Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by nashmach, May 14, 2014.
Drive it onto a lump of timber
Drive it’s own wheels up on a plank first to give clearance to roll the duals into place.
Jesus that’s ideal, the lad that had my combine has a set of duals for it I may invest
I'm nearly sure that It's a 236 version in those, I may have a brochure here for one and will have a root around in the coming days to check.
Thanks Nash, I have all the books belonging to the combine and looked it up after and it is indeed an A4.236 f
Putting out a massive 72hp.
Some change in combines over the years.
Harvest isnt going great for these lads from what iv read he was drunk driving d combine https://www.facebook.com/1917007805240958/posts/2794444450830618?d=n&sfns=mo
The 2 750's and the chasers will be in Cullahill and the other combine will be in Stradbally tomorrow if that's any use
Thank Bagenal but I got the 2 Lexion 7500TT in Clonmel today so I am sorted. Smashing gear and well able to cover ground
Not a common combine in Ireland
It's big even for a rotary. I thought they were all electra spec
To every member of the forum that assisted me in the last few days. Thank you it was great to see the new Lexions in the flesh. Impressive machines with serious output. Fairly tired now, as I was working nights the last few days as well but it was hugely worth it.
Electra were the last of them I'm nearly sure
That's some serious gear, I don't know how they do it.
Do they do all the gluten free harvesting or are there other contractors covering different areas? I know Glanbia were looking for growers in north Leinster.
They do it all
I was talking to a lad was on the chaser last year and they left Tullow at 4am to drive to Meath . He ended up coming back down the M50 with a fully loaded chaser when they ran out of trucks. They are a bit of a sow at speed.
Contractor would be doing their best to get tru the work but in a year like this would there be much oats left standing by the time they reached the furthest away crops?
They'll have to leave a lot of it behind before they lose the contract I'd say
Glanbia decide on the number of combines required and supply them for the contractor to operate. If crop is left behind it could be said that there wasn't enough combines supplied to complete the job.
New Holland TX32
Saw this cutting on someone’s snapchat story the other day, I see they removed chopper
@gone your the man
Bought my combine there sound guy.
Spent five hours cleaning down the combine with the road compressor. Parked her in the Nissan hut which is a treasure trove of Armer and Sugar factory bric a brac . The owners father was a Politically appointed Director of Irish Sugar before it was privatised. The shed came out of Carlow factory.