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#16 txdieseldog OFFLINE  

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Posted January 29, 2015 - 12:15 PM

So it looks like this?

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I did a thread on a Ford blade some time back. Might be some info in there for you to gleam.

Except that one looks good compared to mine! lol  :D


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Posted January 29, 2015 - 12:27 PM

OK, we snaps several picks last night. Being this is in implements I took those too. Last night my photo bucket was having fits, so hopefully all will be good now.



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Posted January 29, 2015 - 12:56 PM

OK, here goes. You guys asked for it!!! :cowboy_shooter:

Starting out, this is my GT. Homelite Jacobsen. Brother to the Ford. Closed sides (well supposed to be anyway) they are still around. Has been re-powered once already, so no desire to restore, just re-condition for function.

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It will get its second re-power with this. It was a freeby!  :rocker:

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Now for my implements. I have a Brinly style mold plow, (not certain what brand it truly is. Has single non-detachable blade, I think), JD painted cultivator/mini chisel, (Texans tend to call em a chisel) notched disc harrow, my home-made box blade /scraper, (hoping to add an actuator to that soon for ease of adjustment) home-made driveway roller for my JD 3032E, (but the Jac will definately be able to pull it) and I threw in my home-made tree grubber cuz it was close to everything else. It is a leverage multiplier that I pull with my 9000lb winch in the receiver hitch welded to the box blade of the 3032. Chain around tree trunk, pulley block at tower, hook back to tractor, start pulling. Pulled out a 12 inch mesquite last summer. Just thought others could get an idea from it. Enjoy!! :thumbs: 

 

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Oh, I almost forgot cuz I didn't get a pic. But we all probably know what the Jac/Ford tiller looks like, got that. It was too far away for my lazy butt to go snap a pic. And this is a home-made sleeve hitch adapter to put on my pin hitch for my JD X320 LT to pull the cultivator or disc. I don't get too crazy with it. Just minor surface breaking.

 

Barry


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Posted January 29, 2015 - 12:59 PM

Sorry, forgot the pic for the adapter and sorry about any bad pics. As you can see, sun was trying to beat me again!!!

 

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And see, here's those side covers.

 

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Barry


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Posted January 29, 2015 - 01:11 PM

Thanks! Looks like that was originally a 16 HP tractor as it has what looks like the 5 gallon fuel tank. The 12 &14 HP had 3 gallon tanks! Is the tiller a shaft driven unit? Does the tractor have the PTO shaft running down the left side? Can't tell from the pics. But with that engine, it will be a challenge to get the rear PTO hooked up.

Nice batch of implements. I like the box scraper, you may have to get more pics of that!


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Posted January 29, 2015 - 04:51 PM

Thanks! Looks like that was originally a 16 HP tractor as it has what looks like the 5 gallon fuel tank. The 12 &14 HP had 3 gallon tanks! Is the tiller a shaft driven unit? Does the tractor have the PTO shaft running down the left side? Can't tell from the pics. But with that engine, it will be a challenge to get the rear PTO hooked up.

Nice batch of implements. I like the box scraper, you may have to get more pics of that!

I think it was a 16. I removed the PTO shaft when I re-powered the 1st time. It was an opposed twin Koehler. The cylinder was in the way. I need to return the box back to sleeve hitch or get a better set-up and will post plenty of pics then. I will hopefully get some anyway to show the scarifer teeth and that set-up. I'll keep ya informed.

 

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Posted January 29, 2015 - 04:56 PM

Gotcha, Barry. I thought I saw the PTO bracket on the back of the tractor, but wasn't sure! It will still be a challenge on getting that PTO shaft working with the V-twin.



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Posted January 29, 2015 - 05:01 PM

Sorry Kenny, noticed I did not answer all your questions. The tiller is Pto driven from that shaft. I plan to tap into the hydraulics and run it from a hydro motor. It gives me the capability of reverse and we have lots of mesquite roots and coliche (SP) rock all over this part of TX. Am thinking reverse to be a good feature. The tiller and plow came with it and box cultivator and all was acquired along the way. BTW, it does have the deck as well, it was leaning behind stuff didn't want to dig it out. I believe it to be the 54".


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Posted January 29, 2015 - 05:13 PM

Just remember the Ford manuals will work with the Jake.


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Posted January 29, 2015 - 10:55 PM

Just remember the Ford manuals will work with the Jake.

I've noticed that. That's where I started this whole thread to begin with. " Needed " those dozer blade measurements. I probably should try a center blade. It might be more efficient for my needs. 



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Posted January 29, 2015 - 11:05 PM

The tiller is Pto driven from that shaft. I plan to tap into the hydraulics and run it from a hydro motor.

 

 

 

Barry, you will need an axillary hydraulic pump to run the tiller as the Hydro pump in the rear-end doesn't make or move anywhere close to the volume of hydraulic fluid to drive a hydraulic motor. Sorry..


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Posted January 29, 2015 - 11:51 PM

I don't know what part of the United States you are from but I have a 42"  MTD plow blade that I have threatened to take to the scrap yard but hate to do so.  You are welcome to it.

Bill, thanks for the offer here, but TX be a little far. Will be at the folks in Cincinnati in March but probably still too far out of the way. Thanks again for the offer.

 

Barry 



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Posted January 30, 2015 - 05:58 AM

I have 2 Char-Lynn motors that I need to find a pump some where to run them.






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