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jf 850

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That tractor wouldn’t be very far from me. Within probably 5 miles. I don’t know too much about it other than she’s a ZTS and horrid slow on the road. I passed it one day on the N17 with my own Ursus. It had an agitator on. I had a load of turf and it didn’t take long to go round it.
There was a video posted on here of a Ford 7600 (I think) with a Super Q cab on it drawing in silage at one stage. I believe it’s the same man that owns that that owns the ZTS

It must be ssllooww, if Ursula overtook it .
As the previous to me owner said to me about said tractor , when I mentioned its road speed to him ,
We always got to where we were going with it , and more importantly, we always got back home .
 

Mike

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That tractor wouldn’t be very far from me. Within probably 5 miles. I don’t know too much about it other than she’s a ZTS and horrid slow on the road. I passed it one day on the N17 with my own Ursus. It had an agitator on. I had a load of turf and it didn’t take long to go round it.
There was a video posted on here of a Ford 7600 (I think) with a Super Q cab on it drawing in silage at one stage. I believe it’s the same man that owns that that owns the ZTS
As @jf 850 says, if your Ursus, or any non 40k Crystal is overtaking you, your tractor is slow, or top gear is missing
 

scoffcruddle

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As @jf 850 says, if your Ursus, or any non 40k Crystal is overtaking you, your tractor is slow, or top gear is missing
Not true,my neighbour could be the driver😂 he’s one of the fastest tractors around a 3350 that does 37mph,you wouldn’t know watching it.
 

diesel power

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Is the Landini sick by the way?
It's still there then I take it. The fcukin thing got a puncture when we were combining over there and tbh we just don't have the time to go get it and bring it home. I'm hoping to get time later this week to bring another wheel to put on and get it home. I'd say the neighbours must think I've forgotten about it :laugh:
 

TAFKAT

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It's still there then I take it. The fcukin thing got a puncture when we were combining over there and tbh we just don't have the time to go get it and bring it home. I'm hoping to get time later this week to bring another wheel to put on and get it home. I'd say the neighbours must think I've forgotten about it :laugh:
Ah right, I thought it was something more serious when it was there so long. Sure a tillage baron like you would hardly miss the odd tractor here and there if they went missing :whistle:
 

diesel power

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I have tractors in three counties most of them with their guts on the floor.
That's the difference between a serious tillage operator like yourself vs an amateur like me. I've to supply my own vise grips and various hammers to mend my own stuff whereas the pro's just send it out for fixing :unsure:
 

nashmach

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It's still there then I take it. The fcukin thing got a puncture when we were combining over there and tbh we just don't have the time to go get it and bring it home. I'm hoping to get time later this week to bring another wheel to put on and get it home. I'd say the neighbours must think I've forgotten about it :laugh:

You are very trusting leaving a tractor in a field away from home that long!
 

nashmach

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He was to ring me back when Fran came back from his holidays. The lad that is doing the TW had her nearly ready six weeks ago and I do not even know where his place is . I may get them all back for the auction.

What's up with the TeeDub?
 

diesel power

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You are very trusting leaving a tractor in a field away from home that long!
It's not ideal I agree and generally I don't leave stuff there or anywhere else for any longer then the work takes to complete but this time I haven't been able to get a chance to go get it. The wet spell after the last heat wave put me under savage pressure to get work done.
 
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