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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Storage
    side of the border All the real farmers here are going to these Watching fertilizer thrown into a ventilator Top The Pretender Post subject Re Storage Posted Sun May 10 2015 5 28 pm Joined Sun Jun 28 2009 3 05 pm Posts 9632 Location The Zone My thoughts are that pickups are less practical than people think because of how stuff rolls about and is not secure Is something like this any good http www njaluminiumlinings co uk pic 16146 html aside from all the ally tat they were all the rage when I was working in the land of the free You could take the whole bed off and put an Aussie stylee dropside bed on they re dead handy keep honking I m reloading Top Bloomers Post subject Re Storage Posted Sun May 10 2015 6 53 pm Joined Thu Jan 15 2009 7 36 pm Posts 6089 Location In the Trent what Pret has linked to looks good either that or find a mechanics tool chest that is about the right width and lift that in are you on ere curly Top Fat Hill Post subject Re Storage Posted Mon May 18 2015 9 55 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 10 46 pm Posts 6471 Location Eat Anglia Tel wrote Well got the new pick up for work and was thinking about some storage in the back to stop stuff rolling around etc Wondered about a set of drawers what s the thoughts What did you have in the end Isuzu I bet with all whistles and balls moneymoneymoney always sunny in a rich mans world 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

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Wheel changer
    plain old 20 mm threaded rod to pull the arms together to lift the wheel hopefully this way if a part timer gets hold of it then it wont get bent trying to jack up a machine just got support arms to put on now took me most of today to get this far but I m not the designer of stuff so a fair time was spent wandering about scratching my head and cursing the steelworks for leaving seams on the inside of box sections they don t slide together that well till you either take em off or groove inner box Attachments 20150506 165946 jpg 1 5 MiB Viewed 2217 times Hold my beer watch this Top The Pretender Post subject Re Wheel changer Posted Wed May 06 2015 9 01 pm Joined Sun Jun 28 2009 3 05 pm Posts 9632 Location The Zone Looks good should be dead easy to push along your nice smooth floor too keep honking I m reloading Top kipper Post subject Re Wheel changer Posted Wed May 06 2015 9 42 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk I look forward to seeing it finished Top Bloomers Post subject Re Wheel changer Posted Wed May 06 2015 9 57 pm Joined Thu Jan 15 2009 7 36 pm Posts 6089 Location In the Trent Not that I ve done it for a while but messing with wheels was never the best job looks good JB are you on ere curly Top Fat Hill Post subject Re Wheel changer Posted Thu May 07 2015 12 13 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 10 46 pm Posts 6471 Location Eat Anglia Is it just for the sprayer or will it handle proper big tractor wheels as

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - New 1/2 inch drive ratchet
    nice to use and well made Deeeheeecent Top NQIT Post subject Re New 1 2 inch drive ratchet Posted Sat Apr 11 2015 2 15 pm Joined Sun Jan 18 2009 1 13 pm Posts 1838 Location Norfolk Lord Muck wrote NQIT wrote http www halfords com motoring travel tools diy socket sets halfords advanced professional 90 piece socket set The Halfords stuff is made by the same people who make a lot of the Clarke Pro and Sealey tools Cracking stuff nice to use and well made I only buy their Professional stuff now Had too many other makes bend and break Halfords stuff seems to put up with my abuse and very good value if you keep an eye on the website for offers 3 4 socket set has had some hard all bars still straight despite the use of unauthorised torque multipliers Top Tel Post subject Re New 1 2 inch drive ratchet Posted Sat Apr 11 2015 7 55 pm Joined Thu Apr 30 2009 9 45 pm Posts 2779 Most of my stuff is teng and it s as good as the day it was brought 15 years ago I got a nice divorce settlement so treated myself to something which was useful unlike the first wife I do have a few snap on bits and yes they are good but always use the teng stuff first Top defender Post subject Re New 1 2 inch drive ratchet Posted Sat Apr 11 2015 10 28 pm Joined Thu Dec 13 2007 1 58 pm Posts 926 Tel wrote Most of my stuff is teng and it s as good as the day it was brought 15 years ago I got a nice divorce settlement so treated myself to something which was useful unlike the first wife I do have a few snap on bits and yes they are good but always use the teng stuff first the teng stuff sold 15 years ago would be much better quality than what you buy today though the most recent teng spanners I bought are rusting and gave up on their ratchets and although they replace them it was a pain having to get them changed Top jonnieboy Post subject Re New 1 2 inch drive ratchet Posted Sun Apr 12 2015 8 17 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire defender wrote Tel wrote Most of my stuff is teng and it s as good as the day it was brought 15 years ago I got a nice divorce settlement so treated myself to something which was useful unlike the first wife I do have a few snap on bits and yes they are good but always use the teng stuff first the teng stuff sold 15 years ago would be much better quality than what you buy today though the most recent teng spanners I bought are rusting and gave up on their ratchets and although they

