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Old 07-21-2019, 05:39:40 AM
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Default Pakistan / Indian Videos

Anyone been watching these youtube videos


https://youtu.be/kGn1UxoOezk

Ruston Hornsby clones.
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Not until now..
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Photo Re: Pakistan / indian videos

This one is a 26 H.P. shown at the Illiana show Rainsville Indiana.. Their show is this weekend so it is probably running right now? Jeff Daulpin and David Hobbs are operators..



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Crazy to think stuff we consider vintage gear retired from active duty is still an everyday livelihood in many other parts of the world.
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Default Re: Pakistan / indian videos

Love the attention to the OH&S there with open safety boots and loose shirts and then flicking on the flat belt.
No matter though, it looks and works well. Makes you wonder what it was driving now.
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Love the attention to the OH&S there with open safety boots and loose shirts and then flicking on the flat belt.
No matter though, it looks and works well. Makes you wonder what it was driving now.
I like the bloke who's about to trip over the safety barrier in Fred's video. Don't smile son.......he is trying hard not to smile isn't he.
It seems the Indians can see a good but outdated design and go from there. Look at the old Austins everywhere over there.
I wonder if an engine person could tell the difference between an English Ruston and an Indian Ruston if all badging was removed?

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Default Re: Pakistan / Indian Videos

I had a laugh at this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlNG41uG1MY
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Default Re: Pakistan / Indian Videos

This one a good but its not an engine. Remember there was a discussion about those chain lift pumps.

https://youtu.be/ZQohXeH_-3g
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Crazy to think stuff we consider vintage gear retired from active duty is still an everyday livelihood in many other parts of the world.
1940s US Jeep troop carriers come to mind,still commonly in use as taxi's in Metro Manila.Then there's the Royal Enfield bikes the India has kept on producing.
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Yep, sure have.
Apna Village (a younger fella and his boy) has also put out some interesting videos concerning irrigation.
Hahaha! That little boy in Cockie's post sure know those engines!
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Default Re: Pakistan / Indian Videos

about 10 years ago a friend came back from visit to India and showed me 2 photos of one of these getting along, maybe even the same one, but i thought it looked a bit bigger
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSCvWzwm8S0
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Saw an Indian video on the recovery of a tractor from a deep muddy bog by using yet another tractor. End result was he got it out by backing up and going forward flat out. Only problem was that left half of the bogged tractor in the mud. He managed to split it in half at the bellhousing.
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