Baler has just melted a small pin out of the isobus plug and socket. Anyone seen this happen on isobus before? Mechanic thinks it could just be a bad connection in the plug but I'm worried it will do something to the new plug when fitted.
Dont thank me until you have it out in case I'm wrong and its different. Is it a non chopper? Looks slightly different from ours. If it's the same it's not a big job. In fact we used to nip pick up off in winter to change tines. Saved a lot of banged heads and nipped fingers.
Looks like our old vicon. If it's in the hinge for the pickup, 2 bolts takes the hinge off at the other side. Take out the ram pins. Drive chain is off already. Trolley jack under and roll it out to the side. Allows access to the circlip and bearings within
Help required with my 14 plate l200. It ran out of electricity one Day a few days after it came home from gettinga new balancer shaft in the engine. Replaced battery and alternator. Everything seemed fine for a day but only 12v off the back of the alternator. 2nd day back it started fine first...
No I put most of the problems down to the fact my tractor does a rediculas amount of road work. But really for the hours its done, I have absolutely nothing to complain about. Not sure if its luck or judgement.
My only advice would be use someone that knows what they are doing. Done...
I was McD in a past life but had to change names due to a password problem.
Yes still have the tractor. It's got 11364 hours now. On its 3rd set of tyres and 3rd set of half shafts(its a bit of a mystery why its eatinghalf shafts since 9k hours). Apart from new bearings in a...
I would say daewoo are a good farm digger. We have a 130lcv. Nice simple machine. Can pick them up for reasonable money and if you buy at the right money it wont loose much value. Balgownie are good for spares and workshop. Once you get a track machine, you will wonder how you managed without it.