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Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by Mike, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. c4l

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  2. Arthur

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    It's a Lamborghini but probably no different in Hurlimann format unless it had a watercooled engine.
     
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    Same Titan 160 basically.

    DFH was my first guess!!
     
  4. Mike

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    She looks like a Bord Na Mona tractor
     
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    Be a good tractor. There's 15000 hours in an engine in services right. Good to pull. Big dog of a tractor though - needs a big turning circle.
     
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    Was it Essex County Council ? There was a restored MF 35 , ex some UK council , same colour , in TAFKATs adopted town .
     
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    The Decal isnt original either
     
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    That could be it. Was there many councils in d uk that had their own colours?
     
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    Not round here,yellow fergies were very common 30 years or so ago,nowadays it’s kubota and Deere’s.
     
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    Theres a white 390 local to here,and i think it was an ex council tractor
     
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    There was one on donedeal about a year ago ex Shannon airport.
    Whether thats the same one or not, l dunno.
     
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    It thinks its a DX 3.90....:whistle:
     
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    They were a bit tight with the legal markings. For the sake of 200 euro. It would have transformed it.
     
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  21. ponderosa

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    surely 818 is heavier
     
  22. c4l

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    I spose it would have a beefier backend. There have to be some difference in em to make 1 not obsolete
     
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    I was standing beside an 818 and I thought it was bigger than the 718 . Is the 818 the same size as an 820 .
     
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    818 and 820 same weight both 36kg heavier than a 718
     
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    I think the 818 and 718 shared the same back end as they could both take 42in tyres. Might of been subtle differences around the front as they were both on the market at the same time.
     

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