Machinery on Youtube

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  1. slurryboy

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    Comes away from the tractor far too easily barely moves the back end
     
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    its quit suspicious the wheel has already been in the hole you can see its still in the same position be the wet marks on it and the camera man doesnt act surprised by whats happenef
     
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  3. Big Vern

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    HAHAHAHA I reckon it's a couple of young buck,, it goes like this,, so dave you film me up this track I noticed the tanke got a wheel up earlier,,,, now it's gone right over in the brook,,, and he's on the phone to the boss giving it a load of old bollocks trying to save his neck,,,
     
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  4. Arthur

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    It's a bog hole. The lad that owned the lane should of filled it. The lad that drove through it was probably only a young lad driving for a contractor and didn't know to crawl through it or get the farmer to fill it.
     
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    Didn't see oil pipes or pto shaft,it did clip the mudguard as it went over though.
     
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    Ford 7710 ploughing marathon
     
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    Ross Stokes has put some great videos up recently.:Thumbp2:
     
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    He certainly has its a good job theirs folk like him about to preserve that type of material a bit longer.
     
  11. slurryboy

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    The most impressive thing about that video isn't mentioned, where do they get wearing metal that will plough for 144hrs without needing changed??
     
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    Or disc bearings that won't fail without grease.
     
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    No doubt if every run was a mile and a half then the side of the plough that wasn't in work could be greased and the wearing parts replaced by a lad standing on the beam, health and safety was a bit more lax in those days.
     
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    stumbled on this.




    watch the first few and then skip to the lemken near the end:eek3:

    I must set up a test for the mounted hardi!!!
     
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    They have not the Liathrodi to drive fast enough.
     
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    Hardi either must have improved their system or the one I used operate was a :censored: lemon, if it had been in that test the booms would have dug in at either side many many times.
     
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    Some lads baling in new Zealand in the late 1980s
     
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    the lad rowing it doesnt mind tipping on :laugh:
     
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    He's fairly giving her waskey alright. Hilly ground that too
     
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    Theres less horsepower there In two tractors than you'd have In One baling today!
     
  21. scoffcruddle

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    Good old kuhnflex :Thumbp2:
     
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    One for the Case IH Fans

     
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    Oooh dear I've had a gentlemans trouser moment,,,,,
     
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    Why was he running with a half empty trailer?
     
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    It wouldn't work as good with a full load:tongue:
     
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