Reggie. Registered User
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Alright guys,

Was thinking of starting a thread like this for a while so I thought we could give it a lash.

Stick up your photos of your machines at rest or at play for the ones of us who suffer from shiny heavy metal appreciation syndrome

Also any enquires or questions on machines or techniques could be put here also.

Maybe our beautiful mods might embed the photos as we go along for the ease of viewing the thread also

Enjoy....

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Reggie. Registered User
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Looking forward to putting this through her paces later this year


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Reggie. Registered User
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New landini 5H

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Reggie. Registered User
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Local contractor on weigh bridge last autumn

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Jb1989 Registered User
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Reggie. said:
New landini 5H


Shiny. Who bought that Reggie?

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Reggie. said:
New landini 5H


What are new landini like? Well built?

Reggie. Registered User
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16ft single rotor rake. Not bad but is a little slow to work. About 4 acres an hour. You have the option though of raking as much as you like into one row. I managed roughly 60 foot into each row on a light crop last year. Helped out the baler man no end



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Greengrass1 said:
What are new landini like? Well built?


Not sure just yet as the engines have changed. Not a large fan of the cab layout tho. Throttle lever and pto levers are in awkward places

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Reggie. Registered User
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Jb1989 said:
Shiny. Who bought that Reggie?


Local farmer. Was gone quick enough as I didn't even get a spin in her

Jb1989 Registered User
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Counting the time till this again

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Reggie. Registered User
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Rake in operation

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Jb1989 said:
Counting the time till this again


There's something about driving the old timers

naughto Registered User
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Reggie. said:
16ft single rotor rake. Not bad but is a little slow to work. About 4 acres an hour. You have the option though of raking as much as you like into one row. I managed roughly 60 foot into each row on a light crop last year. Helped out the baler man no end


Do u not pay enough for the bales with out having to do the contractors work for him as well

trixi2011 Registered User
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Old school


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naughto said:
Do u not pay enough for the bales with out having to do the contractors work for him as well


You get better bales with bigger rows plus it saves you paying for a man to come in with a rake. You do it at your own time also rather than waiting on someone

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