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YEOMAN PROJECT UPDATE

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Well its on all four wheels , although I ran into some snags already looks like the tie rod from the Homesteader is about an inch too long. I don`t know if I`ll find one for the yoeman so I`m thinking about making one out of all-thread with 2 heim joints on the ends ? Also I need a fuel tank with an offset fill opening the homesteader is in the center. I just got access to a digital camera so as soon as I figure out how to post pictures I`ll send some!! By the way looks like I`m going to have some AC. Homesteader 8 parts toget rid of cheap !! This is the first vertical shaft tractor I`ve messed with so I`m not really sure how it all works. All my others are (FDT)horizontal shaft tractors:D JB.

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Any ol gas tank, a hacksaw and a bunjy cord and youll be ready for the shows John. Doug

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there just was a bunch of Yoeman parts on eBay I don't believe they sold you could do an advanced search on eBay for past items to find the seller and get in touch with him.

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