Well just had a 2 course meal for 2 total cost 20p ( butter in the spuds, and cream for the horse radish) and all the rest grown here
It’s the amount off junk food and fast food brought as they don’t know how to cook.
The few times I brought a takeaway the food was over priced junk
Was looking at a rb25 and phoned Bateman for axel weights and they did not know so thank you
Did the same with My old 1996 gem sapphire 2500 with 3000lt ( internal wash tank removed giving 2700lt and a 300lt external wash tank) 9060kg total with a front weight of 4280kg and rear axel of 4760kg...
Have pin and cone on a 3cx thanks to @holwellcourtfarm and he has one on his and it transformed the 3cx
I don’t get why jcb made the q fit and not stick with the Euro shovel hitch as they so close
It’s all they had in Sweden was the euro hitch on the handlers when we were there
If it’s 90% domestic then I would consider staying with mains as it’s less hassle.
For us our mains is very soft but ground water hard out off a local bore hole so will stay with mains for some jobs in houses and will add bore for loos etc as time goes on and refit the houses as we are aloud...
We are In a simular with 650m run from the meter it 32mm ( 400m) and 3/4 (250m ) with 2 big houses and large farm yard 340 head off beef cattle housed all year. I was going to go to 50mm but a bore hole is coming in at 6000 plus’s pipe and cable so about 9000 all in going to try this but will...
Old jcb meets new
It’s the first new big bit off kit I have brought for the farm
But it’s is attachment number 10 and the digger is 1988 and still dose min 500hrs a year and up to 10000tonnes moved per year.