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Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by Mike, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. Mf240

    Mf240 Well-Known Member

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    We had a single beater jf but they were available in a "bigger" two beater model.

    Used to work grand unless a small stone got under the floor chains and broke them.
     
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    Yeah that's him in ballyporeen. I was talking about the zetor dealer outside Mitchelstown, Cyril O'Sullivan
     
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    Have mc hales lost/ given up the merlo agency too??
     
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    That, I dont know. Local Zetor dealer said they gave up on Zetor because they got busier on the Komatsu front
     
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    They need to do something about their spares prices, last few bits I got were exactly half mc hales price when I got them delivered from UK merlo dealer, I wonder what Brexit will do to this, a lot of the time massey stuff works out cheaper ex uk for me too
     
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    Seanie Cotter got the dealership in Dungarvan recently too, they must be getting a push on.
     
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    I thought Cyril had moved to Ursus, didn't he have a new Steyr advertised recently.
     
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    :laugh:

    I had the link open on the tablet here for a while.

    9k.
     
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    One of the other men involved with him at the Ursus sseems to have stopped selling them. Both men seem to have SH imported NHs.
     
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    Problem with thos loader is the hydraulic pump. we have a lm435a and trying to get the boom to do anything takes a bit of time. once you start up you would have to put the foot down on the brake or move the steering wheel a few times to get the oil flowing. annoys the hell out of us. even tried replacing it a few times but nothing. i think what did it in was for those few days over the summer on the silage pit years ago before the neighbour got a jcb 416
     
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    All rear engine Manitou's seem to be like that, its a matter of getting the pressure up enough to make the spool valve work, steering and brakes are all connected into the supply to the joystick.
     
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    There’s a couple of new Steyr tractors in the yard,he would have sold a handful of new Deutz as well but mostly fresh imported NHs.
    I haven’t seen any new Ursus in the yard recently.
     
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    94A0B15A-19D4-41FE-8DE0-34E72FD63E7A.jpeg Ya wot
     
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    More apt for watching the calving shed:deyective:
     
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