Re: [MBZ] Tractor auctions

2018-04-04 Thread Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
Speaking of high, that Mahindra the the guy bought them put on CL the 
same day for $4k higher and deleted the ad, so I guess he found a dummy 
to buy it.



On 4/4/2018 10:58 PM, Curley McLain via Mercedes wrote:
I KINDA GUESSED that from looking at what they had for sale.  Good 
deal for Larry the Liar!  (Auctioneer)


What you want to look for is farm estate sales, or retirement sales, 
or liquidation sales.  Our JDs went cheap.  THe other H went cheap.  
The one I bought went high.  pretty much everything else went cheap.


Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes wrote:

Except you have to pay 3% fee plus 9.5% sales tax

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wrote:


There is a once a month tractor auction here that is going on right 
now. I have been watching it online off and on and so far I don’t 
see any deals to be had there. They seem to be going for the same or 
more than you can find them on Craigslist’s


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Re: [MBZ] Tractor auctions

2018-04-04 Thread Curley McLain via Mercedes
I KINDA GUESSED that from looking at what they had for sale.  Good deal 
for Larry the Liar!  (Auctioneer)


What you want to look for is farm estate sales, or retirement sales, or 
liquidation sales.  Our JDs went cheap.  THe other H went cheap.  The 
one I bought went high.  pretty much everything else went cheap.


Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes wrote:

Except you have to pay 3% fee plus 9.5% sales tax

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On Apr 4, 2018, at 1:57 PM, Kaleb C. Striplin  wrote:

There is a once a month tractor auction here that is going on right now. I have 
been watching it online off and on and so far I don’t see any deals to be had 
there. They seem to be going for the same or more than you can find them on 
Craigslist’s

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Re: [MBZ] Tractor auctions

2018-04-04 Thread Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
I sold my JD 3032e.  Now I am looking for another tractor.  I am still 
not sure if I want want to go with a cheap old tractor, or spend more 
money on a little newer bigger tractor, or spend a little less on 
another compact but slightly bigger than what I had.



On 4/4/2018 7:10 PM, Buggered Benzmail via Mercedes wrote:

What kind of tractor are you selling?

--R
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On Apr 4, 2018, at 2:57 PM, Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes 
 wrote:

There is a once a month tractor auction here that is going on right now. I have 
been watching it online off and on and so far I don’t see any deals to be had 
there. They seem to be going for the same or more than you can find them on 
Craigslist’s

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Re: [MBZ] Tractor auctions

2018-04-04 Thread Buggered Benzmail via Mercedes
What kind of tractor are you selling?

--R
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> On Apr 4, 2018, at 2:57 PM, Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes 
>  wrote:
> 
> There is a once a month tractor auction here that is going on right now. I 
> have been watching it online off and on and so far I don’t see any deals to 
> be had there. They seem to be going for the same or more than you can find 
> them on Craigslist’s 
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Re: [MBZ] Tractor auctions

2018-04-04 Thread Randy Bennell via Mercedes
Long time ago now, but my father used to haunt the equipment dealerships 
in search of good deals on tractors that he could buy cheap and repair 
himself.

Not for re-sale. Just for his own use.

RB

On 04/04/2018 3:02 PM, Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes wrote:

No idea, probably too high

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On Apr 4, 2018, at 2:09 PM, Randy Bennell via Mercedes  
wrote:

what are prices like at dealers for used models traded in?

RB




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Re: [MBZ] Tractor auctions

2018-04-04 Thread Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
No idea, probably too high

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> On Apr 4, 2018, at 2:09 PM, Randy Bennell via Mercedes 
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> what are prices like at dealers for used models traded in?
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Re: [MBZ] Tractor auctions

2018-04-04 Thread Randy Bennell via Mercedes

what are prices like at dealers for used models traded in?

RB

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Re: [MBZ] Tractor auctions

2018-04-04 Thread Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
Except you have to pay 3% fee plus 9.5% sales tax

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> On Apr 4, 2018, at 1:57 PM, Kaleb C. Striplin  wrote:
> 
> There is a once a month tractor auction here that is going on right now. I 
> have been watching it online off and on and so far I don’t see any deals to 
> be had there. They seem to be going for the same or more than you can find 
> them on Craigslist’s 
> 
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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-08 Thread Andrew Strasfogel via Mercedes
Good traffic = few cars - no traffic
Bad traffic = lots of cars - lots of traffic.

