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    Roll call

    Howdy from South Central TEXAS!!
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    Two WheelHorses followed me home

    Very nice tractors, you'll get years of service out of them. The later model is more than likely a model '312' since it has a 'M' series Kohler on it. Is it a hydro or manual trans? 3sp or 4sp with high/low.
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    Post puller!

    We mounted 1 of those in a friend of mine truck. Had to end up bracing it to the side rail of the bed because the floor wasn't string enough to hold it vertical when you get up to that 1,000lb limit. @SupplySergeant
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    Post puller!

    Noel, Actually thought about that but it seemed to help ease the post out of the ground with the compression of the leaf springs. It quit squatting when it got down on the overload springs!:thumbs:;):D @Propane1
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    Post puller!

    Chris, if it picks up this long bed extended cab 7.3 diesel front end, I'll need some else to pull those posts! ;) :D @Cvans
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    Post puller!

    Not really, I only pulled forward a couple inches with the chain around the concrete to help get it come up out of the ground.
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    Post puller!

    I needed to take out a bunch of steel posts from a chain link fence that I replaced with a privacy fence for one of my customers. So I came up with using my engine hoist rachet straped in the bed of my truck. It worked really well and I didn't have to fight pulling those posts with concrete on them.
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    Epsom Salt

    I put about a tablespoon dry Epson Salt around all of my plants and it gets in as I water or it rains. Also using an organic liquid fertilizer made by Madina called "Has to Grow". If I could find fish emulsion, I'd use it but haven't found any as of yet this year.
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    Not usually an attachment, Sears chainsaw

    Very nice Alan, you might want to sharpen the chain if you're going to do much more cutting.
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    1974 16 HP B&S

    And take the shroud off and clean the cooling find. I can see a mouse nest on there and it'll cause the engine to run really hot. Nevermind, I now see the last picture and see you got it all cleaned out :D
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    Well fup

    Get someone to braze 8t up and grind the tooth shape back into it. It'll last a long time. It takes a lot of preheating and slow cooling while peening it to stress relieve it as it cools.
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    Definitely a blizzard!

    Glad to hear you came out ok on your test!
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    Anyone One Here With a JD 318/420 and 54" blade?

    Kenny, the vertical pivot point is about 4" in front of the lower mounting point to the tractor. The "A" frame is about 16" long from vertical pivot point to the horizontal pivot point. Hope that helps, it's from memory.
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    Weird question

    @bobcat2 , If you'll run a little Sea-Foam in the gas the carbon buildup will go away. You can also clean the carbon out by trickling a little in the carb whiles it's running. Be prepared to give it throttle to keep it from dying and also you can expect a big white cloud out of the exhaust as...
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    New to me Woodburner

    Pecan wood, you need to start smoking some meat with. I use Pecan and apple and man it does a great flavor to the meat. Glad you're feeling better today. I was sick for 4 days starting last Friday and ran a fever for 3 of those.
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