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Old 20-02-05, 11:28
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Default Another Use For Carrier Hubs/Sprockets

Hi All
Just a bit of fun. Needed some extra weight so look what I used. If you look behind the tractor you will see our magnificent view we have on our new property.
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Old 20-02-05, 11:31
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Jusr on the technical side, I have been told on good authority that these are ex. British Universal Carrier. 35 teeth. They are surplus to my needs, anyone need them.
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Old 20-02-05, 17:56
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Bob,

You have a classic there, with the Massey Fergie 35, I started my working life in agricultural engineering on MF machinery.

By the way, the view is excellent as well

Richard
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Old 21-02-05, 03:59
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do you still have the hubs?
do you know how much the shipping would be to N. coast NSW?
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Old 21-02-05, 11:39
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With the Corowa get-together less than 4 weeks away, they could be "pass-the-parcelled" pretty close to the NSW north coast, at least to Newcastle, but Bob might find plenty of willing buyers at Corowa!.

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Old 21-02-05, 23:54
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Hows about a shipping cost to Scotland? A lot? Could do with them over here!

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Old 22-02-05, 17:47
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bob still have the hubs?
i am intrested in them if they fit a canada built U/C
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Old 23-02-05, 06:31
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Dave
Yes I still have them. Re. Canadian Carriers, I have no idea if they would fit. All I've been told is that they are for a British Universal Carrier, don't even know the Mark, and that they are 35 teeth sprockets. The frustrating thing is that there are no casting marks, manufacture details or anything on them.

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Are you serious about shipping to Scotland. They are very heavy.

Bob
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Old 23-02-05, 06:39
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bob,
im intrested in them. could there be a way to get them to NE NSW? (the big bananna)
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41 U/C, 42 U/C x 2, 44 U/C
42 6LB GUN
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Old 23-02-05, 06:47
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