I sometimes think I've not a clue how to do things compared to the old fellas or yesteryear but then I realise that the skill sets that they had and the ones I have are chalk and cheese.
I've not a clue how to plough with a horse, work a binder, or build a stook but I can use a 5 furrow...
Oh I doubt that very much. Poke them hard enough and your finger would go through them.
The tails were welded up once already and now the patch has gone too.
Looking at the pictures they actually look quite good though :oops:
Although the rear board in the picture is actually a new one already...
Bought a half set of mouldboard knives/furrow splitters to try out.
Where have people found them most effective In to one of the spare holes or replaced a bolt in the stay?
I'm thinking one of the two holes in the middle is the most obvious.
Blackview every time.
I've a BV9800pro and it's been abused relentlessly (by accident) more than any other phone I've ever had and it's still going strong.
Falls out my top pocket on to concrete most days, has been run over twice, dropped in puddles and accidentally smashed it between two...
Have replaced the bearings on a couple of machines and they've run no problems.
Brushes are often overlooked, the motor stops working so the machine gets scrapped, new brushes are usually around the £8-£15 mark and the machine is back to normal