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    REVOLT tractors

    Here's my thread for all the Revolt tractor designs I make. These are all original designs, made by me.


    Here's the F-1925, part of the Revolt F-series, which was produced from 1963-1974. It features a water cooled 6 cylinder diesel, which produces 125 horsepower, and is hooked to a Dual range hydrostatic transmission. It puts out 94 horsepower at the drawbar and 106 at the PTO. It has a top speed of 19 MPH (full throttle, full forward on hydro, high range). Its equipped with 4WD.


    Second picture is the tractor in the prototype "White stripe" FA1925 color scheme.
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    1982 John deere 317, powered by Kohler Magnum 18
    1969 John deere 140 "One eyed Larry", powered by K241, H2 hydraulics
    1963 Burns B-60, Serial 1328

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    nice design's How many hours you got into making those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sublime68charger View Post
    nice design's How many hours you got into making those?
    I think only a couple. Took me a while to figure out the engine, but I got it done.
    1982 John deere 317, powered by Kohler Magnum 18
    1969 John deere 140 "One eyed Larry", powered by K241, H2 hydraulics
    1963 Burns B-60, Serial 1328

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    Just by the title alone I was expecting to see old tractors that have been repowered by Tesla electric vehicle type technology.
    Running:
    ‘73 140 H1, ‘75 214, ‘79 JD 317 Onan P218G, JD F935, 19xx Wheel Horse D250 550 Arc FEL ARPS Box blade

    Not Running:
    ‘69 JD 140 H3, ‘75 JD 300, ‘79 JD 317 Kohler KT17QS II, ‘83 JD 420, late ‘80’s JD 316, ‘90 JD 316,

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    2x 300 series 3PH, Johnson Workhorse 12, Gannon Earthcavator 32”, 2x JD 54” 4way blade, 2x JD 33 Tiller + 8" Extension, JD 38” Brass tag mower deck, JD 48” mower deck, JD #30 Hydro Tiller, Disks, Plow, ARPS Angling Backblade

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    Where were they made?
    I have never heard of them.

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    It's just a design by me.
    1982 John deere 317, powered by Kohler Magnum 18
    1969 John deere 140 "One eyed Larry", powered by K241, H2 hydraulics
    1963 Burns B-60, Serial 1328

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    Sorry, I was confused. I thought it was a manufactured tractor I have not heard of, when you said manufactured from 1963-1974.

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    I'm designing the FA tractors... 1951-1963. The one I'm designing now is the FA19, it's got a Stroker engine, Bore and Stroke are 6 inches and 9 inches respecitvely. It's a 12.5 liter inline 3, max operating RPM is 1000.
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    1982 John deere 317, powered by Kohler Magnum 18
    1969 John deere 140 "One eyed Larry", powered by K241, H2 hydraulics
    1963 Burns B-60, Serial 1328

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    Done with the FA19. Started making a Garden tractor, the LG-166.

    Revolt FA19
    Engine HP 5
    No. of Cylinders 3
    Bore X Stroke 6 x 9 Inches
    Maximum Operating RPM 850
    Dry Weight 5,167 Pounds
    Fuel Capacity 37.4 Gallons
    Top Speed 2 MPH (Gear 1) 5 MPH (Gear 2) 10 MPH (Gear 3) -2 MPH (Reverse)
    Maximum drawbar pull* 10,561 Pounds
    3 point hitch Category 1
    Rear PTO 540 RPM

    *Gear 1, 700 RPM with 5,000 lbs of ballast
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    1982 John deere 317, powered by Kohler Magnum 18
    1969 John deere 140 "One eyed Larry", powered by K241, H2 hydraulics
    1963 Burns B-60, Serial 1328

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    not that I know any better but due you want to have some more HP than just your 5HP that is posted?

    seems like that is alot of Iron to move and then pull to ask 5hp to get that all done though gearing can help alot with that.

    I may be way off this is just me typing out from the hip.

    my reference point is old 2 cylinder John Deere tractors.
    the A made 18HP drawbar weighed 3,700 pounds and only got up to 6.3 MPH

    any way great drawing and work non the less.

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