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jrpeake 182715 171 Super 90's either
Super 90's
super 90's in tandem
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I read that at one time one could order a Chamberlain
without front axle so they could be hooked in tandem. I
assume most of these were in Western Australia.
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this tandem shown is the "rolls royce" of tandems they have
piggy back ones[ you sit on the front tractor to steer]also
one where all the wheels remain on both tractors however
they are all about 30 years old,i don't think you could join
the modern tractors up the way we did in the past,still it
was cheap HP until you could afford a new 4WD.
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is it a Doe?:-[
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the hitch was probably made by a local engineering co.here
in western australia the farmer made all of the hydaulics to
run the steering,throttle,clutch etc.the fuel tank is
homemade[200litre drum] i don't tkink any engineering co.
would have anything to do with that. cheers!!
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moorlands,

Do you have photos of the conection of the tractors?

Greetings.
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here is a photo of the hitch it bolts onto lugs welded on
the frame as well as using the original drawbar attachment
points on the front tractor. cheers!
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to have two tractors in tandem was a way to say the farmer has a bit of money .super 70,s were more common to be in tandem .chamberlain tractor did manufacture a tandem hitch for the tractors in the 1960's and 70,s it was common to also see other models of chamberlain tractors in tandem hitch.my favourites are the super 70/90 in tandem with duals ^:)^ :-)
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