Discussion in 'Pictures and video' started by nashmach, Mar 29, 2010.
A grand day to be in the office.
Half your ploughs gone missing.
The Landini would be in two halves with a 4f reversible!
Sure aren't you going grand with that set up Nash. It's your own time and sure you'd only be falling around town getting into trouble if your weren't kept busy
I pass one pub and maybe 3 pubs on the way home
Few experts in them all no doubt. Sampling the crop
We're not a tillage area and the only conventional plough I've known used in my lifetime was the 2 furrow fergy plough doing the veg patch,if anything is ploughed round here it's always a reversible.
Saves a lot of spronging in a low shed here!
If you had the top claw left on the grab , it would save even more ..
Not much good when I couldn't get in with the loader!!
You have a spool valve on the 3600, going by a pair of hoses on the right mudguard. So , you could close the grab , using that . If you had dung 12 to 18 inches high, reverse in , close grab , drive out dragging it out.
I had a McKenna back loader and grab , it was great at jobs like that. Now , if it somewhere like that , pull it out with the back actor of the 50.
Still have the top of the grab but minus the rams.
The 3600 doesn't just have one spool but two double acting valves
What I do is dig in and then lift and let it off on top of another bit and repeat, you'd bring a fair load of it that way.
Hell of a lot easier than a *4 prong pike* and wheelbarrow
I used to use the buckrake on the scraper tractor in our low sheds,ripped the low sheds down and use the loader now.
I think I need a nifty fifty
Dear Santa, can you please fit a teleporter down the chimney 1:1 size please.
We used to use the backactor on the 50 to clean out the calf sheds too.
We had small sheds here too. The last year's dung is that was in them is buried in the hole with the sheds
Don't take a soil sample where that hole was filled so