meadowfield

5th UK wheel horse round up

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Thanks for sharing your :text-coolphotos:  ! Looks like you had a good showing of :wh:Horses . 

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:woohoo:                   I always love to see the :wh: works of art you have in England, true craftsmanship.                   :text-coolphotos:

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Was that Cub Cadet a 100 or a 70?

 

It's neat seeing the various vehicles, trucks,etc., over there that we don't get to see here in the US.

 

Thanks for sharing the pictures.  They were great.

 

 

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14 hours ago, T-Mo said:

Was that Cub Cadet a 100 or a 70?

 

 

 

Yes it's my son Ewan's cc70, pretty rare here. Unfortunately he turned to the yellow side 18 months ago...

 

 

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3 hours ago, meadowfield said:

 

Yes it's my son Ewan's cc70, pretty rare here. Unfortunately he turned to the yellow side 18 months ago...

 

 

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Nothing wrong with turning to the yellow side, but the CCs are a bit more complicated.  That 70 is sweet, btw.  Great looking tractor.

 

The 70 and 100 have that look about them, and they replaced the Cub Cadet Original and "fixed" the short comings the Original had, mainly eliminating the belt and drive pulley in the drive train and going to a full drive shaft configuration.  IH did this by flipping over the frame allowing the engine to sit lower therefore aligning it with the transmission.  The Original had the frame like the Wheel Horses did, with the angle down therefore the engine sat on top of the frame.  This meant the engine was too high to be inline with the transmission, so IH dropped a belt down to a pulley and attached the pulley to the driveshaft.  The 70 and 100 had the frame flipped up so the engine sat in between the angle iron lowering the engine inline to the transmission.

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@meadowfield I a bit late with a comment , thanks so much for sharing pictures . I really like the :wh: crawler. You chaps like to engineer so great and unusual tractors. 

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Hope to make the show next year 

nice pics Mark

 

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Very proper show, thanks for sharing the pics.

 

Glenn

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It will be our 4th Newby Hall next year, just to keep Mark happy I will take some Wheelhorses this time !!   :D

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14 hours ago, paulmackellow said:

Allan will :D

 

 

damn rumbled!

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ID: 14   Posted (edited)

Unless you don't want them of course, in that case I'll bring some yellow and white tractors to keep Ewans company :D

 

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I'll be taking one red, one black and Chris is delivering the silver one. :D

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38 minutes ago, Stormin said:

I'll be taking one red, one black and Chris is delivering the silver one. :D

That's good of him, :bow-blue:

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So that's a Roper, Cub Cadet and Westwood going to Yorkshire then Chris ??  :D :techie-hiding:

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I didn't see anything that I didn't want!  And some I want a lot!  Awesome MODs!

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