Hi finally got my tractor home with all the parts to put it
The guy's father was once going to restore it because he
Had new steel rolled for the rear wheels.
It was with a TT frame and I am surprised that they didn't
Use a TT rear or car ruxtell rear they probably just used
What they had or could afford. I think I will just leave it as is
For now the engine turns and all the valves go up and down
So I'll slip the eng. in and fire it up just to see what I have.
Just thought I' d share
Nice project. Had to turn my monitor over to view it.
Cool project Jim! It's a T engine/transmission and the gas tank looks like it's probably from a T, but I don't think that frame is a T or a TT. It looks much heavier to me.
Is that one of those Aussie tractors from down under?
Very nice, please post it up in the doodlebug thread too.
We have been keeping it going strong and posting our own project updates in it as well. Feel free to join in.
Are you positing from an iPad? Your photo looks right side up on mine and Jay's upside down. When I post pics they look upside down to everyone else. I need to look into this.
Great tractor. Looks like the ring gear or the whole rear end would have to be swapped side to side or you will have twice as many speeds in reverse as forward.
Thanks guy' and yes I have an I pad I can't seem to find
A source to resize pics with this I pad so the pic's are
Upside down .
I guess it's time to go to best buy and see the geek squad.
It's a Shaw kit. Practice on these was to flip the rear end upside down.
And they call those "smart" phones!
Many people on many forums are having the same problem.
Looks like you will have plenty to keep you busy, good luck and enjoy.
It looks like it might be using a Model TT truck frame.