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    Re: Starter motor

    http://www.aandrhandling.co.uk/
  2. Re: Original tiredimensions 1997 NH7840SLE?

    Being pally with the brilliant Michelin Rep we had, I'd give him the details of tyres and ratio off the plate and he would work it out as part of the estimate for new tyres unless we were 100% sure...
  3. Re: Original tiredimensions 1997 NH7840SLE?

    Look on the front axle for the makers plate which should have the gear ratio between the front and rear axles. With this info you can work out what tyre combinations will work ok. I expect there...
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    Re: New Holland to Manitou hitch

    Juggling around with Google and "LB110 Newholland digger to Manitou adaptor" came up with these two for you to try-
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    Re: foster d2p

    The little leyland my brother drove on the farm where I grew up. He thought something as simple as having the little lever on the quadrant to work the single spool valve as being really swish!! ...
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    Re: harvest in the 50's

    http://farmingforum.co.uk/forums/faq.php?faq=vb3_reading_posting#faq_vb3_attachments
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    Re: Mcconnel bale packer

    I think way back when i first started here there were still a couple of balls of poly string for the balepacker- it was much thicker, real HD stuff. IIRC the cine film shows Ted the balerman winding...
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    Re: Yellowhammers.

    Can't quite make out if any of them have a northern accent so maybe they are all southerners but for the last 10-14 days the buildings and roosts around the yards they swallows usually frequent are...
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    Re: Mcconnel bale packer

    Remember reading about them but before my time starting here although the farm were the proud owners of one and to tide you over here's a clip of it in action!

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    Re: Sandblastin diy

    +1!
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    Re: Matbro ts 290 hi-torque overheating

    Are the radiator and oil cooler cores clear? If the hoses are old and already folding a bit then its possible if one or more cores are restricting flow for the water pump to start cavitating where...
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    Re: Cooling system flushing

    Lads on a closed Technicians facebook page swear by dishwasher tablets. Reckon one of those is much better than anything else!
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    Re: Vintage tractor registration

    try the club/society for the make of tractor, they may have persons who have experience of doing it and also have guides/advice how to go about it. I'm recall it maybe one of the David Brown groups...
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    Re: MF 6465 Hard To Start

    I forgot to add a sort of simple summing up-

    option 1 -use an existing dirty engine and ad-blue+catalytic cleaners to the exhaust to clean it up post burn which will need a simpler/smaller...
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    Re: MF 6465 Hard To Start

    I think its a bit complicated like many regulations end up being?

    If this is any help, I think it all depends on basically how clean an engine is before they have to add extras to make lower...
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    Re: MF 6465 Hard To Start

    Sounds like you have an injector faulty which is temperature sensitive?

    Most common rail injectors are checked to see if they are loosing too much fuel through back leakage down the return line,...
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    Re: A bit more help please ? MF 135

    I've used Foxit reader for years, one quirk of it is you can double left click text in a PDF document and the arrow/hand pointer changes allowing the text to be highlighted and then selected/copied
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    Re: A bit more help please ? MF 135

    Just bin the lift pump. If you were to waste time and open up the diaphragm then at that age it will be well stretched instead of fairly flat, putting just a diaphragm in is a waste of money given...
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    Re: Boris

    A Labour club?
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    Re: Replacement TM hitch

    On the home straight. The hoses that came with the hitch are way too long- one length fits all type of thing. Crimped 90 degree ends on the shortened hoses and added a spacer so that the two fit in...
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    Re: Replacement TM hitch

    Next step was to cut a strip of 12mm (IIRC) thick plate to weld in front of the main plate as the two forward most boltholes were way out of alignment (well the dutch dealer did say it needed "a...
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    Replacement TM hitch

    Back in the spring i got round to replacing the original Sauermann mechanical swing out hitch on one of our TM155's with the same make but their heavier hydraulic pushout type. I'd sourced a pair...
  23. Re: A bit of a long shot but thought I would ask anyway.............

    I bet Mrs Zaza would spot the punch PDQ- how about calling in a favour?
  24. Re: A bit of a long shot but thought I would ask anyway.............

    Spot on.

    Was hoping to change it today as rain forcast but when it did get here it was about 7pm and 3mm pelted down. if they had been 0.5mile over a bit it would of missed!

    Might get round...
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    Same here John.


    Having a plasma cutter, it think that sounds the best/easiest answer, as long as the hole is close height wise so the blade runs fairly level, the quality of it is irrelevant...
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