* Magic with A Ferguson spanner

Posted on August 25th, 2011 by ploughmyfield. Filed under General.


Tonight I’ve been dismantling the 9S-KE-20 spring tine cultivator ready for shot blasting and priming. It was easiest to attach it to the tractor and work on it at waist height. But how to do that without starting up the engine!

A wise old owl showed me this neat trick recently and I wanted to share it. The trustee old Ferguson spanner out again. What would I do without it.

So Tim Chisell I hope you’ve read this, I’m almost ready to hand you the parts for blasting. When can you collect them?

 

Tags: ,



3 Responses to “Magic with A Ferguson spanner”

  1. Martin Harmer Says:

    Hi there, I use the starting handle on my TEA instead never tried it on diesil though Martin

  2. adam main Says:

    would that work on a MF 135??

  3. ploughmyfield Says:

    Don’t see why not.
    you’ll have to pick a bigger spanner thought as a ferguson spanner won’t fit.

Trackback URI | Comments RSS

Leave a Reply


Current Hot Topics

Recent Pictures

Hover over to view images. Click to show bigger.

Pages

Ploughing:

Plough - Ferguson
Plough - Match

Tractors:

TEF-20
FE35

Implements:

10-AE-28, 2 Furrow Plough
A-LE-A20 Cordwood Saw
5A-EE-B20 Rear Mounted Mower
C-UE-21 Crane
T-JE-A20 Transport Box
S9-KE-20, Spring Tine Cultivator - to be added
K-JA-30, 2 TON Trailer

Accessories:

Ferguson Spanner
A-TE-61 Hinged Seat and Feetrests
A-TE-66 Belt Pulley
A-TE-70 Tractor Jack
A-TE-78 Dual Wheel Kit
A-TE-87 Lighting Kit, Full
A-TE-A90 Pick Up Hitch - to be added
Ferguson Accessory List

Events:

Newark Tractor Show 2010
Newark Tractor Show 2007
Donegal Holiday 2008
Beamish, Steam Day 2007
FoFH Day 2004

Dealers:

Samuel Wilson & Son, Ltd (Sheffield)
John I. Fearn (Agricultural) Ltd

Info:

Technical
Downloads
Links
My YouTube Video's

Old Ploughmyfield Web Pages:

Previous Index 7
Previous Index 6
Previous Index 5
Previous Index 4
Previous Index 3
Previous Index 2
Previous Index 1

Old Pictures:

Initial Pictures
First Pictures
Second Pictures
Third Pictures
Fourth Pictures
Fifth Pictures