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  1. Arthur

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    I'd love to read some independent research he's done to get him as far as being a professor.

    "Modern relationships and romantic interest- a comparative analysis of Copper Face Jack's and D2"
     
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    Good crowd to deal with as well
     
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    Was chatting them before about an ex demo tractor, seem very genuine and keen to deal.
     
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    A local lad bought a tractor off the and there was a few minor issues.
    They came down in the winter with a lorry for it and brought it up and done the jobs thought it was great service
     
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    Shite wiring and the gearbox,engine was always the good bit.
     
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    Was it them the ecu was inside the step to iff yu hit it off something you broke the ecu
     
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    We bought the 6480 off them.they have a good few tractors sold in Cork over the last few yrs.track rod end went on the tractor after 10 mts was sent down by post the following day
     
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    He's going all CVX now he's in the club :clap::clap:
     
  13. Mf 7715

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    Maybe buying a second fusion aswell. :Thumbp2:
     
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    Dont think so but never say never the welger only made between 1500 and 2k bales this year so I don't see much need of keeping it for that.
    Had it in my head that we would keep it for doing high ground but sure the fusion is nearly easier in high ground.
    Handy for hay and wet ground but will work around it.
    Once you get used to a combi as in going out making them and dropping them wrapped the thoughts of having to have two lads going around to make the bale sends a shiver down my spine
    Think the money would be better tied up in machines id be using more
     
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    What’s going to replace the 140, was blue not for you :sweat:
     
  16. Mf 7715

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    We kept the wrapper after we bought the fusion used once last year when a neighbours wrapper broke down and I wrapped his bales. Never used this year. Thought we mite ave to make bales and wrap them in another yard/field never did. I cud never go back to a 2 man 2 tractor baling team again.
     
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    Another blue possibly
     
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    No i couldnt do it i think I'm going to go down a big output road the labour situation is cronic so the more myself and the father can do the better
     
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    The worst mistake I made with buying my fusion was , I should have bought one 10 year ago ,,
     
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    @Profi Farmer there's a man here looking for a TVT!!!:whistle:
     
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    Ive one found !!
    All links welcome
     
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    There are three on Done Deal at the moment
     
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    I doubt it. It would be interesting to know if it did those hours without any major issues
     

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