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  1. #61
    marco
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    Re: jd 3350 turbo

    start of a project maybe?

    http://www.machineryzone.eu/used/far...tml?devise=GBP

    cheap horses

  2. #62
    gerryfarmer
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    theres guys out there buggering up my sale,maybe thats your intention?

  3. #63
    Cab-over Pete
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    Blimey, that's disappointing to hear. What's up?

  4. #64
    gerry_6420
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerryfarmer View Post
    theres guys out there buggering up my sale,maybe thats your intention?
    buggering the sale how???

  5. #65
    ploughman_1959
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerryfarmer View Post
    theres guys out there buggering up my sale,maybe thats your intention?

    It ain't over yet Gerry !

    On a lighter note, I have blown the soot out of my 3050 today, all that ticking over feeding cattle etc is no good, have warmed the jacket thoroughly

    Just wish I could get a modern tractor to turn on a sixpence like these machines did

  6. #66
    Cab-over Pete
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    A LOADER!!!!!!!


    Now I DO need a lie down. I've gone all weak.

    Hideous contraptions.

  7. #67
    Drashon
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    Quote Originally Posted by marco View Post
    can you take a pic of the hydraulic controls?
    I will do on the weekend... cant get there before

  8. #68
    ploughman_1959
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cab-over Pete View Post
    A LOADER!!!!!!!


    Now I DO need a lie down. I've gone all weak.

    Hideous contraptions.

    Add this and it becomes loading shovel

  9. #69
    marco
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerryfarmer View Post
    theres guys out there buggering up my sale,maybe thats your intention?
    Did i say something wrong?

    Or what did you mean?

  10. #70
    gerryfarmer
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    sunny dusty days,must be years since we`ve had one!

  11. #71
    AQ 6610
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerry_6420 View Post
    loving the pics. love to see all the best 50 series tractors thats out there.

    time for a 4 cylinder. heres our L reg 2850. been fantastic since were got it in 1999.
    My favourite tractor of all time 26/2850 my Dad had one had about 10k hrs on it in 6yrs never gave any trouble ,can you show more pics of same gerry inc cab int . Thanks.

  12. #72
    JimF
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    I see that's nice 3650 in today's Classic Tractor.
    Anyone seen it?
    Pity it's on a straw chopper though. Fills air cleaner and radiator with mucky straw dust.

  13. #73
    Cab-over Pete
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    She'll be all right Jim. You can't keep 'em down. Nothing runs like a Deere.

    It's a very tidy model.


    I'm going to get that Ford NH on monday..........

  14. #74
    ploughman_1959
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cab-over Pete View Post
    She'll be all right Jim. You can't keep 'em down. Nothing runs like a Deere.

    It's a very tidy model.


    I'm going to get that Ford NH on monday..........

    TURNCOAT ..................or should that be Bluecoat

  15. #75
    Cab-over Pete
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    Spotted her languishing in a shed and couldn't resist an offer.

  16. #76
    ReidyNZ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drashon View Post
    Here is a few of my 3650. Not as pristine as some of the photo's that have been posted up on here, but I just can resist driving her. She could easily become concorse though, all I need is to re clad the cab.

    .. 1992, 6500 hours. High Lift, Air Con, 6000 series electric hydraulic controls which is nice. only 30k, but its a thing of beauty, so best to sit back and enjoy the ride

    Have replaced the main pump, done the high low pack and she had just had a new clutch when I got her last year. Has lived indoors and doesnt know what dung / slurry is so the metal is all sound. Just done the tyres and good to go!

    Came from near Chelmsford by the way in case any of you recognise her.

    Very nice, but loose the front weight block & put the suitcase weights on - look far better

  17. #77
    Drashon
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReidyNZ View Post
    Very nice, but loose the front weight block & put the suitcase weights on - look far better
    I know you are right. But the trimmer is fairly heavy for the old girl, and some of the hedges around here are a bit steep! I dont have enough wafer weights spare and so put the block on. Have ballasted the back wheels and considered the fronts too but then she would be sluggish...

    I would love to keep her in show condition and then would go for the right "look", but its hard to find a tractor so nimble and well balanced for the job unless you want to tie up double the value in a tractor

  18. #78
    Kipper
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    Quote Originally Posted by marco View Post
    start of a project maybe?

    http://www.machineryzone.eu/used/far...tml?devise=GBP

    cheap horses
    Yes it do look cheap, think it could be worth more in years to come.

  19. #79
    Cab-over Pete
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    That does look a good buy Marco. I doubt you would lose anything on that deal over a few years.

    Is the 49 in your avatar yours, or is it a local one to me?

  20. #80
    marco
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    I don't know to be honest pete, it's just a picture i found on the web.

    I don't own one(yet)

  21. #81
    Cowabunga
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    Quote Originally Posted by R Day View Post
    I think Pete's first priority after seeing that 3350 will be a new keyboard.

    Does he really need another one, though?


    Regards
    R Day
    Depends how much of a mess he's made. If it's a laptop he might need a whole new machine.

  22. #82
    Cowabunga
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    Quote Originally Posted by deere2140 View Post
    Don't be silly .
    Clutchless shuttle
    4 speed powershift
    Syncro range shift
    PFC hydraulics
    2 door cab
    Front end grip without 1/2 tonne of weight on front .
    Electronic linkage .
    TLS
    Better hydraulic filtration .
    As much as I love the 40/50 series tractors , with them being an integral part of my farming operation , they are simply a well developed version of a superbly built 1960 design . The 6000 series are a country mile better to drive , better engineered and more reliable , IMO .
    Still a 3350 40k , with turbo , is a bit of a blast to take down a road , or up a hill
    I agree 100%. The 6000 series is in a different league.

  23. #83
    Cowabunga
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    Having now read the thread to this point I have come to the conclusion that some of you are very sick puppies. This topic and discussion is as bad as it gets and should be deleted before any young and impressionable souls read it and get corrupted.

  24. #84
    Cab-over Pete
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    You could well be right there. There's no accounting for taste. I have never spent more than about 14 minutes in any 6000 series Deere, but if I did I would probably agree with many on here about their superiority. When they came out, I had moved on to the world of Case IH, Volvo, Daf and Scania. (Don't get me started)

    Must go..........got to find my rose tinted glasses.

  25. #85
    Richard_S
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    Nice 3050 here, I wonder how much it is?

    http://www.hiltonmachinery.co.uk/pro...actor/181.html

  26. #86
    ivor_cornfield
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard_S View Post
    Nice 3050 here, I wonder how much it is?

    http://www.hiltonmachinery.co.uk/pro...actor/181.html
    probably around price when new?, and probably sold aswell.

  27. #87
    Shifty
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    Quote Originally Posted by ivor_cornfield View Post
    probably around price when new?, and probably sold aswell.
    think she sold for 15k, went to a farm local to me, shame really as i can just see the lads getting in and out of her with dirty overalls and wet mucky leggins! apparently they had over 40 people after it and the dealer tried to back out on the deal to sell to the highest bidder!

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