My new hood is in the kayakers paradise - Cabin John.  Feel free to visit.
We can share a brew and diagnose my myriad engine oil and coolant leaks
(both turbos).

On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 2:16 PM, Rich Thomas via Mercedes 
mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:

 I was cruising around your old neighborhood quite a bit but did not see
 any split wood around anywhere.

 I think I might have gone to your new hood too, to a restaurant called
 Founding Farmer out a ways.

 Traffic up there is pretty much insane.

 --R


 On 6/8/15 1:59 PM, Andrew Strasfogel via Mercedes wrote:

 I was the finest wedge and sledge wood splitter in all of the NW (DC, zip
 code 20016), while I lived in my old address.

 On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 11:38 AM, Randy Bennell via Mercedes 
 mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:

  You need a bigger wood splitter.

 RB

 On 05/06/2015 11:16 PM, Curly McLain via Mercedes wrote:

  Speaking of splitting wood I have not done this in many years. I got I

 split all this wood from this tree. The big chunks I looked today are
 something like 2 feet across. How do you split those? Do I need to
 chain
 saw them in half first? The FEL is a must have item.

 Sent from my OkieJoePonyPhone

  Maul and wedges.  Just keep splitting off burnable pieces until it is
 gone.

 If the wood is right and you are GOOD, you can split faster with a 4 lb
 double bit axe.  That's what I did, but on the tough stuff, I still had
 to
 use the maul and wedges.  THe axe was 2-4 times more productive.


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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-08 Thread Rich Thomas via Mercedes
I was cruising around your old neighborhood quite a bit but did not see 
any split wood around anywhere.


I think I might have gone to your new hood too, to a restaurant called 
Founding Farmer out a ways.


Traffic up there is pretty much insane.

--R


On 6/8/15 1:59 PM, Andrew Strasfogel via Mercedes wrote:

I was the finest wedge and sledge wood splitter in all of the NW (DC, zip
code 20016), while I lived in my old address.

On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 11:38 AM, Randy Bennell via Mercedes 
mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:


You need a bigger wood splitter.

RB

On 05/06/2015 11:16 PM, Curly McLain via Mercedes wrote:


Speaking of splitting wood I have not done this in many years. I got I

split all this wood from this tree. The big chunks I looked today are
something like 2 feet across. How do you split those? Do I need to chain
saw them in half first? The FEL is a must have item.

Sent from my OkieJoePonyPhone


Maul and wedges.  Just keep splitting off burnable pieces until it is
gone.

If the wood is right and you are GOOD, you can split faster with a 4 lb
double bit axe.  That's what I did, but on the tough stuff, I still had to
use the maul and wedges.  THe axe was 2-4 times more productive.


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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-08 Thread Andrew Strasfogel via Mercedes
I was the finest wedge and sledge wood splitter in all of the NW (DC, zip
code 20016), while I lived in my old address.

On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 11:38 AM, Randy Bennell via Mercedes 
mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:

 You need a bigger wood splitter.

 RB

 On 05/06/2015 11:16 PM, Curly McLain via Mercedes wrote:

 Speaking of splitting wood I have not done this in many years. I got I
 split all this wood from this tree. The big chunks I looked today are
 something like 2 feet across. How do you split those? Do I need to chain
 saw them in half first? The FEL is a must have item.

 Sent from my OkieJoePonyPhone


 Maul and wedges.  Just keep splitting off burnable pieces until it is
 gone.

 If the wood is right and you are GOOD, you can split faster with a 4 lb
 double bit axe.  That's what I did, but on the tough stuff, I still had to
 use the maul and wedges.  THe axe was 2-4 times more productive.


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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-08 Thread Rich Thomas via Mercedes
Well I got the boy moved from DC to Providence last week, it was a 
horrendous drive.  I did drive from Chapel Hill to DC on Sunday, and 
traffic was pretty minimal though I had to detour off the Fredericksburg 
parking lot onto some back roads, as usual.


--R

On 6/8/15 2:23 PM, Andrew Strasfogel wrote:

Good traffic = few cars - no traffic
Bad traffic = lots of cars - lots of traffic.

My new hood is in the kayakers paradise - Cabin John.  Feel free to 
visit.  We can share a brew and diagnose my myriad engine oil and 
coolant leaks (both turbos).


On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 2:16 PM, Rich Thomas via Mercedes 
mercedes@okiebenz.com mailto:mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:


I was cruising around your old neighborhood quite a bit but did
not see any split wood around anywhere.

