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Very interesting Pete, also found this; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfLrtyaGpu4 Sadly our truck industry was still a long way behind the competition, especially on quality well for Seddon Atkinson I can testify that myself, the 400 series were abysmal wagons, ironically although looking outwardl...
essexpete wrote:I take it that the engine is running in the photo by the rain cap?
Correct I'd just fired her up for a play and to check that the work carried out was good.
Another trip was made yesterday and I managed to get into the swing of things; I had three jobs that needed doing on the 580BT so I set about tackling them, first off was the SLRV on the bucket retraction cylinder, this had given issue during the Feb working event so as I had a spare second hand one...
- Tue May 19, 2020 7:32 pm
- Forum: Loaders/Backhoes
- Topic: JCB 3C MKIII /5 picts and questions
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Louis, this may sound a pain in the backside but drain your oil into a clean container and use a measuring jug to pour the correct amount into the engine, then mark the dipstick to suit.
essexpete wrote:Must be good just to get out Jeremy.
Yes Pete, to be fair I have made myself busy while stuck in the house so fortunately I have not been going out of my mind with boredom, the whole thing has made me do jobs at home which have been on the back burner for far too long.
Well having been house bound due to being on furlough and the Covid 19 pandemic, I have not been able to get up to my machines; however now the government is permitting people to travel I made the journey up there. My first task was to get the machines running as they had not been started since my l...