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  1. Thread: Hitachi EX30-2

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    Re: Hitachi EX30-2

    You might have more luck asking here as there's more digger owners posting there:

    http://www.ceforum.co.uk/index.php
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    Re: JD 6200 wiring problem

    If you disconnect the wires you fitted at the battery does it revert to normal or not? If not it's probably not the extra's you fitted that are at fault. If it does you have probably inadvertently...
  3. Re: Anyone know of a Massey 265 4wd (or 575) being broken for spares?

    Can you give a geographic location please as that would help tailor suggestions to the same area. There should be plenty of 575's being broke up.
  4. Thread: Glysophate scare

    by T P
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    Re: Glysophate scare

    My take on it_ there seems to be plenty of elderly farmers around. If it was all that dangerous there's be no farmers left by now considering most used it without PPE etc many times in their lifetime.
  5. Are flailsdirect brand hedgecutter flails fine to use?

    TIA for any replies_Just been quoted a heck of a lot less for a full set than OE from the Stealer, anyone used them and thought they were ok? Just looking for an opinion before placing an order as...
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    Re: JCB 3CX 1986 Overheating

    If it's a 4/98 Leyland engine rather than the perkins the missing thermostat is your problem but you've probably cooked the engine by now running without it and the head gasket will go. You cannot...
  7. Thread: Massey 3645

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    Re: Massey 3645

    Could it be that the alternator has been changed in it's life and the new one came with a slightly different sized pulley already fitted?
  8. Re: ferguson TE35 petrol/TVO tractor - starting problems

    https://www.nulon.com.au/products/aerosols/start-ya-bastard-instant-engine-starter
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    Re: NEW HOLLAND 376 NEEDLE/KNOTTER ISSUE

    Although we had new Holland balers in the past it is along time ago so my memory is hazy. most balers use a mechanism to trip whereby a spiked wheel is turned as the bale progresses in the chamber....
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    Re: Marshall 702 questions

    No problem wit the help.Regarding the pto speed selection, the red lever flips over to point towards the seat or away from it.If it is working properly it is only possible to move the selection lever...
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    Re: Marshall 702 questions

    The 702 was available in several different formats depending on age. if you have a dipstick for the rear end you must have a late model or someone has fitted one to an earlier model. The early ones...
  12. Re: one for the db members, why have a db 990 got an A after it?

    I know the 990 had two sizes of engine,the one with the conventional dipstick is I think the large engine, the one with the dipstick you put oil in was the small engine.Perhaps it has something to do...
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    Re: JCB 3CX - 1986 - Battery not chargung

    If you have no light on the console it's probably a blown bulb in the console which means it won't charge. Short the smaller of the three wires on the alternator plug to earth and the dash battery...
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    Re: Could anybody help with a Haybob please ?

    Never used this stuff but it has potential to free it pretty quick according to the video.

    https://www.metalrescue.co.uk/

    https://www.metalrescue.co.uk/Products
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    Re: Could anybody help with a Haybob please ?

    If it's going to be a while before you need it you could use another trick that takes time. Put it indoors and use putty or similar to attach a tube like part of lemonade bottle over to top then fill...
  16. Thread: Manitou 627

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    Re: Manitou 627

    Most modern kit runs the rev counter off the terminal marked "w" on the alternator. When working properly the "w" terminal outputs a pulse square wave that the electronics count the frequency of to...
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    List of Recoomended products for weed type?

    Does anyone know of an online place you can search by weed for herbicide type products that are recommended preferably by all manufacturers but even manufacturer specific would be a start. there is a...
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    Re: Mc Hale silage mast, cable control

    Deep pockets?_go electric.

    https://www.flowfitonline.com/hydraulic-valves/monoblock-valves-with-lever-and-solenoid-override
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    Re: IH Hydro 84 Cylinder Head Gasket

    You can use a piece of mahogany or other hardwood and a hammer to start most wet liners moving, just be careful the hammer doesn't bounce off the crank journal if you miss. I have a fancy custom jig...
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    Re: IH Hydro 84 Cylinder Head Gasket

    It might well be more serious in that you could have a porous or cracked liner or leaking liner seal or other malady. I would advise warming the engine then removing the sump and pressurising the...
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    Re: ares 630 rz quadrishift gearbox problem

    A faulty switch near the bottom of the clutch pedal travel? Switch might need to be activated to permit a change.
  22. Thread: 1255xl

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    Re: 1255xl

    Is there any chance a pebble or stone has got into part of the cab linkage jamming it? I'm not familiar with that model of tractor but I've seen it happen other makes.
  23. Thread: Case JX

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    Re: Case JX

    I'm minded to think that the elderly owner wasn't as slow as you might think, perhaps he had the pesky beeper disconnected when he owned it and then reconnected it before you picked it up to leave it...
  24. Re: Caterpillar Telehandler Th62,63, 82, 83, 012 & 103 Trasmission Fault Finding

    Aha, I've overhauled one of them. Most likely the plates have delaminated which gives intermittent gears or no gears depending on where the broken bits of lining are at any one time.. It'll need a...
  25. Re: Caterpillar Telehandler Th62,63, 82, 83, 012 & 103 Trasmission Fault Finding

    Sorry no-one has offered any help yet, do you know the make of transmission fitted is it Caterpillar's own? or ILT or Clark Hurth? If it is the same as another make of machine you might get more info...
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