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Recommended on 400 hrs (iirc) I’ve delayed it as I could not get my mate in before now.

 

Nearly 600 on it, they were still as smooth as silk though.

 

 

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Unless you are on a some kind of bonus scheme that can be stopped if you break something until it’s paid back he can’t make you pay for it from your main wages.
That’s got employment tribunal written all over it
It would have to be part of the written contract too.


That’s right, screw the man who was good enough to have faith in you and give you a job. Smash his kit up then take him to court over your mistake.
That’s the attitude that has this country in such a state, FFS
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12 minutes ago, Old Mill Tree Care said:

 


That’s right, screw the man who was good enough to have faith in you and give you a job. Smash his kit up then take him to court over your mistake.
That’s the attitude that has this country in such a state, FFS

 

Difficult to know where to start with this nonsense. Every sentence is whiny codswallop.

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Rather poorly cherrypicker, ended up with engine and gearbox going off to be reconditioned all because of a 16quid spiggat bairing failing

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19 hours ago, Gray git said:

Rather poorly cherrypicker, ended up with engine and gearbox going off to be reconditioned all because of a 16quid spiggat bairing failing emoji24.png

 

 

How did the engine cop it John? :confused1:

 

Bob

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How did the engine cop it John? confused1.gif.5e04913ed83def966344ca86f30de10d.gif

 

Bob

when the Spiggat bairing in gear box went and chewed up the crank Shaft so engine needs taking apart to fix so decided to have it reconditioned while it's in bits

 

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27 minutes ago, Gray git said:

when the Spiggat bairing in gear box went and chewed up the crank Shaft so engine needs taking apart to fix so decided to have it reconditioned while it's in bits

 

Is it not just a brass bush or bearing in end of crank its knackered?

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Not the first weld that has failed on the machine! Forst st8 bracket that holds the hydraulic oil filter on, its seeping oil out and tomorrow we will have the welding guy in to try and sort it out.

 

It’s wearing a bit thin (my patience)

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