Discussion in 'Pictures and video' started by candor, Apr 13, 2011.
It's very early for land to be cracking like this seriously seriously dry
Happy enough with it as you say follows the ground really well . Wouldnt be the best for cutting really lodged grass . Paint quality was never a kuhn strong point . Only thing thats given us bother on it is the threaded rods with the spring at there base that set the tension on the torsion bar . Have broken the one on the gearbox side twice . A pain to change and expensive .
We'd have to cut down an awful lot of bushes first to cover that off
Has done the same here they have gone with a round bar now instead of the flat bar
Welded a threaded bar on to the round bar insitu the last time it broke .
what breaks them? a bang or bump or no particular reason?
It has only broken when I’m on the mower always in the field. No particular reason level field . We`re blaming it on the boucing at speed on rough raods aint helping them . Your kind of beat when it breaks as the mower drops almost completely on that side . Now you can still work it alright but floating over the ground is gone . The 2 times it broke in work . It broke in the same spot snaps clean off just above the nut under the spring . Was able to get a nut threaded back on to broken piece so could keep mowing albeit with no spring .
Silage time in Dumfries at Scotgrass
Looked to be brand new .
Meant to go
Would have been there too if I'd known only heard about it last week when I'd already booked some time away
Not much actually new. Was a scorcher if a day. Not a massive crowd either as I think most are getting on with their own work
Pity they didn’t see this stone when picking the stones off this reseed or any of the other ones I hit .
Thats fecking shocking. What kind of a lug closes up silage ground with those bolders in it? Mowing for bales I hope.
notice all the cunts that "roll their reseed" dont have their own gear
"ah shur it wasnt stoney when it was rolled""dont know how that got there"
Very true. And by rolling they mean some young lad bombing up and down the field with the window closed and the tunes blaring.
Wounder did he notice he was down a weight
A leyland one and all...
No I mean if you actually look at the roller it hasn't been used for 4 or 5 years
My dad, 89, still hauling grass.
Is Charlie picking up for you?
Fair play to him.hope both we are all as good at his age,
Hows the tractor going?she autopowr or direct drive?
Let’s hope we are all able do the same when we get to thst age. Fair play to the man for getting on with things