All-Terrain Lawn Tractor Forum
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.

All-Terrain Lawn Tractor Forum

Like riding lawn tractors through mud, woods, rocks, and snow? Then this is the place for you! Share your ideas, Post your projects and more!
 
PortalHomeSearchRegisterLog inTop Tractor Challenge

 

 "The WarHorse"

Go down 
+4
MN mudder
Budget_gokart
MightyRaze
Brianator
8 posters
Go to page : Previous  1, 2, 3  Next
AuthorMessage
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver



Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeThu Nov 11, 2021 5:46 pm

Thanks! But are you talking about the paint or the headlights? Lol
Back to top Go down
Online
Budget_gokart
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Budget_gokart


Age : 18
Join date : 2020-12-23
Posts : 401
Forum Rep : 5
Location : Roachdale IN

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeFri Nov 12, 2021 2:30 pm

both are cool i like the blue paint

Brianator likes this post

Back to top Go down
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeFri Nov 12, 2021 4:43 pm

@Budget_gokart wrote:
both are cool i like the blue paint

It's all yours! Lol
Back to top Go down
Online
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSat Nov 13, 2021 8:27 pm

Securing The Hood


It seems to be a common thing to make sure your hood is good and secure when off roading your tractor (and it makes good sense!) so I started looking around at different hood pins, flip style latches etc. and came across these Jeep hood latches and thought they'd be brilliant! Based on the dimensions and the design of my tractor I figured I could make them work and I did! Not only that but I think they look great, even better than I had imagined and they fit the offroad theme! "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Screen13


For the first order of business I made a template out of cardboard, not only to mark where to drill but mainly to line it up and be sure it will even work. Turns out there's little to no room for error... "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211144
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211145
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211146


As you can see the holes are quite close to the edges, I had to push the hood down to mark the holes for the upper half or the lower bolt hole would've been out of bounds! Inside the hood I had to remove the random bolt, bend the tab out of the way and trim the washer to be able to secure the one bolt. With that side done it was time to move onto the next! "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211149
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211148
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211147


When I closed the hood with the template and lower latch in place it was WAY off from where it should've been as witnessed by the marks to the right of it. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211159



Turns out the sheet metal is beat to crap on the front left corner and pushing the hood and grille way back.  Are these old Sears prone to being bought by people with a habit of sleep-mowing or what!? Lol. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211153


It's supposed to look like this!
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211154


After a little tweaking with vise grips to start working the bad kinks out and a bunch of hammer/dolly work I got it straitened and stretched close enough to push the hood forward closer to where it should be. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211155


And that's it, hood latches installed! They feel great, they lock it down good and secure which should mean no rattling! Not that I'll likely hear it over the exhaust but I'm still happy with how they look and work!  "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211156
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211157
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211158

MightyRaze and Nevadablue like this post

Back to top Go down
Online
Budget_gokart
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Budget_gokart


Age : 18
Join date : 2020-12-23
Posts : 401
Forum Rep : 5
Location : Roachdale IN

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Nov 14, 2021 4:19 pm

Your really making me wanna hurry up and build my MTD 😂
Back to top Go down
Nevadablue
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Nevadablue


Join date : 2021-07-01
Posts : 331
Forum Rep : 4
Location : Nevada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Nov 14, 2021 4:59 pm

Very nice work on that! Looks really good.  "The WarHorse" - Page 2 1f44d
Back to top Go down
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Nov 14, 2021 7:13 pm

@Budget_gokart wrote:
Your really making me wanna hurry up and build my MTD 😂
Don't you already have like 9 on the go which is about 50% of all the current builds here! Lol. Just playing around!

@Nevadablue wrote:
Very nice work on that! Looks really good.  "The WarHorse" - Page 2 1f44d
Thank you sir, I'm very happy with the results!

Nevadablue likes this post

Back to top Go down
Online
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Nov 14, 2021 7:43 pm

Electrical - Part 3

I got a start on some wiring today, I had grabbed a few small bundles of wire while I was at the salvage yard yesterday. I figured with the mess of wire I have kicking around, existing wiring in the tractor that I can use if I choose plus all of this I should be good to go!
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211162


First thing I did was install the horn (Hella low tone), wired it to the horn button, temporarily wired the illumination for the horn button to the running light switch and finally wired them both to the fuse box.
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211160


I also made and installed the ground wire for the fuse box and a couple other bits to get ahead of the game. I used red and black cheater leads to power the fuse box,  the green and yellow ones are hooked up to the headlights for testing.  Looks an awful mess right now but it'll be cleaned up nicely in the end.
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211161


Last edited by Brianator on Sun Nov 21, 2021 6:16 pm; edited 1 time in total

Nevadablue likes this post

Back to top Go down
Online
MightyRaze
Administrator
Administrator
MightyRaze

7000 Posts
7K Posts!

Age : 46
Join date : 2016-09-06
Posts : 7667
Forum Rep : 554
Location : Central Oklahoma

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Nov 14, 2021 11:56 pm

Looking good man... I like to run horns in all my stuff.  Helps get attention if needed.  Nice bundle of wires there.

