Iron Fairy Mk7

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Iron Fairy Mk7

Post #1 by Explo » Wed Mar 16, 2016 2:56 pm

Hi all,

Dragged the Iron Fairy out the barn to get it ready for the summer jobs. Not much needed doing, handbrake and hydraulic pump engage lever freeing up and a general service. Thought I'd finished till my 4yo son asked me if it should be doing that all over the floor :( :( :( . A small steel hydraulic line running underneath going to the pressure gauge in the cab has rusted through.

Does anyone know if these cranes are metric or imperial?

While we are here, if anyone knows of an operators manual or parts list I could copy or buy it would be appreciated.

Best, Charlie
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Re: Iron Fairy Mk7

Post #2 by bigkit » Wed Mar 16, 2016 10:50 pm

Southdown truck and crane own what's left of jones and iron fairy. They are very helpful and should have everything you need 01273 493300

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Re: Iron Fairy Mk7

Post #3 by Explo » Fri Mar 18, 2016 1:53 pm

Thanks bigkit, operators & parts manual on its way :-)

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