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She is a good old one from the mid 90's, flat bottomed infeed and hinged infeed but bolted up solid! I reckon she would do a few years yet! I cannot remember if the ring comes off the flywheel so a quick bench test of the starter and a visual check of the ring would be in order!

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1 hour ago, PeteB said:

She is a good old one from the mid 90's, flat bottomed infeed and hinged infeed but bolted up solid! I reckon she would do a few years yet! I cannot remember if the ring comes off the flywheel so a quick bench test of the starter and a visual check of the ring would be in order!

I thought all flywheel rings were replaceable and heated up then dropped on? 

 

That's me thinking genetically 

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On 23/12/2021 at 22:22, PeteB said:

If the makers plate is still there, send me a picture and I'll dredge up the known history.

As the new owner, I'd be glad for any details you have available. 😁 

I had a brief chat with Jase a few days ago, and he has sent me through the manual and wiring diagram. But would also be interested to know any history if there is any available.

Thanks

H

 

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9 hours ago, StihlGreen said:

As the new owner, I'd be glad for any details you have available. 😁 

I had a brief chat with Jase a few days ago, and he has sent me through the manual and wiring diagram. But would also be interested to know any history if there is any available.

Thanks

H

 

Morning, I can't help with any back story on this machine but if you require any support / assistance / parts going forwards drop us a line. www.gagroundcare.com / 01380 828863

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Okay. Sold buy Hubert Nightingale (I took his job when he left), to Devon Garden Machinery 10.4.96 and sold on to Taunton Deane Borough Council in Taunton. It went to a sales circa 1999 and they had some more GreenMechs that I sold to them. We have no records for her after this - if you send me your details, I'll amend the records to show it is in your hands. [email protected]

 

She is of that age where we may struggle with a number of the components as life goes on but good to see her working! Welcome to the club.

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2 hours ago, GA Groundcare said:

Morning, I can't help with any back story on this machine but if you require any support / assistance / parts going forwards drop us a line. www.gagroundcare.com / 01380 828863

 

1 hour ago, PeteB said:

Okay. Sold buy Hubert Nightingale (I took his job when he left), to Devon Garden Machinery 10.4.96 and sold on to Taunton Deane Borough Council in Taunton. It went to a sales circa 1999 and they had some more GreenMechs that I sold to them. We have no records for her after this - if you send me your details, I'll amend the records to show it is in your hands. [email protected]

 

She is of that age where we may struggle with a number of the components as life goes on but good to see her working! Welcome to the club.

Many thanks to both of you. I'll get an email across to you shortly @PeteB and I'll save your details for future reference @GA Groundcare.

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