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New series IH 784 FLAT DECK CABBED version


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New for 2007 following in the tyre prints of the DB1390 update is

the latest prodject trying to scale down and convert ,cast etc a

IH 784 Luxury cabbed version like the one pictuerd below I might

do a loader for it as well will I sucseed ?? will it be IMs finest moment

on FTF or will i fail miserebly please read the next few posts these are my

plans  ;):D;D

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looking forward to this little feller making an appearance nigel :) :)

if the cab comes good with a resin cast , you maybe ougt to think about casting a floorpan that is compatible with the ford 5610 chassis ?

do you mean a flat deced version of the 5610 i mean a AP cabbed 5610 marcuss

if so yes it will also do the DB 996

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This will be ongoing through out early 2007 as i need rubber ,resin and i have to

purchase a certain IH 1255  xl kit from france also im saveing for spending money for florida

whitch i jet off to at the end of march so im going to need some overtime at work

to fund allot of this my ebay items i sold last month should pay for the 1255 kit after that its

money for rubber and resin & paint and front axels  ;):D;D

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Your not really going to cut up that john deere are you   >:( >:(>:( >:(>:( >:(>:( >:(>:( >:(>:(  :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(

If you do i hope you fail big time and nothing fits  >:( >:(

dont worry the deere im cutting up is way old and nothing like the condition of the

deere shown my god that one cost me enough and i hope I dont fail

[move]No healthy deeres will be hurt whilst doing this prodject  :D;D[/move]

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This model will be glazed aswell as the opu cab has the recess for the Glazing i will be putting

silver framed Glazing in like the IH picked at the top  ;)

as for the deere parts i might reduce the bonnet  purchase a SG2 cab and make a 2850 out of her a one off for my collection like the one I used to drive

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sounds gr8  :P :P good luck. :) :) :)

I will need it I reckon

As I keep saying this will do allot of tractors if all goes well I could suply the cab/floor-pans

to other convertors for tractors they want to do if they so wish  also this 784 im hoping to

put authentic 3 point hitch maybee NIGEL would sell me one or two  ;):D

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This model will be glazed aswell as the opu cab has the recess for the Glazing i will be putting

silver framed Glazing in like the IH picked at the top  ;)

as for the deere parts i might reduce the bonnet  purchase a SG2 cab and make a 2850 out of her a one off for my collection like the one I used to drive

i have one cut in 2 ready for rejoining for a 2140 at some point, just not got round to it as of the mo,

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OK havent done anything with the 784 yet

I was going to wait till i could cast the IH bonnet

then the JD floor-pan and cab

So I thought i would have a co at cutting anyway

Im working the next 4 nights but on my nights off

im planning to do the cutting and see what she might

look like (a mock up if you like)I dont expect it to look

anygood as im not chopping the pices up anymore

than i have to  so untill i can cast them i will have 4

pices to look at and access  I will post the chassis up

next week

until then please feel free to suggest the best cutting

techneques you would use to cut through Die Cast metal  ;) ;)

cheers nigel

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