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1905 Drill Press, Belt Driven.
Purchased for $450 this antique - Made in the USA - Drill Press drilled our plates for the 1st few years until the gears gave way on top. Our long time employee, Carlton, was the main power behind this workhorse.
This 1956 South Bend Lathe was Purchased for $450 also.
Once we got her hooked up in 2004, our good friend Walter Voohries has had to fix the gears twice. The last time he fabricated custom made laser cut gears. They won't go out again - she will run forever now! Also Belt Driven.
1946 Drill Press was given by Walter Voorhies and has been drilling since the 1905 press went down. It is really cool to have a piece of machinery that has been running since the end of World War II.
Custom Tire Machine by Malcolm & Cherry.
This baby was built in 2004 to handle the 520 pound tire and rim we were selling from the military. We have not made any adjustments to the main parts since we designed it in 2004. It has probably done over 2000 tires to date.
I must say we had a little Divine Engineering going on as most every idea worked the 1st or 2nd try.
Cherry's Trailer. Malcolm's Winch & Lift.
Cherry built the trailer. I put the Ford F250 Hubs and 34x10.5x16 tires on her. The Bud Axle idea came to me one day when I was trying to come up with a way to make it indestructible for Poochie. The Bud Axle Pivot turns 360 and can lift 1250 lbs. Trailer can haul 8 - 16R20 Tires on the trailer. Hauls 4000 lbs with ease.