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 02-12-2008, 17:02 Post: 151286
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I've seen it here before where people are thinking that the coolent temp gauge on a Kubota reads cold. So with it 22 degree's outside and engine warmed enough to cook you out of the curtis soft side cab the temp gauge was at the top of the C and the engine temp was 170 degree's on the top radiator hose. This was after about thirty minutes of driveway clearing with the loader and a ten minute warm-up. Cab was comfortable after the first two passes and the gloves came off and the jacket unzipped.






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 02-13-2008, 10:08 Post: 151304
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I have found the same thing with our machines.

I think it's just a quirk with the range of those gauges which aren't labeled in digits so other than 'C' or 'H' you don't know what it's reading.

Mine was barely off the end post this morning but I had the heat turned way down and the A/C compressor running to defog the windows and it was still hot enough that poor old Deputy Dog was panting away.

I nearly sheared off half the garden though when I flushed a jack rabbit out from under a spruce tree along the driveway and the mutt decided to go crazy in the cab trying to get at him, but that's a whole 'nuther story.

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 02-13-2008, 12:21 Post: 151310
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Murf, didn't anyone ever tell ya dogs can't drive tractors.

reminds me of when I used to push a police k-9 he had a real hi prey drive, he'd love to chase anything man or beast, I had to keep the cage door shut and locked or he'd be in the front seat diving out the window across my body when he saw someone along the road.

oops sorry sir, i know you were waiting on the bus, but my dog thought you were a bad guy when he latched on...






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 02-13-2008, 12:33 Post: 151312
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Randy, have a look at my picture # 4, Deputy Dog is the one on the left.

That tug-toy isn't the only thing that gets that treatment. He has left a 'lasting impression' on all sorts of critters, both 4 legged and 2.

If it has an engine, moves under it's own power, and I'm at the controls, be it tractor, truck, car, boat, airplane or anything else, he had better be on board or all heck breaks loose!!!!

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 02-13-2008, 13:20 Post: 151314
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Cool dogs, as I understand they are great... I have a few but none of the current like to travel, some of my previous loved it, but now if I take em along I have to clean puke, kinda takes the fun outta it so they stay home.






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 02-13-2008, 15:48 Post: 151321
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Somewhere I have a video my (then) wife took out the window of the plane while I was in a very tight orbit on station over a friends place.

Clearly visible in the rear view mirror is Deputy Dog 'standing' with 2 feet on the side window, and the other two on the headliner, tail wagging to beat the band enjoying the view. He is so used to the centrifugal force that he just walks up the wall and across the roof. I used to put him in a harness but he doesn't like it. He prefers floating loose, he often hovers during steep dives or drops from turbulence, doesn't even phase him, if it's not an abrupt change he doesn't even wake up sometimes.

My girlfriend on the other hand, not nearly as calm.....

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 02-13-2008, 16:10 Post: 151324
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You've got to get a picture of deputy dog walking across the roof. That I've got to see!






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I'd like to see that too...






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 02-13-2008, 16:55 Post: 151329
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Ok, I'll have to do some digging around.

In the interim, this is one a friend sent me, it's not me or my dog, but just another example of the same deal, dogs either don't seem to mind it, or get real sick, no middle ground.

Enjoy the chuckle.

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 02-14-2008, 01:27 Post: 151342
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Man am I on tractor point or not. Are the b7800's running cold or not? I have changed my thermostat and it still low.

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