I think I might have gone to your new hood too, to a restaurant
called Founding Farmer out a ways.

Traffic up there is pretty much insane.

--R


On 6/8/15 1:59 PM, Andrew Strasfogel via Mercedes wrote:

I was the finest wedge and sledge wood splitter in all of the
NW (DC, zip
code 20016), while I lived in my old address.

On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 11:38 AM, Randy Bennell via Mercedes 
mercedes@okiebenz.com mailto:mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:

You need a bigger wood splitter.

RB

On 05/06/2015 11:16 PM, Curly McLain via Mercedes wrote:

Speaking of splitting wood I have not done this in
many years. I got I

split all this wood from this tree. The big chunks
I looked today are
something like 2 feet across. How do you split
those? Do I need to chain
saw them in half first? The FEL is a must have item.

Sent from my OkieJoePonyPhone

Maul and wedges.  Just keep splitting off burnable
pieces until it is
gone.

If the wood is right and you are GOOD, you can split
faster with a 4 lb
double bit axe.  That's what I did, but on the tough
stuff, I still had to
use the maul and wedges.  THe axe was 2-4 times more
productive.


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Re: [MBZ] tractor list

2015-06-08 Thread Dan Penoff via Mercedes
I spent high school weekends in the fall every year taking down trees and 
cutting/splitting the lumber for next year's firewood. Mostly oak and cherry. 
Hard stuff.

I still have the Monster Maul my Dad bought in 1969. I just gave the Tuttle 
tooth two man saw away a few years ago. With two people who had their act 
together you could go through the hardest with that like buttah.

Dan

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On Jun 6, 2015, at 12:14 AM, Curly McLain via Mercedes mercedes@okiebenz.com 
wrote:

 Loading firewood is one of the things I'm especially interested in having an 
 FEL for. Dad is probably going to start spending a lot more time at camp now 
 that he's retired and I'll be processing wood for him. I'll probably also 
 get a splitter to put on the 3pt. Actually with that I might split the wood 
 right where I drop the tree...
 -Curt
 
 When I was in HS and Jr High, i cut and split a lot of oak.  I sawed em up 
 and split them right there.  loaded em on a low trailer and hauled em in.  
 Then unloaded into stacks or ricks.
 
 THen load onto the truck and haul it to town, and unload, and in some cases, 
 we had to stack it all into ricks too.  All for $35 a load. (3-4 pickup 
 loads)   $5 a face cord.
 
 I got my first car with wood money, and my 760 Remington 6mm, and some other 
 stuff.
 
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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-08 Thread Randy Bennell via Mercedes

You need a bigger wood splitter.

RB

On 05/06/2015 11:16 PM, Curly McLain via Mercedes wrote:
Speaking of splitting wood I have not done this in many years. I got 
I split all this wood from this tree. The big chunks I looked today 
are something like 2 feet across. How do you split those? Do I need 
to chain saw them in half first? The FEL is a must have item.


Sent from my OkieJoePonyPhone


Maul and wedges.  Just keep splitting off burnable pieces until it is 
gone.


If the wood is right and you are GOOD, you can split faster with a 4 
lb double bit axe.  That's what I did, but on the tough stuff, I still 
had to use the maul and wedges.  THe axe was 2-4 times more productive.



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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-06 Thread Scott Ritchey via Mercedes
Mine is a DK45s, 2006 model.  It's the model before the current DKxxSE
models.  Dealer access is important, especially with a new (i.e in warranty)
machine.  Recommend you scan posts on the Kioti owner/operator section of
Tractor By Net (http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/kioti-owning-operating/),
maybe even solicit advice from other CK owners.  WRT size, many owners
traded up to a bigger tractor after using a smaller one.  The main advantage
of smaller machines is maneuvering in tight quarters (like in the woods).
In the final analysis, the right size depends on what you need to do with
the tractor.  About that backhoe, you may get a better deal if you but it at
the same time as the tractor.

 -Original Message-
 From: Mercedes [mailto:mercedes-boun...@okiebenz.com] On Behalf Of Curt
 Raymond via Mercedes
 Sent: Saturday, June 06, 2015 12:45 AM
 To: Diesel List
 Cc: Curt Raymond
 Subject: Re: [MBZ] tractor
 
 Which Kioti do you have? I'm leaning toward the CK27. I'm taking the
advice to
 go oversized and not get the 20. I don't think we'll do a backhoe but you
never
 know.
 
