Find a Vacuum Leak - Engine Answerman
Successful Farming’s Engine Answerman, Ray Bohacz, shows you how to find the vacuum leak in a gasoline engine. From Show #801here today to discuss how to find a vacuum leak in the gasoline engine . Putting gasoline engines experienced a vacuum leak. We'll have a number of different symptoms of a rough final and unstable oil and the lack of power and also will miss fire from the tailpipe. The first thing he would do would be to determine if the engine truly has a vacuum leak and that is the course of the rough running condition. The easiest and quickest way to determine that would beat Detroit could choke the air intake system some way. If you choke the system with your hand. And he engine picks up for north PM what's moved out then
Crankenstein - Ageless Iron
Dave Mowitz travels to Huntsville, Utah to visit a collection featuring a one-of-a-kind Farmwell F-6 Economy Dearing with a few custom additions. From Show #801engine hooked on I hate to say it but it's got a John Deere plow handle further. Lambert a poll in the belt pulley to get it strong run. And wheels are probably look like old farm all wheels then there are original farm all wheels a make. They've got the original road bans on him which is really hard to fought they are are defined. And then the starter that you richly were hand cranking at that got a little hazardous or you. Improvise a starter system for this they consist of what it's a Ford long
Rough Terrain Forklifts - SteelDeals
Are you looking into getting a forklift? Dave Mowitz gives you the details on purchasing a rough-terrain forklift for outdoor use. From Show #801mean. 6000 able to do and that is OK. Okay yeah. 6008. White House seem like I'm. It's. 866. Pounds man it's. Six days and I was not. It's big. So the newer Jaycee be brought
Weed Roller - All Around the Farm
See how this farmer from Hankinson, North Dakota built the weed roller. An absorbent rolling carpet distributes the liquid from an attached tank. From Show #801Hello my name is Jeff Collison live outside of Davidson North Dakota . And wanna tell you about a week ago. I came off the idea for the lead roller. From us commercial enough available but it's only build than a four foot wide web and needed something a little wider. You go down between country. Departure and this is made out of business they steel drum sixteen inches in diameter. What they. Absorbent carpet construed to have been above that. There's a tank that holds the liquid that I use from that tank. It goes down to a three quarter inch PVC pipe . In which I have hole she 116. Inch in diameter. Drill. Every inch and a half across the plastic. Liquid basically goes
Higher Ground - Top Shops
Machinery and Technology Director, Dave Mowitz, visits Joe Zumwalt’s shop in Warwaw, Illinois. Zumwalt built his shop on higher ground after a devastating flood destroyed his previous shop. From Show #801around and faced at south during the summer when you have the warm breezes out of the south on the way else. I thought it would have kept warmed up my shop a little bit more
Machinery Show - November 6
Season 8 premiere! This week on the Machinery Show, Dave Mowitz heads to a huge consignment auction to see what rough terrain forklifts are selling for. We feature a homemade weed roller from North Dakota on all around the farm, and talk about homemade! wait until you see the antique tractor amachinery show gave militants to a huge consignment auction to see what rough terrain forklifts are selling for. We feature home is weak roller from North Dakota on all around form and talk about home a week into the season antique tractor collector in time that they don't even with the engineered through in re able acts offers an invaluable repair and maintenance get into a fantastic shot in Illinois which rose out of the tragedy for the devastating flood . Unions are the TV Thursday night 90s central worse than it 10:9 central for the machinery show.
The Loess Hills Tractor Ride
Once a year antique tractor owners bring their tractors out of hibernation to take a ride through the Loess Hills in Southwest Iowa.done that. Do. Sharpen up my packet level womanizer like him in new car . For the last tales of course. You may know -- -- the only set of lush -- island in China. And that attracts people here. And scenic beauty is this part of violence. Something a lot of people haven't found yet. Have the more we can expose that -- our tractor ride we have people here from good morning. Central Iowa south west island northwest Iowa. Down they come -- to -- big hills and change of scenery they're not used to this kind of terrain. We pick up the most scenic -- we can fine. The hills occurred history is well a lot of forest cover on our trip a lot of trees and -- the road to. Am just makes -- beautiful we have some pretty steep hills and down -- to go up. Sharp curve so our writers. Home where all the experience. I'm not always for the steep hills up or down but. We seem to get along pretty. Friends that I have. They call like GM here and -- and
Top Shops: Pre Harvest Equipment Check
Dave talks to combine expert Earl Knuth about some important items to take a look at to ensure a safe and productive harvest. From Machinery Show #416thing is make sure that they are in good shape when you start season . The dividers that we have across the pop. These get adjusted I know during the season for different conditions but there can
Pre-harvest combine check
Dave discusses a pre-harvest check-up for your machinery with combine maintenance expert, Earl Knuth. From Machinery Show #322.
Pre-Harvest Feeder House Check
Dave Mowitz talks to combine expert Earl Knuth about preparing the feeder house for a smooth harvest. From Machinery Show 322your drive very positive so you don't wanna get jerks in -- theater system .