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Old 11-05-2018, 11:17 AM
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Gra, has that Dane mower not got a mulching deck? Something with a mulching deck is the real way forward! And don’t pick the grass up at all!
But you do have to cut regularly, within reason.
'Morning James
both the Countax and the Dane have mulching decks .... but 6" of grass is a bit of a challenge to either of 'em....

the Countax is a double cut for a first one of the season and the sweeper/collector helps dramatically with that one ....
The Dane however, although chopping the hell out of it and coping well with the length, still leaves a trail in its wake ..... 'salorragrass

a twice a week cut is deffo the way forward on minimising collection though

The Countax's collector also helps a lot, but still ends up with a collector full each time.
when it's dry enough, I also put the Countax in behind the Dane, bum hanging off the seat sides, keeping a wheel on the 'deck', in just sweeper mode, to pick up what gets left.
had four collector-fulls yesterday, beside the drive, but'll hopefully not need to do that again for a few weeks, as there's sod all left lying now.

Twice a week also improves on the speed front .... it's having it dry enough to do it !!!
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Old 12-05-2018, 12:19 AM
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look what arrived today



went with these guys Gra ..... the fellas you suggested, although the same price, didn't have these ......



thought tip loops'd come in handy

now to get what's left sat, bagged and re-bag the other three dumpies .. LOL ... not !!
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Old 12-05-2018, 09:07 AM
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Tip loop is a good idea, may get more than one use.
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Old 12-05-2018, 12:01 PM
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Tip loop is a good idea, may get more than one use.
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Looked to be a handy idea for inverting them, to empty them in one hit Gra

we shall see ..................... at a later date
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Old 13-05-2018, 10:06 PM
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something different last night.

Neighbour about 1/2 a mile away .... as the crow flies .... two by road, has this ....



Ovlov EC15B ....



not had it very long and giving strange issues. Contacted me through a.n.other forum ..... guy I've not seen in 40 years and we're 1/2 a mile apart !!! LOL

could I possibly lend any assistance with some trouble shooting ... he'd seen me gauges in a thread on there.

Not having seen John in such a long time, was quite a surprise to find he was so close ... so yeh, I was up for a catch up and a shufty.

Machine is losing all hydraulics intermittently and if provoked will stall the old girl too ??

After a bit of a catch up after I'd arrived, we got down to the beast ... three Staufs .....



A appears to be directly adjacent to the main P line into the chest/block ......
C is on a block which I can only assume is a pressure reducer valve from main to servo pressure - has a P and a T and feeds the servo circuits.
B is a bit of a mystery and looks for all the world like an LS line ??
the pump that's on it though is a gear type, fixed displacement, not a VP, which'd need the LS line to function, so I'm a bit nonplussed as to quite WTF it does?????

Stauf A produces no movement on the gauge - AT ALL - no matter what you try/do/operate .. this is supposed to be where main circuit pressure is measured at ???

Stauf B produces 140 bar when a motion is operated - any motion

Stauf C is showing 25 bar, constantly when the machine is running.

the MRV is missing its seal cap, which is lying under it, in the guts -- yellow thing, under the blue MRV which is under Stauf B and shows signs of having had an allen key in it, but no witness marks in the paint on the lock nut or the body ???



I also discovered that it's been 'gotten at', before John's ownership, by a local guy I wouldn't give a knife and fork to, to work with - too complex - his speciality is mower servicing !!! No offence Angus - it's the guy not the job !! I know him from old !!

I'm told by a reliable source that MRV should be set at 180 bar and the servo circuit pressure should be 35 bar.
if the MRV has been wound down, I'd see it on the body, devoid of paint on the threads, but it wouldn't then make her stall??

if it's been wound up ( ? ) which is more likely, I'd expect to see a LOT more than the 140 bar I'm seeing at Stauf B.

Any one have any suggestions/information/knowledge of these beasties ... in particular, what sort of pump is fitted to 'em - FD gear or VD?
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Old 14-05-2018, 12:19 AM
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the reason I ask about the pump is ...... this one appears to have been off , or perhaps replaced





and wondering if the right pump is fitted to the machine ???????

the mount face looks like it has had a larger pump fitted, previously ??
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Spent most of yesterday evening, after I got back, from John's, proof reading, punctuating and spell checking half of Pam's daughter's dissertation, for her PGCE course she's been doing, this last 12 months, followed by the other half this morning, after I'd un-fried my brain, with a few hours sleep.

So wasn't the earliest of starts for my job for the day .....

four down ......




reckoned on another two to go....



aside from the re-packing of the three dumpies, currently sat on me cages!!

Managed to blag myself a few pallets on Friday on the way home from some 'cherry shopping' .....



and got me 'cable collection', relocated onto one of 'em Friday evening, 'fore committing the remains of the previous pallet, under it all, to the burning bin.
This lot came home from me workshop .... wasn't leaving it there for their demo boys....I have a use for it and fixtures and fittings weren't included in the sale !!! .. enough there to sort my new shed's requirements ... and some !!



Saturday day'd been a write off, as far as doing anything was concerned, other than entertaining Clara, whilst her mum frantically finished off her dissertation, for our perusal.

weather forecast is pretty good for the week, so might even manage to relocate some spoil, if yon field's dried enough!!
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Old 14-05-2018, 12:45 AM
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Looks like somebody used a pipe wrench on the fittings Graham so that's not a good sign to start off. Might have to consult the holy manuel.
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Old 14-05-2018, 12:53 AM
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Looks like somebody used a pipe wrench on the fittings Graham so that's not a good sign to start off. Might have to consult the holy manuel.
my thoughts exactly Bert ..... and look at the angle the jubilee clip is on the pick up hose at .... as said, I know the 'certain party', of old, who has been 'tinkering' with this previously ..... not very hopeful on anything good coming of that

Any info., that anyone has, re my earlier posts will be gratefully received .. a hydraulic schematic would be awesome!!
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Old 14-05-2018, 07:43 AM
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Default Re: Druid’s New Duck – ’99 Hydrema-Wiemar M1500

After a quick Google it possibly should be a triple gear pump.?
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