 I like that there's a dealer near camp and one near my house. I'm kind of
 thinking I'd keep it at my place for the summer. Probably won't get more
than
 150 hours a year either way...
 
 
 Curt
 
 
 
 Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android
 
 From:Scott Ritchey via Mercedes mercedes@okiebenz.com Date:Fri, Jun
 5, 2015 at 11:34 PM
 Subject:Re: [MBZ] tractor
 
 If you use it frequently, you won't regret getting a real pallet fork with
a quick-
 attach interface.  My loader has the skid-steer quick attach interface but
I
 think John Deere has their own version of something similar.  The
quick-attach
 makes changing buckets, forks, etc. very fast and easy.
 
 By the way, there is an aftermarket grease gun coupler called LocknLube,
 which I highly recommend (available from Amazon and others).  It's
overpriced
 ($30) but worth it.  All the grease goes into the fitting.  On my Kioti,
the loader
 gets greased every 10 hours, the mower every 20, and everything else every
50
 hours; so a good coupler saves a little grease and a lot of mess.
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
  Sent: Friday, June 05, 2015 10:47 PM
 
  I'm thinking I'm going to get that more expensive style I sent that
 replaces the
  bucket. I noticed they have a bunch of different versions of that
 depending on
  what you want doz
 
  Sent from my iPhone
 
   On Jun 5, 2015, at 9:44 PM, Scott Ritchey via Mercedes
  mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:
  
   The clamp-on forks are useful but with two drawbacks:  (1) you can't
   see what you are doing when the bucket blocks your view and (2) you
   will bend the bucket if you overload them (the loader is stronger
   than the lip of the bucket).
  
   Still they are quite useful for the money.  I got a set just to
   unload palletized deliveries to my farm.  The driver just pulls off
   the road, moves the pallet to the back of the truck with his pallet
   jack, and I slip the forks under he pallet to unload.  You may want
   back ballast (like a mower or box blade) to lift heavier stuff with
the loader.
   For several reasons, you don't want the back wheels to leave the
ground.
  
   While visiting my brother-in-law's farm in Virginia, he introduced
   me to a new term:  tractor envy.
  
   -Original Message-
   From: Mercedes [mailto:mercedes-boun...@okiebenz.com] On Behalf Of
   Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
   Sent: Friday, June 05, 2015 9:47 PM
   To: Mercedes Discussion List
   Cc: Kaleb C. Striplin
   Subject: [MBZ] tractor
  
   I think this tractor is one of the best things since sliced bread.
   Today
   at old okie
   acres I used it to load up a HUGE tree that blew down that I cut up.
   Later at
   home I used it to move 124 around. While the FEL wont lift the
   front of a
   124
   off the ground, it will lift it up enough then I can push it to
   where I
   want.  I
   managed to screw up the already broken front bumper air dam a
   little more with the front bucket.  So I am now thinking about
   buying some bucket
   forks
   which I could use to load engines that I am fixing to start moving,
   and
   when
   moving cars can get the forks up under front of the car and lift.
  
   I am looking at these clamp on type like this which are cheap:
  
   http://www.amazon.com/Pallet-bucket-loaders-tractors-
   steers/dp/B002ITHNWY/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8qid=1433555093sr=8-
   4keywords=bucket+forks
  
   But thinking I should pony up more money and get this setup, which
   the bucket detaches from the FEL and you attach this, looks like it
   would work
   a
   lot better
  
   http://www.amazon.com/Titan-Pallet-Attachment-Deere-
   Loaders/dp/B00A1D103W/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8qid=1433555181sr=8-
   13keywords=bucket+forks
  
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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-06 Thread Curt Raymond via Mercedes
That fits with other advice I've gotten. I've also read to go up on power with 
a hydro tractor which is why I'm thinking the 27 instead of the 20. Smaller 
size is important to us for mowing around trees.

I'm thinking maybe loader backhoe and bush hog but I could probably give up the 
backhoe.

Curt

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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Curly McLain via Mercedes



But thinking I should pony up more money and get this setup, which 
the bucket detaches from the FEL and you attach this, looks like it 
would work a lot better


http://www.amazon.com/Titan-Pallet-Attachment-Deere-Loaders/dp/B00A1D103W/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8qid=1433555181sr=8-13keywords=bucket+forks



You got that right!

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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Curt Raymond via Mercedes
Which Kioti do you have? I'm leaning toward the CK27. I'm taking the advice to 
go oversized and not get the 20. I don't think we'll do a backhoe but you never 
know. 

