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  1. Hi am in the process of fitting new hydraulic infeed motors to my entec 30 dh chipper same as timberwolf 150 am also replacing the green plastic bearing bush, the old green bush was stuck in the roller the new one is a loose fit Is this correct ? Does the green bush need greasing and do the splines on the hydraulic motors to the rollers need greasing If so what grease should be used There are no grease nipples on this machine Thanks
  2. hi what model entec is have you a photo and where abouts is the hydraulic oil comming from
  3. Just in case you still need some one a bit more local Willow workshop stevenage do Lolar testing
  4. Hi I had Stihl ms201 and ms261 stolen today from my truck tool box they forced the door The thieves were driving a white Vauxhal Combo van Reg DS20 GYP Its been reported to the police and am waiting on a crime referance When I check the van reg online it comes back as a Vauxhall combo can any one confirm this is a 20 plate vauxhall combo Also is there any quick way of finding out the registered keeper/ I realise it may be cloned but you never know Thanks
  5. When using a frog walker system on 10mm rope for access what method is used if you need to come down before being able to tie in with your working rope system seen a few videos of going up but not how to get down on the same 10mm rope Thanks
  6. My Entec 30 1998 model chipper same as Timberwolf 150 has very slow infeed rollers am guessing the hydraulic motors are worn out but just checking a few things before spending money Inside the hydraulic tank there is a filter that is screwed to the outlet port that feeds into the pump, you cant see the filter as its submerged in oil. looking online its called a suction filter and can cause problems if it becomes blocked {if clogged may restrict flow hence my slow rollers} I was thinking to change it but looking at the spares for this and similar machines there is no mention of such a filter Any one know about this filter and if its a changable part
  7. Hi I have a Entec 30 DH 1997 Chipper with a Kubota 4 cylinder diesel its the same as a Timberwolf 150 Am trying to find out what RPM the engine should be running at while chipping and how I can check the RPM The rollers on the entec turn alot slower and they will jam much easier then my mates Timberwolf 150, his Timberwolf sounds to be working at a higher RPM I would like to check the RPMs on both chippers to compare Is there a reliable method of doing this Is there any recommendation of what is the ideal working RPM Thanks
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    Tipper Fuse Blown

    Tipper motor and ram are off the old vehicle, the wiring including the 175amp fuse and switch gear were allready on the new vehicle. I never had a problem with the old set up but then I dont know what size fuse was in it. I will try a slightly larger fuse Thanks
  9. I recently (christmas time)bought an ex demo mitsubishi canter tipper, I had the tipper body taken off and my old high sided body with old hydraulic ram and pump put on every thing has been working as it should untill today Today after tipping a heavy full load the body would not come down i traced this to a blown fuse on the lead that comes from the battery,the fuse is 175 Amp Little fuse MEGA This fuse the isolator switch and the up down switch are all oringal to the new vehicle ,is it possible the 175 amp fuse is good for say 1 ton tip if i try and tip 2 ton the fuse blows if so can i just put a bigger fuse if so how big ? or is it likely to be something else wrong
  10. Chippers 21 years old. had a few issues with the hydraulics that I hope i have now fixed/ got the new fluid so want to change it
  11. Hi I want to change the hydraulic fluid in my entec 30 DH chipper There is no drain plug on the tank, I was thinking to remove the outlet pipe but the way its positioned would make it difficult to catch the oil as it will spill out onto the chassis rail, the outlet is about 50mm from the bottom of the tank so would still have fluid in the tank. Was looking at suction pumps but not sure if they are any good, any suggestions Thanks
  12. I had some one look at the chipper and they replaced the hydraulic pump Has been working ok on small jobs After a lot of chipping yesterday I noticed hydraulic fluid had leaked out of the seal between the filter housing and the tank (same place it leaked before but not as bad) I was not feeding the machine myself as i was climbing but did hear the chipper anti stress kicking in and also a few bits jamming between the rollers sometimes getting stuck for a few minutes with machine running. If the rollers jam up as a knuckle has got stuck could the hydraulic fluid get pumped past the rollers back to the tank causing to much pressure in the tank and the seal to leak? Also is there a breather on the hydraulic tank Any ideas why i get either too much fluid or pressure back in the tank causing the seal to leak Thanks
  13. I have been asked to fell and grind a Plane tree in rear garden by an insurance company There is no access for a stump grinder so have been asked to fell to ground and treat to prevent regrowth, was going to use eco plugs. There are 2 mature Plane trees in the neighbors garden is there a chance the Plane tree stump I want to treat could be connected to these other 2 Plane tree roots system ? If stump is left untreated and any regrowth is removed ASAP will the stump die off and how long is it likely to take? Thanks
  14. Hi am looking for a wiring diagram for a Entec 30 dh chipper 1998 model,I have the original owners maintenance manual but no wiring diagram. I would also like to see an early timberwolf wiring diagram have seen a 2006 on line but would like an earlier one. Thanks
  15. Thanks for replys if it is a water temp switch where is it fitted on the engine Thanks

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