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  • john maddock's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:58 PM
    john maddock replied to a thread Hydraulics myths in Machinery
    An experiment for you: John, When a conventional hydraulic tank is designed and constructed there's a lot of things to consider. One of...
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    Yesterday, 08:57 PM
    john maddock replied to a thread Hydraulics myths in Machinery
    More from Brendan on hydrostatic transmissions: Hello John, In your last hydraulics bulletin, I explained the pitfalls to look out for...
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  • Humfy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:56 PM
    Humfy replied to a thread JD628A hydraulic operation in Machinery
    Looking for a swathe gate for this 328A mowco. Anyone out there has one or kno where i could get one?
    5 replies | 139 view(s)
  • Footsfitter's Avatar
    02-08-21, 11:22 PM
    Two hits via google Images- https://www.agrimanuals.com/john-deere-mower-conditioners-324-328--331-operators-manual-6158-p.asp ...
    5 replies | 139 view(s)
  • Humfy's Avatar
    02-08-21, 08:32 PM
    Humfy replied to a thread Tractor Insurance? in Machinery
    Id defy advise having insurance for a tractor. One of main reasons is if your tractor is insured, anything you use with it is also insured (even...
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  • Humfy's Avatar
    02-08-21, 08:24 PM
    Humfy replied to a thread JD628A hydraulic operation in Machinery
    Much appreciated for the help, i actually made a typo on the original thread, its a JD328A moco. What got me confused is thers 2 cylinders...
    5 replies | 139 view(s)
  • Paw's Avatar
    02-08-21, 05:01 PM
    Paw replied to a thread JD628A hydraulic operation in Machinery
    Can only find reference to a JD328A mounted mo-co and it's of the swing-behind type suggesting a double acting cylinder.
    5 replies | 139 view(s)
  • john maddock's Avatar
    02-08-21, 01:06 PM
    Hello Humfy I'm surprised no one has answered the first part of your question. If both hoses are attached to the same cylinder, one to each end,...
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  • Ironhead's Avatar
    01-08-21, 11:42 PM
    it sounds like you are, at least, getting some dialogue. have your solicitor review what the two of you are agreeing to, write it up in legalize to...
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  • Exfarmer's Avatar
    01-08-21, 10:10 AM
    I would get a letter from your solicitor, to inform him that you are taking action as you are concerned that with a gate of any sort, you are...
    13 replies | 790 view(s)
  • cmjl's Avatar
    31-07-21, 09:36 PM
    cmjl replied to a thread Boundary fence in Agricultural Matters
    I went to see the previous owner and had an interesting chat with him,this morning we removed the offending gate and carefully placed it and the...
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  • Humfy's Avatar
    31-07-21, 05:05 PM
    Hello there, a basic question here, there are 2 hydraulic hoses on a JD 328A mower cond. Are they both single acting or a flow/return double acting?...
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  • MC130's Avatar
    28-07-21, 11:28 PM
    MC130 replied to a thread PA1,PA2 in Agricultural Matters
    Are you up to date with your NRoSO training points? You will need to have earned 10 points every year to keep your PA2 live.
    5 replies | 340 view(s)
  • john maddock's Avatar
    27-07-21, 06:20 PM
    john maddock replied to a thread Hydraulics myths in Machinery
    To coin a phrase: it's complicated! Brendan Casey explains: Hello John, In your last hydraulics bulletin, I talked about the leakage...
    29 replies | 5107 view(s)
  • numpty's Avatar
    26-07-21, 10:37 PM
    numpty replied to a thread PA1,PA2 in Agricultural Matters
    When I did my PA1 thats all it was, pouring out, measuring chemicals and using a knapsack sprayer safely whilst wearing the appropriatePPE. PA2 I...
    5 replies | 340 view(s)
  • numpty's Avatar
    26-07-21, 10:22 PM
    numpty replied to a thread PA1,PA2 in Agricultural Matters
    I'm aware of a MOT for tractor mounted sprayers and the sprayer will have one. Someone else's sprayer. I have a PA1 and a PA2, I was just wondering...
