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PostSubject: LOTS OF PROGRESS   Sat Oct 01, 2011 7:19 pm

well I worked on the monster mower today and got quite a bit done I got my drop shaft welded in for the the lift and the idlers on the back to keep the belt away from the shifter, hooked up my gas pedal, now all I have left is the starter AGAIN, and the breather stuff and wiring then she's pretty much done!!! CAN'T WAIT!!! heres some pics of the progress











Now all I need is a 3.5 inch pully for the bottom of my drop shaft to finish the lift
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PostSubject: Re: LOTS OF PROGRESS   Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:30 pm

You are hooking up some kind of brake i hope? With the combination of pulley sizes and tire size that will go pretty fast. Id mount belt retainers around the pulleys, or youll be crawling underneath to put the belts on continuously....


With my ATV rims- i dont want to weld them to my hommade hubs ( cut down tractor rims) - in case i come across another set of ATV wheels, plus will be easy to change tires if needed - i plan on drilling and welding bolts to the tractor rims thru the stock ATV bolt holes .
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PostSubject: Re: LOTS OF PROGRESS   Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:05 am

@dangeroustoys56 wrote:
You are hooking up some kind of brake i hope? With the combination of pulley sizes and tire size that will go pretty fast. Id mount belt retainers around the pulleys, or youll be crawling underneath to put the belts on continuously....


With my ATV rims- i dont want to weld them to my hommade hubs ( cut down tractor rims) - in case i come across another set of ATV wheels, plus will be easy to change tires if needed - i plan on drilling and welding bolts to the tractor rims thru the stock ATV bolt holes .
yeah I'm going to hook up brakes just the stock brakes I just have to make a linkage and then I am going to make it a handbrake with the mower dack lift thing because i have a gas pedal on one side and the clutch on the other...
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PostSubject: Re: LOTS OF PROGRESS   Mon Oct 03, 2011 11:14 am

that tractor is insane!! love it!!
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PostSubject: Re: LOTS OF PROGRESS   Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:04 pm

@dirtybird wrote:
that tractor is insane!! love it!!
thanks man, yours is looking sweet too!!
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