosion.

  12. This why i got Tractor Fever . 
    Look at this heritage tractor that was At RPRU. 
    I had to post this because it such an amazing tractor . Sorry I didn’t have a photo of the data fact sheet about it but just look at the pictures ,you don’t need a fact sheet anyway . 
    Priceless 

    one of my favorite memories of 2022 

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