What are you up to in the workshop?

towbar

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Got caught out with an old amazone last week was in field beside house and went in for cup of tea and one of the rams must have being leaking a bit leaving the fertilizer dribble out on ground. 😂.
 

c4l

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Got caught out with an old amazone last week was in field beside house and went in for cup of tea and one of the rams must have being leaking a bit leaving the fertilizer dribble out on ground. 😂.
at least it was in the field. got caught a few times not closing the spinner when filling in the yard
 

johndeere6920s

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Does it have to be replaced with new so?
It's only for opening the fert spreader.
Might dig out a spring.
Yeah it would unfortunately I don't know why they do that.
I think there spun on a lathe and the head of them is sealed.
There's a one the same set up as yours on the transmission of the cvx's and it's 800 euro.
What size is that one it will say it on it somewhere
 

Green Grass

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Them amazone are a bastard for the shutter opening up ,they are some engineers .in my rauch the hyd. pressure on the shutter is to close so it could close unknown to you but there is a valve fitted where you hook up to tractor to stop this
 

c4l

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Them amazone are a bastard for the shutter opening up ,they are some engineers .in my rauch the hyd. pressure on the shutter is to close so it could close unknown to you but there is a valve fitted where you hook up to tractor to stop this
The MDS is the same here. Have single acting rams on it and it used to open up. Dad rigged a valve into the mix and used a t joint so both rams working on one spool and when its closed we shut the valve to keep it that way
 

towbar

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A claas screen worked on a year ago and the new bulb failed possibly cheap rubbish or possibly faulty driver chip anyway broke the replacement while fitting it so brainwave used a strip of led lights instead. Worked nicely and should be a lot more reliable.
 

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Ptk44

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A claas screen worked on a year ago and the new bulb failed possibly cheap rubbish or possibly faulty driver chip anyway broke the replacement while fitting it so brainwave used a strip of led lights instead. Worked nicely and should be a lot more reliable.
Nice work
 

c4l

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A claas screen worked on a year ago and the new bulb failed possibly cheap rubbish or possibly faulty driver chip anyway broke the replacement while fitting it so brainwave used a strip of led lights instead. Worked nicely and should be a lot more reliable.
should be our own version of david king
 

towbar

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should be our own version of david king
I wish but I just don’t know how he gets access to all the circuit diagrams and components. I can do the simple power supply stuff and lighting etc but not the more complex stuff.
 

eddie86

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Yeah it would unfortunately I don't know why they do that.
I think there spun on a lathe and the head of them is sealed.
There's a one the same set up as yours on the transmission of the cvx's and it's 800 euro.
What size is that one it will say it on it somewhere
That's some price for it.
This one is:
0.16L
80bar
Max 210 bar
Max temp 80°C

Edit. I assume it's 8.0 and 12.0 bar.
 
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towbar

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Trying to remove the pins gas and bottle jack. Switched to grinder and will be followed by mag drill!! Much more effective
 

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Mid cork

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Trying to remove the pins gas and bottle jack. Switched to grinder and will be followed by mag drill!! Much more effective
Did you try putting a bolt or a threaded into the pin and using it as a pullers. With that and the gas you would shift most of them.
 

Endah

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I find the hollow cylinder is a gift for the likes of those jobs, You can have it set up and under pressure , heat the pin with the gas and 9/10 it'll pop and allow you to draw it out using the cylinder, a good constant force is hard bet vs sledging the life out of something.
That said you need a decent size of a thread in the pin to do this as anything below m10 is just going to get stretched if its well stuck.

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