    5 replies | 340 view(s)
  • Paw's Avatar
    26-07-21, 03:36 PM
    Paw replied to a thread PA1,PA2 in Agricultural Matters
    Your sprayer or someone else's? Sprayers need mot (unless they're new) as well as you needing the right certificates.
    5 replies | 340 view(s)
  • Exfarmer's Avatar
    26-07-21, 11:58 AM
    Exfarmer replied to a thread PA1,PA2 in Agricultural Matters
    yes PA2 is the requirement for a tractor mounted or trailed sprayer. PA1 is basic chemical handling but perish the thought you use a knapsack;)
    5 replies | 340 view(s)
  • Exfarmer's Avatar
    26-07-21, 11:55 AM
    if the shrubs are on your property I would remove them otherwise they will gain ownership through adverse possession
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  • numpty's Avatar
    25-07-21, 10:04 PM
    numpty started a thread PA1,PA2 in Agricultural Matters
    Will my PA1 and PA2 be enough to allow me to use a tractor mounted spayer these days? Thanks.
    5 replies | 340 view(s)
  • jim011721's Avatar
    24-07-21, 01:21 PM
    jim011721 started a thread Front linkage in Machinery
    Looking for a front linkage to fit a McCormick MC 115
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  • john maddock's Avatar
    21-07-21, 08:06 PM
    john maddock replied to a thread Hydraulics myths in Machinery
    Brendan Casey on valves: Hello John, In your last hydraulics bulletin, I explained how an infrared thermometer or heat gun is an...
    29 replies | 5107 view(s)
  • zaza's Avatar
    21-07-21, 04:45 PM
    zaza replied to a thread Boundary fence in Agricultural Matters
    Most people do not realise that a ditch is usually the boundary (not always) and not the hedge or a fence that happens to be there. In most instances...
    13 replies | 790 view(s)
  • 4wd's Avatar
    21-07-21, 02:33 PM
    4wd replied to a thread Boundary fence in Agricultural Matters
    A house adjoining some rough grazing here piped in the ditch which was the actual boundary then treated a guide wire fence my side as the new...
    13 replies | 790 view(s)
  • Exfarmer's Avatar
    21-07-21, 01:31 PM
    Boundaries are always a thorny issue. The Leylandii was probably planted on the old boundary and google earth can be a big help here. It generally...
    13 replies | 790 view(s)
  • cmjl's Avatar
    20-07-21, 08:55 PM
    cmjl replied to a thread Boundary fence in Agricultural Matters
    Thank you both for the pointers,I'll take a look at the government site, I'm also trying to find an address for the previous owners as he was a...
    13 replies | 790 view(s)
  • zaza's Avatar
    20-07-21, 05:36 PM
    zaza replied to a thread Boundary fence in Agricultural Matters
    Over here, certainly in England, this is the Government web site to get copies of Deeds and Title Plan. Costs are 3 each if available and you can...
    13 replies | 790 view(s)
  • Ironhead's Avatar
    20-07-21, 05:16 PM
    you might also want to take a look at the "Title Deeds" of your neighbour to ensure the line is described the same in both documents - if someone...
    13 replies | 790 view(s)
  • zaza's Avatar
    20-07-21, 07:12 AM
    zaza replied to a thread Boundary fence in Agricultural Matters
    The first thing to do is to look at your Title Deeds. They may show who owns the boundary, they may not. Then take lots of photographs of all...
    13 replies | 790 view(s)
  • cmjl's Avatar
    20-07-21, 12:46 AM
    cmjl replied to a thread Boundary fence in Agricultural Matters
    Thanks for your reply, The new neighbours are the owners and this isn't the first run-in I've had with them,last Winter they made 3 holes along...
    13 replies | 790 view(s)
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