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    Copper sulphate

    Afternoon all I went to fill the footbath a wee while ago only to discover we've no formalin left I've got an old tub of copper sulphate but I can't remember the mixing rate Could someone refresh my memory please
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    Universal joint cups

    Tried that, that's how I usually do it, but it's helluva tight
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    Universal joint cups

    Was making up a new universal joint earlier and forgot to put grease in one of the cups :banghead: and at least one of the rollers has fallen out Long story short, how can I remove the cup again intact, it's in a new yoke and is rather a tight fit and I don't have a press
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    Newholland conventional baler range??

    935 was the yellow replacement for the 370 The 370 was made at Aylesbury but production was moved to France for the 900 series I wouldn't be sure that it was any harder to get parts for the 370 than any other old NH baler The old man fixed NH wee balers for years and reckoned the 370 to be...
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    Delaval tank washer

    We have a Delaval TWA plus tank washer which for a few days hasn't been drawing in the chemical There's a solenoid on the bottom of the chemical dosing unit which I've changed and it's still not working and now it's not drawing hot water either Anyone got any ideas /suggestions? TIA
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    Is a round baler chamber round

    A New Holland 841 wasn't, the floor was flat
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    Ford 4600

    (y)
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    Ford 4600

    Ah well you pays your money you takes your choice (y) Somebody somewhere must like 4600s (and 135s) though, or they wouldn't be so expensive Maybe they thought of buying a Deutz but were put off by the constant dealer merry go round, or parts prices and availability or complexity of repairs...
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    Ford 4600

    They're not alone in that If a 4600 is only worth £1000 , then a 135 would be £750 ish and there's no chance of that :eek:
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    Ford 4600

    Is my grammar not good enough for you? Or have you had your hearing damaged by a Ford?
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    Ford 4600

    All that @7610 super q said they're less inclined to going porous than the 4 cylinders The front axle could be a bit worn on one with a loader if it's done a lot of heavy work, apart from that they're virtually indestructible They're generally very gutsy for 60ish hp , they aren't the quietest...
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    Ford 4610 or MF590

    I also very much doubt anyone could go past one......if it was heading downhill in low multi power :ROFLMAO:
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    Ford 4610 or MF590

    Aye and you're just an impartial observer ;)
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    Ford part number identification

    :ROFLMAO: I prefer boring barsteward :ROFLMAO:
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    Ford part number identification

    C5NN indicates that it's a tractor part (NN) first released for production in 1965 C stands for the 60s, D for 70s etc plus the second digit is the year Probably originally meant to fit a 4000
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    Classics Earning their keep.

    I bet if said gentleman phoned looking to buy a machine you would understand him perfectly well ;)
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    Classics Earning their keep.

    Aye very good :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
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    New Holland red/yellow livery

    We had all that lot too (y)
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    New Holland red/yellow livery

    Sperry New Holland introduced yellow balers , foragers etc before Ford took over, maybe to create a standard look in the product line but this was only in Europe, in the US balers and all hay machinery stayed red A couple of years after Ford took over the 500 series square balers and 835 /865...
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    Tyre size for ford 6410

    6410 had matched 16.9 x34 and 13.6x24 when supplied new This is a couple of extracts from a Ford service bulletin, unfortunately I can't find the page with tyre sizes :banghead: but note that there are 3 different transfer box ratios for the 6610 which would be the same with the 6410
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