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Jo Beau B24-100 Stump Grinder 2018 for sale - £8,500+VAT 44.5 hours, 2 cylinder Honda GX690 engine, petrol. Compact hydraulic semi automatic control and self propelled stump grinder. Grind depth 45cm, grinding arm can be moved hydraulically from the operation console. Working width of 100cm, once optional wheels removed width of only 64cm means will pass through doors and garden gates without any problem. Set of grinder guards (7 panels), spare quick-change fuel tank. In great condition, runs great, no longer required for line of work. Collection only - Leek, Staffordshire.
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Leek, Staffordshire - GB
Evening all my skidster has a log grapple, and the grab has started to ‘slip’ when lifting heavy lumps of wood, by this I mean that the grapple opens itself when a higher pressure is put on it to clasp. My question is: why? It never used to do this, whatever it grabbed, it grabbed and held it. it has a small couple hydraulic leaks here and there, but I do try and keep on top of keeping the oil topped up (although I don’t always succeed at this)... is it a case of that there isn’t enough oil being pumped around to deal with the pressure? Or is there a possibility that the pump is packing up? cheers
Bought a tractor mounted log splitter (don't know what make) and it didn't come with the right hoses to connect the valve up (Gresen 550) so I jerry rigged it into my loader valve block and it works fine, although a nuisance to have to walk round to the loader valves each time to split a log. Ordered the necessary hoses and adaptors which arrived yesterday but can't get it to work. I think the issue is that the valve is possibly for a single acting cylinder, despite having two outlet ports, because said ports are connected together internally (green arrow) so moving the lever in either direction causes fluid flow from both outlets (with no load on them, fluid flows out of them depending on valve position, i.e. lever up, top outlet, lever down, bottom outlet, lever neutral, no flow - you should see my barn floor!). Have I just been stiffed and given any old valve that he had lying around or is there a way to block this port? It's not threaded but I could tap a metal rod into it
Hi Does anyone run a post driver/rammer from a massey ferguson 35? i'm looking to get one but have been getting conflicting advice!! I've been looking at shaver hd12h and have been told by the dealer it will work but the hydraulic requirements don't seem to add up! as on youtube vid it says it requires 12gpm and the mf 35 only seems to do 3.5-4.5 gpm???? Also has anyone used Wrag post drivers or Quantock post drivers on small tractors? Any advice would be very much appriciated Thanks
I hope to buy this 16-20 ton log splitter to run off my RB44, the Ebay seller says that it needs a flow rate of 30 liters per minute and a min PSI of 2300 - 2500. 16 - 20 TON HEAVY DUTY TRACTOR MOUNTED HYDRAULIC LOG SPLITTER | eBay Can anyone tell me if the RB's hydraulics are deffo up to spec for this? I already have a three point linkage on the back of my RB and am adding some extra pipes reach to the rear of the truck so hoping this will just be a case of bolt on, link up and start splitting!!
Hi guys. Need to change my oil on my timberwolf none turbo 190. on the Manuel it says use vg32 and on spectrum plant hp 46. Can i just use iso 32? and any ideas how much oil i need? Your opinions would be great please? Thanks
Hi there I have been offered a log splitter by an acquaintance, and wanted to know how much it was worth before going ahead with the purchase. It is a Ramsplitter HV20, runs on a petrol engine, and is the towable version. The splitter is 3 years old, has not seen too much use as far as i'm aware. Dont know much about purchasing this sort of equipment second hand and didnt want to pay over the odds. What do you think would be a good price? Thank you so much for any opinions/advice in advance, just wanted to ask some people who would know. Thanks again