I like that there's a dealer near camp and one near my house. I'm kind of 
thinking I'd keep it at my place for the summer. Probably won't get more than 
150 hours a year either way...


Curt



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From:Scott Ritchey via Mercedes mercedes@okiebenz.com
Date:Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 11:34 PM
Subject:Re: [MBZ] tractor

If you use it frequently, you won't regret getting a real pallet fork with a
quick-attach interface.  My loader has the skid-steer quick attach interface
but I think John Deere has their own version of something similar.  The
quick-attach makes changing buckets, forks, etc. very fast and easy.

By the way, there is an aftermarket grease gun coupler called LocknLube,
which I highly recommend (available from Amazon and others).  It's
overpriced ($30) but worth it.  All the grease goes into the fitting.  On my
Kioti, the loader gets greased every 10 hours, the mower every 20, and
everything else every 50 hours; so a good coupler saves a little grease and
a lot of mess.

 -Original Message-
 From: Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
 Sent: Friday, June 05, 2015 10:47 PM
 
 I'm thinking I'm going to get that more expensive style I sent that
replaces the
 bucket. I noticed they have a bunch of different versions of that
depending on
 what you want doz
 
 Sent from my iPhone
 
  On Jun 5, 2015, at 9:44 PM, Scott Ritchey via Mercedes
 mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:
 
  The clamp-on forks are useful but with two drawbacks:  (1) you can't
  see what you are doing when the bucket blocks your view and (2) you
  will bend the bucket if you overload them (the loader is stronger than
  the lip of the bucket).
 
  Still they are quite useful for the money.  I got a set just to unload
  palletized deliveries to my farm.  The driver just pulls off the road,
  moves the pallet to the back of the truck with his pallet jack, and I
  slip the forks under he pallet to unload.  You may want back ballast
  (like a mower or box blade) to lift heavier stuff with the loader.
  For several reasons, you don't want the back wheels to leave the ground.
 
  While visiting my brother-in-law's farm in Virginia, he introduced me
  to a new term:  tractor envy.
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Mercedes [mailto:mercedes-boun...@okiebenz.com] On Behalf Of
  Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
  Sent: Friday, June 05, 2015 9:47 PM
  To: Mercedes Discussion List
  Cc: Kaleb C. Striplin
  Subject: [MBZ] tractor
 
  I think this tractor is one of the best things since sliced bread.
  Today
  at old okie
  acres I used it to load up a HUGE tree that blew down that I cut up.
  Later at
  home I used it to move 124 around. While the FEL wont lift the front
  of a
  124
  off the ground, it will lift it up enough then I can push it to where
  I
  want.  I
  managed to screw up the already broken front bumper air dam a little
  more with the front bucket.  So I am now thinking about buying some
  bucket
  forks
  which I could use to load engines that I am fixing to start moving,
  and
  when
  moving cars can get the forks up under front of the car and lift.
 
  I am looking at these clamp on type like this which are cheap:
 
  http://www.amazon.com/Pallet-bucket-loaders-tractors-
  steers/dp/B002ITHNWY/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8qid=1433555093sr=8-
  4keywords=bucket+forks
 
  But thinking I should pony up more money and get this setup, which
  the bucket detaches from the FEL and you attach this, looks like it
  would work
  a
  lot better
 
  http://www.amazon.com/Titan-Pallet-Attachment-Deere-
  Loaders/dp/B00A1D103W/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8qid=1433555181sr=8-
  13keywords=bucket+forks
 
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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
I'm thinking I'm going to get that more expensive style I sent that replaces 
the bucket. I noticed they have a bunch of different versions of that depending 
on what you want doz

Sent from my iPhone

 On Jun 5, 2015, at 9:44 PM, Scott Ritchey via Mercedes 
 mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:
 
 The clamp-on forks are useful but with two drawbacks:  (1) you can't see
 what you are doing when the bucket blocks your view and (2) you will bend
 the bucket if you overload them (the loader is stronger than the lip of the
 bucket).  
 
 Still they are quite useful for the money.  I got a set just to unload
 palletized deliveries to my farm.  The driver just pulls off the road, moves
 the pallet to the back of the truck with his pallet jack, and I slip the
 forks under he pallet to unload.  You may want back ballast (like a mower or
 box blade) to lift heavier stuff with the loader.  For several reasons, you
 don't want the back wheels to leave the ground.
 
 While visiting my brother-in-law's farm in Virginia, he introduced me to a
 new term:  tractor envy.
 