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - New 1/2 inch drive ratchet
    03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 NQIT wrote Lord Muck wrote jonnieboy wrote Lord Muck wrote jonnieboy wrote As for the ratchet if it s for work then buy whatever mf dealer has and book it to farm if it s for your bike don t bother I mainly use 1 44 on bike 3 8 if it s tight You want inch drive air impact for tight stuff on a bike Or a torque multiplier and 3 foot of scaffold tube Are you by chance selling helicoils now No knock off welly s torches and jackets You re muscling into Guy s niche I don t want to be anywhere near his niche Deeeheeecent Top Coltheox Post subject Re New 1 2 inch drive ratchet Posted Mon Apr 13 2015 7 18 am Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh Admit it you d love to ratchet your way into his niche Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top skoda Post subject Re New 1 2 inch drive ratchet Posted Mon Apr 13 2015 9 45 pm Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 11 46 pm Posts 1665 Location Ruthin http www ebay co uk itm FACOM 1 2 DRI 541c86d1bf I bought one of these 15 years ago its still working Keep on Rockin in the free World Top Lord Muck Post subject Re New 1 2 inch drive ratchet Posted Mon Apr 13 2015 9 47 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 Nice kit Deeeheeecent Top essexpete Post subject Re New 1 2 inch drive ratchet Posted Sun Apr 19 2015 4 25 pm Joined Sun Dec 20 2009 11 05 am Posts 3128 Another vote for halfords when on special offer

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - new build
    Have used kits from these tell them what you are doing and they draw it and make it You fit it There prices are about the same as the truck motor factors Top jonnieboy Post subject Re new build Posted Thu Jan 15 2015 11 18 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire Done a bit now but keep getting dragged off to lead muck or corn ended up nearer 36 foot and I think the back rack will be hydraulic to nip the bales up Attachments 2015 01 15 13 40 28 jpg 1 26 MiB Viewed 2441 times 2014 12 12 16 40 04 jpg 1 04 MiB Viewed 2441 times 2014 12 12 13 22 11 jpg 1 43 MiB Viewed 2441 times Hold my beer watch this Top jonnieboy Post subject Re new build Posted Thu Jan 15 2015 11 26 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire got the top bit nearly complete starting on drawbar tomorrow hopefully we have a gret lump of tube from the scrappies for drawbar and cross braces in the chassis axle spacing is going to be a bit wider to try and make it ride better and be more stable will it work time will tell hopefully there will be a pic of normal spacing and our trial one Oh and if it was any longer it wouldn t fit in the workshop Attachments 2015 01 15 13 40 40 jpg 1 25 MiB Viewed 2436 times 2015 01 15 13 42 49 jpg 1 29 MiB Viewed 2436 times 2015 01 15 13 42 03 jpg 1 3 MiB Viewed 2436 times Hold my beer watch this Top McFarmer Post subject Re new build Posted Thu Jan 15 2015 11 40 pm Joined Sat Aug 16 2008 3 18 am Posts 6924 Location Schizophrenia Just this side of the border Wow very I pressive What is that clamp laying on it I ve never seen anything like it Third to last photo Watching fertilizer thrown into a ventilator Top footsfitter Post subject Re new build Posted Thu Jan 15 2015 11 52 pm Joined Sat May 09 2009 11 59 pm Posts 1239 Location Near Park Prewett McFarmer wrote Wow very I pressive What is that clamp laying on it I ve never seen anything like it Third to last photo Carver clamp Mac expensive but very good http www carver co uk index1 htm http tinyurl com qxxuwyt Top jonnieboy Post subject Re new build Posted Tue Jan 20 2015 8 55 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire They are good clamps Mac but like all clamps they are always just too short or lacking jaw reach Well we ve had a steady couple of days on the pointy bit mostly because we didn t really have a set

