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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    https://i.postimg.cc/CxVmVJcb/08-04-2015-12.jpg

    You'll need this extra slice on the end for a direct feed to your loader valve chest.
    Thank you FF for your help (hope it works)
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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    I used to use photobucket and imageshack but can't get into them anymore to be able to post on here. Is there another way?
    I've just got a couple of photos of the set up the op needs.
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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    Sorry, can't even pm you :(
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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    Hello Peterb2642.
    You'll probably need to fit an extra slice on the side of the spool valves. I can't add photos to illustrate, I'm sorry. I'll pm you my email. If you want, I can send some through...
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    Re: Election Result Predictions?

    Lib Dem got in here a few months ago at the Brecon & Radnorshire by election after our tory blotted his copy book by committing fraud. Pretty sure our new tory candidate will get in this time.
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    Re: European cooperation.

    Hear hear.

    The Common Market was a good thing. A federal state was not on the ballot paper when the CM was voted for in the 70's.
  7. Thread: Quad bike

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    Re: Quad bike

    A large amount of quads have been stolen in our area in the last month or so. Police recovered two a few nights ago so with a bit of luck it might lead them to more but somehow I doubt it.
  8. Thread: Wild life!

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    Re: Wild life!

    All too true
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    Re: David brown 1290 clutch pressure?

    I used to have a 1390 and a 1490 and the clutches were different on both of them. 1390 soft and 1490 a bit firmer.

    David Brown has a really good facebook page where there are some excellent...
  10. Re: A bit of a long shot but thought I would ask anyway.............

    Have you tried a plasma cutter? Makes a neat hole in an instant.
  11. Thread: Yorkshire Show

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    Re: Yorkshire Show

    I thought he was Joan Collins' toyboy
  12. Thread: Charity Support

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    Re: Charity Support

    Do you know roughly what areas you plan to stop at night? I guess we're a long way off your route or you'd have been welcome.
  13. Thread: Yorkshire Show

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    Re: Yorkshire Show

    My son went up to the show with my brothers for the first time. He said it was ok but wouldn't bother to go again. I suppose we are spoilt with the Royal Welsh being on our doorstep very nearly. He...
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    Re: JD 6620 power quad issue

    How did you get on?
  15. Thread: deere 6400 or 6410

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    Re: deere 6400 or 6410

    Our JD mechanic turned a 6610 up for us and he told me it was approx. 10% per one full turn.
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    Re: Oil seal on a teagle topper.

    :)
  17. Thread: help no spark...

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    Re: help no spark...

    No help to you, sorry but my son repairs quads and turns these lesser known makes away. Difficult or impossible to get the correct parts. Sounds like you've spent a lot on it already though. Hope you...
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    Re: Oil seal on a teagle topper.

    Yup, tapered splines on our Comer gearboxes. I put new seals in last year and the puller was needed but they came off with not too much effort. Watch out, the knife holders are heavy if you're...
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    Re: Extinction rebellion.

    I enjoyed listening to this chap. Thought he made a lot of sense.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFHX526NPbE

    and


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGEPgdMo55g
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    Re: Poultry farm diversification

    There are some companies around who will pay you to rear for them. They'll advise, put in the day olds and provide feed etc. and pay you about 1.50 per bird reared (turkeys). Might be an option.
  21. Thread: Quickie loader

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    Re: Quickie loader

    Glad you found the problem. It's mostly solenoid but I did have to take a joystick apart once also.
  22. Thread: Yellowhammers.

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    Re: Yellowhammers.

    There are mostly around a dozen pairs of these beautiful little birds at my brother's farm from early spring to about end of May. They feed on milled wheat in the cattle sheds and when they see you...
  23. Thread: Lely rake arms

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    Re: Lely rake arms

    I suspect it's something peculiar to Lely. I wonder if there are any write offs floating around in dealers' yards.
  24. Thread: barn dismantling

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    Re: barn dismantling

    No harm in asking a shed builder for a quote to relocate the barn. It's not rocket science to take one apart and put it back. We've bought a couple of 2nd hand buildings over the years and it's been...
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    Re: Zetor crystal opinions

    I see there is a Zetor Crystal and Ursus page on fb which might be useful to you.
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