_______________________________________________
Tractors:
Li'l Red 89 Murray Widebody
Kal-El 82 Murray GT -Retired-
TheGreenMachine 89 Craftsman GT18
Bowser 01 Murray Widebody LT 
Thor 77 Hydro Sears Suburban
Grandpa 75 Sears ST/16
Have a question? Ask me! Type in "@MightyRaze" in your post!
Back to top Go down
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeMon Nov 15, 2021 12:54 pm

@MightyRaze wrote:
Looking good man... I like to run horns in all my stuff.  Helps get attention if needed.

Thank you and I couldn't agree more, safety first! The horn is more for fun (and startling people), I'm installing a small (yet loud) car alarm siren hooked up to a tether switch in case something goes wrong. Also hoping I can connect it to kill the engine at the same time as it engages the siren, I think I can pull it off with some thought, testing and a 5 pin relay or 2! I want to paint the underside in blaze orange as well in case it ends up on top of me like that Simpsons episode! Lol.



Last edited by Brianator on Sat Nov 20, 2021 8:36 pm; edited 1 time in total

Nevadablue and MN mudder like this post

Back to top Go down
Online
Joe_the_mower_man_1320
Forum Newbie
Forum Newbie
Joe_the_mower_man_1320


Age : 15
Join date : 2021-09-25
Posts : 17
Forum Rep : 0
Location : Northwest Iowa

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeMon Nov 15, 2021 2:13 pm

A horn and hood latches wow that's fancy.

Brianator likes this post

Back to top Go down
Rustbucket Garage
Monkey Wrench
Monkey Wrench
Rustbucket Garage


Join date : 2021-01-15
Posts : 661
Forum Rep : 35
Location : Upstate New York

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeMon Nov 15, 2021 5:49 pm

You need one of these stickers "The WarHorse" - Page 2 1098998679 "The WarHorse" - Page 2 2664539216 "The WarHorse" - Page 2 61ebcKqFc3L._AC_SX450_

Brianator likes this post

Back to top Go down
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeMon Nov 15, 2021 10:24 pm

@Joe_the_mower_man_1320 wrote:
A horn and hood latches wow that's fancy.

But wait there's more! Lol. I scored a XL ATV cover at Princess Auto for $30!
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211166



@Rustbucket Garage wrote:
You need one of these stickers "The WarHorse" - Page 2 1098998679 "The WarHorse" - Page 2 2664539216 "The WarHorse" - Page 2 61ebcKqFc3L._AC_SX450_
I like that, maybe I should make me one just in case! Lol. I've seen Jeeps with the upside down "If you can read this flip me over" on the windshield and always have a chuckle.

Nevadablue likes this post

Back to top Go down
Online
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeTue Nov 16, 2021 9:35 pm

Electrical - Part 4

I got the headlights wired up and tested today after work.
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211171
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211170


I want all the body panels to be easily removable and not have to fuss around with wires so I'm adding these GM style waterproof connectors to make my life easy. I found a 10 pack on Amazon so for $2.90 per connector that's a small price to pay for some piece of mind! Instead of having 2 loose wires from the switch to the front I used a length of heat shrink tubing to keep them together and keep the wiring clean (as seen in above 2 photos).
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211172


I'm pretty particular with my wiring so all the connections I do are soldered and (heat) shrink wrapped, butt connectors are great when you're in a pinch but less than reliable in the long run as I'm sure most if not all of us have learned! I do crimp the end terminals but I heat shrink those over the wires as well, I'll add some dielectric grease to everything to prevent corrosion once all the wiring is complete as a finishing touch. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211173
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211174


I also found these nifty wire clips that I'll use throughout the build to keep all the wiring secure. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Screen16


Last edited by Brianator on Sun Nov 21, 2021 6:17 pm; edited 1 time in total

Nevadablue likes this post

Back to top Go down
Online
Budget_gokart
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Budget_gokart


Age : 18
Join date : 2020-12-23
Posts : 401
Forum Rep : 5
Location : Roachdale IN

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeWed Nov 17, 2021 9:34 am

man my wiring wont ever look that good! i plan to shine my mud mower up for the next car show! i hope my GT is ready for the next one if not my other craftsman should make it

Brianator likes this post

Back to top Go down
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeWed Nov 17, 2021 10:37 am

@Budget_gokart wrote:
man my wiring wont ever look that good!

