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bmcmeen

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Kraig -

I hate having to look at scans of Polaroids only to have 5" of white screen all around it, but there's not much we can do about that, either.

My mouse has horizontal scrolling on the wheel as well as vertical. I have no issues going back and forth


We can't be all things to all people. I mean, I'm surprised the folks that use Lynx as a browser aren't complaining that NOTHING shows up on their screen
 

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I was wearing my arrow keys out trying read the Forum!

( Charlie, you said I had to post!)
 

kmcconaughey

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Bryan, I don't like those either, "cropping" is a good thing. I have horizontal scrolling on my mouse too but I'd still rather not have to do it.
 

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I picked this stuff up over the weekend! I didn't get a gear box for the rotor tiller though! Are these hard to get or no?
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Kraig....Some day, when Bryan gets his trifocals (like many of us), he won't like that side-to-side flip flop refocus, refocus, refocus either, and his attitude will take a whole 'nother perspective on the subject.
Myron
 

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Well, guess who just widened the screen again....
Charlie, ya gotta fix it again...

Myron
 

kmcconaughey

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Myron, thankfully I don't need reading glasses, or bifocals yet, but I do wear contacts as I'm near sighted.
 

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That's way to much stuff for one guy to get in one load, I think you oughta give at least half of it to me!

Gearboxes are not hard to get, you just have to look around.
 

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Charlie - your right! I won't ever use have that stuff!
I feel lucky I came across it!
All I was looking for was a snow plow!
 

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Well all you gotta do is give directions to your place and I'm sure there would be a mad dash of guys to come and snatch it from ya, LOL
 

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David,
You got any pics of that box blade?

Oh yea, I get to hammer ya a little here, grin
It's a snow blade too!
 

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Well, I'm trying to take the tiller tines off the "drive arbor" to get at the bearings. Won't budge. I've been soaking it for days with PB Blaster. Yes, I took the pin out (marked with blue arrow). There's a little play in that the arbor and tines sway back and forth a little (marked with the yellow arrows), so I'm hoping the problem can be fixed with new bearings.

Any suggestion would be helpful.

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kmcconaughey

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Ray, have you tried heating up the shaft with a propane torch? Sometimes a little heat will break things loose. Have you tried to drive them on a little bit to break the rust loose before you try to pull them off? Like this:

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Ray,
What Kraig said!
I've also had good luck with soaking them for a week or so and then finding some really hard ground with rocks in it and bouncing the crap out of it. You gotta be careful doing that though and not get something hung up between the tines and the housing, but it works, at least it has for me.
 

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since this forum is for ih cub cadets, Has anyone seen a pulley for a ih snowblower floating around the country cause one never showed up .... lol
 

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