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9 hours ago, geoffers said:

The old girl earning her keep

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Can you lower the chipper on that? It looks like the hopper sits very high.

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Can you lower the chipper on that? It looks like the hopper sits very high.

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I think It looks high because it’s on a bit of a slope, but once the hoppers open it’s pretty low and easy to feed. Tried to stick a better pic on to show you with the hopper down but can’t find one. Hopefully this gives you an idea.
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13 hours ago, Mike Hill said:

Up to my armpits in broken tourque tube bolts.

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my sympathies, sheared ours from transfer box and axle  a good while ago lots of £'s to repair good luck with fix  

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6 minutes ago, arbwork said:

my sympathies, sheared ours from transfer box and axle  a good while ago lots of £'s to repair good luck with fix  

Thankfully its not too bad in this case. The two bolts closest to the chassis rail have broken only 5mm subsurface.I should be able to extract the bolts without having to pull the gearbox.

 

Aparently not preloading the flange into the tourgue ball is a cause of this.

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Hi sorry if this is in the wrong place but i have a steel wheel from a unimog I think its 20inch can take a photo tomorrow if anyone is interested 

Thanks. Mark

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