The Ebay thread.

Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by BasilSeal, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. Win

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    'The other buckets ( ditching and trenching) plus the pallet forks and bale spike cradle will be available separately in the other items. ( not included in this) The hydraulic bucket and rear bucket on the machine are included'

    Why oh why not sell the lot together
     
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    Because there is great demand for those from the multitude of Schaff owners out there!!
     
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    Yes, and the buyer of the digger will have NO problem picking up buckets for her:rolleyes2:
     
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    Were they the rolls Royce he describes?
    I see terex had something to do with them
     
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    I think they were well enough built, guy down the road used to have several through his yard 20 years ago, he seemed to think they were good anyway!

    Think they had some form of sliding weight built into the chassis that you were supposed to move depending whether you were digging or using the loader.:unsure:
     
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    This guy probably has the sliding weight in his 'other items'
     
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    Cant see it in other items or the buckets!!:scratchhead: just irrigation pipes and a mens shirt. Perhaps he's got the idea from farm sales where they sometimes sell the attachments separately, only when its a common fitment though, quicke or matbro. Wouldn't think there's many schaeff owners looking for buckets.:unsure:
     
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    Have seen him auction a few in the past and getting that kind of money but no those doors need surgery :tdown::tdown:
     
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    No seat either I think, you'd wonder what the mudguards are really like under that black paint??
     
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    More of a min till machine than direct surely?

    Could be modified to direct I guess?
     
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    Think it was sold as being capable of direct drilling. It would not be minimal disturbance. The leading press wheel has a blade in the middle to cut through trash ahead of the coulter leg
     
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    That's a nice little tractor, shame about the column gear change but does seem to have trailer brakes and indeed the assistor rams :Thumbp2:
     
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