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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - FootsFitter's Flowchart
    crowd Top footsfitter Post subject Re FootsFitter s Flowchart Posted Wed Nov 18 2015 8 59 pm Joined Sat May 09 2009 11 59 pm Posts 1239 Location Near Park Prewett WD40 agghhhh horrible stuff although it does have its uses its not much cop when used as a routine lubricant the stuff dries out and under extreme load heat ie a nut starting to seize on a thread the more it bites the heat rises and wd40 gives up Job for Plus Gas or a thin oil like 3 in 1 and plenty of it Duct tape ok if you get the good stuff anything else usually refused to stick even to its self http tinyurl com qxxuwyt Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Page 1 of 1 2 posts Board index Machinery Workshop All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No registered users and 2 guests You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=10481 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Ford 7740 error code
    Location Location Lord Muck wrote Have you tried turning it off and then on again ie Disconnect battery reboot Top Coltheox Post subject Re Ford 7740 error code Posted Tue Nov 17 2015 10 52 am Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh Weigh it in Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top Lord Muck Post subject Re Ford 7740 error code Posted Tue Nov 17 2015 11 21 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 The Squire wrote Lord Muck wrote Have you tried turning it off and then on again ie Disconnect battery reboot That used to work on the Massey s Deeeheeecent Top N14 Post subject Re Ford 7740 error code Posted Tue Nov 17 2015 3 34 pm Joined Tue Apr 28 2009 5 25 am Posts 1976 Location Manitoba canada Tractor has been pulled apart and re painted I was thinking removal of batteries might actually be the cause recalibration etc Not my tractor just trying to help a neighbour Hold my beer Watch this Top The Squire Post subject Re Ford 7740 error code Posted Tue Nov 17 2015 6 13 pm Joined Sun Aug 02 2009 9 53 pm Posts 3732 Location Location Location Lord Muck wrote The Squire wrote Lord Muck wrote Have you tried turning it off and then on again ie Disconnect battery reboot That used to work on the Massey s Sometimes worked on JDs too Top graybo Post subject Re Ford 7740 error code Posted Tue Nov 17 2015 6 31 pm Joined Sat May 16 2009 11 21 pm Posts 6761 Location beds It s ffuked No one can steer like this Ffuker Top footsfitter Post subject Re Ford 7740 error code Posted

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Spannering video for Foots Fitter
    pm Posts 3215 Location Far from the madding crowd quote Flintstone Which of us is losing the plot Don t forget I m in a different time zone to you lot Top footsfitter Post subject Re Spannering video for Foots Fitter Posted Mon Nov 09 2015 8 43 pm Joined Sat May 09 2009 11 59 pm Posts 1239 Location Near Park Prewett OLD wrote Flintstone wrote Which of us is losing the plot Don t forget I m in a different time zone to you lot Never mind OLD the thought was there They have a nice place to work in though http tinyurl com qxxuwyt Top Flintstone Post subject Re Spannering video for Foots Fitter Posted Mon Nov 09 2015 11 15 pm Joined Fri Aug 01 2014 3 33 pm Posts 1880 Location E Herts OLD wrote Flintstone wrote Which of us is losing the plot Don t forget I m in a different time zone to you lot I d say a different planet Those are the same two videos aren t they Or is it time for me to say wibble Top The Squire Post subject Re Spannering video for Foots Fitter Posted Tue Nov 10 2015 12 11 am Joined Sun Aug 02 2009 9 53 pm Posts 3732 Location Location Location Flintstone wrote OLD wrote Flintstone wrote Which of us is losing the plot Don t forget I m in a different time zone to you lot I d say a different planet Those are the same two videos aren t they Or is it time for me to say wibble Mornington Crescent Top Coltheox Post subject Re Spannering video for Foots Fitter Posted Tue Nov 10 2015 10 31 am Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Blower switch 62 series Massey?
    a little fiddle and got at it easier than i thought through the front panel Just a Pembrokeshire twat Top NQIT Post subject Re Blower switch 62 series Massey Posted Thu Nov 05 2015 8 55 pm Joined Sun Jan 18 2009 1 13 pm Posts 1838 Location Norfolk JM wrote Had a little fiddle and got at it easier than i thought through the front panel As the actress said to the bishop Top JM Post subject Re Blower switch 62 series Massey Posted Thu Nov 05 2015 8 57 pm Joined Fri May 22 2009 1 50 pm Posts 2116 Location St Davids NQIT wrote JM wrote Had a little fiddle and got at it easier than i thought through the front panel As the actress said to the bishop ooh err missus Just a Pembrokeshire twat Top Coltheox Post subject Re Blower switch 62 series Massey Posted Fri Nov 06 2015 9 04 am Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh JM wrote The fan has stopped working in my 6270 has anyone changed the switch and how does it come out Are you sure it s the switch On my 74 series my blower stopped working and it was some sort of electrical box and not the switch at all Got at through the top Good luck Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top The Pretender Post subject Re Blower switch 62 series Massey Posted Fri Nov 06 2015 8 32 pm Joined Sun Jun 28 2009 3 05 pm Posts 9632 Location The Zone Coltheox wrote JM wrote The fan has stopped working in my 6270 has anyone changed the switch and how does it come out Are you sure it s the switch On

