Craig that's a Hymac 590C
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essexpete wrote:Wish it was not so far away. It would be good to put faces to folk on here.
Pete make a long weekend of it, I think you'd enjoy it and it would be good to meet up.
Never mind perhaps Fred and Norm could make the summer working event? I hope that Andrew does have a summer event this year as he did not bother last year due to other commitments.
Pete, there is a local company to where I live called P Forkers which specialise in hiring out this type of machinery, they had a few machines based on old JCB Powerslide style excavators and a couple on old Hy-mac 580D machines but I think those have long gone now and only the JCB's remain, this is...
Hi and welcome :wave: I would try a hydraulics/drives specialist they may be able to fit a different seal to the ram and offer a guarantee, I know this is a pain but it's one possible solution, the other would be to get the hydraulic oil pressure checked on that service because perhaps if it is set ...
- Mon Jan 06, 2020 8:47 am
- Forum: Heavy Haulage
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essexpete wrote:So I guess the Commer is a petrol? Is that an early Hough loading it?
Pete, it's not a Commer if you look carefully you can see it has the Karrier name on it, I was never sure what the connection was between the two companies?