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Discussion in 'Workshop Projects' started by Cab-over Pete, Apr 18, 2019.
Into the waiting room.
With a girlie mag!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Having a da ja vous moment here Pete!
Now that is a thing of beauty
Down to local fabrication man hopefully
I heard that one of them is to replace the 'nut' that holds the steering wheel...
Can’t fault his resilience!
Be great if the required parts turn up after all this time.
Ironic that the op is called cab over Pete when the cab over bit is holding the job up.
Very frustrating when you know what to do, how to do it, but some other muppet holds you up.
Pile of parts turned up at Evesham today so I drove down to collect them.
Put my new wheels and tyres on them and managed to drive them all home!
We are on track again.
Thanks @Chae1 for the heads up.
What’s going on the front links?
Is it fendt green?
They got you a proper saddle trac, instead of just the subframe? Winner!
(Nicer colour as well...)
Well pleased for you @Cab-over Pete looks the dogs danglers that does
Probably take them off to lose weight, planning a nice stainless tool box if time allows
No, the colours of a big German waste to land recycling company called Bollmer
Hold on a minute; this is a stitch up.
You started with a Xerion 3300 and now have a Fendt edition 3800.
What did you do: call those dudes at pimp my ride or something?
@carbonfibre farmer might make you a nice claas one.
I suggested it to the Claas salesman Ed Parker and, fair play to him, I gave him two weeks to get it here. He’s beaten that by a whisker so thanks to him. Good bloke.
I’ll publicly apologise because I got my figures a bit mixed up but he was very good about it, had it all written down and accepted my apology. No falling out but I thought he had it wrong.
I might have known it was actually me!!
Bit of work to do now!
Oh, ok. Any pics @carbonfibre farmer ?
Front box is fine......just so long as no gears or cogs involved.
@Cab-over Pete is this going to put you back on track for the season now? I take it you no longer need the subframe etc that did/didn't exist in Germany?
It'll still comply for insurance purposes and legalities as you want?