Grammer MSG95 seat air pipes

Muck Spreader

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Limousin
Had the plastic pipes that go from the compressor to the height control valve fracture on 2 different tractors in the last 4 months. Temporarily repaired both one now needs pumping after about one hour, but the other which broke off at the control valve is only good for about 5-10 mins. What's the best way to fix these pipes properly?
 

DanniAgro

Member
It's probably the pipe material thats causing you trouble (unless you used manufacturers pipe when you last did it). Original grade is sourced to stand the many thousands of flexings endured every day, and needs a special grade for the job.
Probably best to approach someone like a Grammer agent for supplies, even if it costs five time as much per metre as B & Q sells.
 

Latest Poll on TFF

  • Yes

    Votes: 22 14.9%
  • No

    Votes: 126 85.1%

JCB launches Fastrac ‘iCon’

  • 160
  • 0
Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine

JCB has launched new Fastrac 4000 and 8000 Series tractors with an all-new electronics infrastructure which is claimed to deliver higher levels of performance. According to JCB, the new Fastrac iCon operator environment has three key features: iConfigure – creating a bespoke control experience for every operator iConnect – integrating advanced precision agriculture technology iControl – redefining operation through new driveline software The 175hp to 348hp (133kW to 260kW) Fastracs feature the new iCon armrest console and touch-screen display to provide flexibility in operator allocation and operator information, as well as a new transmission control strategy to enhance operator comfort and powertrain efficiency, says the manufacturer...
Top