kauppfarms· Premium Member
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Might be a silly question but how do you know that the new Claas Auto greasing system is working?
I don't really know what all happens to the fuel system on a diesel engineI am wondering why a person would spend the money for it and then have the worry if it was working right.
Often wondered that as well, then think, piss on it, whatever happens happens, hope for the best, put a little trust and faith in the people supplying this equipment.Always wondered if there is a provision for unequal pressure required between different grease points. Also when greasing with a hand gun one point gets 3 shots and the next gets 10 shots. How does auto grease deal with those differences?
Ever use one of those heat detecting guns?I also like to feel the bearings for heat.
X2.I use a heat gun all the time, very handy tool. I check bearing temps, exhaust manifold temps to troubleshoot,gearboxes,even grain samples. The price has really come down on them in the last few years.
No crazy Claas shields that need a wrench either...I didn't know CIH didn't offer an auto greaser.
Your time will come.No crazy Claas shields that need a wrench either...
Easy then. Seems like we get a rain delay at least every 50 hrs....SWMan the only daily fittings are the rotor bearings. The rest are 50 or more hour fittings.