This sure sounds like a townie that bought an acreage in the country to me. Then thinking this farming and machinery stuff is easy and good fun. Tractors, Backhoes and tools should need a training course and licence to purchase them in these cases. I wonder How many of these guys get hurt and push the farm accident stats and make genuine farmers/ trained equipment operators look bad because they had no clue. Regards Robert
Re: Where do I put in the hydraulic oil? in reply to Oaf, 01-11-2013 22:13:33
Hi This is my full time jobs fixing equipment/ Farming and not the first rodeo ive had with guys that no nothing about machinery and get into serious trouble in accidents or with wrenches, because they have no clue about the stuff. My life would be a lot easier some days in the shop with out them farming their acreage, as they buy "fantastic" L.O.L equipment from a guy that sees them coming a mile off. Then when it quits I have to tell them it was $8000 of junk and it needs $4000 more that it's not worth spending on it!. so if you where in my shoes dealing with this then you may have a different opinion too, especially when they took it apart to try fix it! and I got a kit of parts to try and put together and then find and fix the problem on a $3 budget!. Regards Robert
Re: Where do I put in the hydraulic oil? in reply to Oaf, 01-13-2013 17:28:39
Hi sorry it came across that way it's just the truth about what has happened round us here, it's actually a bit quieter with the acreage guys now, fuel prices, high cattle feed costs and other rising costs have taken care of a lot of guys coming out of the city. its cheaper for them to stay there and drive to work for the return they get out here. Don't get me wrong I've had a fair few real good acreage guys put stuff in the shop for work. I find for them there is 20 that I dont want back though. I have to fix real farmers equipment too, and they can't stand having to wait while i Finish a pile of junk acreages equipment at hay or harvest time. Regards Robert
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