Jewelltrac 120
Jewelltrac 120 - Bruff Drainer at Belvoir 09 FFA Expo - IMG 8824
Jewell trac 120 - Bruff Dainer at Belvoir Castle show 2009
Model history
Model introduced 1983
Model discontinued Unknown
Model status Unknown
Preceded by Roadless 120
Engine Specification
Engine make Ford
Fuel type Diesel
Power hp 125
Cooling system Water
Transmission Details
Transmission type Unknown
Drive 4WD
Linkage Category Unknown
Plow rating Unknown
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The Jewelltrac 120 was built by L F Jewell from a partially built Roadless 120 when they took over Roadless Traction Ltd in 1983 following the companies liquidation. Only one was built and sold to Bruff drainage who fitted it with a large hydraulic winch at the front and trenching equipment at the rear suitable for laying a variety of drain types/sizes. The tractor was built from the existing parts stock.


  • Ford 7000 skid unit with Roadless creeper gear box and rear axle drive take-off for the Roadless front axle unit and swivel reductions. Heavy duty high flow Hydraulic system. The 120 was unusual as it was a County-type equal wheel machine, that used an inverted axle assembly rather than Roadless's usual straight axle design with un-equal size wheels.


This machine is now owned by RJ & JL Fenton of Leicestershire. It was exhibited at the Ford & Fordson Association Expo 5 at Belvoir Castle Steam Festival in 2009. Along side was a Howard trencher from the 1960s on a Fordson Major fitted with Rotapeds.


More photos of this machine to follow from Belvoir Castle Steam Festival

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