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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Penmoel, May 20, 2013.
Anybody driving a machine with oily greasy hands needs beating with a big stick!
Does this include chip oil?
eating chips in cab is nearly as bad ,the smell
Another water tank in place
Miles of strimming under electric.
Some bits weren't quite so bad.
Some bits were worse.
But it was all worth it in the end, no faults - battery been out there for 3 years now, no charging - but it has a panel to do that and left with the panel connected over winter and the fence turned off.
Was told the same on the leccy spools.
Some spaying today on the site of the battle of flodden 1513.
Where's the PTO guard gone
On there smart arse
Its a black one! and can confirm its all in place.
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TFF standard welly in the 1st cut pic.
I put a box of milking gloves in tractor and loadall, another box in workshop next to grease guns and oils. Getting people to wear them
Oh there are some perfect people on this forum
Its strange though
Most farmers would think nothing of getting into a £50k tractor with mucky hands, yet would not get into a £5k car the same
Mostly because my wife doesn't tell me off when I get into the £5k tractor (no £50k tractors here).
Back on the muck again, found a bearing about to go during the morning grease/check over, so that was first job
Then out chucking it about, it’s been bloody windy today though!
I don’t like getting my hands dirty full stop! The old man real p!$$es me off though, his tractor wold look like stigg of the dump lived in it if I didn’t keep bollocking him! The number of times I’ve found the grease gun in the cab
Can the bonnet louvres be glued any sense at all do you know? Ours has some hedgecutting damage but they’re all there, just a bit flopsy!!