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Thanks guys! That's a very tempting offer Dave! Got my truck down taking my time away. I've been offering some advice to a younger fellow who wants to put a loader on a Cub. He'll be getting 3 from me in a couple weeks and wanted some opinions on different things.
 

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OTF special heading my way real soon.
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Charlie,

Twin diesels? Tell us more on OTF. Will they soon be joining your herd?
 

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Charlie, nice! How about this off topic?
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What kind of screws are people using to hold the taillight lens on a Grote light?
 

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I raised the hood to check the fuel and found this today on Turtle, my 108. Fortunately I haven't used him much lately.

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It's been a very hot summer and I don't like running cubs above 90* much...it depends on the humidity. Had I run Turtle much things could have taken a bad turn I believe.

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Wayne- Hope they didn’t chew anything. My MIL hates chipmunks. A mouse made a nest on her car engine and chewed a wire going to the transmission. I told her it was a chipmunk and she had a fit.
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Don't ya just love em!
Those rodents are just getting ready for winter.
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Speaking of winter, it hit 92 here yesterday.
Coming up around Raleigh, the temp got up to 99 on my truck. Would have snapped a pic, but the traffic was VERY heavy!
Calling for more 90+ days this coming week.
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Wish I lived closer to Charlie.
 

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So it's going down to 33 in town, which means we'll hit the upper 20's no problem here!
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Charlie,

What would be the cost of shipping to ship about a weeks worth of that cool stuff down here?
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Wayne,

Get some peppermint oil and spray your cubs with it. It works!

Put in a squirt bottle:
Two teaspoons of essential peppermint oil.
One cup of water.
Few drops of dish detergent.
Then slosh it around to mix it a little, and spray.

Spray once for two days, and then treat about every 3-4 weeks from then on.
 

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Charlie, you'd better throw an extra blanket on th bed so you don't end up with frost on the punkins!

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In case everyone thought I would forget to post something really off the wall, LOL
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I'm not sure about off the wall, I like it! Can't see the steering setup, making me curious.
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Charile -
I actually saw that in person a few weeks ago, uses a O rear end to drive the fwd.

I also figured out my revving problem to be the governor wasn't set right, got it set. All I need to figure out how to set the throttle limit.
 

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And I just got it running right, had to adjust the gov spring, had thick skin, needed it to be sensitive LOL
 

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Charlie-

How does that tractor steer? Is it articulated underneath or something of the like?

Strange!

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Interesting for sure!
Looks like they need to swap the front wheels.
That is an odd looking front drive.

Charlie,

Do you happen to have a pic of the one behind this one?
It looks strange/interesting also.
 

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Marty,
That's the only pic I saved, I'll see if I can find it again.
 

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The decal on the side says "Front Wheel Assist", which to me means not full time. I'm guessing that's a hydraulic motor and it uses wagon steering (solid axle, whole unit swings )..
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