Hi Peter and welcome to CMN good luck with your project dumper I hope that somebody on here can offer you a bit of info on it? Must say that I am staggered by the amount of dumper manufacturers that once existed; hope you enjoy the forum.
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diggerjones wrote:Cheers Jeremy, is there anyone else I could contact.
Apart from speaking to Andrew himself I have no contacts in that area as such but I would think there would be a local camping site at Hornsea which is only a few miles away?
What engines in the 121? If it's the 6d a swop might be easier, also I think lack of space not the financial side could be the governing factor In restoring these machines Norman it's little four cylinder Perkins a 4104 I think? Jeremy Hi Jeremy, I don't know what engine is in the 121, but I would ...
For those visiting Andrew's working event next Sunday (26th) you will be able to see this cracking little Priestman 108S she's in fine fettle too and has been acquired for a song by Andrew on behalf of one of the gents that has more machines on his farm. :thumbup: Jeremy http://www.classicmachinery....
mechman wrote:What engines in the 121? If it's the 6d a swop might be easier, also I think lack of space not the financial side could be the governing factor In restoring these machines
Norman it's little four cylinder Perkins a 4104 I think?
Rob I'm guessing that upside down rams are just a design fad; a bit like motorcycles some of which are now fitted with upside down forks, doesn't look right if you ask me but I cannot see any benefits of fitting them in this way.
Three generations of Hymac excavators here; firstly the 580D from the NEI era, the 121 from the BM Group era built at Pleck Road, Walsall and in the background the 590 built at Hymacs Rhymney site. The 580D is being broken for bits and I guess the other two will also end up seeing the gas axe which ...