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1934 International C1 11 Jun 2019 16:39 #200969

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Nice work, it's looking good.
Those tail gate locks are brilliant as are your square nuts. I made some of them for my tractor a while back but you have made a better job than I did.
Cheers Cobba & Cobbarette

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1934 International C1 12 Jun 2019 10:13 #200978

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I "lurve" the curve in the tailgate, it takes away the plain flat panel look and I love the hinges as well. I might have to do something similar for my 1939 Morris 14 horsepower Ute when I do the body, although the panels either side of where the tailgate should be appear to be straight, not curved.
I have my shoulder to the wheel,
my nose to the grindstone,
I've put my best foot forward,
I've put my back into it,
I'm gritting my teeth,

Now I find I can't do any work in this position!
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1934 International C1 22 Jun 2019 18:19 #201259

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Got the king pins done now, turned up a mandrel for installing the bushes. Love making stuff on the lathe. B)


I'd rather have tools that I don't need, than not have the tools I do need.
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1934 International C1 23 Jun 2019 20:22 #201315

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Southbound wrote: Got the king pins done now, turned up a mandrel for installing the bushes. Love making stuff on the lathe. B)


Yep, love getting on the swarf - o - mat! Tried using end mills last weekend to open out the holes on sawbench pillow bearings for the swarf - o - mat MkII (my lathe's a little Chinese lathe mill drill) Good fun. MkII is an antique line shaft powered lathe I'm converting to electric power. Really testing my meagre ingenuity.

Jarrod.
My wife said I never listen to her..., or something like that....
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1934 International C1 23 Aug 2019 17:28 #202598

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Still ticking off the jobs, I've been through the steering boxes and made one out of two. Also re raced the gearbox. Just a simple 3 speed box with a huge input shaft.
I'd rather have tools that I don't need, than not have the tools I do need.
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1934 International C1 23 Aug 2019 18:48 #202603

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gearbox is in good nick for a straight crash box........owned by a farmer who drove everywhere in top,and just slipped the clutch a bit.

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