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My first JD 7810...


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Hi everyone.

In the last few weeks i've made myself a little conversion of the popular Jd 7810.

Things i've used:

1 ERTL 6410 (cab, rear fenders)

1 ERTL 7410 (bonnet)

1 Siku 6920 s

and the rear wheels from Siku 7530.

It stills need the final finish, such as headlights and maybe another front-linkage.

enjoy and don't forget the comment :-)

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Well it needs and explenation...

In "old" days Taarup and JF made a direct-disc-board-something for their silage cutter.

Sorry but the only image i've got is this..

And here in denmark, we sometimes use muck-spreaders to spread in the stack. it save some time in the stack but they cant carry that much.

Why not use the 7530 front wheels?

hmm maybe it will work... i've posted a pic of the one i've drowen a couple a times..

regards Kim

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Well it needs and explenation...

In "old" days Taarup and JF made a direct-disc-board-something for their silage cutter.

Sorry but the only image i've got is this..

And here in denmark, we sometimes use muck-spreaders to spread in the stack. it save some time in the stack but they cant carry that much.

hmm maybe it will work... i've posted a pic of the one i've drowen a couple a times..

regards Kim

very intersting pic nice to see how its done on some big farms ;)

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thank you for the comments. here's some more pictures.

One of the real thing and one of my model. there's some diffents, but the major one i think, is that the rear fender is higher on mine than the real one..

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