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Classic tractor working day

Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by FarmyStu, Sep 9, 2018.

  1. FarmyStu

    FarmyStu Member

    Location:
    NE Lincs
    Taken near Spilsby, Lincs. P1013980.jpg P1013991.jpg P1014113.jpg P1014033.jpg P1014024.jpg
     
    Last edited: Sep 9, 2018
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  2. FarmyStu

    FarmyStu Member

    Location:
    NE Lincs
    Few more P1014005.jpg P1013995.jpg P1014162.jpg P1014168.jpg P1014190.jpg
     
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  3. FarmyStu

    FarmyStu Member

    Location:
    NE Lincs
    More.... P1014200.jpg P1014213.jpg P1014230.jpg P1014254.jpg P1014271.jpg
     
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  4. FarmyStu

    FarmyStu Member

    Location:
    NE Lincs
  5. FarmyStu

    FarmyStu Member

    Location:
    NE Lincs
    My fave machine at the event
    P1014052.jpg P1014133.jpg P1014378.jpg P1014403.jpg P1014449.jpg
     
  6. fermec860

    fermec860 Member

    Location:
    Warwicshire
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  7. msheep66

    msheep66 Member

    Location:
    Mid Wales
    Excellent photos thanks for sharing, looked a great event .
     
  8. spin cycle

    spin cycle Member

    Location:
    north norfolk
    +1 thanks:)
     
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  9. 76masseyman

    76masseyman Member

    Location:
    Lincolncestershire
    Was a good day. You took a picture of my ride, but when someone else was having a go.
     
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  10. tomlad

    tomlad Member

    Location:
    nr. preston
    I had exactly the same thought captain.
    Odd stuff on the tyres o_O
    Tbf it pee'd down most of yesterday , we have had a bit of rain last few week but give it a day and u cant tell , lands still soaking it up well.

    Great photos (y)
     
  11. timff

    timff Member

    Great and many thanks for uploading. Yes agree it looks sticky! What's the first one, a 4000 or 5000? Methinks a 4000?
    The 76 is on light duty with only 2 furrows!
     
  12. FarmyStu

    FarmyStu Member

    Location:
    NE Lincs
    It's a 5000. I thought the same about the 7610. I'd guess that folk spend the money on the tractor then get whatever implement they can? That D6D was just purring. It would be interesting to know it's output and fuel use per ha.
     
  13. david

    david Member

    Location:
    County Down
    Excellent pictures there Stu. (y)

    Thanks for posting them.
     
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  14. Robm

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  15. Robm

    Robm New Member

    This is my 5000 that I was ploughing with on Sunday the first picture that’s at the top of the thread
     
  16. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    Thank you .................... (y)
     
  17. timff

    timff Member

    Lovely looking 5000 Robm. Is she non PAS? Incidentally, the drag link is different on the 7000 as it disappears towards the tombstone. Presumably that's PAS but without an external ram? I thought that sort of steering linkage only started with the 600 series in 1975?
     
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  18. really good photos..... thanks
     
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  19. FarmyStu

    FarmyStu Member

    Location:
    NE Lincs
    P1014422.jpg P1013979.jpg

    Couple more of your 5000 @Robm
     
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  20. cosmiccrofter

    cosmiccrofter Member

    Location:
    Banffshire
    What lens on your camera Farmystu?
     

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