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  1. Re: hiab wont lift much weight on tractors oil pressure any ideas?

    250bar, not 300.
  2. Re: hiab wont lift much weight on tractors oil pressure any ideas?

    The chart says 0.89 t @ 5.21m@ 220 bar. So assuming the tractor is probably low on pressure half a tonne will be about right. You're only going to get just over a tonne if you run 300bar.
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    Re: Case equivalent to NH T6080 ?

    I'd think the equivalent would be a maxxum 140. It had the electroshift box, the puma most likely had the range command.
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    Re: Linkbox for compact tractor.

    Watson do a five foot tipping box, might be too heavy built though.
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    Re: Tractor LED work lights

    I got some 27w square led worklights off amazon, they're good. And we're only about 8.50 each.
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    work wanted East Sussex

    Young man requires work with or without his own tractor, Kent or Sussex.

    Pm me for details
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    Re: Ford NH 40 series a/con

    Might be worth speaking to the guys at ap air UK, they are very knowledgeable. Their parts are also very good value.
  8. Re: Are black-grass levels higher or lower than last year?

    More, and a lot is spring germinated that will be near impossible to rogue
  9. Thread: Which welder?

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    Re: Which welder?

    Mig is my choice, but certainly not for outdoor welding, the gas gets blown away and you end up with aero welds that will hold nothing.

    Oxford migs are excellent, really excellent,
  10. Thread: Weed wiper

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    Re: Weed wiper

    Seems astwell augers have taken on the wipers.
  11. Thread: Weed wiper

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    Re: Weed wiper

    Any more user views on these. went to see one last night, looked quite useful, but haven't carier ceased trading? Spares an issue,?
  12. Thread: Weed wiper

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    Re: Weed wiper

    Went to see a carier rollmaster last night. Interesting concept
    Any more user views on them?
    Are carier still running, and are spares available?
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    Re: Broken Matbro TS270

    Buying parts via terex is a similar experience to getting hoses done at. Pirtek :-(
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    Re: Broken Matbro TS270

    Ouch
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    Re: new holland brian

    What are the symptoms? My 150 is buggering about again, but we think it's just connections rather than the puter itself.
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    Re: Cost of 6.0m Garford Weedfoil

    I honestly can't remember, but it scared tge hell out of me for what it is.
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    Re: Cnh back end oil.

    Forgotten this thread, I used nothing but multi g in it while I had it, the no 4 clutch pack still went at 1800 hrs.
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    Re: How do you grow spring beans?

    If you are in an nvz, muck is not allowed to be applied to a legume.
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    Re: Bloody Grease Gun!!!!

    Dont panic ace, it was just a general question really. Thanks for the reply, much appreciated.
  20. Thread: Mares' Tail

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    Re: Mares' Tail

    Drainage is the most important thing to sort out, get that right and it will suddenly be gone.
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    Re: elders grain brain

    Mine was within 1.5% last year on the wheat. Very happy, but I do take the plate off for road work.
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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    Oh I don't know neilo, Clive has been pretty upfront about his advertising coming in, and renting a stand at cereals will have cost a bloody fortune to do.

    My interest is really in the arable and...
  23. Thread: Sumo DTS

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    Re: Sumo DTS

    http://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/direct-strip-till-drilling-photo-gallery.61/page-6#post-211786

    Have a look here, lots if dts established crops in this section. -

    Which part of...
  24. Thread: Sumo DTS

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    Re: Sumo DTS

    From what I've seen of a pals efforts with a dts they work well. There are quite a few out there now, my agronomist has clients with them, not heard anything bad yet. But as with all New things there...
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    Re: Sciatica and farming

    Bowen is worth a go, it can help a multitude of problems. I know several people personally who had sciatica and tried it, they now go back when they have a flare up.
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