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    Re: Best Round bale silage stacker ?

    I've had a Nugent bale grab for 10 yrs. Mounted on a JD loader via Euro brackets. Stack about 500 bales a year, followed by feeding cattle and loading customers trailers with it. Load all sorts of...
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    Re: Massey Ferguson baler in haylage?

    I've never seen or heard of it being done but have often wondered how small bales ( plastic string obviously ) would fare stacked in small clamps of 80-100 sheeted and well weighted down as per a...
  3. Thread: Deere MC1 cab

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    Re: Deere MC1 cab

    Thanks for the reply, I'm no stranger to Boolean searches. I was rather hoping someone could point me towards a single source. There are plenty of after market
    glass suppliers but none that seem to...
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    Re: Deere MC1 cab

    Thanks for the reply, I'm no stranger to Boolean searches. I was rather hoping someone could point me towards a single source. There are plenty of after market
    glass suppliers but none that seem to...
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    Deere MC1 cab

    Anyone have a source for the nylon shoulder washers that pass through the glass to hold the glass to the door frames ?

    I've Googled till I've gone google eyed and haven't found an exact match yet!...
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    Re: Case International 895 Wiring

    Having recently carried out some major rewiring on a John Deere, I can thoroughly recommend one of these:
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    Re: Broken lower link pin, MF35

    You are correct.

    http://www.ssbtractor.com/wwwboard/view_all.cgi?bd=massey&msg=12634

    ETC
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    Re: Deere 40 series wiring

    Eureka !!

    After several nights searching - a full technical manual, complete with wiring diagram :

    https://archive.org/details/John_Deere_2140_Tractor_Technical_Manual_Full_

    May be useful to...
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    Re: Krone drum mower questions

    I have a krone of similar age ( without conditioner ) as to parts availability - I've never had buy any, apart from blades!
    Gearbox driven, no worry re belts slipping. Cuts 40-50 acres a year and...
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    Re: Deere 40 series wiring

    Thanks for the link John,

    There's a lot on that site, even if I don't find what I need I'm sure there be something I might need in the future - already added to my bookmarks !

    However I think,...
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    Re: Can anyone tell me what this is?

    Looks like a drain camera, with markers on the cable to assist determining distance its in ?

    ETC
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    Deere 40 series wiring

    I'm trying to bring a 40 series Deere back to its former glory, the wiring is a mess. Would any forum members be able to provide a wiring diagram or wiring colour code? It would save me considerable...
  13. Thread: H Ferguson

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    Re: H Ferguson

    I was driving past the memorial garden to-day, he's still looking pensively over the gate wondering who will remember his birthday next year, and whether
    his book will be returned to the library !
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  14. Re: Contact for a company to recoat rubber roller

    Would Rhino linings of Hillsborough be able to offer a coating suitable, I know they can do different textures and grip- but whether or not it would be "rubbery" enough ?

    ETC
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    Re: Direct slot seeder

    I've used a Guttler for about 8 yrs. Your choice is more dictated by your ground - the guttler will be better suited where there is an odd rocky patch or next to no topsoil as it will ride over...
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    Re: H Ferguson

    How remiss of me to forget, worse still I only live 2 miles from his homestead. Perhaps for next year we could design a Google Doodle for such an important figure who revolutionized agriculture ,...
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    Re: MF20 Baler, plunger pads

    [QUOTE=BonyTony;308675]Does anyone know what material the plunger wear pads on a MF20 baler are made from?

    i need a full set, 10 or a dozen pads but Iíll happily make my own!

    regards
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    Re: List of Recoomended products for weed type?

    http://www.nufarm.com/UK/Commongrasslandweeds




    I had this bookmark saved - not sure if the products are still current, however main site is still working and has a fair bit of info. Years ago...
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    Re: Hedge Cutter Hydraulics

    Thanks. Was there once, I know my neighbour uses him for all his hose repairs so I'll be able to get his number.
    I usually go to Geofry in Kinallen for any hoses. I was delaying calling with him...
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    Re: Hedge Cutter Hydraulics

    Thanks, thats what I thought, just was a bit confused with the main ram having top and bottom pipes.
    I have a rear mounted shear grab which is plumbed in a similar way.. but the main ram on it only...
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    Hedge Cutter Hydraulics

    I need to replace the valve block on a Bomford 467 hedgecutter. Current pipe layout is as below.
    Return from main ram appears to be gravity & tee'd into return to tractor ( line 7).
    Could is be...
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    Re: shed paint

    If you mean red /blue / green oxide shed paint - Walkers Paints, Francis St Newtownards.

    ETC
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    Re: Fertiliser spreader convertion

    Some links to give you ideas:

    http://www.gleesonsteel.ie/Agricultural-Equipment/Bogies-for-Fertiliser-Spreaders


    http://www.sheamuscoonan.ie/fertilizer-bogie/


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    Re: intereferance in cb and radio

    Interference could be entering radio(s) from several sources - speaker cables, power cables, or antenna lead.

    A good earth from radio chassis to frame of tractor can help as will installing...
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    Re: Plastic electric fence posts

    There was an exhibitor ( from Cavan I think ) at the spring farm machinery show at the Maze, sorry I can't recall his name, he was displaying good lightweight angle galvanised posts.

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