Well sure it could! Don't forget the old adage "practice makes perfect!" I didn't wake up one morning with the skills to pull it off, years of practice and experience have brought me to this point. Keep at 'er and you'll get better each and every time!
Back to top Go down
Online
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeWed Nov 17, 2021 11:05 am

You were right @Rustbucket Garage, I definitely needed it! Lol.  
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211175

If anyone else wants one shoot me a PM.
Back to top Go down
Online
Nevadablue
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Nevadablue


Join date : 2021-07-01
Posts : 331
Forum Rep : 4
Location : Nevada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeWed Nov 17, 2021 12:04 pm

Nice job on the wiring! I made a harness for the Rat Rod, but may save that for my tractor rig instead and build a soldered harness like yours for the Rat.  "The WarHorse" - Page 2 1f44d

Brianator likes this post

Back to top Go down
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeWed Nov 17, 2021 9:51 pm

@Nevadablue wrote:
Nice job on the wiring! I made a harness for the Rat Rod, but may save that for my tractor rig instead and build a soldered harness like yours for the Rat.  "The WarHorse" - Page 2 1f44d
Thank you and do it! It's time consuming but soo worth it in the end. Short term pain long term gain! Lol.


Electrical - Part 5

I had the day off work so I decided to tackle some more wiring! First thing I did was figure out the routing, I opened up an existing hole (circled) so I could fit a grommet to prevent the wires from chaffing on metal and rubbing through the insulation."The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211176
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211177


Then it was time to wire up the running lights and test the circuit, that's all good but the pilot light on the switch is way too bright. Not only do I think it will be an irritant but it overpowers the horn button so I'll have to figure a way to tone 'er down.
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211178
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211179


Next up was the brake lights.  They're not connected to anything yet but at least they're wired. A little something I like to do to make wire bundles is to use small bits of heat shrink tubing to hold the wires together nice and neat, even though I knew I would put all the wiring in a loom I did it anyways!  "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211180


Here's the finished product. I used different connector halves for each circuit so they can't be confused and had to tweak the clips a little to hold the loom, I'm pretty happy with how it turned out overall but I'll be even happier when all the wiring is done. It's so time consuming to do a nice job! Lol"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211181


Last edited by Brianator on Sun Nov 21, 2021 6:18 pm; edited 1 time in total

Nevadablue likes this post

Back to top Go down
Online
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSat Nov 20, 2021 7:13 pm

Clutch/Brake and Gas Pedal - Part 1

I got what might be the least exciting upgrade done today but it sure will be one of the most functional so I'm darn happy. LH clutch/brake pedal swap complete!


Once I pulled the original out I lined the 2 up to make sure the brackets looked good, sure enough they were perfect! It was a true bolt in/hook it up affair and why I said least exciting upgrade. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211185
 "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211183
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211184
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211190
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211189



The fun doesn't stop there though! I had planned to rig up the original as the gas pedal but first I needed to remove the brackets. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211186


I had hoped to save them for possible reuse but no matter how much I tried to get rid of the welds and bang the brackets off they just wouldn't budge! I had to resort to slicing into them and snapping off pieces as I went.
 "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211187
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211188
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211191


Unfortunately I cut into the shaft a little, not enough to worry about but I'll still fill weld and grind it smooth so it looks nice.
  "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211192
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211193


With the brackets out of the way it was time to mock it up on the tractor. I found that if I flipped the mounting brackets around I was able to get them set up in a really nice spot located close to original by using existing bolts. The mounting brackets will be on the inside of the chassis, I have it hanging off one of the bolts I'll use on the outside just for mock up purposes. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211196



There are a couple little clearance issues I'll have to sort out but nothing major. The first is I MAY have to shave a little off the clutch/brake pedal mounting brackets to make way for the gas pedal rod but maybe not, I'm not quite sure yet. The second is the drive belt guard plate, ill need to notch it (as seen in red) to allow the mounting brackets to slide up inside the chassis.  "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Screen18


With the mock up complete I shut er down for the day, I still have lots to do before the day is over!"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211199
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211198


Hopefully tomorrow I'll have the gas pedal installed and awaiting the next phase which is coming up with a way to route and connect it to the motor. I'm going with a dual throttle setup, gotta keep that cruise control working!  Lol. That's all for now, stay tuned for more soon!


