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Yesterday at 01:41 PM
Hey!!---that is super!
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08/20/2019 06:29 PM
this just went over us this morning! First rain in a long time, --- too little, too late to do much good!
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Electrical
08/17/2019 10:12 PM
man Doc you are sure showing your age.The only time I see the old harness lacing anymore is on old military equipment we are scrapping..I do a lot of harness work and most of it is in the corrugated black PVC split wire loom, or open bundles, sometimes taped the length with cloth+tar friction tape..nylon wire ties are usually the route I go as I build up a harness, generally add a few wires here and there as I build one up...a lot of times we don't have drawings or prints and have to wing it.The small wire ties are easy to cut off as we build up a harness..but the lacing is definitely a lost art..thanks for jogging the memorybank.
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08/17/2019 06:51 PM
1/8" steel back, rods are 1/2" and 1/4" steel.
size is 10" x 14".
These are for granite shelves.
Last month I made some that were 3/8" thick x 3" wide, 14" x 18".
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Tractor/3 pt. Impliment Builds/ Farm Tools
08/17/2019 01:34 PM
When we had cattle, we were lucky enough to have a hay barn that had feeders built around the outer sides, so we just tossed the bales from the barn into the feeders. Later years we went to the 2,000 pound round bales and used the 560 to carry them around with. In bad weather/winter/spring mud/etc. it was a real problem. ---- That was about the time the cattle had to go! --- Never was sorry to see them go either,-- never had livestock of any kind since and have no desire to!
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Tractor/3 pt. Impliment Builds/ Farm Tools
08/17/2019 03:07 AM
Signs of a mig weld with no pre-heat. Larger piece sucks the heat from the smaller part...….no penetration and embrittlement.
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Coffee Cup Lounge
08/15/2019 12:11 AM
Looks good Jim!--- Sis has a patch of elderberries growing wild in the back corner of her property and they are just starting to get green berries on the heads. --- everything is much later this year due to our wild year.
Our next planting of sweet corn is ready, --- have 3 more plantings to go and so far it's been good.
Cabbage is about ready so we will freeze some of it for later use. Bell peppers look decent so far, we let them mature before we harvest them.
The tomatoes are not so great this year, didn't get seeds started early like we usually do and not sure what variety these are but seam quite small. They will make juice but takes a long time to pick a bucketful .
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Sell, Shop and Swap
08/12/2019 11:13 PM
That would go real nice next to my 12 foot 18 inch swing American, late 1800's...…..
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Trailer Builds/Repairs
08/11/2019 01:23 AM
ALL DONE ON THE BACK.
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08/09/2019 02:19 AM
The boards will be dried very slow for 10-12 months.
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08/01/2019 01:58 PM
That sounds like a neat place to visit!--Glad the farm got preserved instead of being demolished like so many of our historical sites.
Sounds like it has a lot of interesting history behind it. Wish I could travel. That would be an interesting place to see!
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Sell, Shop and Swap
08/01/2019 12:25 AM
Me too...all is good.
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