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Re: Made in my shed

Postby ShedBuddie » Sun Apr 28, 2019 8:34 am

Fergymal wrote:
ShedBuddie wrote:I'm now working on another one with tread on the tyres.

The original tyre cross pattern could provide you with a challenge. ;)
Mal

There's a post by Chris43 Myted20 ‹ Ferguson Discussion ‹ Fergie Gallery showing a fergie on a trailer, are you talking about those tyres, if so they would be a challenge.
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Re: Made in my shed

Postby Fergymal » Tue Apr 30, 2019 12:12 pm

ShedBuddie wrote:There's a post by Chris43 Myted20 ‹ Ferguson Discussion ‹ Fergie Gallery showing a fergie on a trailer, are you talking about those tyres, if so they would be a challenge.

Yea. They are the ones I was referring to. :lol:
1948 TEA 20 showpony
1955 TEA 20 for tractor treks
1956 TEC 20 showpony
1954 TED 20 farm tractor
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1957 FE35 Diesel under restoration for show
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Made in my shed

Postby ShedBuddie » Sun May 05, 2019 2:06 pm

Made another Little Fergie this one has lugs on the tyres, I think I could have added 2/3 more lugs I've spaced them out to much.
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Re: Made in my shed

Postby Jack » Sun May 05, 2019 7:05 pm

They are works of art - do you sell them?
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Re: Made in my shed

Postby ShedBuddie » Mon May 06, 2019 8:31 am

Jack wrote:They are works of art - do you sell them?

Hello Jack thanks for your comment I'm thinking of selling at what price I've no idea, a lot of hours goes into making them. Thanks again
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Re: Made in my shed

Postby pcp20us » Mon May 06, 2019 8:36 am

again, there great, and they have attitude
TED 20's everywhere
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Re: Made in my shed

Postby Grunt » Mon May 06, 2019 4:04 pm

They’re great. How do you make the mudguards, do you turn them and cut of the bits you don’t want, or carve them?
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Re: Made in my shed

Postby Fergymal » Tue May 07, 2019 6:40 am

ShedBuddie wrote:a lot of hours goes into making them.

Unfortunately that is true. My wife makes quilts and there is no way people are willing to pay for the time and effort you put into hand making items. :sad:
Good job
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Re: Made in my shed

Postby ShedBuddie » Tue May 07, 2019 7:47 am

Grunt wrote:They’re great. How do you make the mudguards, do you turn them and cut of the bits you don’t want, or carve them?


Thanks for your comments, The mudguards are made from 3/4" thick timber cut into three pieces (you can see this in the images) to make it easy to shape on a belt sander (I fix the belt sander on it side in some frame work and use the front curve part of the sander) when all three pieces are shaped they are glued together and given a final sanding.
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