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my first conversion a jd 3350 into a better jd 3350 i hope. first a bit of cutting up. cut off the old ertl hitch and some of the tractor up to the rivet. after removing the wheels by pulling off the front one's and knocking through the pin on the rears. then adapted a siku hitch to fit in the hole thats left. then cut the mud guards up by the cab, right along to the flat bit. then when still hot bend the metal flat, cut off to the right lenght by the cab pillar :) :). have painted some bigger wheels ,but may be a bit big ??? ???. next going to bath the baby. ;)

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Oh how I wish I had kept my loader version of this  :(

Made a nice heavy tractor look a little more refined with these modifications, bit more detailed now and better for it. Best post up a pic of both ya Deere's next to each other now mate  ;)

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now thats a nice little collection mate,as for the air filter,if you can't find anything let me know and i will see if i have any laying round i have a feeling i may have a jd 4020 air filter spare from my last jq bashing sessionthat or make you one up out of plastistrut

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