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  1. Re: Stupid question but.............................

    Sounds a lot like me, almost anything that breaks on me and the parts man scratches his head, sucks through his teeth and says, "I've never heard of it happening before" !!

    ETC
  2. Re: Stupid question but.............................

    Doubt its the Battery, assume you have checked the obvious such as foam padding in the case pressing against the switch. Other than that may be worth trying a quick squirt of switch cleaner and...
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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...
  5. 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...
  6. 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...
  7. Thread: Deere MC1 cab

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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...
  15. 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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  16. 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...
  24. Thread: shed paint

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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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