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 01-25-2018, 20:21 Post: 197439
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The problem you are having is very common and easy to fix. You are encountering a voltage drop going thru all the safety switches. By the time it reaches the starter it doesn't have enough power to engage the starter all the time.

As a kid we had the same problem with our 1955 John Deere combine. Never figured it out, just towed to start it. That was a pain!

My Cub cadet had the same problem. We rewired it such that the current going thru the safety interlocks tripped a relay going directly to the starter. That way it gets 12 volts for sure instead of 8 or 9. Problem went away for atleast c 10 years now. A wiring diagram for the Cadet is posted as the last picture in my Yooperpete profile. Got that years ago from another Tractorpoint member. I have been away from the forum maybe 4- 6 years and have joined as a new member with different handle.






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 01-26-2018, 17:29 Post: 197443
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Dennis, it has been a long time since visiting the forum. It may have been 6-8 years now that I think about it. Shut down Bad River a few years back, but still have my main engineering business.

Doing ok, slowed down just a little; my excuse is, will be 70 next summer. Still have my old faithful Cub Cadet. Am driving a 2015 Ram Laramie 1500 instead of the F250. Just bought a 2017 Ford explorer. Continue to like my American brand vehicles. Sold my old rental farmhouse about 10 years ago but kept the acreage and have another homestead of about 2 acres with large garden.

Got into hog hunting a few years back and still collecting guns. Have taken some good vacation trips when work allows.

Last weekend was at Niagara Falls-Canadian side.






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 02-03-2018, 23:23 Post: 197469
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 05-18-2020, 11:47 Post: 199201
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I did the relay thing many years ago and it starts every time. My Cub-Cadet is a 1994 model and is still running strong with no problems.

I enjoy Hog hunting. I'm from Michigan and the feral hog population is almost non- existent. The local game farms are like shooting domestic animals.

My best experience was with a guide service that can be found on "hogswat.com". They are located in about South Central Alabama. These guys were awesome. They only night hunt and they supply the guns and ammo along with their service. A hunt is $500.00 per night. My hunt was several years ago. At the time they were using Daniel Defense AR's using .223/.556 rifles with 75 grain bullets. The small caliber AR has almost no recoil, so fast follow-up shots are possible. Hogs go down very hard! Their thermal scopes were military grade Armasights.

The hogs are found in open fields that feed in cornfields and pecan orchards. They are definitely wild animals and are not caged or fenced in and are not gamey tasting.

I hunted toward the end of February. A bad winter storm blew thru the I-75 corridor and was -20 degrees in Michigan when I left. I-75 was snow covered and later snow and rain covered. Travel on I-75 was down to 35 mph nearly the entire way. Kentucky had 4 inches of snow with about 2" of rain on top. The following night I hunted, I-75 was shut down in Tennessee from ice.

My guide was Lee. The weather was overcast. If I got more than 30 feet behind Lee, I couldn't see him in the darkness. The thermal scope allowed me to clearly see beyond 300 yards.

Hogs can run about 35 mph. My first shot was a standing shot and nearly broadside toward my left about 100 yards and went thru its heart. It spun around running nearly perpendicular to me toward my right. The second was a lung shot. After that it ran directly away from me. At that point, target size was about the size of a 5 gallon pail bottom. It jigged and jagged while running and I hit it 3 more times. At about 100 yards away it flipped over and was dead. So, I was 5 for 5 in less than 10 seconds.

They generally recommend more than one evening hunt. I only hunted for one night. You should have multiple encounters. If you don't get one, you are a bad shot!

Lee drove an older 4 wheel drive van and we vehicle stalked around many farm fields and orchards. He had a thermal handheld monocle that was tethered to a screen near the rearview mirror mount of the windshield. So I could see what he was seeing as we searched.

Be careful of the many scam artists in Florida and Texas. The hogswat guys are awesome. You will be spoiled with the thermal scope. Hunting in the dark is difficult at first and requires some getting used to.






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