 -Original Message-
 From: Mercedes [mailto:mercedes-boun...@okiebenz.com] On Behalf Of
 Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
 Sent: Friday, June 05, 2015 9:47 PM
 To: Mercedes Discussion List
 Cc: Kaleb C. Striplin
 Subject: [MBZ] tractor
 
 I think this tractor is one of the best things since sliced bread. Today
 at old okie
 acres I used it to load up a HUGE tree that blew down that I cut up.
 Later at
 home I used it to move 124 around. While the FEL wont lift the front of a
 124
 off the ground, it will lift it up enough then I can push it to where I
 want.  I
 managed to screw up the already broken front bumper air dam a little more
 with the front bucket.  So I am now thinking about buying some bucket
 forks
 which I could use to load engines that I am fixing to start moving, and
 when
 moving cars can get the forks up under front of the car and lift.
 
 I am looking at these clamp on type like this which are cheap:
 
 http://www.amazon.com/Pallet-bucket-loaders-tractors-
 steers/dp/B002ITHNWY/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8qid=1433555093sr=8-
 4keywords=bucket+forks
 
 But thinking I should pony up more money and get this setup, which the
 bucket detaches from the FEL and you attach this, looks like it would work
 a
 lot better
 
 http://www.amazon.com/Titan-Pallet-Attachment-Deere-
 Loaders/dp/B00A1D103W/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8qid=1433555181sr=8-
 13keywords=bucket+forks
 
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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Scott Ritchey via Mercedes
If you use it frequently, you won't regret getting a real pallet fork with a
quick-attach interface.  My loader has the skid-steer quick attach interface
but I think John Deere has their own version of something similar.  The
quick-attach makes changing buckets, forks, etc. very fast and easy.

By the way, there is an aftermarket grease gun coupler called LocknLube,
which I highly recommend (available from Amazon and others).  It's
overpriced ($30) but worth it.  All the grease goes into the fitting.  On my
Kioti, the loader gets greased every 10 hours, the mower every 20, and
everything else every 50 hours; so a good coupler saves a little grease and
a lot of mess.

 -Original Message-
 From: Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
 Sent: Friday, June 05, 2015 10:47 PM
 
 I'm thinking I'm going to get that more expensive style I sent that
replaces the
 bucket. I noticed they have a bunch of different versions of that
depending on
 what you want doz
 
 Sent from my iPhone
 
  On Jun 5, 2015, at 9:44 PM, Scott Ritchey via Mercedes
 mercedes@okiebenz.com wrote:
 
  The clamp-on forks are useful but with two drawbacks:  (1) you can't
  see what you are doing when the bucket blocks your view and (2) you
  will bend the bucket if you overload them (the loader is stronger than
  the lip of the bucket).
 
  Still they are quite useful for the money.  I got a set just to unload
  palletized deliveries to my farm.  The driver just pulls off the road,
  moves the pallet to the back of the truck with his pallet jack, and I
  slip the forks under he pallet to unload.  You may want back ballast
  (like a mower or box blade) to lift heavier stuff with the loader.
  For several reasons, you don't want the back wheels to leave the ground.
 
  While visiting my brother-in-law's farm in Virginia, he introduced me
  to a new term:  tractor envy.
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Mercedes [mailto:mercedes-boun...@okiebenz.com] On Behalf Of
  Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
  Sent: Friday, June 05, 2015 9:47 PM
  To: Mercedes Discussion List
  Cc: Kaleb C. Striplin
  Subject: [MBZ] tractor
 
  I think this tractor is one of the best things since sliced bread.
  Today
  at old okie
  acres I used it to load up a HUGE tree that blew down that I cut up.
  Later at
  home I used it to move 124 around. While the FEL wont lift the front
  of a
  124
  off the ground, it will lift it up enough then I can push it to where
  I
  want.  I
  managed to screw up the already broken front bumper air dam a little
  more with the front bucket.  So I am now thinking about buying some
  bucket
  forks
  which I could use to load engines that I am fixing to start moving,
  and
  when
  moving cars can get the forks up under front of the car and lift.
 