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - new build
    the scrapyard had this tube in I m not sure about the looks but Ive been told its stronger and less twistable than box but know I know it was used by Norfolk types I m not so sure Well you still see them at sales 60 and 70 years later so it must be a strong design Deeeheeecent Top The Pretender Post subject Re new build Posted Sun Feb 01 2015 5 05 pm Joined Sun Jun 28 2009 3 05 pm Posts 9632 Location The Zone It has a puncture already keep honking I m reloading Top Tel Post subject Re new build Posted Sun Feb 01 2015 5 42 pm Joined Thu Apr 30 2009 9 45 pm Posts 2779 Won t that torsion bar pull the draw bar side ways as it moves up and down Circular arc and all that Top The Squire Post subject Re new build Posted Sun Feb 01 2015 6 22 pm Joined Sun Aug 02 2009 9 53 pm Posts 3732 Location Location Location What weight will it carry Top jonnieboy Post subject Re new build Posted Sun Feb 01 2015 7 30 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire Very little sideways movement Tel tbh the front pin is 50mm in 2 hole as that s the only big drill we have so its all in tolerances should be good for 16t of fert or as many bales as we can cram on of course bearing in mind the 24t gross load Hold my beer watch this Top kipper Post subject Re new build Posted Sun Feb 01 2015 8 20 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk Trailer looks well once you get the floor on i will not flex at all How heavy will it be when done 4 ton Like the draw bar not seen one done like that before with the torsion bar Top footsfitter Post subject Re new build Posted Sun Feb 01 2015 8 22 pm Joined Sat May 09 2009 11 59 pm Posts 1239 Location Near Park Prewett Tel wrote Won t that torsion bar pull the draw bar side ways as it moves up and down Circular arc and all that Hopefully it will never get to complete a full circle Looks suspiciously like a ROR radius rod http tinyurl com qxxuwyt Top jonnieboy Post subject Re new build Posted Tue Feb 03 2015 11 28 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire footsfitter wrote Tel wrote Won t that torsion bar pull the draw bar side ways as it moves up and down Circular arc and all that Hopefully it will never get to complete a full circle Looks suspiciously like a ROR radius rod Works rather well though doesn t it finished the hydraulic rear hay rack thingie today bit elaborate and unnecessary

