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Old 12-10-2009, 07:00 AM
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yep fixed it the next day had 2 replace 2 shift solenoids. They werent bad but I messed them up when I dropped the pan the first time


lol ok
Oh, thats not bad. atleast it wasnt something real bad. I asked cause I saw the tranny light on in one of those pics.. Might've been cause you just started it.

To bad you had to pay for another filter and fluid..
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Old 12-10-2009, 09:26 AM
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How about that snow? Haha, what snow. I wish we lived somewhere where it would snow.

How hard was it to set up dual batteries? Seems like a good idea.
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Old 12-10-2009, 10:53 AM
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Oh, thats not bad. atleast it wasnt something real bad. I asked cause I saw the tranny light on in one of those pics.. Might've been cause you just started it.

To bad you had to pay for another filter and fluid..
If its the picture of the switches a page or so back the lights on because the truck isn't running. Look at the rpm's
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Old 12-10-2009, 07:26 PM
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Dual setup looks good.
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Oh, thats not bad. atleast it wasnt something real bad. I asked cause I saw the tranny light on in one of those pics.. Might've been cause you just started it.

To bad you had to pay for another filter and fluid..
yeah its cause its not running but key is in. It just sucked dropping the pan cause its in a tight spot. I was able to save most of the fluid and didnt have to change the filter or gasket becasue I really didnt go no where but up the road and back so the tranny never really got warm
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How about that snow? Haha, what snow. I wish we lived somewhere where it would snow.

How hard was it to set up dual batteries? Seems like a good idea.
yeah snowed all day and nothing land but every municalpality salted? Every truck with salters and plows were out also lol snow will come soon I hope as I am done with classes for this semester!

well putit this way wasn't as easy as I though batter just fit in there but now that I know how to do it I am sure it will go much faster next time
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If its the picture of the switches a page or so back the lights on because the truck isn't running. Look at the rpm's
yep good eye
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Old 12-10-2009, 07:30 PM
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Brad, how much $$ did it run you for the dual batt setup? cables, tray and batt.'s included? sorry if you said it earlier I just dont want to dig through endless pages to find it lol
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Old 12-10-2009, 07:44 PM
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Yeah, I might want to add dual batteries to my truck in the future. Just seems like a good idea even though I don't plow.
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Old 12-10-2009, 07:58 PM
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Brad, how much $$ did it run you for the dual batt setup? cables, tray and batt.'s included? sorry if you said it earlier I just dont want to dig through endless pages to find it lol
well 2 batteries were 80 a piece so thats 160. Cables were free they were welding lead, those cables are tough to find and usually a bit pricey. I brought a plastic tray from the auto store but it just wasnt sturdy enough so I fabed a metal one. The hold down was like $10 from the auto store. and the cable ends were like $5 a pack so I only had like $175-$200 in it.
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Yeah, I might want to add dual batteries to my truck in the future. Just seems like a good idea even though I don't plow.
yep they are nice let me know I could help you if you wanted I got a welder so we could fab up the tray, you just gotta find some wire for it.
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If its the picture of the switches a page or so back the lights on because the truck isn't running. Look at the rpm's
well I didnt look that far, just saw the light!
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Old 12-10-2009, 08:09 PM
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yep they are nice let me know I could help you if you wanted I got a welder so we could fab up the tray, you just gotta find some wire for it.
Yeah, maybe next fall after we slow down. I don't have the money for it unless I get some more work here pretty soon.

Hey, let me know if you come across any used 48" ish mowers in you travels. I need to expand next season.
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Old 12-10-2009, 08:55 PM
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Yeah, maybe next fall after we slow down. I don't have the money for it unless I get some more work here pretty soon.

Hey, let me know if you come across any used 48" ish mowers in you travels. I need to expand next season.
ok will do!
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