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Hi ROB AS you look at main side rails on the sides were engines bolted in come out from the front with weights 450)600mm on front I've some nice 56lbs weights here I used thanks Jon

 

Ah ok, that makes sense. I'll have to look out for some Fordson front weights then!

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Ah ok, that makes sense. I'll have to look out for some Fordson front weights then!

 

Hi mate they cost you a Arm leg mate better off with 56lbs weights on metal frame cheap thanks Jon

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Sounds ideal John. Did you make up the frame yourself? Any pics?

 

 

 

Hi Slack Ma Girdle. That looks like a beauty! Nice wide footprint and beefy rear tyres... bet you get some good traction with that set up?

Do you find that the 3.5 tonne winch is powerful enough for what you do? Be interested to see the videos you mention.. where can I find them?

 

Cheers. Rob

 

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Hi SLACK I've 7)8 56lbs weights you after them then they're good for key in the front of the tractor going to push you know tractor as a cheap £10 each cheap as chips thanks John

 

Posted my last reply before I saw this! Obviously, it's only fair that SlackMaGirdle has first refusal on these, but if he doesn't, I may be interested John.

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Posted my last reply before I saw this! Obviously, it's only fair that SlackMaGirdle has first refusal on these, but if he doesn't, I may be interested John.

 

Hi mate it easy to make just a friend coming out from the side rails just need you to channel and put the whites on the front thanks John

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Posted my last reply before I saw this! Obviously, it's only fair that SlackMaGirdle has first refusal on these, but if he doesn't, I may be interested John.

 

Jon has already tried to off load them on me, but i like driving around the woods with only two wheels on the ground.

If you want them help your self, just watch out that Jon :001_tt2: does not try to palm off any of his other junk.

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Hi mate it easy to make just a friend coming out from the side rails just need you to channel and put the whites on the front thanks John

 

Fair enough. Ill look into that then. Thanks John.

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Hi mate it easy to make just a friend coming out from the side rails just need you to channel and put the whites on the front thanks John

 

Fair enough. Ill look into that then. Thanks John.

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on has already tried to off load them on me, but i like driving around the woods with only two wheels on the ground.

If you want them help your self, just watch out that Jon does not try to palm off any of his other junk.

 

Haha! Fair enough!

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