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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Penmoel, May 20, 2013.
Looks like there should be a few lions and giraffe going about.
WHAT SORT OF BALE SHIFTER IS THAT?
Mixed day, mended a couple of WC's, then fitted a LPG changeover valve, next job was back in farm to load Wheat......forgot the photo
Then this turned up
Then finished the day filling a bit of dyke in
but ran out of material before I reached the end
You need duals on that tractor!
I did similar with a angle grinder, top blew up and hit me in the chest, made a mess of the clothes, developed a lot of holes at the next wash
The scariest one so far was using the angle grinder and set fire to a box of crow bangers, forgot I'd left them beside the bench, the noise and the smoke was biblical, initially thought the oxygen/acetylene bottles had caught, quickest I've ever got out of the workshop
yes, batteries and grinders dont mix.
It's homemade. Bought it from the contractor who built it probably 8 or 9 years ago. He was upgrading to a super chaser. 5 grand well spent.. Stack them 7 high it just squeezes and lifts. 2x 6 strings on a layer or 3x 4 strings. It's not keen on hay but brilliant for straw. We have changed the wheels and the axles will need changing soon there's a small bend.
I cleared about 90 acres of wheat and barley stacks this afternoon mostly close to the barn. Only got out of the tractor to chat to my brother who was stacking in the barn and to take a few photos.
It's Imber range. The deserted Imber village is just over the left horizon and copehill down Village is off to the right. There were a few tanks instead of lions but I didn't get close enough for a decent photo.
Ready to start ploughing, just need some dry weather.
Got some more detailed pics?
Is that 14 quads?
No not duels
its got to be cage wheels on that old girl to look right
Will take a couple more photos today. It takes 14 quads although we often just put a single on top as the stack is more stable.
Let's hope weather improves soon.
Dodson Contractors around here use similar chasers, all made by them. Very effective and quick.
Thats what our 'boys land' does to them, can't see any point in changing them yet as they still plough okay, would rather have some heavier land though
Get fendt baler matching rig then !
Wet day jobs, Scraping off around workshop ready for canteen porta cabin and before major work starts in a couple of weeks on new grainstore
There is no way on earth I would ever own a MF or Fendt baler,you would be in a straight jacket with one of them things
Well we're off
The rain has stopped. Hurrah!