Last edited by Brianator on Sun Nov 21, 2021 6:19 pm; edited 4 times in total

chevy8988, Rustbucket Garage and Nevadablue like this post

Back to top Go down
Online
chevy8988
Forum Newbie
Forum Newbie
chevy8988


Age : 21
Join date : 2014-08-17
Posts : 76
Forum Rep : 0
Location : Fulton, Kentucky

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSat Nov 20, 2021 9:27 pm

Looking good, clean wiring job too, it's always my least favorite part of a build lol, but like you said taking the time to do it right and make it look clean is totally worth it. Good thing that pedal swap didn't put up a fight and went right in, hopefully throttle linkage will go smooth for ya, I've always used brake cables from bikes, four-wheelers, etc. for throttle linkage.

Brianator and Nevadablue like this post

Back to top Go down
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSat Nov 20, 2021 9:37 pm

Thanks and for sure! Do it once, do it right, right!? Lol. I'm definitely going way overboard with the wiring but that's just me I guess! That LH pedal came from another MTD build Craftsman, before I found it I was just going to cut the brackets off and move them, now I know I would've been fabricating new ones! I was planning on bike cable/sheathing as I have a bunch kicking around and it's easy to work with, shouldn't be too difficult.

chevy8988 and Nevadablue like this post

Back to top Go down
Online
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Nov 21, 2021 5:40 pm

Clutch/Brake and Gas Pedal - Part 2

She put up a bit of a fight but the gas pedal is installed! It feels like I removed and installed the clutch/brake assembly at least a dozen times to keep modifying the brackets, what a pain! Lol.

I quickly learned that there is a clearance issue with the brake rod bracket. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211100


I removed some material and tested it out, it still needed more removed... so I did that, tested it again and it looks all good! I wish I hadn't cut it back so far as to remove the adjustment hole but if I need it back in there I'll cut the piece from the other bracket I cut off the RH pedal and weld it in, doubt I'll need to though. "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211101
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211102
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211103

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211104


Then it was time to bolt the brackets up and have a look at the next hurdles. I had to trim a little from the clutch/brake mounting brackets to make way for the gas pedal rod (arrow facing up), then I realized if I trimmed the gas pedal brackets (red line) they should slide right up behind the belt guard plate (which they did) so I didn't have to notch that which is super! The rear most bolt for it is shown with the arrow pointing down so trimming the brackets killed 2 birds with one stone! "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Screen19


With the clutch/brake in place I mocked up the gas pedal brackets and they were overlapping each other, time to trim them up (red line)! I only had to drill 2 holes (one per side) for the gas pedal lower mounting bolt(s) which can be seen in this pic. That was probably the easiest part of the whole ordeal! "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Screen20
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211105


With everything reinstalled and snugged down it was time to check for clearance on the brake rod bracket one last time and... bingo! Enough of a gap to call it good!"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211107
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211106


There they are, all nice and factory appearing! I'll still need to make tabs for the pedal stops, return spring, brake light switch and throttle linkage but that comes later.
 "The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211108
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211109
"The WarHorse" - Page 2 20211200


If I had taken the extra time to get my cuts perfect I could've welded the mounting brackets together and almost noone would've known any better that it didn't come from the factory like that but after the amount of times I had to remove and install the clutch/brake assembly my patience started to wear a little thin so I just made quick marks and cuts to get er done! Lol. That's it for now, let me know what you think!


Last edited by Brianator on Mon Nov 22, 2021 8:28 am; edited 3 times in total

Nevadablue likes this post

Back to top Go down
Online
MN mudder
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
MN mudder


Join date : 2021-09-30
Posts : 121
Forum Rep : 0
Location : southern mn

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Nov 21, 2021 6:24 pm

looks good! I like the fact that you took the time to reuse the old brake or clutch pedal it looks very clean and factree looking!

Brianator likes this post

Back to top Go down
Nevadablue
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Nevadablue


Join date : 2021-07-01
Posts : 331
Forum Rep : 4
Location : Nevada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Nov 21, 2021 8:03 pm

Brilliant work, way to go!

Brianator likes this post

Back to top Go down
Brianator
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Brianator


Age : 42
Join date : 2019-07-02
Posts : 191
Forum Rep : 7
Location : Ontario, Canada

"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Nov 21, 2021 8:31 pm

Thanks fellas I appreciate the kind words!
Back to top Go down
Online
Sponsored content





"The WarHorse" - Page 2 Empty
PostSubject: Re: "The WarHorse"   "The WarHorse" - Page 2 Icon_minitime

Back to top Go down
 
"The WarHorse"
Back to top 
Page 2 of 3Go to page : Previous  1, 2, 3  Next

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
All-Terrain Lawn Tractor Forum :: Tractor Project Builds :: Off Road & Rally Tractors-
Jump to: