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Build a Baker ◊ 2


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Old 03-22-2017, 08:13:23 PM
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Default Build a Baker ◊ 2

The only thing better than restoring a Baker is to do two of them.
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So,we had a bit of a learning experience, it seems that the bolt pattern on a Wisconsin D 2 (5 1/4 bore)engine is different than on a D 3 (5 1/2 bore). Unfortunately, I only have a D 3 head. Any one out there in Stakker Land have a spare. D 2 head on the shelf?
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While we figure out how to solve our piston dilemma, it seemed prudent to attack another challenge. This Baker came without the steering mechanism, but the parts tractor had the housing and crosspiece, but was missing the internal parts. Fortunately Baker 1 has a complete assembly,so we had some patterns to copy. This is a very unique steering actuator that I have not seen on any other tractor.
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While we figure out how to solve our piston dilemma, it seemed prudent to attack another challenge. This Baker came without the steering mechanism, but the parts tractor had the housing and crosspiece, but was missing the internal parts. Fortunately Baker 1 has a complete assembly,so we had some patterns to copy. This is a very unique steering actuator that I have not seen on any other tractor.
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A couple of updates in the Baker steering fabrication.
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A few updates of the Wisconsin Baker progress.The newly fabricated steering is complete. Great innovation and work by Rich VerBridge.
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I couldnít find my previous posts, so Iím starting a new one.The first head we were going to try flunked the magna flux test. The head shown had an ugly patch on it,so I ground it off and cut it back to solid material. Hopefully this one will check out. It needs seats and guides. Both heads that came with the tractor look like they were salvaged from the bottom of the sea. A pic. of the new inner bull gear covers, and bull gears from the parts tractor.
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You now have three Baker threads here, this one, https://www.smokstak.com/forum/showthread.php?t=162972 and https://www.smokstak.com/forum/showthread.php?t=167215

If these are all the same tractor how about I merge them into one thread so everyone knows where it is?.......
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Default Re: Baker Build

Super4 I'll show you the easy way to your thread forum back. Look at top right of smokstak page after you log on. Yours should comes up that says
Welcome, (Super4) is your id. Next click your id Super4 for next page. When you see it says Visitors messages, about me, statistic then click on statistic will get you there then click again that says Find all threads started by Super4. This will give you all threads you started. This is very nice to find thread forum you want to get back on same track. Hope this helps with your search
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Baker Tweaking is one project, the other posts can be merged to the second project. Thanks

---------- Post added at 08:29:56 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:27:21 PM ----------

Thanks, líll give it a shot.
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Fabricating, cleaning, painting parts. The bull gears from the parts tractor were used since the were in like new condition, this tractor must have done a lot of field work, based on the wear of the original gears. It was a challenge drilling the holes correctly, installing felt seals, and sealing the halves together.
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