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Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by Ó hÉidin, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. nashmach

    nashmach Well-Known Member

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    If it keeps raining the way it is going, it might be a boat I'll be purchasing first...
     
  2. Ó hÉidin

    Ó hÉidin Well-Known Member

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    maybe.

    he’s a reasonable guy.
    https://www.donedeal.ie/view/24109468
    Mole Ploughs, Subsoilers, Pipelayers.

    you’d also find them fairly cheap and plentiful in the UK, €100 with a man on shiply would probably bring it over
     
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  3. mmooney

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    I have a 3 meter grubber with levelling bar on front
     
  4. Claas Grass

    Claas Grass Well-Known Member

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    Any muck fork with a grapple around, with these storms becoming more frequent so are the clean up operations like today, most of the day arsing tidying up fence lines.
     
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  5. muckymanor

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    @Bencroy
    Sorry I missed this. When he was young and the border was in place there in Swanlinbar and there was a major price difference in tyres between north and south, he used to have a service where he would come and remove the wheels from your tractor, bring them back to his own place, and put them onto his own tractor, drive it across, get the new tyre fitted and bring them back to you. He did this for a lot of people around here - it was a bit of a treck to drive an old 65 or 165 from here up across the border.

    (I also told the story here about how he managed to close the local Chinese restaurant :ban::ban::ban:)
     
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  6. Bencroy

    Bencroy Well-Known Member

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    Didnt hear that one to be honest.he was in america for years...sure god bless the border wasnt everything brought across....every bicyle for miles around was all cycled across going to see cousin's
    Chinese in swad or bmore or when was that supposed to have happened
     
  7. James

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    Any pics?
     
  8. muckymanor

    muckymanor Well-Known Member

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    America? Is that what they call it up there? His case was on the Celt. It was the Chinese in swad a good few years ago. I don't think there has been one since.
     
  9. AYF

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    Anyone know of a Kuhn Primor straw blower breaking for spares?
    After the lower section of the rotating chute.
    Teeth have worn through on a section.
     
  10. Ptk44

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    Has anyone bought Stackable/wall mounted parts storage bins recently - anywhere recommended ?

    I’m also looking for pegboard - preferably on minster area.
     
  11. Mike

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    I find Rackzone hard to beat

    https://www.rackzone.ie/
     
  12. Claas Grass

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    Looking for a NH fan weight carrier, a set of 28 inch front rims for a TM165 and a set of 50-60% Michelin/Kleber 650/65/38 + 540/28 or 580/70/38 480/28.
     
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  13. lough

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    I bought ones here https://www.richardsonsuk.co.uk/ the linbins are cheaper here than on the linbin website itself. The postage to Ireland is expensive, it is better to organise your own courier.I bought four boxes from them and they repackaged them into two boxes and then taped the two boxes together so only had to pay the postage on one box.
    It depends on what sizes of storage bins you are getting though.
     
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  14. declanc304

    declanc304 Well-Known Member

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    Did u try garahy? I see a good few rims sitting out passing by. He used to have pallets of weights and carriers aswell
     
  15. mixedbag

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    @Ptk44 I bought tilt bins from rackzone, very happy with them. Worth ringing to place order once you’ve figured out what you want as the website seemed to be clocking up a big delivery charge, but they delivered for a lot less when I rang
     
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  16. Claas Grass

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    Good shout Dec, I'll try him tomorrow
     
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  17. tancoman

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    Looking for Two 5 stud Trailer Wheels for a 10 x 6 Tractor Trailer, ones that will take a wide 16 tyre. Wheels with tyres would be ideal
     
  18. Thequietman2011

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    Looking for the canvas cover for a Kuhn/Rauch axis 30.1. Don’t need the frame but will take it if needs be.
     
  19. kverneland es 80

    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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    Clonmel covers can make them
     
  20. Thequietman2011

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    Sound man, thank you
     
  21. marco

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    Looking for a telehandler, was looking for a JD 3420/3220 but finding a clean one doesn't seem too easy. Budget 20-25k. Open to suggestions. As clean as possible preferably.

    Thanks.
     
  22. massey 6480

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    There’s a jd telehandler in conatys . Neighbour told me . No idea of model . 98 reg 9k hrs for €10k . Supposed to be very clean
     
  23. Bencroy

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    Will ya be able to get bits for a john deere handler even in a breakers.there are rare enough sight on farms.
    At least with jcb there be more available
     
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  24. nashmach

    nashmach Well-Known Member

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    Any good ones are probably well gone now!

    Merlo :scratchhead: or what are you replacing :cool1:
     
  25. lough

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    Are they an updated version of a Matbro:scratchhead:
     

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