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    Re: Plough upgrade

    I should add that I have the old dp7 with front cam turn over, with only rear disc so it's fairly light. Are all of the above within my lift capacity?
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    Plough upgrade

    I currently have an old dp7d which really is starting to show her age. Looking to upgrade to something newer and after some thoughts. Used to plough between 70-120 acres a year for a variety of...
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    Re: Newholland TS permanent 4wd. Help please.

    Thanks, was a fuse blown. Interestingly now though I have no brake lights. Both bulbs are fine, and both pedal switches 'click' when pressed. These are on the same fuse that had blown causing 4wd to...
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    Newholland TS permanent 4wd. Help please.

    As per title really. Ts90 sle seems to be in permanent 4wd. Rocker switch seems fine, if I flick it on the light on the dash lights up. Flick it off and the light goes off but still in 4wd. Can...
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    Re: new holland 5060

    I've had one for 15 months and it's done just over 1300 hours. It was a toss up between this or a t6.120. Price swayed it for me but this little thing has been fantastic. Pulls 10/12 ton loads no...
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    Re: HOURLY RATE POWER HARRO

    Round here its 22/acre 2 passes with farmers diesel. Or 12-14 for 1 pass.
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    Re: New Holland TS110 lost power

    I've had this on a few Ts series. Plastic shards in all of them jammed in pipe just before the filter. They came from the tank moulding.

    Rob.
  8. Thread: 40 or 10?

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    Re: 40 or 10?

    No brainer, 40 series. I will add though a post 93 reg if you can as they got better. Nothing wrong with white roofed models but after 93 there were improvements made to gearbox solenoids etc. ( I...
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    Re: New holland weights

    Holes could be machined/burnt out a bit easy enought. Am I right in thinking a straight carrier off a 60 series would be straight fit?
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    New holland TS toolbox

    Just wondering if anyone here has a front steel toolbox for a Ts lying around spare? Flattened mine earlier doing some work to the cab. Don't mind paying for box plus carriage etc. Any help...
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    Re: New holland weights

    Straight block doesn't fit, holes are 10-15mm out.
  12. Thread: Ford 7840

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    Re: Ford 7840

    I have both front and rear fenders for sale if you're interested off a early 40 series. Rear pair are 2 years old and fronts have new skins on (480mm wide) All in mint condition with bolts etc.
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  13. Thread: Choppers

    by Rob 7840
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    Re: Choppers

    We've had several jag 75's in the past, and to be honest never really got TRUE potential out of them untill we had 180 ponies at the pro driving it. This particular 75 was one of the last circa 2000...
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    Re: New holland weights

    Or 45/each second hand and a tin of paint. :D
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    Re: New holland weights

    This is the after thought, fan type will carry 22 x 45kg iirc, in sure we had a ton on front of our old ts90 to take 5furrow kv. Where I can just about get away with 14 40kg on a straight carrier....
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    New holland weights

    I'm needing to fit front weights to a Ts 110 which has curved carrier fitted for 45kg fan weights, however I have none of these here. However I do have plenty of the 10/40 series 40kg weights and an...
  17. Thread: TRACTOR ECU

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    Re: TRACTOR ECU

    I have a 40 series that no 1 can seem to put right, dealer doesn't know what's wrong with it, electrical problem of some kind with no pattern or frequency and after throwing best part of 2k at it,...
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    Re: propcorn applicator

    I use a cheap 12v diesel pump to pump from ibc or 205l drum up to one of the old flow pack drums, then down through a junkari flow meter. It works and is fairly accurate. The price of a new stem pump...
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    Re: ford 40 series error codes.......lots of them!

    Ok, so have now checked all pins on processor cooler and all connectors on loom and they're fine. I think the only option left is to strip out pwm valve and replace all 4 solenoids. I'm ringing round...
  20. Thread: TRACTOR ECU

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    Re: TRACTOR ECU

    I don't think David King can check them, only wipe clean and re write them?
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    Re: Broken bales from NH 376

    Whip the knitters up, as said watch you're fingers as the arm comes across when you flip them. The fella who taught me on raspe knotters reckoned if she was missing more than a couple per thousand,...
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    Re: ford 40 series error codes.......lots of them!

    Thanks Rassiel. That would be very helpful.
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    Re: ford 40 series error codes.......lots of them!

    Hi rassiel. By transmission controller do you mean the processor/ecu? If so I've had that re-written so should be perfect?????
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    Re: ford 40 series error codes.......lots of them!

    Right folks, in the end I've had new ecu and had the side cover off to sort sticky valves.
    However in still sporadically getting e22 and loss of drive,pro and links. Flick key off and back on and...
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    Re: silage rake advice!

    Twin rotor rakes tend to leave a nice 'square' row. Better for consistent bale shape/density. I don't see a problem pulling 20-25' I front of any baler. Big row low gear job.
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