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - new build
    the front P7061127 JPG 155 1 KiB Viewed 1761 times P7061129 JPG 141 89 KiB Viewed 1761 times 013 2 JPG 96 68 KiB Viewed 1761 times Top jonnieboy Post subject Re new build Posted Wed Feb 04 2015 10 00 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire Lord Muck wrote footsfitter wrote Lord Muck wrote So what exactly does the bar do I assume the drawbar will move Its there to take the sideways thrust of the drawbar when turning and keep the airbag straight Only other option may of been to put brackets either side with slipper pads to do the same possibly on the end by having the bag mounted a bit further forward so the end of the tube sticking out would be between something to hold it steady and attached to the cross beam already there other wise it needs something in front of the bag but then there isn t anything much to weld brackets to Sort of explains why JB has used what you could call a panhard rod and uses the convenient chassis alongside much simpler Yes I understand that but I assume the drawbar will rise up and down with the airbag cushioning it Yes that s the plan ours is pivioted under the front cross member we have the air bag linked to a ride height sensor like kipper has shown then a shock absorber hopefully slowing it all down hopefully it will eliminate the pitch you get even with a spring drawbar gotta keep trying next step for comfort is another fastrac Hold my beer watch this Top Lord Muck Post subject Re new build Posted Wed Feb 04 2015 10 04 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 jonnieboy wrote Yes that s the plan ours is pivioted under the front cross member we have the air bag linked to a ride height sensor like kipper has shown then a shock absorber hopefully slowing it all down hopefully it will eliminate the pitch you get even with a spring drawbar I think what Tel and certainly me are wondering is that will there be a push and pull motion as the drawbar goes up and down as the radius arm will be at its longest when level but shorter when moving past that arc Deeeheeecent Top jonnieboy Post subject Re new build Posted Wed Feb 04 2015 10 20 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire Will answer that once its up and running In theory the drawbar shouldn t move very far as the airbag once up to pressure should remain fairly constant the arc the tie rod runs through is very small total movement of the airbag is only about 5 and it should never get to extremes under normal travelling But it is all new to us so its very much trial and

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - new build
    Location E Herts graybo wrote What s a gallon Gret ole sailing ship with pirates and treasure and stuff Top graybo Post subject Re new build Posted Thu Feb 19 2015 9 19 pm Joined Sat May 16 2009 11 21 pm Posts 6761 Location beds Flintstone wrote graybo wrote What s a gallon Gret ole sailing ship with pirates and treasure and stuff Oh thanks No one can steer like this Ffuker Top Tel Post subject Re new build Posted Fri Feb 20 2015 6 34 pm Joined Thu Apr 30 2009 9 45 pm Posts 2779 graybo wrote jonnieboy wrote Yep its 4mm kipper stripped the axles down today checked out the brakes fitted new back plates had sand blaster guy in for a look blasted primed and top coated will be in the region of 1500 not cheap but he takes all mill scale off and its a proper job He has estimated 20 gallon of primer will be needed What s a gallon About an average evening on beer Top jonnieboy Post subject Re new build Posted Fri Feb 20 2015 6 48 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire Tel wrote graybo wrote jonnieboy wrote Yep its 4mm kipper stripped the axles down today checked out the brakes fitted new back plates had sand blaster guy in for a look blasted primed and top coated will be in the region of 1500 not cheap but he takes all mill scale off and its a proper job He has estimated 20 gallon of primer will be needed What s a gallon About an average evening on beer or 1 2 a day on the coke Hold my beer watch this Top DaveJ Post subject Re new build Posted Fri Feb 20 2015 6 51 pm Joined Sat Oct 10 2009 8 47 pm Posts 3049 Location crappest broadband in Powys jonnieboy wrote Tel wrote graybo wrote jonnieboy wrote Yep its 4mm kipper stripped the axles down today checked out the brakes fitted new back plates had sand blaster guy in for a look blasted primed and top coated will be in the region of 1500 not cheap but he takes all mill scale off and its a proper job He has estimated 20 gallon of primer will be needed What s a gallon About an average evening on beer or 1 2 a day on the coke Thought we were talking gallons not grams Top Tel Post subject Re new build Posted Fri Feb 20 2015 7 34 pm Joined Thu Apr 30 2009 9 45 pm Posts 2779 jonnieboy wrote Tel wrote graybo wrote jonnieboy wrote Yep its 4mm kipper stripped the axles down today checked out the brakes fitted new back plates had sand blaster guy in for a look blasted primed and top coated will be in the region of 1500 not cheap but he takes all mill scale off and its a proper

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