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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Penmoel, May 20, 2013.
Have you got a job for the low loader or just sell it on?
We've wanted one for a long time, partly for taking the Kramer places, partly as a smaller trailer for moving bales.
A handy thing to have.
But not behind the van at 50mph
Is your van one of the AWD ex Gas Board ones? The Kramer looks a good sized machine - are there many of them about? I don't know anything about them.
The tack sheep are on the last leg with the turnips. The in lambers are going home a bit at a time, the hogs will hopefully clear up.
Won't be long
Roussin lambs coming on well. Better weather forecast next week too
First ever Belted Galloway calf for TwoMills. Nice strong bull calf to an aged cow I bought incalf. An incomplete belt means he was ringed straight away
It is an AWD ex british gas transit, it took some finding in that spec!
The Kramer is brilliant, dead simple but good to use.
There is plenty about, you just don't really see them
Sheep look well on that terrific grub. Wish I could grow such good crops of turnip
Painted up YFC prelims barrels and discovered a leak in the shed plumbing
This steering ram on the reeler draw bar had been stressing me out for a while,visions of it opening out on the road and taking a car out,so I thought as I had a spare hour I’d crack on and sort it
Bit more pipe than I thought
Looks loads better and a new top link fitted straight in where the ram was
Just find a place to stick this for long term storage now,sure I will need it one day
Managed another hour today turning theses skip off cuts
Into some haunches.
And managed some painting aswell and painted the stanchions on the trailer. Still miles if not continents away from @Phil P daily achievements!!!
what's happened too it
Matt attacked it
All fully working still,just wanted to tidy pipe work up,removed the rear manual valves as well,hence all the pipe
Can’t say as it’s been an overly productive today really, not by usual standards anyway.
After spending the morning at the airport drinking coffee and not much else really, I called at a mates on the way home (for another brew).
Another mate was there getting his new cat digger delivered in his yard.
It was a big wagon for a little digger
Then a quick shaft repair when I got back to the yard. Turned this
And that was about it
did you build that with a mig?