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  1. Only 72 hours? Imagine what you could do full time.
  2. The wheel isn't square, it's a parallelogram. Therefore one opposite pair of teeth protrudes further from the centre of rotation than the other pair. Those are the leading teeth. Measure the clearance between the teeth and the wheel housing to work out which are which.
  3. Not like they are on the equivalent petrol models. The battery ones have a motor at the business end, rather than a gearbox and driveshaft.
  4. Maybe for the ultimate in back garden machines, the cutting head should detach from the rest of the machine so you can wheel it in on its own. Just need some really long hoses to power it.
  5. Similar to this. http://m.hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/TechZone/FittingsCouplin/Article/False/86392/TechZone-FittingsCouplin Some newer tractors have them as standard.
  6. The all in one type fittings with the big lever should be better for this, anyone used one?
  7. The more rain you get the quicker it drives the water out.
  8. I just leave mine uncovered and let the rain drive the moisture out naturally.
  9. That's what my new cranes got. You'd need a few more levers to run the grab and rotator though.
  10. Aspen should be able to tell you which standard it conforms to?
  11. What is the spec on the frt oil then? Aspen website just says fully synthetic.


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