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#1 DaveBb OFFLINE  

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Posted December 15, 2015 - 07:48 PM

Well started on my new puller this week. I hope I have learnt a few things from my last build. I have had a few set backs so will be building this one with a cranked up D662 .Basically fuel system from a D905, turbo, and cam ground by vogel. 

  The drive train will be build to handle a 1105 I hope to have  maybe towards the end of next seasons pulling. Going from scratch this time with my own frame and sheet metal work.  I decided to offset the diff by 3/8 to reduce the drive shaft offset and get my engine closer to centre. I will add a 3/8 spacer behind one rim to keep the hitch dead centre.  I will be building it by the rules so I can pull in Sprinfield at some point.

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Posted December 15, 2015 - 11:08 PM

From what I understand with the kubota pumps are they are all the same in which they send the fuel. The only way to really increase the fuel would be to have your injection pump worked, injectors open up, and injection cam reground which im assuming you have? I have seen a few people try this experiment with using different pumps for vehicles but shaved them down but with no success but I could be proven wrong? I have never messed with offset so thats new to me. 


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Posted December 16, 2015 - 08:46 AM

I'm surprised and appreciative that you are willing to tell us what you are doing. Most builders act like their tractor is some national secret.


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Posted December 16, 2015 - 11:04 PM

When I changed my sheet metal from the cub1200 to the mini 1066 my first pull was a national event for it so of course it got all kinds of attention. Yes some people do keep them private so at the end its a big reveal. Others dont mind. Everyone is different.


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Posted December 17, 2015 - 09:03 PM

I will be posting every thing I do to this new puller. I enjoy building and sharing what I do. No secrets going on here lol.

 Mike the smaller engines like the 622 and 722 share the same pump housing as the 905 and 1105. The difference is the 5 series has larger plungers and the injector tips are larger. I had the chance to examine the pump parts at the Jacobsen dealer different part numbers and different sizes and outputs. 

 Mike will you be going to Springfield? I will be going with a couple friends looking forward to it. 


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Posted December 17, 2015 - 11:48 PM

I figured the housings were the same and so were the plungers. I have a d640 and figured they were the same size. As far as everything continues to go smooth sailing ill be there. Im still in the process of doing some visual upgrades with it. Also have another diesel project lined up but need to make room first.


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Posted December 18, 2015 - 09:15 PM

Did you put any caster into the front end?


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Posted December 20, 2015 - 12:30 PM

There is a slight caster not much.... Will this be a problem you think?



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Posted December 20, 2015 - 12:32 PM

Had another day in the shop and got the clutch arm installed and the steering box and linkage. I also had a chance to try out my new Metal Brake and it made short work of the seat box...

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Posted December 20, 2015 - 01:21 PM

I like this project, pretty cool!  What series of tractor are you going to put on it for sheet metal?



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Posted December 20, 2015 - 01:55 PM

with the rake on the chassis you want to have at least 2 deg back so it stays straight


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Posted December 21, 2015 - 03:39 PM

I got my first fender done today. Took some work to get it somewhat close to what I had in my head. The lower part will bolt to the foot rest. I added two runners inside of 1/4 by 2 to add some strength. I hope it resembles a D21 lol..I would have liked a larger radius for the bends but had problems with it.

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Posted December 21, 2015 - 11:49 PM

Welcome to the world of custom tractor building  :thumbs:


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Posted December 22, 2015 - 03:59 PM

Thanks Mike lol. So scrapped my first fender was not happy with it. I made two new fenders and seat box today. I angled the seat box to match the fender angle. When I make the seat pan the back will be the same angle to it looks smooth. The fenders and seat box so far weigh 9 lbs

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Posted December 24, 2015 - 09:32 AM

Nice work on the fenders. I really like the idea of having the fenders and the seat box "lines" match up.  I think it looks very good.   :thumbs: Can't wait to see more.  






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