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    I made one little tractor. And then one more ...

    Hey.

    I don't know if my stuff is suitable for showing here. However, on a friend's suggestion I share a few links ...

    My Youtub channel where I've collected some videos of my builds.

    Sorry for polluting the forum!

    Greetings from Estonia!

    https://www.youtube.com/user/kahepai..._as=subscriber








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    Welcome to HomemadeTools.net

    We'll get your builds added to our homemade tools database and credited to your username. You can add a link to your YouTube channel in your forum signature, so you'll get more subscribers to your channel.

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    Just what your doing with hydraulics is amazing. I’d love to know what you’re using for components? Axels, engines, transmissions, etc... Your projects must be expensive to build all that steel and mechanicals done come cheap here in the USA. I’d love to do a tractor build like yours but the price would be way out of range for me.

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    GabrielR, I’m with Radioman; your work is awesome! Stay with it, and you will get those rocks!
    (Or, you could do like my Dad did and have kids to pick up rocks!)

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    hi Radioman.
    Thank you for the good words. This little tractor(this black in the first videos) cost me about $ 3,000 to $ 1500 was the engine. Briggs V2 18 hpThe drawings I made myself. Laser cutting is done by a friend. True, material had to be paid for. $ 500. The rear axle is the old Soviet 2-wheel tractor MTZ 05 . 4 gears forward, 2 back PTO, diff lock. Reduction shaft. Super small robust soviet steel. Hydraulics I bought a Polish weeb shop. good and cheap.


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    The other tractor was a little more expensive. About 7000USD. I built this for 8 months. In the near future, I would like to rebuild it. But she works well. The body of the is 10mm steel. Strong as a tank.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    You can add a link to your YouTube channel in your forum signature,
    Jon,

    Maybe this is a dumb question but how do change your signature? There is the edit icon (a pencil) alongside all of one's data except for one's signature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyfoale View Post
    Jon,

    Maybe this is a dumb question but how do change your signature? There is the edit icon (a pencil) alongside all of one's data except for one's signature.
    (If you are in the mobile style, click "Full Site" at the center-bottom of the screen.)

    1. Click "Settings" in the upper right corner of the screen.
    2. Click "Edit Signature" in the lower left "My Settings" column.

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    Thanks GabrielR! We've added your Tractor and Soil Scraper to our Farm and Garden category,
    as well as to your builder page: GabrielR's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Thanks GabrielR! We've added your Compost Screener to our Farm and Garden category,
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