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Just to refresh everyone's memory this is what i started out with 3 yrs ago!

Here is where i'm at now!

I debated about putting the ole 3 point hitch back on, but i think i will, just more functional for my purposes!
It has been a job so far gettin everything on it broke loose. Alot of heat and hammer work!



Still can't find much info for using a remote cylinder on it, but i am going to fabricate something!
 

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Great effort, I love to see them come back to life. Does it go as well as it looks?,.
 

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Looking awesome!
 

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Red Kiwi said:
Great effort, I love to see them come back to life. Does it go as well as it looks?,.
Yes it runs pretty good, considering the condition the carb is in. Number tag is missing from it, and don't know what i have, so i had to cut a crude bowl gasket for it. It doesn't work to well. I have the fix for it sitting in a box just waitin to be bolted on. I bought a new carb for it!
 

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Very nice :)
 

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Looking really great :!:
 

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Very nice VERY NICE indeed! Great work
 

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Thank ya'll for your comments! I have put an incredible amount of time in this project. I was told this tractor couldn't be fixed. Well i have never been known to not attempt to prove someone wrong!
 

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John M said:
Whats your plans for the electrics?
It is converted to 12 volt, as all my tractors are! It will have a delco alternator on it. I am quite proud of the bracket i fabricated up for it. I'll get pictures ASAP!
 
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