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TT, and Hobie, ya both done good!

And I agree with Doc- Hobie looked like he was right at home on that puller! :banghead::USA:

Kevin

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TT, and Hobie, ya both done good!

And I agree with Doc- Hobie looked like he was right at home on that puller! :banghead::USA:

Kevin

Hobie my Wheel Horse buddy you did Great to pull with your ELECTRO 12 . Ben :thumbs: :omg:

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I was feeling a little ill this morning so I let Hobie take the controls. I was extremely proud and quite thrilled when the Raider went cruising right on by me near the halfway point of the track. :horseplay: Good job, son! :omg:

Now THAT part is PRICELESS!!!!!!!! :USA::banghead:

Wild Bill in Richmond, Va.

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thanks for the vid...looks good guys :banghead:

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To cool looks like fun, good job Hobie, and TT on the low buck build.

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TT Hobie

Glad you had a good hook. Didn't think the old tucky was that good! :banghead:

Duane

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Nice job guys and that looks like fun.If I had a horse that pulled like that I'd reward it with a paint job. :banghead:

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TT, Hobie

Glad you had a good hook. Didn't think the old tucky was that good! :omg:

Duane

Purely amazing, Duane..... that's all I have to say about it! :banghead:

I bet you never thought you'd see the old feller out there hooked to a sled though, did ya? :lol: A little more tinkering and it might be quite an impressive machine.

Thanks for all of the compliments, guys! And one more special :USA: to my driver/son Nick! :horseplay:

Now -- about that paint job.......

What do you think about flat black? :thumbs:

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Now -- about that paint job.......

What do you think about flat black? :USA:

Ooohhh! Good evil color!

Duff :banghead:

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TT as always a very awsome looking machine and i hope it becomes a true pulling beast under your skilled hands. and flat black is always wicked awsome.

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you could paint it black and the both of you wear black and name your tractor MEN IN BLACK, dang im good... yea i know i gotta get out more

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That was superb TT...!

Thats given me inspiration to stick my 10HP Tech' engine in my engineless Commando 800.

One question, how do you get narrow spindles for the narrower front wheels? Do you cut the originals down?

Keep up the good work, its a great inspiration.

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One question, how do you get narrow spindles for the narrower front wheels? Do you cut the originals down?

You got it :scratchead: ..... I either cut the ends off and cross-drill them for cotter pins, or you could also use a locking shaft collar like is found on the upper steering shaft.

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What are you using for a hitch?

R10luckytucky008.jpg

If you look close enough, you'll see an original drawbar hitch that's been cut off at the back of the "U". Two pieces of

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