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  1. ulefone, built very strong (average phones last 8 months, ulephone 1.5 years min ) now thinking nokia xr20
  2. My 2 boys Both T173 reverse drive and chipped to 220hp. one is fitted with reinforced pto, ( 1000rpm only) mulcher burns standard clutch in less than a day
  3. the welding is just hard facing , i do it on all area's where i see wear. the knive holder is indeed craced due to it being smashed against the counterblade
  4. Anvil was ok , so new bearings and bearinghousing?
  5. ill post some pics , it seems to be flywheel that moves forward for about 0.5cm
  6. My schliesing keeps breaking knives, when i feed a large piece of wood ( 6" or ca 16cm) the blade gets pulled forward and grabs/ smashes the counterknife. Never happend before , now 2 times in a row, bearings should be ok ( replaced 100 h ago) No wobble on the flywheel. distance between knives an counterknives aprox 2-3mm last time the kniveholder sheard a bit of. anny tips / ideas? thanks
  7. i have found my old airstreams more dureable , my last 2 pairs didnt last that long. Seems like quality went down. Anyone else has this?
  8. bump , hyundai cr 6-9 here not looking for FAE , that price was ridiculous £10.600 ex vat we have a large fixed tooth serrat FX6 but for the smaller jobs looking for a flail , (cleaning sites after chipping) what is recomended?
  9. experimented a bit last week, seems like the valve block is restricting the oil flow a lot , when used direct the tracs have a lot more power an it drives way faster. im thinking the valveblock is out of proportion to the oil flow, bigger block costs around €2500 though
  10. cant speak for the 56, but the 50 vs 75 is a world of diffirence! almost 2 times as fast. not happy with the track gear though, it is the same as the 50 , its is seriously underpowerd. one of these days will put other base below it , lager assymetrical tracs ,longer tracs, stronger drivetrain motors and 10 cm more groundclaerence. also engine is not rated to work on steep slopes when the machine is worn out ill look into a lighter mahine for the smaller jobs and for larger jobs id go with a system that enables working on slopes, fast swappeble attachements ( stumpgrinder, smal forestry mulcher, winch) something like the pfanzelt moritz but with more HP. Moritz price is outrageous though. bernard

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