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Esterman7

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  1. This has worked pretty well for me. I don’t hunt but I’m using it to carry tools, chain saw etc. for forest work. The milk crate is zip-tied on and the toolbox uses U-bolts.
  2. Going with the battery platform you have with other tools is probably a good idea. I have a Kobalt battery drill and a black and decker hedge trimmer. I have an Ego 18 inch chainsaw (and Ego leaf blower). It’s a 56 V 5 amp hr battery and have two of these batteries for it. It’s absolutely my go-to for a chainsaw vs my Stihl 2 stroke. I cut 3-4 cords a year of firewood with this saw, as well as maintain a woodland section of our property that is Forest Preserved land. Good luck and as previously said, battery powered tools have come along way and they keep getting better and better. IMG_3409.mov
  3. I imagine some people will think I work for this company but I had a slow leak on my foreman and this stopped it. Since then I put it into everything I own. Zero turn mower everything. I’d definitely try quad boss tire sealant. I did a lot of research when I was looking for a sealant and that along with word of mouth led me to this stuff. I’d definitely put it in as I really think it will take care of those holes now and pretty much the tire for the rest of its life. Never has to be taken out or replaced but if you do, it’s just easily washed out.
  4. I’d definitely try quad boss tire sealant. I did a lot of research when I was looking for a sealant and that along with word of mouth led me to this stuff. I’d definitely put it in as I really think it will take care of those holes now and pretty much the tire for the rest of its life. Never has to be taken out or replaced but if you do, it’s just easily washed out.
  5. I know, I really didn’t want to get into this but I couldn’t resist especially when comments are made that just aren’t true. This is it, I’m stepping out. Thanks and you guys are all great! You’ve taught me a lot on the mechanical side! Thank you!
  6. Most importantly, must be wet clutch approved. The weight should match driving/climate conditions. Oil is NOT oil and its not just the Additives. In fact most lubricant companies have access to and most use the same additves and oils. It’s more important how they are used together and how close they cut corners to just meet specifications. Some oils are most definitely better than others but that doesn’t mean the others won’t do the job. Worked in the industry too long to ignore some of these misconceptions.
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