John Deere

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  1. jd66

    jd66 Well-Known Member

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    Pure gentelman andy was. Dealt a lot with him over the years.rip andy
     
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  2. Noddy

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    They were available for a short time, I've never seen one in rel life but here is the brochure:Thumbp2:

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  3. Donegal Bay

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    I am vintage......:laugh:
     
  4. jf 850

    jf 850 Well-Known Member

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    Me too . Maybe even bordering on veteran :rolleyes2:
     
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  7. declanc304

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    Thats a lot of monies worth stolen. Manufacturers need to up their game to help prevent these thefts. Gps should be built into cab roofs designers get paid enough. Can those systems be tracked when their turned on again? 2F8BF1C9-99D3-4DE0-AFAE-C641F2669C77.png
     
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    GALCAM Well-Known Member

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    Local lad had a major mechanical issue in my yard with his JD. Gearbox parts required. Who breaks JD in Ireland. His tractor is about 19990 6310. Any help appreciated.
     
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    declanc304 Well-Known Member

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    Dont know where abouts u are or if this is d same but this man isnt far from ballinasloe or portumna
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    John Deere 6200 power quad model
     
  11. Kieran97

    Kieran97 Well-Known Member

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    McDonagh engineering in fermanagh may have something

    Or John Conaty if he hasn't been recruited to the diplomatic corps.
     
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  12. jf 850

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    Had the a nephew of the wife's here with this for 2 days helping at silage . I drove it back , and used it for half an hour with pallet forks throwing a few lorry tyres against the sides of the heap . I was highly surprised at the power of it . A lovely tractor . Only 2930 hrs.
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    6120 wouldn't be too common either I think.

    Zetor did make some JD's too :Whistle2:
     
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    The 1st John Deere 6000 series that I ever saw , is a 6100 , 2 wd ,bought new by a man who lives not that far from @laoisfarmer , and land rented less than a mile from here for 20 plus years . He still has it , with north of 20000 hours , and the engine hadn't been touched up to lately afaik. It is much loved but mightn't look it .He also had a 03 6120 0r 6220 , bought sh , which he traded lately with 14000 hrs for a 2018 JD , no idea of model no of that , though I was standing beside the fertiliser spreader attached to it last Monday. And none of those hours would have been too soft .
     
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    MN?
     
  16. jf 850

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    The very man. He has land spread over a large area.
     
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  17. declanc304

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    Some money for a 7930
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    anyone have any tips on how to get this out now that it's wrung... :tdown:
     
  20. marco

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    Those chains/straps that go around the side of the filter be the job?
     
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    I’ve a pair of large water pump pliers I use,failing that stick a shear grab tine through it.
     
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    One of these, if you can't get a 22mm spanner on it you can drive it with a 1/2" extension and ratchet or 22mm socket. upload_2020-6-17_20-53-32.jpeg
     
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    One of these is the only way,have one a long long time and used to have a chain one and broke it on one of those filters and was doing a job for a plant man the same day and showed him,said he had a strap one at home and would go get it,he guaranteed it would take it....I wasn’t one for believing him ,but no bother.
     
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    Had a spanner man in yesterday doing a few jobs and got him to change the water filter on the TW 15 . He tried it with his pliers type filter remover with no luck and he used our strap with a bar on it.
     
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    Have a vice grip type one with a chain. That grips too well
     
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