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Re: The 5234D "Mechanics Special" Rebuild

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I hope you made the dif healthy .
boy what a thing to have happen with all the work you did to it.
Jumping anything having to do with gears has to be unhealthy.

All purdeed up now to !

The three point is a real nice addition.


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I hope the shims helped. Disconcerting when you hear clunking noises from something you just assembled. I haven't had a chance to test if the issue is solved yet.

The 3 point will be great for a weight rack. I don't have any implements yet.
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Very cool! I like the front tires you put on it. I would also like to see V61's up there
I matched the one tire that was already replaced on the front. I'm still debating final tire choices since it is 4WD

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Re: The 5234D "Mechanics Special" Rebuild

Got the cruise kit installed. Basically it's a switch, an electromagnet, and a bracket. All the wiring is there, just plug the parts in and mount the bracket into existing holes.



Made some brackets for the rear lights. I didn't want to mess with the integrity of the ROPS, so these brackets mount with the same bolts that hold the ROPS.





Did some work around the shop with the tractor. Relocated a Deere carcass and got some engines out of the shop and into storage.




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Re: The 5234D "Mechanics Special" Rebuild

I didn't see the weight bracket ,
but it must be there judging by the engine lift picture.

Glad to see you working your new tractor.




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