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15 minutes ago, John Shutler said:

I bought the GMT 035 TTC for the roto, that’s in the back of the grain trailer behind the mog. 

very pleased with the new low loader, i’d always said my next trailer would have hydraulic ramps, it’s the small things in life 🤣

Superb. How’s it controlled? Radio control with constant hydraulic feed?

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29 minutes ago, John Shutler said:

I bought the GMT 035 TTC for the roto, that’s in the back of the grain trailer behind the mog. 

very pleased with the new low loader, i’d always said my next trailer would have hydraulic ramps, it’s the small things in life 🤣

Reads like a dream setup that.

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11 minutes ago, Conor Wright said:

Reads like a dream setup that.

add my n174 and heizohack to fill the grain trailer and it’s getting there 👍

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Takeuchi TB016. Can anyone tell me how to convert the auxiliary circuit from double acting to single acting? It’s currently double and the foot pedal operates a hydraulic thumb. I want to be able to mount a small flail. Is it as simple as unscrewing the bolt under the foot operated tilt pedal so that only one side of the pedal can be depressed or is there something else? Many thanks.

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3 hours ago, jonnygurkha said:

Takeuchi TB016. Can anyone tell me how to convert the auxiliary circuit from double acting to single acting? It’s currently double and the foot pedal operates a hydraulic thumb. I want to be able to mount a small flail. Is it as simple as unscrewing the bolt under the foot operated tilt pedal so that only one side of the pedal can be depressed or is there something else? Many thanks.

There’s a tap/handle on the outside front of the machine next to the king post, think on the right of the king post as you look at it from the cab. Just needs turning from double to single- couldn’t be easier

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There’s a tap/handle on the outside front of the machine next to the king post, think on the right of the king post as you look at it from the cab. Just needs turning from double to single- couldn’t be easier


Ideal, thank you!

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5 hours ago, jonnygurkha said:

Takeuchi TB016. Can anyone tell me how to convert the auxiliary circuit from double acting to single acting? It’s currently double and the foot pedal operates a hydraulic thumb. I want to be able to mount a small flail. Is it as simple as unscrewing the bolt under the foot operated tilt pedal so that only one side of the pedal can be depressed or is there something else? Many thanks.

Put up a vid of it working interested to see how it performs

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There’s a tap/handle on the outside front of the machine next to the king post, think on the right of the king post as you look at it from the cab. Just needs turning from double to single- couldn’t be easier

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I’m being dense but I can find any tap or handle

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