what grinds your gears

Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by roscoe erf, Mar 25, 2013.

  1. bovrill

    bovrill Member

    Location:
    East Essex
    I had to change a back wheel on this at the side of the A12, with this actual load on. I wouldn't have wanted to see the state of the sill if I'd used it as a jacking point rather than the axle.
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  2. Paddington

    Paddington Member

    Location:
    Soggy Shropshire
    My old Disco had jackable sills fitted with proper jacking points, very useful, one side of the car could be jacked up in a minute without getting underneath.
     
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  3. ARW

    ARW Member

    Location:
    Yorkshire
    When your working alone and waste an hours fencing everyday this week on the bloody phone.
    And no you can’t knock posts in as your on the phone
     
  4. melted welly

    melted welly Member

    Location:
    DD9.
    Folk who decide in advance, without trying, that they can't do a job, or wont be shown how to work a machine/computer because they " don't know about that sort of thing".
     
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  5. ARW

    ARW Member

    Location:
    Yorkshire
    Same as the people who “can’t” do something and need your help. It’s also known as they cba to do it alone. Just do it
     
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  6. melted welly

    melted welly Member

    Location:
    DD9.
    That's it!

    "Can you have a look at this............."

    actually means

    "I think I've broken it"
     
  7. DrWazzock

    DrWazzock Member

    Location:
    Lincolnshire
    Ordered a replacement Lucas ignition switch for the DB780.

    Five minute replacement job, I thought. But no, the hole in the dash is bigger than it should be for the new switch and the spade connectors on the back are three different sizes instead of one size as per the original. An later hour it's fitted but after having to fit new spade sockets on the wiring and find a big washer to fill the hole in the dash. A bit of a bodge but it works.

    Why oh why did they have to change the design of such a simple and basic piece of equipment? Maybe the terminal sizes needed upgrading but why couldn't the bit that fits through the hole in the dash have been the same size from day one until eternity?
     
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  8. MX7

    MX7 Member

    Location:
    cotswolds
    Any one who looks up to TV show buzz folk ( celebrities:banghead::banghead::rolleyes::rolleyes:)
     
  9. fred.950

    fred.950 Member

    People with nothing better to do than drive around fields in stolen 4x4s
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  10. Shovelhands

    Shovelhands Member

    Location:
    Sunny Essex
    Black Friday.....
     
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  11. ARW

    ARW Member

    Location:
    Yorkshire
    Time on the phone, feels like a waste of time but it’s essential.
     
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  12. MX7

    MX7 Member

    Location:
    cotswolds
    Brexit, for ffs what ever the out come we will survive.
    It is our own wits that make us a success not ffing brexit:rolleyes::rolleyes:
     

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