Today at work

Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Penmoel, May 20, 2013.

  1. Adeptandy

    Adeptandy Member

    Location:
    PE15
    A few from the weekend :)

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    Got the bays blocked for the welping areas :D

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

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    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

    Location:
    south norfolk
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    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
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  6. mixed breed

    mixed breed Member

    Location:
    Shropshire
    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.
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  8. Willie adie

    Willie adie Member

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
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  9. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    Location:
    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:
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    Then as promised, cracked on with the 6420 brakes.
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    Just about ready for a set.
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    Small bits just starting to break off.
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    Dam wheel didn’t want to come off the other side:mad:, had to resort to brute force :sneaky:
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    Axle wasn’t much better but came off eventually.
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    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

    Location:
    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

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










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

    bovrill Member

    Location:
    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

    Location:
    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

    Location:
    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

    Location:
    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

    Location:
    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

    Location:
    Bedfordshire
    Having a smashing time today,
     

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