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Old 16-11-2017, 10:17 AM
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Any progress on this? We need lots of pics.
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Old 26-12-2017, 12:36 AM
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yes getting there with it now hear are some pictures
got the boom all plated up
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Old 26-12-2017, 12:40 AM
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now for the dipper also found a tidy quick hitch of a js130 for £300 so got that to stick on, il be needing a hitch valve now
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Old 26-12-2017, 01:10 AM
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lots of work done there,1st big machine i drove was a 814 and an added bonus couple of db pics
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Old 26-12-2017, 01:19 AM
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Looking good Dave

Nice hitch too .... Miller or Hill ??

Can't recall, did she come with the bucket gear ??
I like those old 814s too
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Old 26-12-2017, 01:26 AM
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lots of work done there,1st big machine i drove was a 814 and an added bonus couple of db pics
Cheers itís taken a few nights to get her done but keeps me out of the pub plenty of David browns hear thereís 6 all together
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Old 26-12-2017, 01:31 AM
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Looking good Dave

Nice hitch too .... Miller or Hill ??

Can't recall, did she come with the bucket gear ??
I like those old 814s too
Miller she come with a grading bucket but that needs some work but I’ve brought a 2ft with teeth on for handy money just need something about 4ft with teeth on now for digging
I can’t seem to upload pictures from my phone which is a pain as I have to load them onto the computer first
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Miller she come with a grading bucket but that needs some work but Iíve brought a 2ft with teeth on for handy money just need something about 4ft with teeth on now for digging
I canít seem to upload pictures from my phone which is a pain as I have to load them onto the computer first
that's what's killing the place Dave ..... you're not alone; no one seems able to ....
all mine are uploaded to the 'puter first, down sized and then either uploaded ...
or I use Photobucket (which has become a 'bone of contention', in its own right, recently), but it allows anyone who isn't able to register ...
or guests, to view images!

Tidy looking miller ... is that twin lock? Can't see any safety pin holes in it ??

If you get on to Aiden (CPS140) he'll do you a valve and a full hose kit for it, at sensible coin. post #16 in this thread of yours
A valve can cost you 140+ quid, unless you build up your own cetop3 from Flowfit with a pressure relief in the manifold !

Mart yn (mart1602) did have a very tidy digging bucket unless he's sold it and IIRC it was a 4ft .............. Mart yn???
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Old 26-12-2017, 06:09 AM
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Nice work there Dave, it looks a good strong job.
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Old 26-12-2017, 09:05 AM
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that's what's killing the place Dave ..... you're not alone; no one seems able to ....
all mine are uploaded to the 'puter first, down sized and then either uploaded ...
or I use Photobucket (which has become a 'bone of contention', in its own right, recently), but it allows anyone who isn't able to register ...
or guests, to view images!

Tidy looking miller ... is that twin lock? Can't see any safety pin holes in it ??

If you get on to Aiden (CPS140) he'll do you a valve and a full hose kit for it, at sensible coin. post #16 in this thread of yours
A valve can cost you 140+ quid, unless you build up your own cetop3 from Flowfit with a pressure relief in the manifold !

Mart yn (mart1602) did have a very tidy digging bucket unless he's sold it and IIRC it was a 4ft .............. Mart yn???
O right is not just me then Iíve given up with photobucket aswell as you say thatís a pain, itís just a single lock but with a locking bar inside so the hitch can only open when your bucket is crowded right around so will be good enough for me il be giving CPS a bell after Christmas and get a valve ordered
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