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ncostello

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Check out this miniature Caterpillar diesel in a miniature semi...all functional with 12.5 HP. Look at the clutch. Look familiar? That would be a perfect swap into a 122. A Cat Cub...hmmm. I think its a Kubota really.

mini cat diesel

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jrichardson

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Art, the new shop looks good!
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BTW, I like your little helper... I have 2 of them also.
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$23,995????
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Jeff-
Thanks! By the way, I've got an extra 5 gallon pail of drywall "mud" with your name on it if you ever stop back...
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wheinsohn

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Charlie,
Looks like he is starting his price on the 782D $200 lower this time around. We will see if he gets any bites this time. I wonder where you got that JD hydro filter number from?
 

cmccarty

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I really would like that 782D. Maybe next price drop.

No plow days for me this year. Too many non-fun things demanding time. Hopefully next year, and maybe with that gold plated diesel.

CJM
 

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Wes H,
A JD guy gave me the info saying that the 140 used the same hydro filter as Cubs. If it's not right let me know so I can PHFFTTT!! him, grin
That's the only number I personally did not verify myself.

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pcleveland

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Charlie and Ryan,
Thanks. and I do think that the lift bracket in the photo looks longer than mine. Don't know what mine came off of. Know it will somehow be on a 782 now.

Neil,
The only problem with the mini semi is that it is a K-whopper and not a International 4300! Don't know how many times I told the boss that the K-whopper I ran rode worse than a Sterling White with hard rubber tires. It bounced corner to corner!
 

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Charlie,

That is a modification of my design that allows adjustment...my design was welded at the ends.

Credit for the nuts goes to someone else...Kraig maybe????
 
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rwright

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Off the cub topic. My 3 year old house is getting covered with Boxelder bugs, some call them stink bugs, red bugs with black stripes on the wings. They seem to live on a tree 30' in front of the house. As the weather gets colder they migrate onto the house, and deficate everywhere! I've tried the off the shelf/mix with water sprays. Nothing seems to stop these things. I am hoping someone that deals with bugs and sprays of the farm can give me some advice. I am told that I can't use oil based sprays on my yellow vinyl siding. Any help will be greatly appreciated!
Rich
 

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Rich W. -

And here I thought I was the only one. Seems like a plague of them this year.

I had some "good stuff" mixed up in a plastic spray bottle, it didn't even phase them. I've got some other fine Ortho products in my cabinet that I was gonna try this Sunday. Isotox at least has a NAME that sounds like it'll work...
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Rich, Tried Seven? Mabey someone here knows where to get it.
 

dross

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Rich, Look for a product called "Seven"
 

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On the boxelder bugs I've heard just plain old soapy water drives them away, doesn't kill them but keeps them from driving You NUTS! On ther 5/16's scale KW I think one would look REALLY neat with an alum. hopper bottom grain trailer for that Cub Cadet sized Combine We all kid about Dan H. building.....Actually, the $$$$ is pretty close to "Scale" also..... WYATT - Does Kasha know about BANOWITZ"S in Maquoketa?....Leave Your checkbook & credit cards at home.... and at the very least take Just the MUSTANG.
 
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About every 8 months I buy about 20 rolls of thin plastic sheeting, the kind painters use to mask off windows and doors when they're spray painting a house. I Duct-tape it together and wrap my entire house in a "bubble" of it. Put both cars in the garage with the engine's running for about 5-6 hours and everything is dead, bugs, mice, rats, burrowing rodents, cats, dogs, and even goldfish!

Works for me!
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I think maybe Travis should buy one of those $24K mini-Kenworths with the $5K flat bed trailer...would work real good at PD to get Keith's 1000 out of the field when it pukes a drive pin....
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rwright

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Thanks all for the advice on boxelders.
I have tried the ortho products and some others.
I am going to try the product on www.bug-guy.com.
That looks interesting.

Thanks again,
Rich
 
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kmcgiver

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Hey boys, Finally back in the saddle again it has been a heck ofa haul and it aint over yet! I have a question where can I get some the pics that used to be posted here of Plow Day II
 
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