The Oggun tractor

Discussion in 'Company Reviews' started by Flight1630, Aug 23, 2017.

  1. Flight1630

    Flight1630 Junior Member

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    I get a magazine called "The New Pioneer". So fare the latest is issue 226. On page 112 is an article about the OGGUN Tractor. http://thinkoggun.com/history it's a small farm tractor based on the old Allice Chalmer G tractor. I have no affiliation with this company at all but I thought I would share this with you.

    I really like the idea of it being made with all off the shelf technology so if you need to repair the tractor you can.

    Here is a short youtube video on it.
    [ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnO0l41QBnw&feature=youtu.be[/ame]
     
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  2. RedBeard

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    That's cool. I've seen alot of homemade tractors that work really well too. I was looking around my junk pile this spring thinking about making a gravely type machine.
     

  3. Flight1630

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    In the magazine or says the tractor is a 19hp Honda engine mated to a hydraulic pump.
     
  4. RedBeard

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    Pretty neat unit. Looks like it goes good. I wonder how much money? Never mind it's on top of the page when you open it im just blind. For 12,500 i could get a decent 40hp tractor with a bucket loader. Neat machine but pretty pricey. Im pretty sure i could build one of those out of scraps for 2 grand.
     
  5. Flight1630

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    Do I detect a project in the future? :D
     
  6. LincTex

    LincTex Jack of all trades?

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    The Allis-Chalmers G has been highly sought after by the growing "organic" farming movement.

    I guess it was time for someone with a "supply" to step up to try to fill the "demand". $12,500 is a steep price point, though...
     
  7. LincTex

    LincTex Jack of all trades?

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    Another video; explaining the origins of the Oggun:

    [ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrnjKQRQP3g[/ame]
     
  8. LincTex

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    Looks like a near exact copy of the Tuff-Bilt:

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  9. RedBeard

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    Wow, i would say they must built them for other companies to sell too or they have a good law suit on their hands. The more i see this thing the more i like the rear and front 3 point hitch. Makes it like a grader.
     
  10. crabapple

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    This one about the same cost of $12000.00 to $13000.00
    But Tuff-Bilt has much more attachments.