  I am looking at these clamp on type like this which are cheap:
 
  http://www.amazon.com/Pallet-bucket-loaders-tractors-
  steers/dp/B002ITHNWY/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8qid=1433555093sr=8-
  4keywords=bucket+forks
 
  But thinking I should pony up more money and get this setup, which
  the bucket detaches from the FEL and you attach this, looks like it
  would work
  a
  lot better
 
  http://www.amazon.com/Titan-Pallet-Attachment-Deere-
  Loaders/dp/B00A1D103W/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8qid=1433555181sr=8-
  13keywords=bucket+forks
 
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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Curt Raymond via Mercedes
Loading firewood is one of the things I'm especially interested in having an 
FEL for. Dad is probably going to start spending a lot more time at camp now 
that he's retired and I'll be processing wood for him. I'll probably also get a 
splitter to put on the 3pt. Actually with that I might split the wood right 
where I drop the tree...
-Curt

  From: Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes mercedes@okiebenz.com
 To: Mercedes Discussion List mercedes@okiebenz.com 
Cc: Kaleb C. Striplin ka...@striplin.net 
 Sent: Friday, June 5, 2015 9:47 PM
 Subject: [MBZ] tractor
   
I think this tractor is one of the best things since sliced bread. Today 
at old okie acres I used it to load up a HUGE tree that blew down that I 
cut up.  Later at home I used it to move 124 around. While the FEL wont 
lift the front of a 124 off the ground, it will lift it up enough then I 
can push it to where I want.  I managed to screw up the already broken 
front bumper air dam a little more with the front bucket.  So I am now 
thinking about buying some bucket forks which I could use to load 
engines that I am fixing to start moving, and when moving cars can get 
the forks up under front of the car and lift.

I am looking at these clamp on type like this which are cheap:

http://www.amazon.com/Pallet-bucket-loaders-tractors-steers/dp/B002ITHNWY/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8qid=1433555093sr=8-4keywords=bucket+forks

But thinking I should pony up more money and get this setup, which the 
bucket detaches from the FEL and you attach this, looks like it would 
work a lot better

http://www.amazon.com/Titan-Pallet-Attachment-Deere-Loaders/dp/B00A1D103W/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8qid=1433555181sr=8-13keywords=bucket+forks

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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Jim Cathey via Mercedes

2 feet across. How do you split those?


With the splitter.  That's what I do.  (I never move the ram into
its horizontal position.)  I just chew around the edges with the
thing, it gets it done eventually.

-- Jim


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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
Speaking of splitting wood I have not done this in many years. I got I split 
all this wood from this tree. The big chunks I looked today are something like 
2 feet across. How do you split those? Do I need to chain saw them in half 
first? The FEL is a must have item.

Sent from my iPhone

 On Jun 5, 2015, at 8:50 PM, Curt Raymond via Mercedes mercedes@okiebenz.com 
 wrote:
 
 Loading firewood is one of the things I'm especially interested in having an 
 FEL for. Dad is probably going to start spending a lot more time at camp now 
 that he's retired and I'll be processing wood for him. I'll probably also get 
 a splitter to put on the 3pt. Actually with that I might split the wood right 
 where I drop the tree...
 -Curt
 
  From: Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes mercedes@okiebenz.com
 To: Mercedes Discussion List mercedes@okiebenz.com 
 Cc: Kaleb C. Striplin ka...@striplin.net 
 Sent: Friday, June 5, 2015 9:47 PM
 Subject: [MBZ] tractor
 
 I think this tractor is one of the best things since sliced bread. Today 
 at old okie acres I used it to load up a HUGE tree that blew down that I 
 cut up.  Later at home I used it to move 124 around. While the FEL wont 
 lift the front of a 124 off the ground, it will lift it up enough then I 
 can push it to where I want.  I managed to screw up the already broken 
 front bumper air dam a little more with the front bucket.  So I am now 
 thinking about buying some bucket forks which I could use to load 
 engines that I am fixing to start moving, and when moving cars can get 
 the forks up under front of the car and lift.
 
 I am looking at these clamp on type like this which are cheap:
 
 http://www.amazon.com/Pallet-bucket-loaders-tractors-steers/dp/B002ITHNWY/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8qid=1433555093sr=8-4keywords=bucket+forks
 
 But thinking I should pony up more money and get this setup, which the 
 bucket detaches from the FEL and you attach this, looks like it would 
 work a lot better
 
 http://www.amazon.com/Titan-Pallet-Attachment-Deere-Loaders/dp/B00A1D103W/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8qid=1433555181sr=8-13keywords=bucket+forks
 
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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Curly McLain via Mercedes
Loading firewood is one of the things I'm especially interested in 
having an FEL for. Dad is probably going to start spending a lot 
more time at camp now that he's retired and I'll be processing wood 
for him. I'll probably also get a splitter to put on the 3pt. 
Actually with that I might split the wood right where I drop the 
tree...

