You always need the earth, never use something without the earth connected.
If you want to connect something with a 4 pin plug to a 5 pin socket it’s the neutral you miss out.
4 pin = 3 phase + earth
5 pin = 3 phase + neutral + earth
I am one and the same, although there are two of us on the farming forum, myself with a space and another without.
I had already read the thread other than the basics oil, filters etc that had already been mentioned my knolage of telehandler drive systems is limited.
The biggest issue with lifting chain is the links are generally very small in relation to the diameter of steel they are made from. This means it is almost impossible to get a decent padlock that will fit through the links.
Ware as motorbike chains are designed to overcome this issue. as said...
The Chinese crispers seem to be copied from the Cembre crimpers, serious money new but they can usually be had second hand at a reasonable price.
Back in the days when I worked as a panel wireman we used Cembre crimpers day in day out and wouldn’t bat an eyelid at crimping 500 lengths of 185mm...
I always stop before the carriage stop, it’s the way I was shown at collage and have continued ever since.
With practice you get used to stopping the feed very close to the stop and seamlessly continuing the feed by hand.