This unit was at our club show and it's like what I have wanted to make for ages! This one was made from 2 allis wc rear ends and has an English Ford 6-cylinder engine. I wasn't able to get pictures of the complete center hinge joint, or what they used for the drop box to connect the axles together. The frames looked like old truck frames cut off and fit where needed. Whoever made id did a pro-job on it!
Last edited by sonny; 09/02/201909:23 AM.
"A machine you build yourself is a vote for a different way of life. There are things you have to earn with your hands."
a lot of clearance under that tractor..kinda more like a log skidder than a tractor.Full cab nonetheless..probably has a plow mounted for winter time operations..godzilla level torque with that 6cylinder diesel engine too!
I am currently lowering an Allis B tractor by building a beam (straight) front axle and rotating the rear end differentials 90 degrees. Both Allis and David Brown tractors had offset differentials on the rear axle that you could rotate to change the clearance under the tractor.
Foolster you need to start a thread on it so we can watch your progress. This site is made for builds like that. Let me know if you need help and I'll help you start a thread and show you how to post pics. You can send me a PM or reply here if you need help with anything. oh also good to have you