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My new project a 4240S hope you like it. The tyres are from the UH Deutz TTV, rear rims from the 7020 with the outerhalf of the TTV rim in it because the 7020 rim is a bit too small. On the front I have Claas Celtis en the same story with the ring in the rims.

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My new project a 4240S hope you like it. The tyres are from the UH Deutz TTV, rear rims from the 7020 with the outerhalf of the TTV rim in it because the 7020 rim is a bit too small. On the front I have Claas Celtis en the same story with the ring in the rims.

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looks great, what wheels have you used/how did you make them?

::) ben get him  ::) ::)::):D;)

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Djee, didn't know you English could have so much fun ;D

Thanks for the comments! @Deere-est, no problem; if you bring a big bag filled with cash with you ;D

@Britainsfan, thanks! Is it correct I saw some of you tractors on Ebay today?

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liking that one mate, is the rear hitch a pma one?? if so can you still order them ok, as he doesnt seem to reply to any of my orders now, so have given up

Yeah it's a PMA one, but I don't know about ordering now i've got them for a while. I guess he's restocking.

@Britainsfan, why did you sell them?

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Your right Ziko. . . Now I see it. . . But now I want you to post it to me even more :D Even though it isn't quite finished it looks amazing!! FTF missed out on a great Members Model :'(

have to agree with you there ;) ;) ;), that is one fine beastie

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