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PostSubject: Re: Silver thingy   Thu Mar 05, 2015 7:31 am

I did not get from reverse if engine was running or not running. Good point about the belt maybe snow was bending the belt because shifting was not an problem on flat surface only after geting stuck to snow. Before I open the rear axle next time when there is shifting problems I will check that belt is loose not bended or something.
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PostSubject: Re: Silver thingy   Mon Jun 15, 2015 5:14 am

Something went broken finally. Well not so serious problem but at least I can write something Very Happy

Shifting has been smooth so no problems with that.

Here is the proplem

http://aijaa.com/fCo8Ny


After few minutes of welding it was ready for next job. I have used this tractor several times with lot of different projects. I have now stone project. I updated the trailer for Stones

http://aijaa.com/PIC8FX


http://aijaa.com/GYEc3P


This is sort of tipper trailer I just need to take it off the tractor and then flip over the whole trailer  Very Happy

http://aijaa.com/MkOEZt


I can start with big loads and after that just use smaller loads depending the "flip cylinder" power
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PostSubject: Re: Silver thingy   Thu Sep 24, 2015 12:59 am

Some updates about this tractor. After some offroad there was some problems changing gears.

http://aijaa.com/h8UzxL


Bolt from rear axle snapped inside of the shifter axle. Well instead off taking the rear axle off trying to take the bolt piece out I decided to fix it like this.

http://aijaa.com/bnumed


This fix worked well so I went to forest. After half an hour just on the turning back area something happened. Tractor didn´t move and problem did look like this.

http://aijaa.com/B8hnw9


Tree went over the trailer front tire. Half an hour drive was over two hour drive back. Luckily my oldest son was with me so he was driving and I was pushing. After over two hours we managed to get back to the car. Trailer front tire was not rolling but it didn´matter at that point.

http://aijaa.com/Ujf0jm


Axle bended and tire went to trash can.

http://aijaa.com/0OamQc


Now this problem is also fixed and we went back to forest. Last weedend we did ger tree loads at the same over two hour time Smile


We can now drive at neighbor field. Combine harvester has collected the oats so tractor had some job to do. It is much saver to drive this thing to field than road car Smile

http://aijaa.com/tHgfyR


I have prepared some parts for trailer tire update. At this monent I have so much other thing to do so this trailer update is on hold. Plan is to use 10" scooter rims because those original trailer tires are too small. Well maybe next winter I have some time for this tariler project. Until next time.......
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PostSubject: Re: Silver thingy   Wed Dec 16, 2015 2:44 am

I have some little updates to this tractor but mostly just driving and having fun.

Front axle was quite loose and steering was really heavy. Wheels did not turn because front axle moved so much. So I made new tilting sleeve with lathe and welded it little higher that original tilting point was. After I have matched sleeve and axle dimensions tilting has almost zero play. I made also some other improvements and added grease to the moving parts. Now steering is light and turning agle is good.

http://aijaa.com/c9GTvd


Other problem was the belt. Tractor did not move at all. So I took pulley from original deck or something. Anyway that thing where the cutting blades are  Very Happy . I just driller one hole to the ogriginal tensioner and done. Now tractor moves and I can get wheelies with third gear. Here is low quality photo about the pulley issue. So the new pulley is the one wich is on the back side of the belt.

http://aijaa.com/7wv5FY


So now it is just hard driving and light maintenance Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Silver thingy   Wed Dec 16, 2015 11:00 am

Nice! is the tractor speeded up or is it still factory speed?
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PostSubject: Re: Silver thingy   Thu Dec 17, 2015 5:13 am

Thanks

This is factory speed only tires are bigger. For me the speed is enough. I mostly like to drive on really rough conditions so slow speed is better.
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