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Hey guys as requested by many of you, here are some pictures of my build, sorry it took so long for me to get posted.. I wanted to get some detail pictures of the finished product...



Here is what I started with, a tired but straight 1971 Case 444



First step, I lengthened the frame 19" A special thanks to a 1971 Case 220 for the extra frame



Here she is with new rubber and primed, starting to go back together.... just waiting on the bed!!



The bed has arrived!! sorry for the crappy picture.. :sidelaugh:



Here is the finished product.



View from the rear.



Here is the 14 hp Kohler, runs like a champ, I didn't have to do a thing to it, just re-wire, and tune up.



Here is the custom hitch that I made for the rear of the tractor.



View of the underside of the tractor... see something missing??? Yep, I removed all the hydraulic lift equipment... Thanks again to that 71 220 for the single spool valve.



Another shot of the rear end and custom range selector lever.



Here is a shot of my under seat gas tank set up. I used the original 444 steel tank and straps.

It was a fun project........ one that I am going to repeat next year with my dad... He has a 1973 446 that he wants to modify.. I guess he was jelious :thumbsup:
 

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dbeiter said:
Hey guys as requested by many of you, here are some pictures of my build, sorry it took so long for me to get posted.. I wanted to get some detail pictures of the finished product...
It was a fun project........ one that I am going to repeat next year with my dad... He has a 1973 446 that he wants to modify.. I guess he was jelious :thumbsup:
David: Beautiful job to be proud of. :trink: Paint job, mechanical s, tires, everything! Looks awesome! :thumbup: :222: :446: Best Regards, Rich
 

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Paul,
If you want to buy one, check our For Sale Bulletin Board. Steve Guider still has two of these in stock. Whether he orders another batch to be built is hard to say. But for $500.00, you can have the key part of this project in your hands and that certainly simplifies things considerably.
 

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Paul,
If you want to buy one, check our For Sale Bulletin Board. Steve Guider still has two of these in stock. Whether he orders another batch to be built is hard to say. But for $500.00, you can have the key part of this project in your hands and that certainly simplifies things considerably.
Id love to!! Ive thought of turning one of my small wheelers into one... Project list is WAYYYYYYY to long though!!!! so I need to pass on that idea.
 

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dbeiter said:
It was stamped into the sheetmetal by the guy that built the beds
It sure looks like a stamped logo,.I had to ask because in the pic you showed it in white primer,
I could'nt see any evedence of a stapming. Id like to own one of those dies,. Very nice orignal look.

kubotakid :usa2:
 
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