Lanse, Not a bad idea starting with a small pickup. Simply start with a truck and cut off everything that doesn’t look like a tractor. Lol For suggestions look for an old Nisan or Dotson U-haul some of them had dual rear wheels, or make extensions and add dual. I had a shop teacher back in the day, which built dual adapters out of short pieces of pipe with double bolt patterns on them. They worked pretty well. For low end add another transmission behind the first. My Uncle had an old Chevy with Two three speed transmissions in it; this gave you multiple ratios and speeds. Just watch out for double reverse, keep in mind you’ll still go forward. Personally I would keep the power steering maybe even use it to add hydraulics to the tractor, it won’t have a lot of power or speed but for a small cylinder like on a plow lift it will do fine. Have fun -red.green
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