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Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by Ó hÉidin, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. fiatagri10090dt

    fiatagri10090dt Well-Known Member

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  2. Profi Farmer

    Profi Farmer Well-Known Member

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    @Claas Grass best of luck with her. Fine looking tractor
     
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  3. cormywormy

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  4. Claas Grass

    Claas Grass Well-Known Member

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    Cheers, not as easy as it used to be getting what you’re looking for, you wouldn’t want to be in a rush trying to find tractors of that age anymore.
     
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  5. nashmach

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    Looks a Minter, well wear Claas Grass.:Thumbp2:
     
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  6. kverneland es 80

    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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    well wear:Thumbp2::Thumbp2:
     
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  7. nashmach

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    cartonj Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking for the left hand door for a Victor or Sta Dri cab off a David Brown.

    If anyone has one lying in a hedge or the back of a shed.

    Cheers
     
  9. Claas Grass

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    The cable for the forward/reverse on the hedgecutter is after fraying, has anyone got the crowd in Dublin to make one, what kind of price would it be or would it just be as easy to buy a new one.
     
  10. cormywormy

    cormywormy Well-Known Member

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    Cable craft. Done one for a combine for me and I think it was only about 60
     

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  11. Bog Man

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    J And J in Tullow do cables and are easy deal with .
     
  12. Claas Grass

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    Cheers that’s the crowd, the uncle is in parts and has dealt with them a few years ago but not in recent times.
    Might be passing there during the week, might give them a call to see when I could expect it back.
     
  13. Claas Grass

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    Anyone know where or how much for one of those bars 40952A1B-DE2A-4F5F-BA9C-DCC6E98AB5B3.jpeg
     
  14. headcase

    headcase Very Senior Member

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    make your own:Thumbp2:
     
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  15. jd-baz

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    Yeah ,wouldn’t be hard to copy that
     
  16. scoffcruddle

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    Mine was somewhere around the £60 mark,if it had been more I'd have made one.

    I don't like mine it's right in you line of vision,would be better lower down.
     
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  17. Mf 7715

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    This is the one a my Massey it's about 60 euro of a main dealer. I got it with the tractor. @max made 1 for a Massey I remember posting a pic for him on another thread.
     
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  18. Claas Grass

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    Just thought there might be some nice clever one available off the shelf before :weld:
     
  19. CoNaMi

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    Got one a few years ago.
    Think they're 70 or 80 +vat.
     
  20. Ugo Schtiglitz

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    Hi lads.
    I'm looking for a scrap 18-21m sprayer. Bi fold booms. Don't need a tank or pump or pipework ...just booms and frame.
    Booms must be square and sound. If you see anything in the bushes around leinster......drop me a pm. Many thanks.
     
  21. ithastopay

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    @jd-baz.
     
  22. nashmach

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    Mounted or trailed?
     
  23. Ugo Schtiglitz

    Ugo Schtiglitz Well-Known Member

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    mounted ideal. I have a scrapheap challenge project.
     
  24. nashmach

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    Will get back to you.
     
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  25. jd-baz

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    :rolleyes2::angry: Iv one completely the opposite way.....tank and pump perfect but booms had a battle with the first bridge on the m6 in uk.the bridge won:censored:
     
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