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baldwin racing

09-16-2013 16:01:42

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text me 315-705-5735
I built this is for my pullen m....
pic 1 its just sitting on my neighbors m
pic 2 its all complete other than paint


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international guy 7110

09-17-2013 18:33:38

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 Re: FRT WT FOR FARMALL M in reply to baldwin racing, 09-16-2013 16:01:42  
How did you make the FARMALL cut out of the angle iron??? Looks really neat and professional!

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baldwin racing

09-18-2013 00:59:50

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 Re: FRT WT FOR FARMALL M in reply to international guy 7110, 09-17-2013 18:33:38  

one of my best friend cut it on a lazar cnc table....I gave him all the measurements and he cut everything out for me on his own time after work...its all 1/4 steel and is all flat plate.....I welded the braces in my self, not angle I use big 90 magnet hold it I tig the top plate (Farmall)and bottom brace in which now has 7/8 holes in it every 2 inches to help lighten it up (can not see in pic)and everything elese is mig welded...
thanks Kelly
here a pic of the braces when cut out....I bored the 7/8 holes in the bottom plate my self...

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baldwin racing

09-18-2013 01:05:54

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 Re: FRT WT FOR FARMALL M in reply to baldwin racing, 09-18-2013 00:59:50  
I will be also putting on a 3.5 gal moon tank and a bat box on it as well..

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