Jukadi is a mis pronunciation of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan Finglish word Jukuri or Jokerri which means a homemade work vehicle made from an old truck or car. This mis pronunciation is sometimes done by non Finnish Yoopers. Other places call them doodlebugs. These were made during the depression from junk vehicles. It is pronounced you-ka-de, or you-ka-re with the emphasis on the first syllable with a slight pause between the you and the ka sounds as in Finnish rules of language. I have owned a ice cutting machine for cutting block ice from frozen lakes with a conveyer to lift it into a wagon. The ice cutter was made from a 1928 Star Car. I have also owned a sawmill with a 36 and 50 inch blade powered by the front half of a 1928 Buick straight 8 car. I also owned a firewood buzz saw powered by a Model T. You drove the stripped down Model T to the woods, jacked up the buzz saw side of the rear axle, swung a friction pulley down that attached a cradle to hold the log onto the elevated rear tire and the buzz saw spun like mad. You shoved the log over and lifted the cradle and the log was cut by the spinning buzz saw. My pride and joy was a log skidder for the saw mill made from a 1930 Model AA truck. I have pictures of this stuff from the 60s but I can't find them right now. The buzz saw was the worlds most dangerous machine and the saw mill was the worlds second most dangerous machine, at least that is what my mechanical engineering buddy said. I have also seen a well driller made from old Ford truck, a gravel sorter made from a old Chevy sedan and many others. The mechanical engineers wife calls my bikes Jukadi bikes, which gave me the idea of building one using these homemade work machines as an inspiration. The idea is to take junk and repurpose it or convert it into a useful whole machine for as little money as possible, which is what a Ratrod bike is. Frame that I will cut apart and modify. Right now it is Gender Bender made from a Kresge's All Pro woman's 3 speed. Two partial Bendix 2 speed manual coaster hubs that I will try and make into one?