Put the Frontier OS2058 on the tractor and went at it overseeding. Put a couple hundred pounds of seed out in bare or thin spots. Overall width is about 5’ and weighs approximately 900-1000lbs, but the tractor handled it with ease.
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Here is my original thread:
Anybody have a source for small & light debris/brush forks? My bucket is only 38 1/2" inside dimension, so all I have found are too wide & heavy. Closest I've come is this one...www.orangetractortalks.com
I still think these are the best forks I know of, but had lots of trouble getting them in hand.
My neighbor, who has a B2150, bought a set of 48" forks off e-boy, and had to cut down the t-handles for the clamps- they were set too close to the bucket sides to rotate. Now they are hard to tighten, causing some shifting. They also have bent a little.
There are lots of forks on e-boy & amazone, but I'd question the quality.
I think you have misinterpreted the comment.
If I understand your question, primer is just the solvents that soften the pipe. The glue is the solvents + some of the resin. The primer won't fill any gaps between the pipe and fittings, but the glue will.
What if you used a clear primer such as ordinary acetone? Oatey has a clear primer too (plain acetone), for those that don't want purple stains all over their installation. You are correct though, that the purple is ONLY a dye to show it has been used, and designed to make inspectors' work easier. The jury's still out on the true benefits if the pipe is new and clean and the glue is fresh and properly applied. When doing installations on swimming pools, I used to clean ALL the exposed pipe with acetone to remove the printing on it and make the plumbing look nice on the pump pad. If it was buried, no bother, no worries. I was taught to do it correctly by a professional plumber. You can also use a fine grit sandpaper for the cleaning if the pipe is clean and dry, the objective being to remove the glazing from the injection/extrusion molding processes. The dies for that process are lubricated, and can leave a residue on the pipe/fittings which should be cleaned off by more reputable brands of pipe.The reason primers are colored is so the inspector knows if it's been applied! If your job is being inspected and no primer is seen in the joints you will get to start over!
What seed did ya plant?
Yep...musta misread it as thats what I was taught.I think you have misinterpreted the comment.
NO one suggested that glue without primer, would be better..... than using primer, AND glue.
Joints with only glue, and no primer will usually stay together.
Joints with only primer, and no glue, will NOT stay together!
Are you "getting it" now?
Nice looking seeder. Could you use it on an existing lawn or would it rip the yard up?
Does that put it down in rows, or random?