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I'll add those are nice stout sawhorses...

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Hammer lifter built I have a few extra inches of stroke on the cylinder which is good more speed I still think i might need a smaller lift cylinder. I've got to get the little tractor home to move these palats.1884653301_0324201404a_HDR2.thumb.jpg.b5c24597939211eb757dbe13b5dc23f4.jpg

46 cases of Corona in the state and some folks would have us go to a full lockdown.

 

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Big old snowflakes today.  No snow all winter now it's spring and or snows...

Can't complain to much it's soaking in...

 

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I'm glad to be a essential business in this time...this is my paperwork. 

Rural life sure has its perks...

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It's alive sort of...need to smooth the beam and May be add a bigger return line as it drops 2 feet fast then slows down... Might need a bigger hydraulic pump...to..

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After 6 years of owning a fencing company I've been doing lots of yard stuff and decided no more hand digging for me. Broke down and got a small auger i still prefer the driver but its to heavy for most yards... 

No luck with a picture.

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Here it is funny story I had bought a auger drive from surplus center years back exactly the same one that this auger needed...

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277 dollars of drop faster. 25 feet of 1 inch hydraulic hose.Screenshot_20200408-205152.thumb.png.9038508e584554c0f535776455f1b1c2.png

I like these n braces much stronger than a h brace. Always a better product to try.

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Here is the pic.

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My Granddad always done his corner posts like that and they sure held. Nice looking fence work there.

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5 minutes ago, mader656 said:

Here is the pic.

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I like N braces too but it seems to me like round woods always sag over time  In H braces or those.

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Just now, ZG6E said:

I like N braces too but it seems to me like round woods always sag over time  In H braces or those.

I prefer pipe but its a hard sell in a yard. 

When I can drive I'll be driving the brace post a full 8 feet in the ground.

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Did alittle work on the holding pen last couple of day’s.

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So it's functional a few things to fix yet but it works so im elated.

In other news a well should be coming In a couple 3 weeks...

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Annual family picture out in front of church today...

Got about 4 inches of snow last night had a few drifts to push back...so I used the little ford as i had robbed the push cylinder off the big blade for the driver...man I miss the weight and steering power...and mud not flying so close...but man that little thing is nimble...

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15 minutes ago, mader656 said:

Annual family picture out in front of church today..

Nice  pic of you and family. Happy Easter to ya all. May God bless ya all and take care and be safe.

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Good looking crew Mader. I watched church online a little bit ago actually.  Happy Easter!

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Its alive glad the job is only st the neighbors.

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53 minutes ago, mader656 said:

Its alive glad the job is only st the neighbors.

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Lookin good. 

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First ag project of the Year...just a new gate. 

Toyota is very nice just need bushing and pins, couple cylinders repacked and some speed reducers...

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That would explain why the michigan stopped driving the gear was a little stripped. 

This was a fairly easy tho heavy...only used the victor wrench to remove 2 bolts cause it was one click on the ratchet bolts at a ackward angle and a common 3/4 bolt but fine thread so cut the head off.  

That's a dirty job tho...62 years of oil and dirt just gotta wash out the radiator and reinstall and and put the hoods back on.

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9 hours ago, mader656 said:

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In the fencing industry we often here driven post will never hold or my ground is to hard to drive a post....well I made a video.

That's all we use anymore. Got a guy I hire to come drive them then I weld braces and put all the fence in. 

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Mader i am proud of you for working smarter and not harder. When you get my age us old men have such bad shoulders we curse ourselves for not doing something like that. 

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Not much fencing  going on right now so hear is some house slab prep for you all its been  wheel packed every 6 inches and you can't drive a stake into it with a 22oz hammer. Some places are 5 feet if fill. It's been a project for sure. But just beginning, lots of work too go. 

Got gravel delivered and nearly ready for concrete. Long time coming but much needed 1000 square feet has gotten small...got more solar power  coming soon nice rain delay today about 2 well needed inches I think. 

 

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Waiting on a part for the post driver so I had the day off.    

Playing with the go pro

The 656 was  behind the dead in water post driver so there I used what was available. 

Constantly  impressed  by the little Ford. Hopefully I'll get to use the fire pit  before it gets to dry...

d1 drought little but of rain today but are 25-30% behind on the year. And most of the water is done till September...

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On 10/11/2018 at 1:20 PM, mader656 said:

Helper today bleeding brakes...

Listen much better than normal one (wife)

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vacuum bleeders have saved more marriages to date than couples counseling ever dreamed of. 

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