-Curt


When I was in HS and Jr High, i cut and split a lot of oak.  I sawed 
em up and split them right there.  loaded em on a low trailer and 
hauled em in.  Then unloaded into stacks or ricks.


THen load onto the truck and haul it to town, and unload, and in some 
cases, we had to stack it all into ricks too.  All for $35 a load. 
(3-4 pickup loads)   $5 a face cord.


I got my first car with wood money, and my 760 Remington 6mm, and 
some other stuff.


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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Curly McLain via Mercedes
Speaking of splitting wood I have not done this in many years. I got 
I split all this wood from this tree. The big chunks I looked today 
are something like 2 feet across. How do you split those? Do I need 
to chain saw them in half first? The FEL is a must have item.


Sent from my OkieJoePonyPhone


Maul and wedges.  Just keep splitting off burnable pieces until it is gone.

If the wood is right and you are GOOD, you can split faster with a 4 
lb double bit axe.  That's what I did, but on the tough stuff, I 
still had to use the maul and wedges.  THe axe was 2-4 times more 
productive.



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Re: [MBZ] tractor

2015-06-05 Thread Scott Ritchey via Mercedes
The clamp-on forks are useful but with two drawbacks:  (1) you can't see
what you are doing when the bucket blocks your view and (2) you will bend
the bucket if you overload them (the loader is stronger than the lip of the
bucket).  

Still they are quite useful for the money.  I got a set just to unload
palletized deliveries to my farm.  The driver just pulls off the road, moves
the pallet to the back of the truck with his pallet jack, and I slip the
forks under he pallet to unload.  You may want back ballast (like a mower or
box blade) to lift heavier stuff with the loader.  For several reasons, you
don't want the back wheels to leave the ground.

While visiting my brother-in-law's farm in Virginia, he introduced me to a
new term:  tractor envy.

 -Original Message-
 From: Mercedes [mailto:mercedes-boun...@okiebenz.com] On Behalf Of
 Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes
 Sent: Friday, June 05, 2015 9:47 PM
 To: Mercedes Discussion List
 Cc: Kaleb C. Striplin
 Subject: [MBZ] tractor
 
 I think this tractor is one of the best things since sliced bread. Today
at old okie
 acres I used it to load up a HUGE tree that blew down that I cut up.
Later at
 home I used it to move 124 around. While the FEL wont lift the front of a
124
 off the ground, it will lift it up enough then I can push it to where I
want.  I
 managed to screw up the already broken front bumper air dam a little more
 with the front bucket.  So I am now thinking about buying some bucket
forks
 which I could use to load engines that I am fixing to start moving, and
when
 moving cars can get the forks up under front of the car and lift.
 
 I am looking at these clamp on type like this which are cheap:
 
 http://www.amazon.com/Pallet-bucket-loaders-tractors-
 steers/dp/B002ITHNWY/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8qid=1433555093sr=8-
 4keywords=bucket+forks
 
 But thinking I should pony up more money and get this setup, which the
 bucket detaches from the FEL and you attach this, looks like it would work
a
 lot better
 
 http://www.amazon.com/Titan-Pallet-Attachment-Deere-
 Loaders/dp/B00A1D103W/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8qid=1433555181sr=8-
 13keywords=bucket+forks
 
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Re: [MBZ] tractor and musicians

2009-05-24 Thread RELNGSON
 ...So which one of the trio (or should that be quartet) are you Roger and
 will you be putting out a CD?..
 
I should be so talented. And the language is Hungarian.

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Re: [MBZ] tractor and musicians

2009-05-24 Thread Hendrik Fay

Yeah, I was kinda expecting to see them at the eurovision contest.

Hendrik

relng...@aol.com wrote:

...So which one of the trio (or should that be quartet) are you Roger and
will you be putting out a CD?..



I should be so talented. And the language is Hungarian.

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Re: [MBZ] Tractor music

2009-05-23 Thread Mountain Man
RLE wrote:
 http://fschnell.net/WordPress/?p=1094

from Frank?
mao

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Re: [MBZ] Tractor music

2009-05-23 Thread Hendrik Fay
So which one of the trio (or should that be quartet) are you Roger and 
will you be putting out a CD?


Hendrik
who can't get that tune out of his mind now

relng...@aol.com wrote:

http://fschnell.net/WordPress/?p=1094



  



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