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    clbarclay replied to the thread Weaving GD user thread.
    Sumo had a system on their disc drills which pulled up under the lift arms to transfer weight from tractor with conveny single acting...
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    clbarclay replied to the thread Weaving GD user thread.
    If you are buying new then the width dictates mounted or trailed. 3m = mounted, 4m and over = trailed. Bear in mind that these are not...
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    clbarclay replied to the thread Simba mininflow.
    One thought would be trash clearance between the tines. How much you need will vary with your own conditions, but I would suggest not...
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    clbarclay replied to the thread Weaving GD 3000 Fan motor seal.
    Have you got it connected to a free flow return?
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    clbarclay replied to the thread CAD software.
    I out of curiosity I had another try with free. It was not a clunky as I remembered, but still not as slick or nice to use as the...
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    Looks... Interesting, but you can bet that western makes would come up with special irregular size blanks that their tools have to use.
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    clbarclay replied to the thread Which filter removal tool ?.
    Been using a length of seat belt and a surplus sparkplug socket with a couple of slots cut along its sides it for years.
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    clbarclay replied to the thread Ideal combine.
    It's quite a few years now since Deere showed some tracks like that on a combine. I guess the one downside is reduced contact length in...
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    clbarclay reacted to gpcwm's post in the thread Reichardt angle sensor with Like Like.
    Took apart angle sensor brackets found 2 x small bearings and 1 had collapsed spoke to ben burgess parts dept for parts. New part from...
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    clbarclay replied to the thread CAD software.
    A tracker ball is one alternative to a mouse. I find mice can vary though and some are fine while others make my hand ache after no time...
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    clbarclay replied to the thread CAD software.
    OnShape has a free option and is cloud based, but anything you do with the free version will be public for anyone to see. Like most...
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    clbarclay replied to the thread Trimble 750.
    I'm not certain on the 750, but on some Trimble devices there is a settings for maximum distance and angle off line the system will...
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    clbarclay replied to the thread Vredestein tyres.
    I suspect that has a lot to do with it. I am also a little sceptical though as to whether all manufacturers sidewalls will actually last...
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    clbarclay replied to the thread Vredestein tyres.
    Are there any tyre brands these days that nobody (or at least relativerly few people) has had sidewall issues with?
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    clbarclay reacted to pjamesmk1's post in the thread 16t Grain/ silage trailer build with Like Like.
    Looks like we will be going for twin rams. Can't widen gate ways as it will be used on customers farms as well as our own. Doing all the...

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