Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by Mike, Mar 6, 2010.
Ya we'll see how it goes. Can add them if we need to. Depends on the ground I suppose.
Mines only 5m, I suppose it protects the tines more than anything.
not that well versed about grass harrows but seems an alright price. would be nice if it had hydraulic folding than manual but then again how often would you use a grass harrow
i know it aint mf's shining era for tractors, but looks clean enough. price is a bit high though. around €20k after the currency exchange and maybe vat
seen this one up for ages now, i think its the transmission is whats not selling it. if the transmission was done, wouldve been gone already
Some brute of a yoke, anyone any experience of these yokes
What are these tractors like? Iv never been around 1 byr i seen 1 for sale that might suit if d price is right
2003 Case CS94 tractor
Well alright I think, although some on here say the gearbox can give trouble, but then so can any gearbox. Haven't had anything to do with the smaller ones myself so can't comment.
Thanks looks like they make strong money too
Lad here I do slurry for has one for at least 13 years it was only couple of years old when he got it. Rough enough man with a tractor but the CS seems to take it. Heard of no major issue sensor on pto went did all the track rods last year but that was cus he couldn't drive it. But yeah a good tractor.
It has a turbo so no need to tweak it and it used to pull excellently.
I would have known that tractor well. It's on it's third owner. Know it's first owner well and would have put a few days work on it for it's second owner up to 2008.
2nd owner added the second assistor ram and the Turbo to it by a local expert.
It's a very clean tractor and a new set of tyres would set it up for a long time.
What are/were these spreaders like iv mever seen 1 in d flesh
They are quite old now, at least 35 years old. @Bog Man had one. The Wagtail mechanism is the same as any Vicon of that age to be honest.
I considered the later red ones here when we were changing the spreader but ultimately we went a different route.
Some reading here;
There was someone selling a KRM/Bredal sprayer demount the other day from a Bateman. Think it was on eBay
I’ve currently emptied the bank avoiding tax by buying cubicles, mattresses and a very expensive foot crush.
I haven’t spread any fert yet as I’m miles behind still on with the slurry.
Might be the cheapest way of getting into a Merc
Seems decent https://www.donedeal.ie/plantmachinery-for-sale/massey-ferguson-50-loader/21338259
I have never seen one in such good condition, and having a steel cab.
Saw that earlier, if it sells I’m sitting on a fortune with our collection
is it clutch or torque , i can,t make it out
Have you bought mattresses to put the money under?????
I don't see a torque pedal and there's two gearsticks so I assume the former.
Didn’t they still have 2 sticks even if torque?
Near 18 years since my neighbour had a pair of them.