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    Good morning all,

    Got about 2" of rain so far and still coming down.

    I've got a 12:00 dentist appointment, so I can't hang around.

    Have a good one.

    Later
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    Good morning from the frozen west. 27 degrees and clear with 32 predicted at tee time. I'm thinking that having Big Jim's heated Cadillac today would be a luxury compared to my standard golf cart. I just need to put a little anti-freeze in my motor and it will be all good. Enjoy your day.
    2320 200cx loader, 46 backhoe, 54"snowblower, original cab, Titan 42" forks, welded on hooks by neighbor.

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    Good morning again GTT faithful. I wanted to dedicate this response to one of our loyal contributors here on his special day. TJI aka Jeff is officially retiring today and joining the ranks of the slackers. I hope he stops by and slurs a few words on his special day. Congratulations ex government guy!
    2320 200cx loader, 46 backhoe, 54"snowblower, original cab, Titan 42" forks, welded on hooks by neighbor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD4044M View Post
    Don't know how to edit to shorten it so my hand comes up to shut it off? Hard to look at the camera, chute and stick your hand in the box with a wire to operate it. Here is a longer one 49meg when I took it but I think the site it is on lowers that? The Micro Switches will work and are needed if you don't watch each time it turns. Control wiring is another circuit with very low current draw to work the box in the Joy Stick and Reset Button. If you don't do this it will damage the contacts in the buttons and switches. When the chain slides on the nylon angle it will stay strait and not bind on things like bolts sticking out! Other then that it would work now but I want it way better so it will last. Still waiting on a bunch of wiring parts for it. http://imageevent.com/willy/snowblow...=0&w=1&s=0&z=3 The "Springs" stay they are the breaking point if things go south in the controls. The motor has more then enough power to tear the spring right off the chute. That is better then breaking the gear motor or chain. I can carry a spare spring I have a bunch of them.
    Works for me . Giz forgot to hit the ON button .

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyweight View Post
    Good morning, everyone.

    Happy Halloween.


    48° cloudy, windy and wet. Winds steady @ 10, 16 mph gust.

    OC pushed the storm our way last night. Thunder, lightening, wind, rain, the whole shebang. My little buddy Kilo was pacing the hallway, shacking and shivering. I had to pick him up and set him on the foot so he'd stay still.

    No plans for today.

    Later.
    Yup, same here at 48*, 94% humidity, think one of them *coup nord* done hit us.

    Done broke over a foot of rain for the month after last night, now at 12.98".

    Ain't even thinking about doing anything today.
    Last edited by Old Cajun; 10-31-2019 at 01:04 PM.
    Neil

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    home brew dirt and gravel grader, dirt scoop, choppers, Woods six foot belly mount sickle bar, home brew 3PH 25 gallon sprayer, 1992 33 inch cut Snapper
    rear engine rider, 1984 30 inch cut Snapper rear engine rider.

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    Well, I'm back home from the dentist. My wallet is $229 lighter. Ouch!

    Meeting my SIL at 3:00 to go pick up his new tractor. It's a miserable day here in central Ohio, but Andy is chomping at the bit. He doesn't know it yet, but I bought him a nice John Deere cover for it, since it will have to be stored outside. I'll put up some pictures later.
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    Hot diggity dog, sun just came out, temp up to 55*, humidity down to 79%, I may venture forth from my lair and
    see how many sticks I have to pick up from the weather last night.

    Supposedly no rain for next 6 days!

    I'll need 3 or 4 before I can do any tractoring.
    Neil

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    home brew dirt and gravel grader, dirt scoop, choppers, Woods six foot belly mount sickle bar, home brew 3PH 25 gallon sprayer, 1992 33 inch cut Snapper
    rear engine rider, 1984 30 inch cut Snapper rear engine rider.

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    OC, here is our current temp after a high closer to 70



    They are calling for a 50mph breeze tonight, with gusts over 60.

    I’ll set my phone alarm just incase I lose power again.

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    Even'n! Rain and then some more rain. I got caught in it at the same time the wind decided to pick up too. By the time I got to the Mustang I was soaked. Couldn't get in fast enough so the inside of the Mustang got it too. I would have used the truck to go up town but it's in the shop to the tune of 1700 dollars worth of fixing. I checked on it while I was in town, they're waiting on parts. Why does there have to be 8 coils when 1 used to do the job? Spark plugs?? Don't even get me started on that!! Are they not supposed to be made so they don't break? Thinking Ford dropped the ball on that.

    Hope ya'all have a good time. Rain here is supposed to be over tomorrow. Damn well better be Saturday. I have plans in WV Saturday. Won't be going all the way where you're at Gene. Stopping somewhere around Hurricane. Roughly around 2½ hours from here.

    Ok, gotta go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rydplrs View Post
    OC, here is our current temp after a high closer to 70



    They are calling for a 50mph breeze tonight, with gusts over 60.

    I’ll set my phone alarm just incase I lose power again.
    Did ya see what's approaching ya from the west, might be getting a little frosty and wet later.

    Went try to play pick up sticks with my Snapper riding mower and little Rubber Maid garden cart, was leaving ruts
    with it.

    Snapper hadn't been run in 4 - 5 months, fired up with 2 seconds of cranking and settled out after 30 seconds of running.

    That 27 year old 14.5 HP Briggs OHV still kicking nicely for its' age, kind of like ole OC.
    Neil

    2019 4066R with cab (aka Cooterpiller), 2014 997 Z Trak
    Other equip: 1982 IH 274 diesel, 1957 Farmall Cub, Woods Billy Goat 5 foot rotary cutter, Ford three point hitch 6 foot dozer blade,
    home brew dirt and gravel grader, dirt scoop, choppers, Woods six foot belly mount sickle bar, home brew 3PH 25 gallon sprayer, 1992 33 inch cut Snapper
    rear engine rider, 1984 30 inch cut Snapper rear engine rider.

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