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There is very little that I need to say about the tractors you see below because the photos say it all. They all belong to one of our newest members, Robert.....except for the one in Camo. The second thing that you need to know is that they use Case trans-axles in spite of what the decals say. Therefore, they very much belong on this site. I invited Bob to join because some members would love to build their own articulated tractor. Bob is here to learn and to share, just like the rest of you. So please tell him what you think of his creations and feel free to ask questions.

















 

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Brad....step away from the welder....nice and slow......no more projects for you right now till you get done with your 220/4.

Although I KNOW you are going to build one of these eventually. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :trink:
 

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Brad....step away from the welder....nice and slow......no more projects for you right now till you get done with your 220/4.

Although I KNOW you are going to build one of these eventually. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :trink:
All I can see is that Wheel Horse as a Case tractor. Now I have something to brain storm while I am on the toliet.
 

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Wow! I especially like the one with the IH 582 tin, as I've always thought those were some of the nicest looking garden tractors ever built. That one has the pretty red tin PLUS it has Case drivetrain. What could be better? The one with the D series WH tin looks like it could drive through brick walls. The twin stacks add to the rugged appearance. Even the one with the cheapy Toro "tin" (or should I say plastic?) looks great, though I'da never thought so if I hadn't seen it myself. I'd like to see a "Ford" or "Massey" next. Please post any builds you do in the future.
John
 

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On the other forums, there has been a lot of discussion about building articulated tractors using two Case trans-axles. Bob has done several of these. Probably more than anyone else and that's one of the reasons why I was pleased when Bob agreed to join.

Another well-known articulated tractor is Little Bud that is dressed in Bolens clothing and was featured in LAGC months back.

Here's the link

http://tinyurl.com/27xtcmn
 

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Bart

That's a mighty fine looking Iggy. And is on the same level of perfection that Roberts tractors are. They kind of catch your eye at a show but not as much as some guys 1 cylinder onan 446 with front mounted Bush Wacker. :trink:

Thanks for Sharing

Stewart
 
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