Today at work

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  1. Adeptandy

    Adeptandy Member

    A few from the weekend :)


    Got the bays blocked for the welping areas :D


    Mrs adeptandy got the mist coat on the ceiling & walls just after I got the down lights in (y)


    Then started on wiring in the Fuse Panel, been a while, so had to dig deep in the grey matter :rolleyes:

    Pups due Friday, so a bit to do still and a busy week on boilers ahead as well :nailbiting:
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  2. It’s getting dry now.
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  3. Peter

    Peter Member

    First A5 arrive.
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    Some fancy plumbing
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  4. Milking Cows out to pasture today. ! 20190211_090332.jpg
    Italian ryegrass ready to graze.
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  5. nick...

    nick... Member

    south norfolk
    Had the above turn up Friday DBA83E74-E746-47C0-83F7-67F8328019A8.jpeg
    Fitted my 3 hopper extensions and steps and cover from my old damaged spreader.all ready to go now
  6. mixed breed

    mixed breed Member

    The boss was in over the weekend IMG_20190210_212114.jpg one left to lamb then we have a break for a couple of weeks.

    Been getting some earache so I thought I'd do something about the lane.  IMG_20190211_151537.jpg was going to try min till but stuck with conventional methods:whistle: IMG_20190211_134329.jpg
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  7. Slovenia in sugar beet harvest action!!
    watch my video on youtube.

  8. Willie adie

    Willie adie Member

    20190211_142950.jpg 20190211_143043.jpg started new job today lovely spring like day
  9. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    North West
    Monday morning parts run first job, I do sometimes wonder if I should be using a securicor van rather than a pickup for these runs:cautious::ROFLMAO:

    Then as promised, cracked on with the 6420 brakes.

    Just about ready for a set.

    Small bits just starting to break off.

    Dam wheel didn’t want to come off the other side:mad:, had to resort to brute force :sneaky:

    Axle wasn’t much better but came off eventually.

    Still some servicing and a few other bits to finish in the morning, hopefully the 66 head should be back by then(y)
  10. Sharpy

    Sharpy Member

    Ardrossan Ayrshire
    What do you do/use to pull the half axles from the diff housing?
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  11. AgriiMark

    AgriiMark Member

    Was only just thinking i wonder if phil has done a parts run today was getting worried i was not going to get my daily fix of "jd fixers"
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  12. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    North West
    A really, really, really BIG hammer :D(y)

    (honestly I’m not kidding, it’s massive:cautious::ROFLMAO:)
  13. bovrill

    bovrill Member

    East Essex
    There's a 28lb sledge hammer here that we call 'The automatic hammer'.
    It takes a bit of effort to get it up over your head, but then it comes down automatically!
  14. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    North West
    Got some more bits to pick up tomorrow:facepalm:but will probably send the old man as it’s just a couple of things for one job so nothing technical:rolleyes:
  15. Sharpy

    Sharpy Member

    Ardrossan Ayrshire
    Thats what I used, but I thought there must be a better way! Wrong again......
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  16. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    North West
    I’ve yet to find a better way and I’ve done a lot!
    I’d much sooner do brakes on a 68/69, can have the axle off and back on in the time it takes to get one side off on a smaller model!
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  17. AgriiMark

    AgriiMark Member

    I cant wait for the 7930 to be ripped apart. . Need a lorry for that parts run
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  18. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    North West
    I’m hoping it’s not that serious, it’s supposedly had two new pistons and liners fitted by the customer and some injectors which the dealer programed. It’s running like a bag of spanner’s though so only time will tell!
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  19. AgriiMark

    AgriiMark Member

    Maybe a spanner was left in there if I was closer i would come and help while I am quiet on work
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  20. grainboy

    grainboy Member

    Having a smashing time today,

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