Maxxum vs MF 3120 vs NH 40 series

Discussion in 'Machinery' started by Joe S, Dec 28, 2016.

  1. gwspark

    gwspark Member

    Case CS series are actually Steyr, know a fella ran a 9145 and 9125. Same as CS range. Brilliant tractor.
  2. @John 1594 yea I have heard about glass houses, have you heard this one?
    Any fool can criticise, condemn and complain- and most fools do.
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  3. John 1594

    John 1594 Member

    Im more concerned at the amount of time you have devoted to finding out the ins and outs of various details of my tractor...given the collective info was not contained to one single thread

    second occupation as an internet stalker maybe?

    you must have a bee in your bonnet to have to type an essay out like you just did, thats for sure

    i was a fool once, admittedly. It soon passed though, once i had sold the cause of the problem
  4. It was all on one thread, the one where the 15 shat itself. And in my opinion it was better to get the facts rather than your approach of making stuff up to suit what I want to say.
    And no there's no bee in my bonnet, I'm in a real good mood thanks. Rather amusing tbh, always interesting to see what you come up with. Your like that annoying dorky kid at the party, no one wants him there but he always shows up to run everyone else's fun :ROFLMAO: but credit where it's due you must have balls (or are very stupid) because of the way you tried to tell @REStractorATION how to spray :ROFLMAO:
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  5. John 1594

    John 1594 Member


    Ive told him plenty of times, not just yesterday

    if your going to charge top whack prices, then you need something to show for it

    originallity is worth more than a shiny paint job, after all beauty isnt skin deep, as im sure you know
  6. Drillman

    Drillman Member

    North Yorkshire
    Anyway......... back on topic.....

    What's today's thought then @Joe S ??

    Landini? Kubota? Fastrac?

    No ones mentioned them yet......

    Fendt, cheapest tractor you will ever own

    Apparently :scratchhead:
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  7. Take it your a big believer in "the beauty is on the inside"
  8. John 1594

    John 1594 Member


    Must have been if i went out and bought a major :ROFLMAO:
  9. This is going to be fun..
    Im ready come on then outsider looking in
    You dont know the 1st thing with our position
    So john dont you fecking dare tell me what to do!!!!!!! Or how to do what we do.
    Its not my fault your jelous and bitter about what we do
    For a guy a who claims claims to know everything you your self have alot to learn also...
    Theres a little saying ... you say it best when you say nothing at all
    Anyway this is joes thread ive said my peice i dont need to say any more
    I will be the bigger guy an walk away laughing :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::finger:
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  10. Seen and driven cs. 120
  11. John 1594

    John 1594 Member


    Are you done now?

    should have blown that overspray well out of the shed i would have thought

    when you start restoring things properly and fitting the correct lights and other period features i might, just might give you a bit more credit

    until then....
  12. J 1177

    J 1177 Member

    Durham, UK
    Are we all finished yet lads draw a line under it. Back on topic lets help find the lad a usefull 100 hp ish tractor. For around 8 to 9 k. How about something a bit left field like a deutz.
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  13. cfr1964

    cfr1964 Member

    I suggested that about oh. .....400 pages ago (y)
    Joe was worried about local parts availability and know how for repairs
    He's missing all the fun here grafting away at school while all we hard working men bicker like a shower of wee lassies :rolleyes:
  14. Dont flatter your self pal
    Your not a legend your self
    Oh and for your info your judgeing me off pics i put up on here
    There is a few restorations that my customers dont want me upload pics of ie rare items so infact mr know itall you are wrong again hahahahah
    You shouldnt judge a book by its cover and your wrong again oops did i mention that....

    We do. Do origanality its just you dont get to see it due to my customers request

    Until then thrush..... yourself anorak bite your tounge from now on.
    My grandad has some rare tackle that you personally would wet your self to see some really rare db stuff. yes he worked for db in the factory then up here to a dealership driving wagons.
    You dont know the 1st thing about me or how we do it so pi55 off in future and do us all a favor..

    Until then.... hahahahaha i laughed my winky off at that
    Until then!!!!!! :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:
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  15. Yes im finished id replyed after you put this
    But yes
    Back on track
    Sorry all i dont like to reply in that manner but sometimes things have to be said...

    So im finished
    @Joe S
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  16. J 1177

    J 1177 Member

    Durham, UK
    Firby has a Newholland L95 in (terracotta). Maybes a bit high in price from what the op wanted but looks tidy. 1484152133013.jpg
  17. gwspark

    gwspark Member

    If ur looking a reliable 100hp tractor. Ford/NH 7740. If u can find an SL. Bullet proof, nothing to go wrong really. And in my opinion, will outpull a non turbo'd 7840. But that's only my experience. Someone else may say different. But I have found the SL's pull a lot better than the SLE.
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  18. Would agree with this, used to drive my mates 6640 2wd SL at silage with 13 ton trailer, pulled like a train! @Joe S if you wanted really simple and basic an SL would be a good choice plus you can pick one up cheaper
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  20. Do thay pull well? And do thay last?

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