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Forum: Farm Tractors and Implements 08-22-2022, 03:32 PM
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Posted By ddmckee54
Re: Cockshutt 70 tractor (1935-48)

That Cockshutt must have one HELLUVA exhaust leak. Every time I forgot to take the can off the muffler of a tractor, it got blown off when the engine fired up.

Don
Forum: Farm Tractors and Implements 07-23-2021, 04:17 PM
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Posted By ddmckee54
Re: Cockshutt 70 tractor (1935-48)

Yup, no rocket science to it at all. They're just a place to park your butt and your feet. All you need is a basic frame to keep the butt, foot and back boards from sliding around on the wagon...
Forum: Farm Tractors and Implements 07-22-2021, 01:24 AM
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Posted By ddmckee54
Re: Cockshutt 70 tractor (1935-48)

Most of the ones I've seen at fairs have been similar - but different. The ones I've seen have usually been on a converted wagon chassis with back to back bench seats and a foot rest that was a few...
Forum: Farm Tractors and Implements 08-19-2020, 03:45 PM
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Posted By ddmckee54
Re: Cockshutt 70 tractor (1935-48)

You can always use the trick that RC Tractor Guy on YouTube uses for some of his 1:32 scale RC tractor builds. Stash a larger battery pack for the tractor in the implement the tractor is towing. ...
Forum: Farm Tractors and Implements 08-17-2020, 04:53 PM
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Posted By ddmckee54
Re: Cockshutt 70 tractor (1935-48)

JBWeld will have plenty of strength for that.

Just be sure to roughen things up a bit to give it a little tooth to grab onto, and be sure you de-grease things before you try gluing them together....
Forum: Farm Tractors and Implements 08-14-2020, 06:07 PM
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Posted By ddmckee54
Re: Cockshutt 70 tractor (1935-48)

We're recovering from storm damage around here and this is the third time I've typed this, lost it before I could get it posted both of the other times.

The narrow front end was what my Dad...
Forum: Farm Tractors and Implements 08-13-2020, 06:14 PM
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Posted By ddmckee54
Re: Cockshutt 70 tractor (1935-48)

50 years ago when I was a farm kid, one of our neighbors was fond of Cockshuts and Minneapolis Molines. I don't remember them having a 3 point hitch, just the drawbar. Hydraulics were still a "new"...
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