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    Re: kubota engine

    Seeing as Kubota is being mentioned, Vapormatic have started to flog bits for them, not much at the moment ...
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    Re: JCB 3CX - 1986 - Battery not chargung

    Was the starter you bought "from a reputable place" in a red or green Lucas box? Red boxed stuff in the past was coming from India and had was poor quality. If it was a red boxed starter that could...
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    Re: Claas ARES 656 start problem

    Thats a poor dealer outcome. If they can't figure it out then they should flag it up with Claas Germany. This is when their disaster recovery plan should kick in- the Claas organisation should have...
  4. Re: oil pressure guage pipe heating up on sterting

    Yes either would unless you were picky because its being restored? I expect there may be one or two places where the current has to pass through the tinwork so the fastest/easiest fix would be...
  5. Re: oil pressure guage pipe heating up on sterting

    Check your earth wire from the battery- somethings wrong with your tractors earthing and its using the oil pressure pipe as a means to finding an alternative earth!

    It sounds like the earth lead...
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    Re: Claas ARES 656 start problem

    Did you see this suggestion?? Being an ex Renault design they inherited their fair share of electrical problems. Confirming there is still 12v getting to vital components whilst cranking is worth...
  7. Re: Hydrostatic yard Forklifts , Linde 391 any good or nightmare reliability wise.

    By coincidence I've been working at the farm thats all rented out units and one of the tenants had the local forklift truck hire company out to one of their trucks so I asked the fitter there sorting...
  8. Re: Hydrostatic yard Forklifts , Linde 391 any good or nightmare reliability wise.

    We ran a Linde H44 IIRC, big old beast of a thing and would take 2+ scotch boxes of spuds no trouble, We gave up spuds 15-16 yrs ago and it was an ex linde hire truck so it was refurbed before we...
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    Re: Any chance of a bit of help please ?

    Bang on about the shipping being the cause of your woes! I have seen some done up in bundles all strapped up. Back when we ran trucks Goodyear 10.00x20 tyres were bad like this which we put down to...
  10. Bearings 20% discount until 31/05/2018

    Had this by email today which they do occasionally and I usually keep it in their folder on the PC ready, I can't see in T&C's at the bottom that its for recipients only so seems fair game to widen...
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    Re: international 584 losing oil

    Traditionally because of the wear ridge you either need "ridge dodger rings" which were stepped so they didn't catch the wear ridge in the bore as the piston came over TDC which could smash the...
  12. Re: New Holland TM Range Command Gearbox Callibration

    Possibly............





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    Re: Mc Hale silage mast, cable control

    Well you could cobble it up on the 3 spools for now fairly easily? Then how about looking for a joystick & triple valve block off of a hedgetrimmer or similar bit of kit being broken?
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    Re: Diesel Quads

    spotting your username reminded me of the old late boss once suggesting his V8 RangeRover was using less petrol than my fully loaded works truck - a 3.5t Twin wheel transit Hi-Top with its 2.0L OHC...
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    Re: Kubota ME8200 4WD

    Good find!

    Can't remember where I found a copy for the RTV900 we have, but like the one above they can often be tucked away on obscure websites if you can either read the lingo or hit lucky with...
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    Re: Kubota ME8200 4WD

    If no one can come up with the info, try further afield on this site in the USA- http://www.orangetractortalks.com/forums/
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    Re: 2002 Massey 6265 HP

    I expect the 114hp could be the engines actual rating at the flywheel with little extras and ancillaries fitted to the power unit as these will sap its power output. There are several different type...
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    Re: 2002 Massey 6265 HP

    Heres a link to Tractordata.com for your mount http://www.tractordata.com/farm-tractors/000/8/9/899-massey-ferguson-6265.html


    "You need a little power" - before going down that route and...
  19. Sticky: Re: Putting pictures & photos into your posts on BFF

    Note as of April 2018 Postimage are in dispute with the powers at be regarding their use of the .org web address and this has resulted in the movement to a slightly different address until they...
  20. Thread: Jcb robot

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    Re: Jcb robot

    Not a machine I'm familiar with but often makers limit reverse speeds but reducing the number of gears available or in the case of hydrostatics by just limiting the pumps output in reverse.

    Does...
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    Re: IH Hydro 84 Cylinder Head Gasket

    Main thing is not to make the puller plate too big and damage the block- more of an issue where some types have the sealing orings on the liner and the counterbore in the block is what they will seal...
  22. Thread: How Do I?

    by Footsfitter
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    Re: How Do I?

    Mrs Gee ? :rolleyes::eek::D
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    Re: Claas ARES 656 start problem

    Yes, the pump was tested on stanadyne stand by a specialist. I will by an endoscopy camera in order to verify the crankshaft sensor to see if there are any brokem teeth. Is it possible to be some...
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    Re: Claas ARES 656 start problem

    Do you mean that the pump has been mounted on a test bed and checked by an injection specialist?


    Only other thought is if there is a crankshaft sensor to tell the ecu its all going round...
  25. Thread: How Do I?

    by Footsfitter
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    Re: How Do I?

    I have come across some that you can unscrew the inner male bit, usually needs the gland nut undone to allow the inner bit and lead/wires to rotate, iirc it was darned tight, I may of inserted the...
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