Shearing Website

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Hunter
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Re: Shearing Website

Postby Hunter » Sun Jun 06, 2010 3:10 pm

it copes very well, I used it again yesterday, I have 12v one that runs of the car battery but I like to use the JAP, it does grunt a bit sometimes and you have to have her running fast which is quite noisy and smelly so you don't want to be down wind of her as the job is hot and sweaty enough as it is.

It is a genius idea whoever thought of it, I am looking to find someone with a shearing attachement to an Allen Scythe or an Actco version, just fasinates me how much effort has gone in over the years to invent machines just for shearing.
Wolseley WD8, 1949. Two J A Prestwich Zero series, Passion is shearing equipment being a shearer.

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Hunter
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Re: Shearing Website

Postby Hunter » Wed Jun 16, 2010 2:20 pm

Thank you for those.
Wolseley WD8, 1949. Two J A Prestwich Zero series, Passion is shearing equipment being a shearer.


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