Farm Engineering

Chae1

Member
Location
Aberdeenshire
Any pics without spreader
Got one today. Was on a decent concrete floor and just pushed spreader onto tractor to hitch it on.

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pellow

Member
Location
Newquay
I am making them, got an Marston Ace 12 ton and a Warwick 12 ton with rotten bodies, going to reuse the chassis and put new running gear on, got a welder here helping me, the labour bill is probably going to exceed the price of the steel and new running gear
 

jack_c

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After continually getting pushed to one side on the to do list I finally finished my adapter frame for pin and cone to 3pt linkage.

Last picture was it in testing in the summer.
 

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Renaultman

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Arable Farmer
Location
Darlington
Smart.
I've start buying those brackets in 2 seperate pieces. Big saving on the proper ones

Hmmm. The chalk line down the middle would suggest you found the centre line and measured out from there? I bet you used a real tape as well?
On the bodges thread the heathens would have used string with a knot in every inch
Or buy the whole brackets marry them up to the implement and tack them on.
 

Renaultman

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Darlington
After continually getting pushed to one side on the to do list I finally finished my adapter frame for pin and cone to 3pt linkage.

Last picture was it in testing in the summer.
I've had a part made one in the corner for ages, just trying to decide whether to put a tip ram on, then working out how I would do it :(
 

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