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 09-14-2003, 10:48 Post: 63841
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I have added a new feature to the right side block which lists all questions in the last four months that have gone unanswered.

Once again a big thankyou goes out to Harvey on this one. Great idea!

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 09-14-2003, 11:55 Post: 63843
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That's a great feature! We'll all have to be sure not to reply with not-very-helpful answers until a substantive response has been posted first.






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 09-14-2003, 13:42 Post: 63849
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Who's Harvey? The invisible rabbit? Sounds like my suggestion.
What about the other question of spec tables? I can collect the data if everyone helps. I would provide you with a list of data needed if possible and you can send it on your tractor. I would prefer the data from manuals if possible. What format is best for you Dennis?






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 09-14-2003, 13:50 Post: 63851
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Peters, count me in on the spec thing. I can provide all specs for the JD 4310 and have all the service and parts manuals as well.






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 09-14-2003, 14:52 Post: 63854
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I have the JD 755-955 manual and the 60, 70 and 70 A loaders. I was thinking of adding common FELs as that is the way most tractors are purchased. It would also give us a leg up on anything on the web.
Ken do you have the 419 specs too?






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 09-14-2003, 14:55 Post: 63855
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No, but I have the 430 specs. I'm pretty sure most folks here will contribute the specs of their machines when known. It sure would be a great feature to add to tractorpoint.






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 09-14-2003, 18:07 Post: 63861
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Peters,

I know you had this idea on specs a long time ago. I spent some time last week working on the 2003 4wd hydro models of Deere,Kubota and NH.

I will send each of you a copy and you can give me some feedback, it will be in an Excel spreadheet.

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 09-14-2003, 18:58 Post: 63866
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Peters,

whoooops! Sorry for the oversight, yeah not Harvey on this one, thanks for your thoughtful idea!!

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 09-15-2003, 02:51 Post: 63877
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Peters I was scratching my head too.






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Dennis, since some of the posts in the new unanswered questions box have several replies I am curious how the system determines when a question remains unanswered. For example, there's a post that's entitled "Kohler engine vs. B&S for riders" that has at three follow-ups yet it shows up as unanswered.






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