hedgecutting

Arthur

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Some fairly sturdy stuff there [MENTION=3118]irish eddie[/MENTION] , did you try the competition flails, no cab guard, ever break a door glass?
 

Danielk

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Have no pictures of work being done only one when parked up for dinner. Don't do much cutting myself any more
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Also Eddie is your tractor a 20 series? How is it 2011. Must have been very late reg


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JoeC

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Have no pictures of work being done only one when parked up for dinner. Don't do much cutting myself any more
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Also Eddie is your tractor a 20 series? How is it 2011. Must have been very late reg


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That CS is a lovely machine.

And She looks a 6630 standard to me, maybe I'm wrong
 

irish eddie

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Ah must be so. I didn't know the standard 30's came with work lights like the 20s. Learn something new every day


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Standard 6630 but I asked for all de lights haven't broke window in 3 years no I'm back using t fail just a better all rounder
 

recycled

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Some fairly sturdy stuff there [MENTION=3118]irish eddie[/MENTION] , did you try the competition flails, no cab guard, ever break a door glass?
tend to find its wire that breaks glass , the glass can take a fair bit of punishment from heavy wood , mirrors oin the other hand are less good :thumbdown:
 

Arthur

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tend to find its wire that breaks glass , the glass can take a fair bit of punishment from heavy wood , mirrors oin the other hand are less good :thumbdown:

Agree on that, previously in 30 yrs only broke one glass but done in 2 from wire this year, had plenty whacks from wood over time but never a breakage.
 

massey 6480

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Agree on that, previously in 30 yrs only broke one glass but done in 2 from wire this year, had plenty whacks from wood over time but never a breakage.


The lad that cut the hedges here goes through 4 or more doors a year on his john deeres . Know he done 2 the one day with in an hour of each other in both tractors . [emoji15]


Get busy living or get busy dying.
 

AYF

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The lad that cut the hedges here goes through 4 or more doors a year on his john deeres . Know he done 2 the one day with in an hour of each other in both tractors . [emoji15]


Get busy living or get busy dying.

Here is a man who does not know how to learn a lesson!! :eek:
 

irish eddie

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The lad that cut the hedges here goes through 4 or more doors a year on his john deeres . Know he done 2 the one day with in an hour of each other in both tractors . [emoji15]


Get busy living or get busy dying.

I bet he has no roller on the head any time I take off mine I break glass
 

Arthur

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That's some bollox alright, wouldn't be as bad if they were on the field side, place I used trim started marking suckers to be left grow, now he's got a tree about every 10 yards, f all hedge and nobody will do it for him with limbs poking out at cab height.
 

recycled

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That's some bollox alright, wouldn't be as bad if they were on the field side, place I used trim started marking suckers to be left grow, now he's got a tree about every 10 yards, f all hedge and nobody will do it for him with limbs poking out at cab height.
theres a load of young trees on this guys hedges , they belong the gaffers brother to :angry:
 

jimbozaxis

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Some pictures of hedgecutting here
 

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jimbozaxis

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few more
 

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irish eddie

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[MENTION=3118]irish eddie[/MENTION] Where did you get the bonnet cover and wheel centres? Look a nice job .


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Cumingham covers in the north it saves the bonnet from all the scratches , a local guy made the wheel covers he made a few sets for a few guys
 

AYF

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Jimbo, How are you getting on with the Valtras? Considering looking for a demo on one here. But have herd the nearest dealer is a bit awkward!
 

jimbozaxis

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Jimbo, How are you getting on with the Valtras? Considering looking for a demo on one here. But have herd the nearest dealer is a bit awkward!

We get on the very best with them have no complaints. they do everything we ask of them. My only complaint is the paint work wouldnt be great on them. Our dealer ere is very very good.
 
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