Comments on: Rain Rain, Go Away http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/ farm blog, farming blog, country blog, country living blog, livestock blog, rural lifestyle blog Fri, 26 Jul 2013 14:50:13 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.2.1 By: joelw http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/comment-page-1/#comment-1766 joelw Sun, 21 Jan 2007 01:24:20 +0000 http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/#comment-1766 Don, Sorry to hear you're having trouble. Have you checked the ground on the starter? Also important to keep the terminals free from corrosion. I know Mahindra has suggested that the ground cable atleast have a star washer that will scratch the paint on the frame to get a good connection. I personally would recommend a new longer cable ran to the frame and make sure it is down to metal. If that doesn't work get in touch with your dealer to see how he might help. You can also contact Mahindra directly to get in touch with their service techs. Try the website for contact info. Don,
Sorry to hear you’re having trouble. Have you checked the ground on the starter? Also important to keep the terminals free from corrosion. I know Mahindra has suggested that the ground cable atleast have a star washer that will scratch the paint on the frame to get a good connection. I personally would recommend a new longer cable ran to the frame and make sure it is down to metal. If that doesn’t work get in touch with your dealer to see how he might help. You can also contact Mahindra directly to get in touch with their service techs. Try the website for contact info.

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By: Don http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/comment-page-1/#comment-1690 Don Tue, 16 Jan 2007 21:43:00 +0000 http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/#comment-1690 I hope when it gets cold that 6000 will start. I have own a 6000 for 4 years starter been out 3 times replace and repaired. Most recently 5 months ago and now winter here and I'm have problems with the starter again. I hope when it gets cold that 6000 will start. I have own a 6000 for 4 years starter been out 3 times replace and repaired. Most recently 5 months ago and now winter here and I’m have problems with the starter again.

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By: Louie T. Smith http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/comment-page-1/#comment-277 Louie T. Smith Tue, 21 Nov 2006 04:57:19 +0000 http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/#comment-277 I happen to come across your blog while looking at the Mahindra web site. I really enjoyed reading your experiences. We have a Mahindra tractor dealer about 15 miles from us in Hagan, Ga. I am looking for a small tractor to use to spray pine trees to keep the weeds down in order to rake pine straw. I looked at the Mahindra 3525. It would be big enough to do what I needed it for. I was told that these are excellent tractors. Down here in south Georgia, a lot of farmers have John Deere and Fords but I like the look of the Mahindra. Red is my favorite color anyway. We are starting to get some cold weather here in south Georgia. It has only got down in the high 30's so far and it is still quite dry. We have not had much rain this fall. Louie in Georgia I happen to come across your blog while looking at the Mahindra web site. I really enjoyed reading your experiences. We have a Mahindra tractor dealer about 15 miles from us in Hagan, Ga. I am looking for a small tractor to use to spray pine trees to keep the weeds down in order to rake pine straw. I looked at the Mahindra 3525. It would be big enough to do what I needed it for. I was told that these are excellent tractors. Down here in south Georgia, a lot of farmers have John Deere and Fords but I like the look of the Mahindra. Red is my favorite color anyway.

We are starting to get some cold weather here in south Georgia. It has only got down in the high 30′s so far and it is still quite dry. We have not had much rain this fall.
Louie in Georgia

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By: joelw http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/comment-page-1/#comment-230 joelw Mon, 13 Nov 2006 13:41:29 +0000 http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/#comment-230 Yes it was a very exciting find. It's hard to believe how many things were just left behind here. My great uncles daughter didn't want them I geuss. I bet there are 200 old albums in a filing cabinet in the basement. Most of them beethoven, bach and the like. There are a few older country artists like Barbara Mandrell and such. I'm sure they aren't worth a lot of money, but they sure hold a lot of value to me. I can remember my uncle listening to these. That's right about the goats. They don't have a clue they belong with the others. They think of the children as mom or dad and want to be with them. The reason I asked if you lived close to Springfeild is Kingsford has a charcoal plant there. I would like to meet other folks who work for the company. They also have plants in Summer Shade Ky, Belle Mo, Parsons and Beryl Wva, and a new plant starting up in Glenn MS. Yes it was a very exciting find. It’s hard to believe how many things were just left behind here. My great uncles daughter didn’t want them I geuss. I bet there are 200 old albums in a filing cabinet in the basement. Most of them beethoven, bach and the like. There are a few older country artists like Barbara Mandrell and such. I’m sure they aren’t worth a lot of money, but they sure hold a lot of value to me. I can remember my uncle listening to these.
That’s right about the goats. They don’t have a clue they belong with the others. They think of the children as mom or dad and want to be with them.
The reason I asked if you lived close to Springfeild is Kingsford has a charcoal plant there. I would like to meet other folks who work for the company. They also have plants in Summer Shade Ky, Belle Mo, Parsons and Beryl Wva, and a new plant starting up in Glenn MS.

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By: Jennifer http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/comment-page-1/#comment-211 Jennifer Sat, 11 Nov 2006 04:35:53 +0000 http://blog.mahindrausa.com/2006/11/10/rain-rain-go-away/#comment-211 What an exciting find in the attic. Coming across treasures like that is always great. That would be interesting to see if you could get them up on a website, to see if other people can help you identify the people in the pictures. And I bet that would be great for others to see old pictures of relatives. Its been raining a ton here in Oregon also. Flooding in many places around. It was a very dry summer, so the rain is nice, but not the flooding. Sounds like your little bottle raised goats dont want to be goats.. haha.. Sorry to hear that a family friend had passed away. Hope things are going ok. Hope you have a great week. Keep the posts coming, still love reading them. By the way, our kids are the same ages, except I have a younger one also. ~Jennifer in Oregon What an exciting find in the attic. Coming across treasures like that is always great. That would be interesting to see if you could get them up on a website, to see if other people can help you identify the people in the pictures. And I bet that would be great for others to see old pictures of relatives.

Its been raining a ton here in Oregon also. Flooding in many places around. It was a very dry summer, so the rain is nice, but not the flooding.

Sounds like your little bottle raised goats dont want to be goats.. haha..

Sorry to hear that a family friend had passed away. Hope things are going ok.

Hope you have a great week. Keep the posts coming, still love reading them. By the way, our kids are the same ages, except I have a younger one also.
~Jennifer in Oregon

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