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Old beater edition
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TRACTION ENGINE
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>>1970907
I sometimes see huge tractors driving down the road in the urban area, miles from any farms.
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>>1970939
farms can get pretty spread out, sometimes u have to travel.
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>>1970907
Where at in UK?
>>1970929
cor, pic related
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>>1971133
>Where at in UK?
Northern France actually
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>>1970939
Tractors are used fairly regularly in construction these days, as a way to get around driving hour limits for trucks.
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>>1971272
You near Brest?
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>>1971597
Guise, sorry mon ami
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>>1970929
SOVL
The steam tractor doesn't fear the Oil Capitalist
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>>1971677
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Shamelessly bumping my thread
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>>1974147
it seems like no one had interest so i was going to let it die.
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>>1974472
Fair enough, I'll let it die too if it doesnt gain traction now.
Here's my CAT, its on the smaller side but it does what I need it to
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>>1974511
i don't own any tractors yet, just work on them
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can you build a business around owning one of these and/or a loader
yeah i'm near a rural area very mountainous though
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>>1974788
I use two John Deere 4450s on my ranch. I'm lucky enough to not have had to split one yet. I did help split an old 5020 JD once.
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VERY rare tractor
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>>1974870
not sure which one ur replying too. certainly people around here use backhoes and skid steers for dirt work and landscaping. sometimes just for brush clearing. now if ur meaning actual farm tractors, there are people who do custom hay work. they have no acreage on their own, but do hay for other farmers. decent living if u do enough
>>1974873
those r good. helped my godfather on his farm all through high school and college
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bump. i love these tractor threads, even though i neither know anything about tractors nor have any particular connection with them. i just wish they were nerdier. i'd like to hear tractor enthusiasts hold forth on the minutiae of tractors and tractor ownership. teach me about tractors!
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>>1974901
D series scrapers fucking suck!
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>>1974870
Im assuming that was meant for me >>1974511?
You can, but it depends a lot on your area, I cant speak for the USA but in Europe lots of gardeners have them, there are also people that specialise in small scale earthworks who have a whole park of miniature machinery, excevators, front end loaders, skidsteers and telehandlers, all under 2 tons (metric), so there's definitely a market for that kind of work.
>>1974901
Try finding some actual forums for that, they're usually more active too
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>>1974870
You’re talking about a plant hire company. Google “<town or region> plant hire” to check out the competition.
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1971 Ursus C-330 during renovation I did with my father last summer.

Some of things we did:
>new coat of paint
>new radiator with a four bladed fan (it actually holds coolant now)
>old thermostat was empty inside, replaced with a working one
>new seat cushion
>head gasket seal (bonus for engine head torqued up to spec)
>replaced oil in engine and transmission (oil inside transmission was nasty)
>added mirrors
>replaced window seals
>new hand fuel pump
>reintroduced doors
>new front fenders
>added wiper
>new battery with rebuild mounting plate
>new power take-off sealing
>many old hoses and rusted bolts replaced
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>>1975026
This is how it looks right now.

