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    Re: ransome ts 80

    Can't ever remember a grease nipple on any of these Ransome era plough turnover shafts, but I do recall there would of been a cap on covering the adjusting nuts on the front. Perhaps trying to squirt...
  2. Re: Brass filings in hydraulic oil in Terex 250

    ACE would be the best guide to this particular machine.

    Having bought a new pump I personally would only reuse the old "new oil" if I had access a revolver filter unit (back when we were in a pea...
  3. Re: Ford 555C Electrical start problem - Help a Numpty please !!

    I expect if its the standard velvet shift it'll be just a switch on the F-R lever on the opposite side to where the control cable fits on a lever on the side the transmission- will have just the two...
  4. Re: Ford 555C Electrical start problem - Help a Numpty please !!

    - [/B]that sounds like the starter is engaged with the ring gear. (A-B just worked the solenoid making that clunk)

    Try turning the crankshaft pulley backwards & forwards to check it moves (well...
  5. Re: Ford 555C Electrical start problem - Help a Numpty please !!

    So is the battery charged? what makes you say "its good?"

    Simplest "test" is to see what the starter does-

    https://i.postimg.cc/L6z3KgkQ/images.jpg

    This is the end view of your starters...
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    Re: ransome ts 80

    Zaza, Plough in the 1st video is how the ransomes 3f ploughs where I grew up were, and also there was still one here at work when I started in 81 but it went soon afterwards, that too had the same...
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    Re: Ford 4610 link arms stuck up

    If you need a manual your sparex agent should be able to get you one of these- covers the smaller 3 pots up to your 4610, approx 38 list price - ...
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    Re: Sanderson teleporter 6-22 hydraulics

    The crowd rams may of been common across earlier model but the compensator rams on the back were big on the earlier models and then went to those smaller ones on the T2 range.

    Have you more than...
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    Re: ransome ts 80

    I'll have a go, they were about when I was a nipper, never took much notice of the workings and they had later all hyd turnover ploughs when I started here.



    IIRC the principle was that in...
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    Re: Ford 4610 link arms stuck up

    Never really played with 3pot hydraulics, but, it doesn't have an assister ram by any chance? if it has then slackening the hose off would allow oil out and the main piston under the top cover...
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    Re: Drilling 50mm holes.

    Being diplomatic I avoided goings into that area of discussion:lipsrsealed:


    I think the key is it all being rigid and lubricated.

    Best bit with a mag drill is if you can't sit it where you...
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    Re: ford 4000 serial number

    Have a look at this website for guideance, there will be 2 more strings of numbers/letters as shown there, one will tell you exactly the day and shift built
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    Re: Drilling 50mm holes.

    Depends a bit on the number of 'oles and the t'ickness ?

    For a few even in say 10/12mm plate I expect a good quality Bosch type holesaw in the pillar drill with the workpiece clamped firm...
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    Re: Radio Interference

    From what little I have had to do with LED's it seems that many cheap ones are terrible for emitting interference, I have a dash cam in the van- powering it with the makers fag lead works best but...
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    Re: Ford 7610 dual power fault

    I'm dying to say it looks like switching the lights on..................................:rolleyes:


    But being realistic, 1st shot would be to check the cab earth strap? Next would be to look for...
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    Re: Help! MF1455E round baler problem.

    Hi John,

    Had a look on the MF parts site, your machine model number didn't come up and in the end I had to search for balers and then dig in to find any mention of 1455 from where I have run thru...
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    Re: Fordson crawler puzzle?

    That was earlier this year!

    84 days is getting near Brexit crunch day, so where would be about as far away as possible to get from all that palaver for a few weeks :cool:
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    Re: Fordson crawler puzzle?

    Hi John,

    Looks a bit of a half & half project? Would you like it appraised if its still listed in 84 days time? :rolleyes:
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    Re: Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    At the time it all started there was quite a bit of uproar from all the luvvies who'd been fashionable at the time having an Aga as the kitchen centrepiece, once they had to have the man in the van...
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    Re: Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    Ok jack, so that means I'd put on less weight if I drank Kerro, ................ ;)
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    Re: Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    Sort of sounds similar. The OCI valve I deal with is oval in shape with the rotary knob and lever to start/stop the oil flow. I've seen what I think you have- oblong in shape IIRC. The Burner wick...
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    Re: Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    Hmmm, your aga sounds very different to the one I "service" here. Not sure of its history as the builders put it in 20+ yrs ago, its been converted to oil at some time. Its an Aga deluxe 1956-74...
  23. Re: SDF: Same/Lamborghini/Deutz, Diagnosis&programming

    Don't see many of them to be honest.

    The only non OE diagnostic kit I know of is this https://www.vapormatic.co.uk/accessories/diagnostic-equipment/44jvdlrq4ts which is Texta IIRC, Its the...
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    Re: Fuel for AGA/Rayburn oil cookers

    Yes, sounds more like a proper jet burner conversion. The wick conversion type they had put in the farmhouse here is much simpler. It just suffers from the biofuel they add to current heating oil...
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    Re: Sanderson teleporter 6-22 hydraulics

    https://i.postimg.cc/6yqCYrNz/Scan-20181205.jpg



    https://i.postimg.cc/pyqDf03p/Scan-20181205-2.jpg

    Image above shows #1 the priority valve mentioned above, #4 the danfoss steering valve ...
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