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Peter B

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Started this yesterday
I reduced the size to 75% as i had 3" wheels on hand for the rear and 2-1/4" for the front.
Lowered the side grill for a bigger hood and as i was going to paint the tractor i didn't cut out the grille
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Amother good one Peter....
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peter b better work of the other but how do you make them in such a short time and always so precise in cutting and polishing? you can let me know what equipment do you have? all this only with a scroll saw? or what? still compliments
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Jagger,
I have a scroll saw, bandsaw, orbital sander and disc/belt sander combo.
The plans are printed on A4 label paper and applied to the timber using clear packing tape.
 
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Don't believe him--he has a shop full of Elves and pays them with candy and cookies! Thats how he gets so many toys built!   HO-HO-HO!
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[rofl]
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Ahah ahah
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