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Wheel Horse RJ-58 Restoration

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8 hours ago, Anglo Traction said:

Looking good Ewan !. perhaps a piece of a fleece will go well on that cold iron seat :)


Thanks Richard, it would certainly make it more comfortable!


8 hours ago, Alan said:

Another top job Ewan :thumbs: The sheep looks well impressed.


Thanks Alan, the one in the photo was particularly keen, se was licking it before :D


Just now, Stormin said:

That's really smart, Ewan. A credit to all your hard work. :bow:


Thanks Norm! I'm happy with how much i've managed to achieve from a pile of scrap :)

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I was home from uni this weekend so I finished some last minute jobs ready for its first outing next month. I applied the rest of the decals and made a temporary belt guard out of some mesh, ill make a proper one when I have some more time. Had the tractor running for about an hour with no problems so hopefully we wont have any problems at Newby Hall.











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On 5/14/2018 at 7:58 PM, Stormin said:

Nice job with the guard, Ewan.


BTW. Some paint on the axle pivot nut wouldn't go amiss. ;)


thanks Norm! Haha, when you look closely the hubs and some other bits aren't even primed, and theres quite a few other bits that still need cleaning and painting :yankchain:


On 5/14/2018 at 9:30 PM, Alan said:

Looks good Ewan.  Like the green test area too. :thumbs:


Thanks Alan!

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