I have a nine foot pottinger. Was chucking a belt off the conditioner pulley every now and again. Dealer said that the idler arm could be bent. Sure enough idler wasn’t centred over the belts. Straightened it. No more problems.
Just some thing to check.
Best I’ve seen was an above ground store with reception pit beside with steel slats over it. What didn’t go down between the slats was scraped into a heap and taken away and tipped on off ground. Leaving slurry to be pumped closer by.
Doesn’t have to be an above ground store. Could just be a...
Ok don’t laugh but I had an idea for a pusher but I didn’t get round to it as doing less corn. I was just going to bolt a board on my flat eight. For my, what was then thirty acres I thought that would work.
Tea, all the way. If there is one thing that annoys me it’s having to wait in a que for a cup of tea whilst the cafe’s coffee tossers make Tarquins or Martha’s mocha chocka half latte soy crap in a cup.
Fuel wise. I used to drive 200hp and front mounted buck rake and first cut was 1 litre an acre in a normal pit. If your chasing it round a corner or fudging about in tight area then that could go up by 50%.