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The formation of ice in a carburetor is a phenomenon that is just as relevant today as it was years back, it even takes place in the throttle body of an EFI system. This week, Ray explains what you need to know about the subject, how to combat it, and not chase your tail looking for a problem that does not exist.…
 
When it is cold out, even a slight drop in heater discharge temperature is a concern. This week the Hot Rod Farmer shares with you how to keep your heater blowing hot. “The problem a misplaced battery vent can cause is discussed in the “Meet Me in the Farm Shop” segment. Success on the farm or ranch requires efficient machinery. I am Ray Bohacz, th…
 
Just as there is a difference in the quality of hardware the same holds true for the electronic components that are used in agriculture and other applications. This week the Hot Rod Farmer makes sense of this. How to check an EGR valve is covered in the “Meet Me in the Farm Shop” segment. Success on the farm or ranch requires efficient machinery. I…
 
There is a very good possibility that each tank of diesel or gasoline you buy has a different energy density than the previous or the next. Density affects fuel economy and to a lesser extent, power. Drive-by-wire engine control is reviewed in the "Meet Me in the Farm Shop" segment.Door Hot Rod Farmer
 
This week Ray shares with you his trip to AGCO Corp in Georgia, responds to a listener that disagrees with him, helps another to understand a drop in fuel economy his Silverado is experiencing, what was wrong with his B&S generator, and who Hilton should not have at the front desk of their hotel.Door Hot Rod Farmer
 
A piece of farm equipment is a partner in your operation and becomes like kin folk. There is no reason to not keep it working side-by-side with you for decades. This week the Hot Rod Farmer shares some tips on how to accomplish that."How to easily check small, air-cooled engine running temperature is covered in the "Meet Me in the Farm Shop" segmen…
 
Conventional wisdom would believe that horsepower is horsepower regardless if it is developed by a compression ignition engine or a spark ignition design. Ray Bohacz explains why the combustion event indeed makes a difference and why that is.Door Hot Rod Farmer
 
The Hot Rod Farmer, Ray Bohacz, delivers a triple header this week. He tells what you need to know about ammonia slip on a Tier 4 diesel, explains what a PID loop is, and why you need to check for total harmonic distortion in your house and farm shop.The pitfalls of mixing different oil brands is covered in the Meet Me in the Farm Shop segment.…
 
An outtake from Ray’s Main Stage presentation at Commodity Classic, "Latent losses that originate in the farm shop and how they affect your operation’s bottom line." In this episode, real life machinery problems and their financial impact are discussed.The proper way to jump start an engine is covered in the Meet Me in the Farm Shop segment.…
 
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