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Don Rudolph

02-18-2006 11:12:09

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Anybody have trouble starting your Case this morning? -16 with stiff North wind here in NE WI.

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02-20-2006 06:13:58

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 Re: Starting in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-18-2006 11:12:09  
The Cases would start on our racnch in Northwestern Colorado down to about -20, but when it got colder it was only the John Deere R that would start. We ran 5wt oil cut with diesel in the pony motor. The pony motor would start then we would run it long enough to warm up the block in the big engine since it and the pony motor used a common water jacket then we would start the big diesel.

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02-18-2006 17:41:56

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 Re: Starting in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-18-2006 11:12:09  
-20 here in MN with 15mph NW wind. Yesterday's high was -8 & today was 4.
We're gaining 20 minutes of sun every day right now. Won't be long!
Sure hope that summer falls on a weekend this year!

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02-18-2006 16:45:07

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 Re: Starting in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-18-2006 11:12:09  
-15 degrees here in Eastern SD with a 25 MPH wind from the North. All 3 DC's started right up to feed cattle. 6 volt would not have done it this morning! DK

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Jim FL

02-18-2006 15:15:24

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 Re: Starting in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-18-2006 11:12:09  
Sure am glad that I'm in FL. It was 80 deg. and sunny here. Went out and pressure washed on my new project.

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02-18-2006 14:56:31

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 Re: Starting in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-18-2006 11:12:09  
24 below here in wyoming!! I dont know if case would start as I couldnt get myself started.

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Tom Railsback

02-18-2006 15:05:38

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 Re: Starting in reply to wilson, 02-18-2006 14:56:31  
Same up here in Montana, Powerstroke would not fire.

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02-18-2006 17:23:27

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 Re: Starting in reply to Tom Railsback, 02-18-2006 15:05:38  
+3 in nothern ind and dodge cummins started easy, i know case's would have started but too cold for me to go to shed

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jim handke

02-18-2006 12:19:46

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 Re: Starting in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-18-2006 11:12:09  
6 degrees here in N.E. Kansas with the same wind as yours. Didn"t have to start any tractors, but I didn"t think my small 4 cyl. in the car was going to start.

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