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Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by Honcho, Oct 11, 2020.

  1. john hofer

    john hofer Well-Known Member

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    All I've every done was two glow plugs , fan belt pulleys. front wheel bearing hubs,haven't touched the power train,two repaint , body work.
     
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  2. Honcho

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    Yep 300k is high time to change ingectors n ball bearings, perhaps preowner has done it, so tha it didn t come back to im
     
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  3. DMiller

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    Should have had body shop rust kill and replace the cab corners on my old Ford LONG ago, no coin or time at that time so was dismissed, Now needs a Cab I have no intention of changing. Engine had several under VC harness sets, a full set glow plugs, glow plug control, vacuum controls for 4wd and vacuum pump, misc tubing seals beyond the other recorded stuff.
     
  4. Honcho

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    Thats mine, rebuilt its engine this summer, there are some items to take care of before cold comes. like compressor bearing, intercooler pipe, Cause I hate to do repairs winter time. IMG00505.jpg
     

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  5. Steve Frazier

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    I noticed that too. My guess is internal plumbing similar to an excavator turntable.
     
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  6. Honcho

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    JL Sanders thanks gumbo tastes great. It was an ordinary monday work day, Got hydraulic hammer pipe burst, one that is under the cabin. Took three hours to dismount, buy new, and install it. And in an hour finished day planned work. IMG_20201102_180422.jpg
     
  7. Honcho

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    I got three persimmon trees in my back yard, this year harvest is big.
     
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  8. JL Sargent

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    Looks great. For something different, try making a roux first. Then make your stew, or gravy, or gumbo with that roux.
    Here is a video about making roux.
     
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  9. Honcho

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    Hi folks so who is to win ellections, never mind my meddling
     
  10. JL Sargent

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    It's too close to say!
     
  11. MinnesotaDave

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    That machine is crazy - I like it :)
     
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  12. Honcho

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    Pleasure to watch...
     
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  13. Honcho

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    Well Could you folks tell me what do call. Well look there is 4w stear. fw stear. But when loader stear with it s frame.
     
  14. DMiller

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    Articulated
     
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  15. Honcho

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    Milk, toast n hunney, make rainy day sunny. Good morning from Russia folks. What s for breakfast.?
     
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  16. Honcho

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    Covid19. Second round, many sick ppl in my city. My bro and whole his family are sick, he and his wify are in regional hosp. At my work one man of 47 died a week ago, . about four other ppl I ve known died also. Me n my wify took vaccine shots. My daughter and her husb are not sick but are virus carrier, got positive results. Every day I take a antivirus medicine just to suppres it if I get infected. And every evening we do pine oil inhalation. Put four drops of oil into a boiled water and breath fumes weth face covered over it. No panic outside still not many ppl wear a face mask. only in shops. Mostly older ppl and those who have heart and lung decease got died/
     
  17. John C.

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    We have a lot of people sick according to the news people. My son in law caught it and brought it home from work. He was pretty sick but fought it off pretty well. It went through the rest of that family. None of them got real sick at all. Most people are wearing masks when I go to the stores. Everyone on work sites has a mask and puts it on when someone gets close. We do have people who protest and gather to make noise so the media can record and broadcast it. Around here most seem to be church people. There have been a wide range of ages in people who are dying around here. I know of a couple my client's who have lost relatives to the disease. Stay well and healthy.
     
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  18. JL Sargent

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    It's beef stew for supper tonight. Beautiful weather here lately. Lows in the 50s at night and highs in the 70s F. during the day.

    Everybody around here is tired of the Corona Virus. We wear masks when we have to. We have not been sick. We have been around some who got it though. Maybe we are lucky. We do take vitamins and immune booster with Vitamin D gummies every day. No vaccine is available to us yet here. My dad is 81 year old and he needs the vaccine.
     
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  19. Honcho

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    In Russia there is three vaccine from covid, but its production started very recently, and it s not wide awailable.
     
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  20. JL Sargent

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    23 Degrees F. last night here. That's pretty cold. Honcho, how cold is it in Russia where you are?
     
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