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  1. SMID

    SMID Well-Known Member

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    Been playing about with this for a wee while now starting to please me a bit better now. 003.JPG 004.JPG
     

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  2. nashmach

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    How's the cab heaters working :laugh:

    Great to see the 65 working and not just mothballed!!
     
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  3. SMID

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    It dosent halve make a body appreciate the 6613:laugh:
     
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    That a ransomes ?
     
  5. SMID

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    Aye Barry a 102 ucn set at 13 " ave a notion to have a go in the classic reversible class.
     
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    Lovely,she is doing nice work there,nothing like a heavy field to show up the differences.
    Located a reversable ransomes similar to that maybe 20 years ago,cant remember the model
     
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    FINALLY :clap:got this finished, wt frame 025.JPG wt frame 026.JPG
     
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    I’ve never owned a 3000 series fergy,went to buy one and it stuck in gear so we made a hasty retreat.:no:

    They still look smart to this day.:Thumbp2:
     
  9. SMID

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    I wasnt fussy about about buying it , It was 7 or 8 years ago it had a couple of inches of snow on it when I saw it turned the key and it started instantly fully 12000 hrs now and after the 65 its the best starter about the place.
     
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    Why do 65's start so well? mate has a industrial loader one and that's a brilliant starter.
     
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    Duno, the injection just in the right place for combustion maybe ? the 3 cyl 35 was good too not so the 35X chrome liners in the 65 and 35 cast in the 35X;
     
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    Our 65 is a good starter too as is the 168
     
  13. SMID

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    6613 is hard to follow never the same twice :confused3:
     
  14. nashmach

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    Looks lovely SMID :Thumbp2:, What Had You To Do with this One?
     
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    The roof rusted through cut the bad bits out and welded new bits in, new wings and rear extensions [fiberglass] from John Conaty, just did the bonnet with rubbing compound . It led us a merry dance though after the grey was rubbed down I took it round to wash it and lost everything the autotronic controls , long story it turned out was a broken wire that wakes up the autotronic a cheap repair but a nightmare to trace.
     
  16. Win

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    Do modern engines adjust timing and quantity to outside air temperatures?
     
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    I,m not sure on the exact amount of variation that one on mine the heater duration is controlled by an outside temp sensor inside the front of the bonnet,
     
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    the 6470 here is the same:sweat::sweat:
     
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    SMID that is tidy as you like, are the internal door pockets still in one piece ?? Was reading about a 3065 in this months classic tractor and started getting al nostalgic about our old 3095 a grand beast
    It's a credit to you
     
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    Ha no I cheated :blushing: sorted the left hand one with grey plastic gutter and grey sealer Id get a job with Arthur Daley anytime and not as minder btw :laugh:
     
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    Well thats the first cut done, [/ATTACH] 001.JPG 003.JPG AND A BLUE TRACTOR IN THE PIT :yes:
     

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  22. nashmach

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    The shininess of that machinery is a credit to you SMID :Thumbp2:
     
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    Ha Ha, thats just a ride on lawn mower compared to dp,s ,200 hp v6 Merc
     
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    She is a credit to you. It won't sink on those balloons either
     
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