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Ransomes turf Trac / steiner 4x4 utility tractor

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Hi all just a quick update after spending most of the day yesterday day fabricating engine mountings which was ok but not brilliant m my apprentice Sam found the original mounting brackets so I decided to remove the engine and fit these brackets so out came the engine and the new brackets went in !

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Hi

I just wanted to ask if this is the one with the electronic clutch for the front implements.

because I have one but it fell apart on the front I think there should be a spring somewhere but that has gone so if possible could you let me know what is on the front and if possible a photo please any help would be much appreciated.

P.s has any one heard of a company called K.T.Denison's in Suffolk and what they are like as I have been told that they lot of Ransomes parts.

Thanks

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Hi all progress has been very slow but now I'm getting on top of my jobs so I decided to get back on to the ransomes as I'm wanting it for snow ploughing duties this winter so I've got the new engine in and the radiator fasten in place and I've now started painting it ,

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Make the doors like series 1 Land Rover ones. Easy to remove and with sliding windows. :thumbs:

apprently the factory fitted ones are fabric similar to curtain siders on lorry so see pic I found on Google

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They certainly are a good machine, if the MG tractors had evolved after 1965 I think this is the machine that would have resulted. I am trying to track down a rear three point linkage for mine and possibly a loader. A snow blower would be good.

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They certainly are a good machine, if the MG tractors had evolved after 1965 I think this is the machine that would have resulted. I am trying to track down a rear three point linkage for mine and possibly a loader. A snow blower would be good.

I nearly bought another last week it was on the bay I was out bid last minute I've ordered the new tyres which should be here next week looking forward to building the snow plough !

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