Please, disregard the small oil leak. I promise to fix it after the winter is over.
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>>1975029
nicely done man. it's cool to see restoration projects like that. had someone do a restoration on an old Farmall B. turned out pretty good
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>>1970907
i live in farmerland in the middle of nowhere in the uk
i love seeing the small cute tractors and the baeuetifal vintage machines
seen some cool ancient ones even steam powered ones
i love all the interesting ways the farmers do their logistics like using a small tractor to tow a land train with like 3 trailers and one of them has a dune buggy thinggie on it loll
the big ones are cool too but so scary on the backroads
all the corners are blind youre just betweeon 2 hedges 1.5 cars wide
and then suddenly a giant machine that takes up the entire with a huge metal spikey bladed contraption hanging off the front or back with tyres taller than the roof of my car comes round the corner
its always either a 17yo driving
or an 80yo who cant see shit
i could be going like 30 to 70mph (70 is the speed limit lolll)
and those things can go like 40 i think
i have seen death im telling you
not that other car drivers havnt almost killed me more or anything
its actually not so bad on my bike
i mean im going about 40 tops but i can also outbrake and outmaneuver any car so its actually way less scary when a big tractor comes round the corner
also its nice when im riding by one of the small tractors and i can say hi to the driver as i go by lol
>>1970939
tracktors on the fuckign motorway
based honestly but holy shit dude someones gonna die
put it on a flatbed if you arent even towing anything cmon ur a big slow object on a road full of cars and lorries going at least 50 up to 100+
someeone gonna die
>>1970929
love these dudes
ive seen these out on the road lol
i found a steamy like this but smaller in the woods
looked like it hadnt moved in a good decade at least
bet she still werks tho :)
>>1970976
based but deadly
>>1971833
QUEEEEN
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>>1976385
oh shit that was long sorry
i shouldnt get high right before posting
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>>1975029
cab door panel should be red
not sure why you'd paint the exhaust, that's gonna stink like a motherfucker
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>>1976387
Surely it’s VHT paint
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It’s REAL
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what about smol massey ferguson?
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>>1978983
they're ok
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>>1978995
are those schwalbe marathons on the front?
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>>1979154
no idea
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>>1971461
How does this work?
Are you saying a driver can only legally drive a truck for X hours a day so they get him to drive a tractor, where possible, so that he can work for longer?
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>>1971461 (me)
>>1981188
Yep, driving times for trucks are very regulated here, max 9 hours a day (twice a week can be upped to ten) or 56 hours per week, or 90 hours per 2 weeks.
>https://mobilit-belgium-be.translate.goog/nl/weg/transport/rij-en-rusttijden/rijtijden?_x_tr_sl=nl&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=nl&_x_tr_pto=wapp
>https://mobilit-belgium-be.translate.goog/nl/weg/transport/rij-en-rusttijden/rusttijden?_x_tr_sl=en&_x_tr_tl=nl&_x_tr_hl=nl&_x_tr_pto=wapp
These regulations dont apply for tractors, but you still need the same license to drive them (CE, truck and trailer)
Because of that, every truck driver in construction is also allowed to drive a tractor with a trailer.
One disadvantage however is that they are limited to 40km/h
And depending on the usecase they may or may not be allowed to drive on red diesel, forestry for instance.
>https://www-politie-be.translate.goog/5352/vragen/verkeersregels/transport-met-tractors-met-aanhangwagen?_x_tr_sl=nl&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=nl&_x_tr_pto=wapp
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giving a bump in case someone was still interested
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Hello farmer people, I'm currently in the process in rebuilding this deutz F1M 414. Would you intrested in some progress pics? I've never been in this thread should I spam them or make a mega folder?
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>>1984737
selectractor,,,bestshot.
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>>1984748
you got a model L. nice. that's what dad used growing up
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Can anyone give me a ballpark figure of how much weight a Fergie TEF-20 can tow?
Assuming the surface is cement/asphalt.
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>>1986442
Bouut 350
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>>1986442
rule of thumb that Ive heard is ~1 metric ton per 10 horse
so by that logic, you should be able to get about 2.5 to 3 tons out of it
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>>1984737
>Would you intrested in some progress pics?
yes
>should I spam them or make a mega folder
Im good with either
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>>1986539
Cheers for being helpful.
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too many bicycles on this board and not enough tractors
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>>1974873
>50 series
never selling
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Feel the same way with the old 20 series
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i am on the lookout for an old power king lawn tractor with a pto to restore at the moment
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>>1994809
that thing is pretty dope. hope you find a nice one
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>>1971461
In germany I dont even need a proper license and can legally haul the same tonnage behind a tractor as a semi may. Just not at the same speed and on the highway.
Not a very sustainable incentive.
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>>1974880
>639d
i think they only built about 300 of these and most went to australia. commiefornia emissions have probably scattered the last few here in the states
wabco made the best elevating can and i've seen pictures of some 653/9 machines built by an aussie with a wabco elevator
t. hates scrapers
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>dad owns a small farm
>farming economy sucks ass
>old ass tractors and equipment, everything is jury rig and terrible
>Case IH 5130 and John deere 3000 something
>case has fancy electrical shifting that occasionally fails
>gears won't engage
>case has electrical clutch and it has no no feel to it
>reversing and putting on equipment is awful

>john deere is old ass mechanical beast
>nothing electrical except lights and they don't even work
>cabin is old and noisy
>breathe in dust and oil fumes
>speed and rpm meters don't work

>a relative got himself a +100k tractor that drives itself

I hate my life.
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>>1994999
gonna argue that one. case 5130 maxxum has hydraulic clutches that are engaged by solenoids and spools. if ur shifting is failing, it can be the diode on the back right rear of the cab, or the shuttle switch are most common. the hydraulic clutch will also last 3 to 4 times longer than a dry mechanical clutch, though i do agree the feel is different.picture of a hydraulic fwd/rev clutch
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>>1994999
check'd digits
nothing you described can't be fixed. a factory service manual is worth spending the money on and much cheaper than paying somebody to come out even once. it's silly to piss and moan when a few hours wrenching will remedy the issue
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>>1970907
>300hp v12
>powerquad
>converts to large loader
>giant cab with a bench for your babuska
commies got it right occasionally
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in keeping with the thread theme;
field beater on a small farm

heavy work gets done with the telehandler + backhoe so the JD is semi retired, just pulls stuff around the 10 acres
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heres my shops landlords janky ass loader built semi commercially by his uncle. 345 intertrashional married to a twin disc 2 spd powershift. 4 wheel steer pettibone axles geared low enough to shear the wheel studs if you deadhead it. this is 1 of 4 remaining. maybe 20 total were built in the 60s and 70s
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horsepower doesn't have to be expensive



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