Belarus tractor with Caterpillar v8
Hey folks, great you’re watching again! This is uncle Kees Uncle Kees is not my uncle But he’s Thijs his uncle, who’s behind the camera Mine, hello Uncle Kees has a lot of nice things I think so too, Annie doesn’t Look Seen that before Is that for the lawn? That’s for driving around with the grandchilderen put an extra seat in 320hp Mercedes engine.. that’s material But we’re here for that today It’s a 60hp Belarus, with a 200hp engine Caterpillar v8 What was in there original? 4 cylinder? Guess so And narrower tires I think Where did those tires come from? I think those have been scrapped more overhere I think we got such a harvester too Indeed.. That has been my preference for a long time.. Keeping and scrapping harvesters See, the holes didn’t exactly fit Center it on sight is good enough Converted those to slot holes it centered itself That’s adapted proffesional That’s not quite original Where did the engine come from? Three row New Holland corn harvester Why did I ask anyway? I could have known that.. out of a harvester of course Everything has been made out of harvesters here I’m making a mix of New Holland and Claas Claas airfilter I have a complete Claas powersteering to fit on there It’s not finished yet Not ‘Claas’ yet.. klaar But the big question is; does it run? and the 2nd big question is; what does this say? No idea Jumpstart Better than original Shifting seems an issue with that old gearbox Lucky enough it has enough torque I think you can start in any gear you like It rattles a bit It doesn’t disengages completely It got off the road I’m driving in 3th gear I can shift it into 4th, that’s better We enjoyed this demonstration! Yeah, me too! That’s clear So that’s a win win You come to less overhere Yeah, but you can come to us too, Kees Yeah.. but I need to bring all that scrap I need to rent a truck Scrap.. yeah the clutch is not very good but to call it scrap.. Is the clutch bad, or does it have too much power? That’s also possible I’m busy with it, the tires was the first step The clutch is next I’m busy with this guy who builds for tractorpulling custom friction discs and pressure plates But that costs around 5000 euro But all the rest I modify to it is all material which I already had but didn’t throw away, I don’t throw stuff away And that’s a good lesson to end this video today don’t throw too much away, otherwise you can’t build anything Throw nothing away! The best word is hoard! Hey folks! Thanks for watching, see you next time!