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  1. #21
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    Default Re: 1K new mast

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Jarrett View Post
    Hey Mike, how can you tell an old color from a new color?
    Due to the fact that I am color blind I guess I cant.

    Hey I was able to take my tote of syrup off my truck but, I cant seem to lift it back up. Is there a valve I need to turn to get it lift more. I need to get under the tote to empty it into jugs. 3200lbs worth.

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    Default Re: 1K new mast

    Try tilting back first and then see if it will lift

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    I'm guessing the 15' mast is a three stage if so they are very handy in the shop. The advantage is the load will always be higher then the mast not the other way around. Nothing worse then trying to lift something and being three inches short because the mast is hitting the roof/rafter. I have a small hot room that I can only get 800 deeps in without the three stage mast it would be considerably less. I can also stack full honey barrels four high with this machine. However out in the field loading bees it's second best to the two stage hummerbee.

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    Default Re: 1K new mast

    Hey I was able to take my tote of syrup off my truck but, I cant seem to lift it back up. Is there a valve I need to turn to get it lift more. I need to get under the tote to empty it into jugs. 3200lbs worth.[/QUOTE]

    The super swinger won't lift a tote of syrup?

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    Default Re: 1K new mast

    Haven't tried it with the Swinger but we have always been able to with the Hummers as long as you made sure you weren't going downhill. Funny thing is lately one is no longer able to while the other one still can. I had that issue with a skid steer a few years ago and it just required replacement (or possibly adjustment?) of a bypass valve.
    "People will generally accept facts as truth only if the facts agree with what they already believe."- Andy Rooney

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    Default Re: 1K new mast

    Quote Originally Posted by jim lyon View Post
    adjustment of a bypass valve.
    We have the winner.....

    1/4 turn on the bypass valve as Jimmy pointed out.
    NUTRA-BEE feed supplements

  7. #27
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    Default Re: 1K new mast

    Does swinger sell masts for Bobcats?

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    Well that worked. I was able to raise it up and put it on my truck. I used some finger nail polish to mark the original valve spot.

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    Default Re: 1K new mast

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v5...psef18cc65.jpg
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    The guys at Wollard are letting me try out the new Superbee . The hoses have been re-routed long with a new motor. I will post more about it as I put it to the test.
    Clear Lake Wi. / Sebring Fl.

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    Default Re: 1K new mast

    Oh what are the switches for on the panel? Are those for the lights? I keep turning them on and off with my knee. I like switches makes me think I have to do preflight checks.

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