Cropmaster Tools

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Cropmaster Tools

Post by tractorfan » Sun Jul 08, 2018 11:23 pm

Were new Cropmasters equipped with tools?

If so what were they?


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Re: Cropmaster Tools

Post by db2d » Tue Jul 10, 2018 7:42 am

There was a tool kit for the Cropmaster. It consisted of a number of openended spanners,screwdriver,box spanner and tommy bar for the spark plugs,wheel brace, square key for oil plugs and a grease gun.There may have been a few other items.

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Re: Cropmaster Tools

Post by GeoffDEAL » Fri Jul 13, 2018 10:43 pm

Hi in the DB 25 parts book - tool bag and tools it has starting handle,tool bag,pliers,screw driver,spanner1/4-3/16, spanner 3/8-7/16 spanner 5/8-3/4 spanner oB.A-2B.A , box spanner 5/16-3/8 BSF,box spanner 1/2 BSF , wheel brace , wrench drain plug , grease gun , tommey bar small , tommey bar large ,box spanner spark plug ,gap gauge, feeler gauge magneto, so was a very comprehensive kit even on the DB25 and would have been similar to the Cropmaster one if putting together a correct tool kit .

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