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  1. 6600

    6600 Well-Known Member

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    Once Them Chaps lose interest in the GAA tis a bad road they're on to be sure. :thumbdown::no:

    Sure every cloud and all that.. would be ideal for a bit of mintilling too!

    Ah no the straw was luckily gone off the field ahem. There was a lot of stubble though.
     
  2. humungus

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    jd 6920s it was always the wrong colour as far as he was concerned
     
  3. john415

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    He done about of spraying with her didn't he.his 75 was bought by local digger man the other day
     
  4. humungus

    humungus Well-Known Member

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    no this brother doesn,t do any spraying, ploughing,baling, wrapping and mowing is his end of it, he,s the one with all the masseys,j had one on a sprayer alright but she was traded in the spring and she would have been a really good buy
     
  5. nashmach

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    Didn't see that but you could easily see why they cost that!





    Any idea what caused it humungus?
     
  6. Merv_B

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    CVX in Bulgaria. Same farm had five Bogballe M3 spreaders on bogies. Farming 6000ha ImageUploadedByTapatalk1410380666.488617.jpg
     
  7. humungus

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    no but it looks like he was crossing the main road and he was hit by the truck in the photo, there was a truck involved in the accident anyway and that is a staggered crossroads so you,d want to be awake crossing there
     
  8. nashmach

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    I was more wondering about the fire [emoji51]
     
  9. nick

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    Heard it was a head gasket
     
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    Big jobs today, fitting up a swing for the bosses wee one.

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  11. tinman

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    there was a trail down the road this evening, cant imagine it ended well....
     

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  12. humungus

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    ah sorry crossed lines there,no idea what caused it
     
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    humungus Well-Known Member

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    apparently after the second head gasket they burst into flames(or so a lad in the mart told me):001_smile:
     
  14. nashmach

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    Maybe it will be in the scrap auction next week :D
     
  15. michael7740

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    Was it from a boy racer in a lowered car, and a hump in the road? I've seen a few of them trails around here.... :lol:
     
  16. Peter

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    Me and the cousin were rallying on night in the bog years ago and ended up in a drain,rang alad to pick us up and he burst the sump of his car coming down the bog lane so we all had to walk home 7 miles :crying:
     
  17. tinman

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    i dont know what it was tbh.
    i was up the road ten mins earlier but i didnt see it, or at least i dont think i did.
    i know where it would of happened, there is a dip in the road, i followed it for the craic to see how far they got.
    they went about 2 miles before they pulled in.
    the line was faint by then.
    looks like they turned around and drove the opposite way for about 100 mtrs, pulled in again, and then went another 20 mtrs before pulling in again, it was game over at that stage id imagine.
     
  18. JOHNB_IE

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    I took a cracked sump off a megane and welded it for a neighbour last year,it worked fine,a couple of months later he hit something again,he dropped it off,I put a can under it for the night,the next morning there was no oil in the can,I thought this can't be good.I put it up on the lift and removed the cover,there was a hole the size of a golf ball in the sump.I reckoned it had to be game over for the engine,I knew it was a nice bit of work to remove the sump as part of the subframe has to be removed to take the sump off.For the craic I welded a patch on it in position.I put oil in it ,and it's still going grand today.
    If it was my car the gearbox would go too in sympathy,some lads are just lucky it seems.
     
  19. johndeere6920s

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    I was at the rally of the lakes 2 years ago and I see the trail of oil in front of me.
    down the road a bit there's a fella with an Audi and the bonnet open.
    he stops me and said she cut out and won't start have you jump leads ? .
    I told him that was the least of his problem.


    The father tells a right good one about a lad that used work with him drives everywhere in 2nd gear reved out.
    anyway hes car was in the garage and they gave him a skoda he said he'd go up to his turf with it anyway and on the way down the oil light came on.
    What did he do only into 2nd and opened to the hole to get her home to top it up haha.

    She never made it
     
  20. Merv_B

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    Couple from today

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  21. greenhorn

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    makin a few small ones, then put her away for the winter
     

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  22. tinman

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    lad up the road could fix most things with baler twine, like you, im not as fortunate.

    i bought a alu spool gun for the mig, but i never used it yet, must give it a go some day.


    in other news, the mower took a stab at me today, afaik, it was the blade that done that.
    dont know how it made it past the cover and the grass, but it was some shot in the cab.
    had this window cutter this 12 mths but never used it.
    jesus it makes the job handy i must say.
    anyways, new window in this evening and everything is back to normal.
     

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    well lads ive been spending again, had the first outing with my new tractor the other day :thumbup:
     

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    What number one is she [MENTION=3444]Dave[/MENTION]b. Sweet looking machine though:thumbup:
     
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    8130 the bonnets had a tart up at some point so no numbers on it? seems a genuine enoght machine of an arable farm so no rust, few mechanical issues but got the mostly sorted now :thumbup:
     

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