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Custom Knives / Re: Big knives revisited
« Last post by wolfy on Yesterday at 08:51:03 PM »
VERY generous of you, 1066, but I would never do something like that.....what if I screwed it up?  I'd feel like crap if I couldn't replace it. :'(   I think I?m actually going to get one of my very own to mess with, IF my personal blade-smith comes through with a nice copy......and I'm almost certain he will if I keep goading him along for a few more months. ;D
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I have to admit that it's the first one I've ever seen. :P   Looks like a great tool, though!  :chopwood:
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That's a neat one dancan.  You don't see those much with the heal point like that for moving and lifting the wood.  Very cool!
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Custom Knives / Re: Big knives revisited
« Last post by 1066vik on Yesterday at 06:36:48 PM »
big knife with a tracker flair?
TM Hunt M-18.


and Wolfy - if you want to mess with a custom Hudson Bay type blade, shoot me a PM with your address and I can loan you my JK HBXL.
 
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Did I show you guys this one ?



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DIY and Homemade Gear / Re: quick attach snowplow mount.
« Last post by wolfy on Yesterday at 05:09:13 PM »
Loaders are notoriously hard on tractors, especially when people start using them for tasks above what they were designed to handle.  Unfortunately, almost everything we do with them turns out to be something that is.  You probably did not get an instruction book with it, but it it would behoove you to try and find one.  The book will tell you what to avoid and the capacity & its limits.  Add-on blades and larger capacity buckets than the loader and tractor were designed for are both to be avoided.  I guess I should have mentioned that earlier. ;D
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General Discussion / Re: Hey, you music guys. Anybody got this problem?
« Last post by hayshaker on Yesterday at 04:56:57 PM »
when i was in HS i had a bus driver who was a bass player
with the amboy dukes back in  the day. a dyed in the wool hippie.
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DIY and Homemade Gear / Re: quick attach snowplow mount.
« Last post by xj35s on Yesterday at 04:09:48 PM »
 >:( NO! No! No! OOOOOOOOO!!!! Dang it all!!!

Remember back when I was going to buy this I said, People expect too much and over work their machine? Yes, I did.

My welds held fine and the plow functioned perfectly. Until the right outer axle housing cracked. I heard it and got off the machine to check all my welds. They were fine. Then the right front wheel stopped going round. Oh look, gear oil.everywhere.

Just a $300 OOPS! Um, I'll be using just the loader bucket for the rest of the winter. :-\ :-[
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General Discussion / Re: All your good American made stuffs.
« Last post by wolfy on Yesterday at 02:21:18 PM »
 :rofl: :cheers:
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General Discussion / Re: All your good American made stuffs.
« Last post by Moe M. on Yesterday at 12:57:21 PM »
Moe, you might enjoy seeing THE FOUNDER, starring Michael Keaton.  It is the story of Ray Kroc's purchasing and ROBOTICIZING the McDonald's fast food industry in its infancy AND screwing the two McDonald brothers out of any and all royalties he had promised them for the already franchised businesses they had worked so hard to create. >:D

  I like Romance movies,  If I want to see people screwing other people and getting screwed themselves, murder, mayhem, and other forms of mischief all I have to do is watch cable news, or tune in to the Vikings.  (grin) 

Now I get it......you love living in your own fantasy world! :lol:

  Actually, you aren't too far off from the truth,  it's my reality and I'm happy with it.

  One of my many sayings is "This is my world, if you don't like it, get the hell out of it".
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