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Pid 1831

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About Pid 1831

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  • Birthday 10/06/1975

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    Red Tractors and Machinery
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  1. My mate bought it. I'll post on here all about it when it arrives. It'll be a couple of weeks
  2. I'll tell you all about itwhen it arrives. My mate bought it
  3. Looking through the posts on this page most of the names are unfamiliar so I guess I should introduce myself. Hi I'm Stu. Generally refered to as Pid. (The is a pun there somewhere ) I can generally be found loitering in the Coffee shop or General IH pages. Where I quite often spout my (un) wise words of wisdom πŸ€” And I am from the UK. (West Wales ). My question is this.... Does anybody know anything about international Forklifts. Such as the 2525c. My mate and I have been looking at one on ebay. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F183905308242 It is unfortunately nearly 300miles from me. I understand that the later ones where made by Manitou? Did IH make them at the same time as Manitou? Is there any relationship between the IH Forklifts and the ones made by Manitou on an IH skid unit.
  4. Does anybody know anything about international Forklifts. Such as the 2525c. My mate and I have been looking at one on ebay. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F183905308242 It is unfortunately nearly 300miles from me. I understand that the later ones where made by Manitou? Did IH make them at the same time as Manitou? Is there any relationship between the IH Forklifts and the ones made by Manitou on an IH skid unit.
  5. Pid 1831

    She`s a pig

    I would have thought you could legitimately refuse to work on the vehicle as a Health and Safety Issue. Document everything as evidence. I wonder what her house is like πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆ In my day job I have been in houses like this. I put a protection of vulnerable adult complaint in and was told people have a right to live in what ever state they like. So I put an adverse incident form in and said it was dangerous (I.e. A health Hazard) to anybody that had to enter property. Authorities were there the next day cleaning get property. Point of my rambling is that she may decide it is her right to live in $h!t but you do not have to deal with it.
  6. Have met a couple of fine English (I'm Welsh, no national rivalry at all. Honest 😊) girls who could expel urine to a higher altitude than the lads. Ummm including me 😳
  7. Does heknow tou look at a this forum? Who you are on this forum? If so he's read this πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆ I think for his own safety that it would be a marvellous idea for the phone to be put in a specified place. And can only be used in said mobile phone zone. Then you will see what happens to his toilet habit........
  8. My 784 has a loader on it and the double acting valve has been added at some point post manufacture. It has a quite obviously different valve lever on it.
  9. It really grips my $@#/ when a contractor gives a quote and doesnt separate labour and parts. Two huge variables that if lumped together can hide a huge number of sins. They seem to get narky when I ask them to separate the the materials and labour too. Maybe it is ME?
  10. Sorry I should have said I intend to bleed the brakes properly but I was surprised that they are near normal. I was expecting for someone to say something along the lines of the orifice flow valve thingy in the supply was missing and I was likely to pop all the seals amd loose all brakes or something crazy like that. 😱😱😱
  11. Well I have eventually got the rebuilt engine back in my 784. I also whilst I could get at it removed the brake master cylinders and removed the previous bypass arrangements of the equalizer valve and refitted a second hand equalizer valve. So; engine reinstalled, pipes connected, engine started and steering bleeds itself as expected. But this is what gets me. I was expecting to have to bleed the brakesas the system would be full of air but the brakes pump up nicely and remain firm. Now I've never seen an 84 series that doesn't need bledding after having the brake system opened. So am I worrying over nothing and waiting for a unexpected catastrophic failure or is this what normal is supposed to be like.
  12. Wasn't there a film about an airplane that crashed in the desert, was rebuilt and they flew it out. I'm sure I remember that plane starting with cartridges. I cant think of the name of the film though.
  13. Ian you have answered my post I was about to post. It has always been obvious to me that normal shot gun cartridges were not used but special cartridges for the job. Are they blanks or are they special cartridges for the job. And where would one get them from? Finally i have to ask. What happens if you put one in a shot gun amd fire it? πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆπŸ™‰πŸ™‰
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