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DIY 4X4 in action
Homemade RAVs called Problegos. These were built in sheds around Ross from
recycled vehicle parts. Just another quiet day in Ross New Zealand
The insides of my Homemade Tractor (Pictures + Video)
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A couple of people wanted to know what the inside looked like so i decided
to take the panels off for you. A home built tractor my Dad made when I was
5 years old. 12 years later...
Homemade Tractor #2
Home Made Stainless Steel Parade Tractor. Fast and with a rumble
Owner Ricky Willis
This is the homemade stainless steel tractor I built from the ground up
with a Honda 250 engine and has a 5 speed transmission with reverse. Its
name Willis Hydratrac
Mini Caterpillar 4 wd articulating tractor
Home built articulating tractor my son and I built for 4-H. Many people
have asked if we had some build photos This was a project that we started
that seemed a little like climbing mt. everest. My son Evan and I started
from total scratch with no plans, prints or drawing but with the dad having
a little german engineering in his blood coming from a long line of
Reinharts. We started with only some Steiner 525 axles and a used 3
cylinder 40 h.p. diesel and started the layout pocess. Trust me there is a
lot of brain storming trying to figure out engine positioning, balance,
weight, frame size, position of the hinge point and hardest of all I
wanted the seat to swing with the front location of the machinery as this i
not a full size tractor. I wanted to make the rear portion to include a
feature that would allow it to tilt side to side si the machine would flow
with the undulation of the ground. I also wanted to make sure that all of
my other attachments from my Steiner tractor would match up so that I could
share my existing implements. Everything is totally hand fabricated and
painted by us for a 4-H project that was included in our local Hancock
County Fair for FFA. We really was shooting for something to look like a
Challenger, Steiger or a Versatile. Enjoy the videos!
Home Made Tractor.wmv
Home made tractor I just bought fixed rear end and tranny and now doing a