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=10445 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - The things you learn
    2014 3 33 pm Posts 1880 Location E Herts The Pretender wrote The Management was moving peas today through the grain system to the bins via the conveyor I was sweeping the floor of the straw shed ready for later when we heard squeal which was the belts slipping on the conveyor Further inspection revealed the conveyor belt had jammed solid and the drive belts off the motor were just slipping Arse We tried pulling on the belt putting Stilsons on the shaft slackening the belt off and putting various bars in various places to no avail There is a flap starting to come adrift on the join on the belt so we assumed it had got jammed around the drive pulleys It was looking like it was going to be a massive job of dismantling the drive end of the conveyor with the risk it could be very difficult to put back together mid harvest Then I had a brain wave why not reverse the wires on the motor to make it run backwards The Management agreed and with my vast knowledge of 3 phase electrics I took the box of the motor and dived in swapping a couple of wires cos that s what you do right By which time the digger contractor had arrived waiting to be loaded with straw and said I ll have done well if that worked Wires swapped I shouted to press the button and bugger me it worked The belt went backwards no bother So I chopped the extraneous flap off the caused the problem and but the wires back and it went straight away and ran no bother for the rest of the day The Apprentice was so impressed he shook my hand Not a fcuking word Top HESSTON4860s Post subject Re The things you learn Posted Sun Aug 09 2015 9 57 pm Joined Wed Jun 10 2009 11 00 pm Posts 1066 Flintstone wrote The Pretender wrote The Management was moving peas today through the grain system to the bins via the conveyor I was sweeping the floor of the straw shed ready for later when we heard squeal which was the belts slipping on the conveyor Further inspection revealed the conveyor belt had jammed solid and the drive belts off the motor were just slipping Arse We tried pulling on the belt putting Stilsons on the shaft slackening the belt off and putting various bars in various places to no avail There is a flap starting to come adrift on the join on the belt so we assumed it had got jammed around the drive pulleys It was looking like it was going to be a massive job of dismantling the drive end of the conveyor with the risk it could be very difficult to put back together mid harvest Then I had a brain wave why not reverse the wires on the motor to make it run backwards The Management agreed and with my vast knowledge of

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=10314 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - The things you learn
    day night temperature changes Not much bit it can be enough to make oil milky especially if there is crankcase breather problem Plugs usually come gapped to a general setting but its good procedure to at least eyeball them some have a little protective tube but may are just in their carton and in theory could get knocked and close a electrode up Plus its always worth checking anything new out of the box never trust anyone many a wild goose chase has happened because the new part was duff As for the plug leads visually check for tracking marks on their outsides and then at least give them a spray with WD40 or the like and then wipe it all off so the leads are nice and clean If theres no miss fire I d leave them alone The oil is clean on the dipstick but there is a bit of mayo around the filler cab The spud shed does get a lot of condensation so I assume that will be some of it and the engine has had countless cooling issues and has had the head done in it s time I think the change interval is 400 hours and it looks like it was done last July It did miss a couple of fires this morning which made me think about the plugs I seem to remember it got really bad once and most of then ends of the pugs had burnt off keep honking I m reloading Top Lord Muck Post subject Re The things you learn Posted Tue Sep 01 2015 10 08 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 As FF says really The only thing gas engines tend to eat are plugs and only because they run at lower temps as a rule and get a crust coating on them Various gases cause differing problems Deeeheeecent Top footsfitter Post subject Re The things you learn Posted Tue Sep 01 2015 10 24 pm Joined Sat May 09 2009 11 59 pm Posts 1239 Location Near Park Prewett Lord Muck wrote As FF says really The only thing gas engines tend to eat are plugs and only because they run at lower temps as a rule and get a crust coating on them Various gases cause differing problems I guess there may well be different spec plugs for the different type fuels for the same basic engine http tinyurl com qxxuwyt Top Lord Muck Post subject Re The things you learn Posted Wed Sep 02 2015 11 37 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 footsfitter wrote Lord Muck wrote As FF says really The only thing gas engines tend to eat are plugs and only because they run at lower temps as a rule and get a crust coating on them Various gases cause differing problems I guess there may well be different spec plugs for the different type fuels for the same basic engine

