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Old 04-03-2021, 05:29 PM
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I have seen people ask “will 26x12x12 fit on my tractor?”. The answer is you will probably need to add a spacer under the fenders. Silly me....thinking that sounds easy! Here are pics of my 1864. I have not done anything with the tunnel cover. I think I will look for a used one to replace my cracked one and then make spacers. Under the fenders I used 1 1/4” tubing because I had some. 1” may have worked fine. For The rubber foot pads , I drilled holes 1 1/4” lower and that was too low, half way between the old and new holes was much better.
Just trying to say it was more work than I expected
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Old 04-03-2021, 05:36 PM
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Nice and Beasty looking. "brass monkey, that funky.." sorry a tune popped into my head. Looks great man.
Now you need a match for the fronts.
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Nice and Beasty looking. "brass monkey, that funky.." sorry a tune popped into my head. Looks great man.
Now you need a match for the fronts.
You are showing your age, ha ha. I cannot say anything, I have the 45 of that song.
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You are showing your age, ha ha. I cannot say anything, I have the 45 of that song.
I hear you Diesel. I don't have all their discs, but I got a good bit of em.

I can hear it now... "Mom/Dad what's a 45?"
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I hear you Diesel. I don't have all their discs, but I got a good bit of em.

I can hear it now... "Mom/Dad what's a 45?"
"...and what's the yellow plastic thingie in the center??"
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"...and what's the yellow plastic thingie in the center??"
In another 10 or so... "Mom?Dad what's a CD?"
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Just a quick update, I had my daughter use this tractor to roll the lawn. She does not like the modifications as she says, it’s set too high.
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