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 07-15-2004, 21:43 Post: 91032
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 DRankin - I need your advise on wheel wieghts

DRankin - I was advised to seek your knowledge & experience with wheel wieghts. I own a Kubota 3130 with R4 tires & would like to add rear wieght with wheel weights but dont have any room to spare on my trailer as far as adding width. Can you possibly post a pic of yours & tell me where I could get some wheel wieghts that wouldnt stick out past the width of the tire?
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 07-15-2004, 22:46 Post: 91040
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 DRankin - I need your advise on wheel wieghts

Not DR but would help to know the type of tires. Normally at least two sets can be added on the outside and some rims will allow two more on the inside of each tire and still be flush with rim.






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 07-15-2004, 23:13 Post: 91042
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When the sun comes back up...... if the smoke is not too bad, I will post some pics for you.






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 07-15-2004, 23:18 Post: 91043
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 DRankin - I need your advise on wheel wieghts

Mark, is your home or property in any danger?






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 07-16-2004, 07:11 Post: 91062
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The tires/ rims are: all traction utility size 420/70 - 24






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 07-16-2004, 07:53 Post: 91065
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Mark, I was watching the coverage out of CC, I'm hoping it's downwind of you and stays that way.

Best of luck.






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 07-16-2004, 08:59 Post: 91081
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A couple of nights back when it was threatening the downtown area I was beginning to worry. They can't even begin to predict containment. It goes where it wants and when the wind comes up in the afternoon it has been spreading in four directions at once.

The winds have pushed it away... north and west .... for the moment. It may burn over the ridge today and into the Tahoe basin. If it does go over the ridge on into the sacred "old growth" your may hear the howls without the aid of satellite transmissions.

There has been a battle with the E-Wackos for years about clearing out the dead stuff and the underbrush. Now 7 years of drought on top of 50 years of stupidity may solve the issue. I wonder if you can get an injunction against a wildfire?







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 07-16-2004, 09:02 Post: 91084
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Try the wild idiots! They have VERY DEEP pockets and need to look at both sides. I think it would be a good wake up call for them.






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 07-16-2004, 09:52 Post: 91093
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Mark, you certainly can get an 'injunction against a wildfire', in fact the best ones in the world are made right here in Canada, eh? See the link below.

If you ever get see one of these babies up close and personal they sure are impressive, I got a ride in one at an air show here in Toronto a few years back. It can scoop up 1,600 US gallons of water as it skims along 6' above a body of water at 100+ mph. They can even blend in fire suppressants like foam enroute to the drop zone. That water gets laid down from 100' above the tree tops, the precision is unbelievable. If the conditions are right, water closeby, etc., it can drop 64,000 US gallons in under 4 hours without refuelling.

Let's hope NV Government has asked the Cannuck Government to borrow one this week.

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 07-16-2004, 10:10 Post: 91097
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We have six heavy lift Helios with buckets that size working the fire now and two big 4 engine bombers.

The reason we have lost so few houses is those choppers are assigned to douse the flair-ups near any structures.... if they can see through the smoke.

We are having some trouble finding water sources deep enough to completely fill the buckets when dipped. The most available source is a large lake that is only 3-4 feet deep.






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