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french Carryall

Postby yaume » Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:16 pm

Hi,

good ideas are good all around the world. That's Why I've imported the carry all concept to France! :mrgreen:
Some scrap iron, some wooden boards, and here we go!
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this way, I can put some load on the rear axle, and less stress on the front one. stering is way much easier. :big afro:

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by the way, it a cool way to bring trashes to the recycling bin
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and here is a simple way to avoid load fall off the road.
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even better !it tightens as the platform lifts :-:-):

Well I know, it's the 1000th carry all that's posted here... nothing new.
but it's the first hooked to a french loader cub! :big yuk:

thanks to all.
what makes my cub very rare is that it's the only one I've ever owned.

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Re: french Carryall

Postby Peter Person » Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:28 pm

Tres bien mon ami.

...that's what six years of French in 7th thru 12th grade got me!

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Re: french Carryall

Postby Bob Perry » Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:29 pm

Very nice. And I was curious about the loader bucket... what was it designed for?
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Re: french Carryall

Postby yaume » Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:56 pm

Bob ,

here is the story of the loader.
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the front grapple is designed to pick up horse manure. which is a pain with a simple bucket.
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Re: french Carryall

Postby Rudi » Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:01 pm

Yaume:

Bonjour mon ami, votre projet est merveilleux :!: (Good day my friend, your project is marvelous) ...

Again another great idea from our French cousins... I like your adaptation of the carry all. I am still in awe of your custom built 1000 style loader. That has always blown me away. You do good fabrication work.

Hope all is well with you and yours.
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Re: french Carryall

Postby Bob McCarty » Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:10 pm

Yaume, Another very nice fabrication. I don't know if you collect model tractors or not, but I just heard that Universal Hobbies will be coming out with a 1/16th scale Cub. Don't know if it will be the French or American version, but I'm sure either one will be special.

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Re: french Carryall

Postby Eugene » Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:25 pm

Impressed. Great grocery toter.
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Re: french Carryall

Postby thebigron » Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:23 pm

Nice job , it's always nice to make something useful out of nothing. My question would be: It looks too official not to be just a tag with numbers, so what is up with the orange or yellow tag? Is it required for your tractor?

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Re: french Carryall

Postby Rudi » Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:27 pm

In Europe all tractors require a license plate/registration and lights.
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Re: french Carryall

Postby Eugene » Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:31 pm

thebigron wrote: so what is up with the orange or yellow tag? Is it required for your tractor?
License plate. Most European countries require a farm tractor operated on public roads to be licensed.

Spent about 8 years living in Europe. Saw farm tractors on public roads hauling all sorts of stuff. Frequently used like folks in the USA would use their pickups.
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Re: french Carryall

Postby Hengy » Tue Sep 25, 2012 10:33 am

What is that monster shiv (pulley) used to run?

Really nice fabrication, Yaume!

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Re: french Carryall

Postby Rudi » Tue Sep 25, 2012 11:19 am

Yaume:

Yeah, I noticed that sheave too. What do you use the sheave for? Looks like a 3 belt sheave.
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Re: french Carryall

Postby yaume » Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:25 am

Rudi, Mike,

the puley is what remains of the "home made" sickle mower that I'd try to adapt from a derring horse drawn one. The result whas not very satisfieing so i've bolted it off somme years ago.

the pulley is not a 3 belts but a 2 belts one (fropm the scrap yard), mounted on the standard PTO output shaft that the previous owner welded on a cub sickle pulley. (guess he thought is was a brillant idea, until he realized that it turned the wrong way and speed...).
The diameter is a little larger than the standard sickle pulley, to get faster sickle movement. was not a succes either!

that's the story off this sheave that i've never pulled off since.

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