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Rusty shackleford

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  1. There are factory once and home made ones out there, I have not figured out this one yet if it's original or not. I know the wheel is from a steam or hit and miss tractor. I'm guessing it's a company that made it and would use the parts they could find cause I seen others that look very close to this one
  2. It will be belted up to this engine
  3. I have a McCormick 15 30 tractor but mostly will be on the 7hp majestic engine
  4. Shame it was scraped, I bought this for display and just to let it spin without actually cutting wood, alot of people would have like to buy that just to do that.
  5. It will be for a display , you belt it up let it spin and teach people how things use to be, I don't even have a wood stove. Just a bonfire once and a while
  6. Found and bought this flywheel wood splitter to belt up to the 7hp majestic hit and miss engine. There's a reason every once and a while ya see an old timer missing an arm or hand, maybe some fingers
  7. The swinger wasn't what made them the hot model , it was the dodge skat pack option that had all the goodies, the skat pack came with dual exhaust, 340 4speed a833 , high impact colors , heavy duty suspension, rally dash, and I think a few other things, oh also the polyglas gt tires
  8. Picked this up at le sueur and it got me and zeke worked up on wanting to build somthing nicer
  9. I am planning on building a home made tractor using a hit and miss engine. I have a screen tank cooler from a famous , a 5hp hercules, and was thinking of putting a pulley on a clutch of a pickup transmission, then a sprocket on the other side and having the transmission sideways, this way I would have 4 speeds and reverse, then use a hydraulic clutch hooked up to a hand lever. Some pics of what I have in mind and what I have. Please post pics of ones you might have
  10. This is awsome. Prepare yourself for the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets , and feeling incredible amounts of peace and joy. Now start getting your garden stuff ready.
  11. It was awsome seeing the red power guys, even though it felt like we were at a mud bogg pit
  12. I spent to much even tho I got everything for a good deal, zeke always wanted a mini hit miss tractor, so lots of work willbe done to that, steel wheels, canopy and what not.
  13. Oh you shoulda stopped me, at swap meets I always look like I'm on a mission haha.
  14. I will be there tomorrow, if anyone finds an associated or united hit and miss engine save it for me
  15. A rubber band can make a full auto haha, will need to do that with video, works on the ar15s
  16. Zeke found these axis sheds in texas
  17. Well a buddy of mine sent a text saying his buddy needs to raise money for a back sergury. Sent me a pic of the 1927a1 Thomson, I always wanted one. So I jumped on the deal. For a little gun it sure is heavy, I understand why they shot them from the hip. Zeke loves shooting it.
  18. Had a great time, no axis , seem some but the full grown ones were moving fast at 300 yards and the one that came close was very young and soft horned , but we got some black buck antelopes and that made zeke plenty happy . Seen alot of axis on the ride home also. Couldn't have had a more perfect week.
  19. Texas is better at restaurants than mn, going on our first hunt this afternoon
  20. They are from India and were introduced into the u.s. in the 1930s in texas and Hawaii, they shed there antlers at different times of the year and at all times there will be rutting hard horned bucks in a herd so the population is growing alot faster than whitetails and they also are less affected by desiese than whitetails so they are able to be hunted all year with no limit
  21. Everyone one in texas hunts over feeders there are at least 3 to 4 stores per town that sells blinds and feeders. I will be doing some spot and stalks with my bow and only will use the rifle if it's getting close to the end of the hunt
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