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jon f mn

02-23-2021 02:06:05




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farmalldan4

02-23-2021 15:24:10




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 02-23-2021 02:06:05  
I saw a bumper sticker at a show one time that read "OLD TRACTORS NEVER DIE EXCEP ON SHOW DAY".


GRASS IS GREEN TRACTORS IS RED.

Dan



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coonie minnie

02-23-2021 04:57:37




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 02-23-2021 02:06:05  
Unfortunately, it happens with stuff under warranty, too. And then it's all the more frustrating... and concerning. Because in that case, it has you wondering "what's going to be left in 5 years?"



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svcummins

02-23-2021 05:43:32




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to coonie minnie, 02-23-2021 04:57:37  
Its the best when its 6 months outta warranty and you still owe a couple more years on the bank note



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omahagreg

02-23-2021 04:32:51




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 02-23-2021 02:06:05  
I am a trim carpenter. I have a Senco 18 gauge brad nailer that will not fire with one brad in the magazine! I realize shooting blanks is undesirable, but this is equally annoying!



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wheres waldo

02-23-2021 06:10:23




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to omahagreg, 02-23-2021 04:32:51  
I wonder if your 'pusher plate' is not allowing the last brad to sit squarely against the nose piece? BTW, good choice with the Senco; I have several nailers and a couple staplers that are going on 30 years old and STILL have parts available to rebuild. Only downside is the cheap knockoffs that can be purchased for less than the rebuild parts.



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svcummins

02-23-2021 03:46:16




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 02-23-2021 02:06:05  
Been there done that



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larry@stinescorner

02-23-2021 04:19:49




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to svcummins, 02-23-2021 03:46:16  
x2!!



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ranchingelec

02-23-2021 02:36:38




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 02-23-2021 02:06:05  
Nope... its the new stuff. There is a fault code, Call your nearest service technician because the machine will stay derated until they come and check it out. The classic tractor I can fix. .Yea!! Ill go to the field later that day when fixed. Not waiting until next week for the service technician to arrive. Ranch.



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svcummins

02-23-2021 03:46:00




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to ranchingelec, 02-23-2021 02:36:38  
Thats the truth see it all the time . Emissions sensor derated or some other sensor screwed up



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J Hamilton

02-23-2021 03:10:18




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to ranchingelec, 02-23-2021 02:36:38  
Exactly! It happens all the time with our newer equipment that has all the emissions stuff on it



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rrman61

02-23-2021 04:20:07




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to J Hamilton, 02-23-2021 03:10:18  
Yep I run a 420 cat backhoe at work.def tank sensor shows empty although it actually is 1/4 full it tells the computer this and the computer derates the engine.wonderful world of computers(sarcasm)



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J Hamilton

02-23-2021 05:37:44




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to rrman61, 02-23-2021 04:20:07  
Luckily we haven't had much trouble with our Cat equipment, our Doosan trackhoe is what has been the most troublesome, regen system on it.



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Larry EC-OH

02-23-2021 02:28:08




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 Re: Today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 02-23-2021 02:06:05  
Repeat as needed.........



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