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  1. Thread: kubota engine

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    Re: kubota engine

    That's a gift, take his arm off!

    There'll be loads of stuff use that engine as well, not just Kubota, you'll never be stuck with it.
  2. Thread: kubota engine

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    Re: kubota engine

    1505 is a 1.5 litre engine, 2203 is a 2.2 litre. The last two numbers are the series numbers of the engine range.

    Fair bit bigger engine and given that space will be at a premium in the digger I'd...
  3. Thread: Tedder?

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    Re: Tedder?

    It does, thank you.

    I use a 10ft with conditioner so the rows are left pretty wide but always just assumed that any four star tedder would pick up two of them.

    Obviously that is not a safe...
  4. Thread: Tedder?

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    Re: Tedder?

    So will that suit three 8ft rows i.e. 24ft cut width?

    Doesn't sound wide enough for three 10ft.
  5. Thread: Tedder?

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    Tedder?

    Am in the market for a 4 star (20ft) tedder, might be used on light silage occasionally but will be mostly hay, would prefer clean s/h but not ruling out new if necessary. Don't need a rowing option...
  6. Thread: Diesel Quads

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    Re: Diesel Quads

    Which is why they do best with a turbo and/or some sort of hydrostatic/CV type transmission, neither that practical on a quad!
  7. Thread: Diesel Quads

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    Re: Diesel Quads

    Slightly generic answer I know, but I think it would be all about what engine is in them and whether or not it matched your requirements. A heavy slow plodder might not be that nice but it should be...
  8. Thread: Dull ewe.

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    Dull ewe.

    She's one of a batch bought in late December, lambed two dead lambs in late January, we think they were a bit early but the seller wasn't that sure of expected dates (:rolleyes:) so that's...
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    Re: Bad start to lambing 2018

    Don't know if it's anything to go by, but this year pet lambs are being snapped up like crazy whereas foster ewes are more than plentiful,
    which tends to indicate that there are considerably more...
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    Re: Tariff on NZ. Lamb.

    Apologies Mr Caley, I did not intend the scenario to be taken as a slight against NZ, at the end of the day they took advantage of a situation which they had no hand in creating and used it to...
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    Re: Tariff on NZ. Lamb.

    The influx of huge amounts of tariff free produce from NZ is actually a legacy of the time when France had a disproportionately high amount of sway within the EU. It's all tied in with the Rainbow...
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    Re: Fendt electric tractor

    Probably more a development in amenity/groundcare than agriculture "per se" I think.

    Son is a greenkeeper and the use of both hybrid and fully electric greens mowers is becoming increasingly...
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    Re: Sheep on cattle slats?

    We'll have all sorts on it if anything so not an option unfortunately.
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    Re: Sheep on cattle slats?

    Yes I think this is probably the way we'll end up doing it. Fortunately they're eight foot slats as well, the only ones about the place, so no cutting of sheets should be necessary.
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    Re: JCB 3CX - 1986 Wont Start

    I had an 87 grey cab which was an absolute pig to start after being run dry.

    Filters had been changed, connections secured to cut-off solenoid, new filters, etc, etc. Run 100%, just a total...
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    Sheep on cattle slats?

    We have a cattle collecting yard that we'd like to use for sheep occasionally. Problem being, for scraping out, it has a slated slurry tank running across the middle of it.

    Needs to retain a...
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    Re: Single Skin Oil Tank

    Absolutely, be really, really, sure you don't do this!
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    Re: Rear Wheel Spacer for Kubota L3200

    The whole thing could be done on a laser cutter in a few minutes.

    You could save a few quid by making a simple line diagram and taking it to them. Inner diameter, outer diameter, diameter of the...
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    Re: SWATHE CONDITIONERS

    OK, admittedly never used one but I struggle to see their value, possibly unless your mower or the persons doing it for you hasn't a conditioner on it.

    Cut when dry, nice wide fluffy row out the...
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    Re: Buying land to protect view/privacy

    I know some farmers who'd jump at the chance, I know some who wouldn't even speak to you.

    Firstly, as above, don't sell yourself out. Commencing at 10-15k/acre is entirely fair and reasonable,...
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    Re: General Election, and Brexit.

    Pretty fair and accurate assessment.
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    Re: General Election, and Brexit.

    In the words of Lieutenant Aldo Raine................



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


    Anyhow, so much for the DUP being a bunch of retarded, homophobic, knuckle-draggers, as...
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    Re: Never rip off a raven!

    That's not principled, that's just vindictive!

    If she'd offered him the keys to Number 11 again and he'd refused on the basis of past treatment, that would have been principled!
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    Re: Never rip off a raven!

    Impressive, and considerably more principled than most humans!
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    Re: slip clutch on topper

    When your pto is engaged you have a continuous drive from the crankshaft of the engine right through to the blades of the topper.

    If the blades of the topper hit something solid then the resultant...
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