Recent content by SeeNebraska

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    Unimog Tires 20" rims. 12.5 r20

    i sent you a message
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    Unimog Tires 20" rims. 12.5 r20

    the michelin xl's i have are in fine shape (like new) except for the 1 i blew out the sidewall on last week. So my dilema is whether to buy a replacement michelin and a spare and spend the same amount on shipping them or go ahead and buy 5 of the Pirelli's and pay the same on shipping. If i'm...
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    Unimog Tires 20" rims. 12.5 r20

    would these be a good replacement for the stock tires? 335/80r20 Pirelli PS 22 16Ply (12.5R20) New Tires (41" tire)
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    Using my SEE for real work

    oh gotcha. Well i bought it to push snow and do this project. I dont want to replace a clutch either but i intend to use the machine :). I hope it can stand up to my abuse. I'm borrowing a skidloader to help get the loose dirt out for the remainder of the project. its just too slow to...
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    Using my SEE for real work

    feels fine, no smell. which part are you talking about? dragging the wall out?
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    Using my SEE for real work

    it is kind of heavy... lol
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    Using my SEE for real work

    I've been operating w/ the hoe deployed now and I agree with you all, it does feel better. the speed jumping back and forth between hoe and loader is so much better as well. here is a progress video.
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    Using my SEE for real work

    that little trick about reversing the lever at the last second works wonderful. Got it on my first try on flat ground with low rpms! I went ahead and did that about 10 more times tonight. I used to try to minimize how often i switch between backhoe and loader but after learning this trick i...
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    Using my SEE for real work

    so I have managed to latch it with the same method you show. I just didnt 'realize what I had done to accomplish it! after it happened i was thinking to myself, what did i just do that made it latch so nicely. I'll try this tonight!
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    Using my SEE for real work

    ya i wasn't thinking that it helps to stow it for CG, I was more thinking about that large mass hanging off the back maybe throwing off the balance on the springs. but honestly i just hadn't really thought about it much at all! i have a hard time getting the boom to raise enough to latch. it...
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    Using my SEE for real work

    so stow it far enough to get it to latch so it won't droop once i disengage the pto? getting it to latch is the hard part so once i got that far i never thought twice about the extra time to fold it up, i just assumed that was the better position but i'll try leaving it down. my plans are to...
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    Using my SEE for real work

    ya, i did a few searches for one but the price on this husqvarna one made it a better option for me.
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    Using my SEE for real work

    I bought this SEE after i got a quote from someone else to do the work!
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    Using my SEE for real work

    here is what I'm up to for the past couple of weeks. Feel free to tell me what I'm doing wrong :)
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    Removal of loader procedure

    I used an engine hoist / cherry picker with a chain through the square opening. First time breaking it loose took a bit but it popped loose before it lifted the wheels off the ground :)
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