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Old 09-05-2018, 09:05 AM
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Got this Lely done. Bought it from a friend in pretty bad shape. Made the ejector disc out of 1/4 thick stainless. Had the rest powdercoated except for the hopper. Painted it with a brush.








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Old 09-06-2018, 08:25 AM
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Brought the 4630 with me so I can go get new tires put on the back after work. Bad day Saturday with a stick and the right rear.
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Old 09-06-2018, 02:36 PM
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coming home for parts run this morning see a vehicle parted at the end of a driveway with hazards on..driver is on the phone looking at the house found out late we made the call to 911... which I look see smoke coming out the around the garage door... drove around the guy up the driveway, started walking around the house, find a sliding bay window, look inside there was light smoke inside still had 20' visibility .., found an open door get inside clear the house for occupants, no hot doors except the garage to house door.. fire was still contained in the garage, call couple local people, found the tenant(works for couple local farm families, was actually hauling grain to cargil) and land owner(local big farm family) got them notified, checked back later found the wires to the dryer was arcing out had a 220/50A breaker.. never got updated to a 220/40A (newer dryers use less current) wouldn't surprise me if some 4 legged rodents has something to do with bare wires



not so exciting stuff.... got some parts for my c3500HD
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Old 09-06-2018, 05:55 PM
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coming home for parts run this morning see a vehicle parted at the end of a driveway with hazards on..driver is on the phone looking at the house found out late we made the call to 911... which I look see smoke coming out the around the garage door... drove around the guy up the driveway, started walking around the house, find a sliding bay window, look inside there was light smoke inside still had 20' visibility .., found an open door get inside clear the house for occupants, no hot doors except the garage to house door.. fire was still contained in the garage, call couple local people, found the tenant(works for couple local farm families, was actually hauling grain to cargil) and land owner(local big farm family) got them notified, checked back later found the wires to the dryer was arcing out had a 220/50A breaker.. never got updated to a 220/40A (newer dryers use less current) wouldn't surprise me if some 4 legged rodents has something to do with bare wires


not so exciting stuff.... got some parts for my c3500HD
Guy at work many years ago had something similar happen. Older plugs were more prone to the aluminum wire having issues. I think corrosion gets them.
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Old 09-07-2018, 10:18 AM
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Old 09-07-2018, 12:40 PM
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You Could drop that off at my house, I have always wanted one of those. Is it a auto or a Manual?
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Old 09-07-2018, 12:58 PM
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You Could drop that off at my house, I have always wanted one of those. Is it a auto or a Manual?
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Old 09-07-2018, 05:48 PM
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We are now required to wear category 2 arc flash gear anytime we throw a knife switch, on or off. So to be on the safe side we fill our paperwork out in full ppe in case the paper bursts into flames
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Old 09-07-2018, 06:27 PM
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We are now required to wear category 2 arc flash gear anytime we throw a knife switch, on or off. So to be on the safe side we fill our paperwork out in full ppe in case the paper bursts into flames
Are those cut proof gloves? Paper can take a finger off if not careful. Also that tinted shield is nice so you don't get blinded by the light reflecting off the paper and trip causing you to fall into the switch gear.
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Airdog 150 on frame rail. Amsoil synthetics for lubrication, and dual Amsoil filters on the driver frame rail. PPE centrifuge install.
EGR blocked. PCV rerouted. Resonator blocked (reinstalled for looks). Bladerunner installed. Dead kitty by MBRP (front pipe) and down tube replaced with the MBRP (heat wrapped from the turbo down to the front pipe).
Performax Gauges by ISSPRO in pod over mirror and overhead console (console pod by PPE). Mike L Transmission.
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Old 09-07-2018, 06:37 PM
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Are those cut proof gloves? Paper can take a finger off if not careful. Also that tinted shield is nice so you don't get blinded by the light reflecting off the paper and trip causing you to fall into the switch gear.
If safety hears paper can cut a finger off we'll all be wearing leather gloves, all the time. Or they outlaw paper.. The part I like is the safety glasses worn under the face shield in this particular bag of ppe were so scratched you wouldn't be able to even find the switch let alone throw it..
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Maybe I missed it AZLML, but why do you have to wear that get-up in a warehouse?
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When I had my solar installed, one guy was wearing that when the panel was opened up. Nobody else was allowed around him.
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Maybe I missed it AZLML, but why do you have to wear that get-up in a warehouse?
It's an arc flash suit. Our new policy for flipping any knife switch on a 480v control cabinet is to be suited up. We had a panel blow the door off as it was energized at another site. We have about 15-20 control panels for all our various conveyance. Barriers must also be enforced for anyone not suited up around the cabinet. Standard practice for "high" voltage work.
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Nothing like doing a cam block seal on a dd15 in 106. Lol

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Old 09-08-2018, 04:35 AM
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It's an arc flash suit. Our new policy for flipping any knife switch on a 480v control cabinet is to be suited up. We had a panel blow the door off as it was energized at another site. We have about 15-20 control panels for all our various conveyance. Barriers must also be enforced for anyone not suited up around the cabinet. Standard practice for "high" voltage work.
I missed it and did not get to see the pictures, but power plant I was working at was doing commissioning work and had something in the cabinet come loose. When they racked it back in, the feed fork (technical term here) bent and went directly to ground. Since it was on the incoming feed to the breaker, big light show. I think it was 1350V motor feed. Luckily they were following the PPE procedures and not even an arc flash burn was reported. Probably new undies were needed, but not even a recordable for safety. Following the rules does work for some things.
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Banks super scoop, tubing, intercooler, and cat back with the IQ on the Window (for now). BD driver side Exhaust manifold.
Airdog 150 on frame rail. Amsoil synthetics for lubrication, and dual Amsoil filters on the driver frame rail. PPE centrifuge install.
EGR blocked. PCV rerouted. Resonator blocked (reinstalled for looks). Bladerunner installed. Dead kitty by MBRP (front pipe) and down tube replaced with the MBRP (heat wrapped from the turbo down to the front pipe).
Performax Gauges by ISSPRO in pod over mirror and overhead console (console pod by PPE). Mike L Transmission.
----Looking to do an onboard air with a set of truck air horns. Want Nathan K5LA's but not in the budget at the moment.----

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