case cvx's

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  1. Profi Farmer

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    The CVT made £15k
     
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    Did you get it?
     
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    For The steyr in the preceding Link you posted? Surely it would nearly worth that even if the internals of the gearbox were missing!
     
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    No joy this time
    That’s it. There was a cvx 1195 but that didn’t sell and I didn’t see what the top bid was
     
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    Was that cvt not for sale up north already ?
     
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    Not sure if it is that one as it was missing the right hand steps and had a little chunk missing out of the back mudguard
     
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    I'd have bid but I thought you were in at it.:laugh:
     
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    Didn't that one end up over here last summer? Had a name on the bonnet, can't think what it was now??:unsure: Last I see of it was on ebay in Derbyshire area I think.
    Edit. name on bonnet haffrey or similar??

    The one at cheffin's would have been worth a punt at that even though they've butchered the spools and armrest!!!:angry:
     
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    could it the case that there are very few fellas out there at the moment who can put up €35000 without it being financed through a garage?
     
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    A question for the Case oracles, where would I look to find another one of these? It's the pipe that comes off the air filter on the cs130 that's gone off to have its internals fixed up. IMG_20190214_225036.jpg

    You can see the slight distortion that the jubilee clip caused to it when it was tightened onto the filter without the rubber washer on the inside, and that's where the dust got into and made a mess.
    IMG_20190213_165753.jpg IMG_20190213_165819.jpg
     
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    I take it a new one is not available?
     
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    https://www.sjorupgroup.com/en/brug...eservedele/case-ih/case-ih-cs-130-traktor.htm
     
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    I wonder if you got a clip like the ones on a slurry pipe you can get them down to 20 mm I think.
    Or a wire clip.
    Them jubilee clips sort of distort whe. You start squeezing and don't pull in a full circle
     
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    Not over here unfortunately.

    Got one of those clips but a bit wary putting that pipe back on.
     
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    You could try it on a bit of pipe first maybe but I see what you. Mean
     
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    Is that pipe plastic, would a bit of heat take out the distortion.
     
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    Or a bit of gauze wrapped around it to make sure no unwanted dirt got in.
     
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    What about sealing it with silicone 1st?
     
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    A CS110 is the same part number if it helps, have I seen a 110 for breaking in Ireland somewhere? MDE maybe?
     

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