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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy frog View Post
    you would have to ask the contractors who chop the silage for us that vinnie!!
    could it be better coverage of grass with a higher volume of water i dont know just my guess!!

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    Why don't choppers have built in additive tanks? Or do they?

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    I know Krone and New Holland do. Not sure about the rest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_berries View Post
    Why don't choppers have built in additive tanks? Or do they?

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    All current claas jags have built in additive tanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mastertech max View Post
    All current claas jags have built in additive tanks
    yes this one dose to but only holds 350 litres and the trailed tank 1000 litres less stops more hecters cover

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    Re: kirkys corner

    dd osr





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    grass seed at st marys loch

    a pie for the road hame



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    Re: kirkys corner

    baled silage works



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    combining





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    fetchin bales hame




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    claas knows its limits lol

    hunny i think i shrunk the kids

    old 3070 on hols in cleethorp

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    Nice pictures ...
    what flavour was the pie..... I do like that that's our drilling set up..
    Big Vern..... Stay low Move faster

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy frog View Post
    baled silage works
    WTF have you done to that pic , the front axle looks like its broken off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recycled View Post
    WTF have you done to that pic , the front axle looks like its broken off
    dont know must be the angle it was taken at

    its a scotch pie made with the finest left overs !!

    that said they taste great!!

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    What top link are you using on that sumo yolk? Just snapped another cat3 knuckle ended top link last week on our 3m sumo without any extra weight on it :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobthebuilder View Post
    What top link are you using on that sumo yolk? Just snapped another cat3 knuckle ended top link last week on our 3m sumo without any extra weight on it :-/
    ItS just a standard jd top link with both ends fully enclosed not book type you do have to watch for ware in the pins and ball ends but weve only replaced one end in three years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobthebuilder View Post
    What top link are you using on that sumo yolk? Just snapped another cat3 knuckle ended top link last week on our 3m sumo without any extra weight on it :-/
    Bob,
    we got a closed end cat 3 for ours both pins are greased daily when it's being used, and we have shims made to ensure there is slop at either end, we had that done after the pin in the tractor end cracked. Also we use "soft ride" padlock when the road as it takes some of the shock load, TBF Compass did say about not ragging on headland turns and the sumo manual says about top links AIR
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    we've tried closed end jd 1s (go through and end/season), cat3 ball end/with knuckle end (snapped 2) looking at getting an 8 series top link to try now

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    leading in team


    one for everyone

    making tracks

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    took the belarus to work yesterday when the pick up was getting mot

    flipin puctures

    working time




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