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Radiator cleaning
    volume and force of air involved can shift a lot of stuff and can equally bend a lot of fins or worse like pressure washers it often caused when you can t get straight on to the core Removal is best and take off any cowling so you can get square onto it As an apprentice at this time of year I would hitch a hydrovane compressor to the 109 landrover I drove and then tour all over the central southern area here working down the list of the cat IH kit 931 s 941 s 955L D6 s D8 s Terex TS14 s TD8 s B100 s and Hymac 580C s Each one rad would get a real good blow out http tinyurl com qxxuwyt Top NQIT Post subject Re Radiator cleaning Posted Sat Aug 08 2015 9 12 pm Joined Sun Jan 18 2009 1 13 pm Posts 1838 Location Norfolk footsfitter wrote The Pretender wrote I have used a road compressor countless times you just need to be carefull Once you get past the normal hand blow gun the volume and force of air involved can shift a lot of stuff and can equally bend a lot of fins or worse like pressure washers it often caused when you can t get straight on to the core Removal is best and take off any cowling so you can get square onto it As an apprentice at this time of year I would hitch a hydrovane compressor to the 109 landrover I drove and then tour all over the central southern area here working down the list of the cat IH kit 931 s 941 s 955L D6 s D8 s Terex TS14 s TD8 s B100 s and Hymac 580C s Each one rad would get a real good blow out Never saw you as a blow job specialist Top footsfitter Post subject Re Radiator cleaning Posted Sat Aug 08 2015 9 22 pm Joined Sat May 09 2009 11 59 pm Posts 1239 Location Near Park Prewett NQIT wrote footsfitter wrote The Pretender wrote I have used a road compressor countless times you just need to be carefull Once you get past the normal hand blow gun the volume and force of air involved can shift a lot of stuff and can equally bend a lot of fins or worse like pressure washers it often caused when you can t get straight on to the core Removal is best and take off any cowling so you can get square onto it As an apprentice at this time of year I would hitch a hydrovane compressor to the 109 landrover I drove and then tour all over the central southern area here working down the list of the cat IH kit 931 s 941 s 955L D6 s D8 s Terex TS14 s TD8 s B100 s and Hymac 580C s Each one rad would get a real good blow out Never saw you as a blow

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Radiator cleaning
    on rads and then use a garden hose if there are any electrics about I have also fed in water into the fan but not on modern machinery Hot water at low pressure can clean it too The only way to do it right is take it off We had a burst oil hose on the combine last year and I have blown out the Deutz air cooled engine but there is still a film of oil on the fins Are the heads of these engines aluminimum and does that restrict the detergents you can use Top defender Post subject Re Radiator cleaning Posted Wed Aug 19 2015 6 37 pm Joined Thu Dec 13 2007 1 58 pm Posts 926 Got radiator lossened of but it was too heavy and large to get out of the side of the housing and I wasn t going to dismantle that I managed to get it turned sideways and blew it out from both sides was able to see little bits of light so reckoned it would have to do It seems a bit daft but it blows the air from along the side of the manifold through the intercooler and just as bad if you reversed the fan it would suck the air past the silencer through the intercooler but that s the way it was made anyway it is making power for the drier at the moment Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Page 2 of 2 17 posts Go to page Previous 1 2 Board index Machinery Workshop All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No registered users and 2 guests

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