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    Man just spent my lunch looking into tires... just when you think you know a thing or two right back to clueless. So many suppliers, so many options ha. Also how the hell they can build this, ship it to the USA and then ship it to Minnesota for less than $40 baffles me. Add on some lights and a radio to use up all those amps

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    Quote Originally Posted by kustomizingkid View Post
    Steer tire, and its REALLY lumpy. If you crank the wheel all the way either direction it will drag the tire. Went to Fleet Farm and they no longer carry steering wheel spinner knobs, liability issue the guy said
    I put one of these on my backhoe Steering Wheel Spinner Knob, Aluminum Ball

    I couldn't even operate the darn thing before the knob was on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelieking71 View Post
    I put one of these on my backhoe Steering Wheel Spinner Knob, Aluminum Ball

    I couldn't even operate the darn thing before the knob was on there.
    $10! I broke the knob on my Grandpas Farmall H and he was aghast at spending $10 on a new one, or me spending $10 that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielG View Post
    Any chance you can get a good picture of the wiring on your oil pressure transmitter?

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by kustomizingkid View Post
    $10! I broke the knob on my Grandpas Farmall H and he was aghast at spending $10 on a new one, or me spending $10 that is.
    I am willing to spend a premium to get something that is not made of plastic, and is built to last

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    Your machine is clean! Mine is showing 5000 hours on the ticker and is self lubricating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kustomizingkid View Post
    Your machine is clean! Mine is showing 5000 hours on the ticker and is self lubricating.
    I noticed the hours in one of your pics. It may self lubricate. But, its an Onan. Keep clean oil in it. It'll be fine!
    I am a lucky guy. Mine is still under 1000 hours. I got it at 380ish. Same exact reason you got yours. "Crappy/No spark, wont stay running".

    It is actually filthy right now. When I opened the shroud to snap those pics for Daniel I thought "Crap! My little guy needs a bath!"
    Yes, I am a freaking weirdo, and I wash my forklift regularly LOL.

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    Don't even get me started on how dirty everything is, shop is a disaster. You just can't clean or not to the level I want when you are doing construction and rigging and all that nonsense. I can't wait for spring when I can wash stuff outside too.

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    Nice lift, good work on it! also noticed your Graziano SAG 17(?) howsit running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyanidekid View Post
    Nice lift, good work on it! also noticed your Graziano SAG 17(?) howsit running?
    Its not... reference my post in the General forum about electrical panels. Wiring upgrade in progress.

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    Can anyone post a pic of the dash of their Namco? I have owned this thing for a few weeks and am totally over opening the enclosure to turn the propane on. I am going to make a remote propane shut off with a machined aluminum socket that fits on the tank valve so I can turn the propane on and off from the dash.

    I would love to leave my tank on but suffer from paranoia over these types of things.

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    Default Namco LC20-15

    I have a NAMCO that Iím selling. Iíve had it for nearly 20 years but just donít use it enough to keep it any more and need the space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7-sons View Post
    I have a NAMCO that Iím selling. Iíve had it for nearly 20 years but just donít use it enough to keep it any more and need the space.
    Pics & Price would make it nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7-sons View Post
    I have a NAMCO that I’m selling. I’ve had it for nearly 20 years but just don’t use it enough to keep it any more and need the space.
    PM Sent, I'm in IL.

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    Many moons ago, I worked for a Namco dealer. My customers were attached to their Namcos with a determination that approached cult proportions. We rebuilt worn-out machines and damaged lifts with final bills that approached the cost of a new lift. By the way, you will find the machine much easier to maneuver with the aluminum tiller. The steering wheel just gets in the way. You might be looking for another Onan, or parts to rebuild yours someday. Regards, Clark

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    I canít seem to answer private messages. I am asking $3000 obo. It's posted on Facebook Marketplace with pictures and you can message me there.


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