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PostSubject: Re: TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread   TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread - Page 11 Icon_minitimeMarch 11th 2013, 10:44 pm

Lugged this beast into the garage before it rains. It's much bigger than I thought. Laughing Notice the train horn on the seat. It's mostly done. Just have to make a permanent mount and a paint job.
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PostSubject: Re: TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread   TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread - Page 11 Icon_minitimeMarch 12th 2013, 9:55 am

Is the horn going on your tractor?
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PostSubject: Re: TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread   TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread - Page 11 Icon_minitimeMarch 12th 2013, 11:11 am

I might charge up a tank, throw it in the back, and mount the horns. Shucks, the guy who made the plans put his on his golf cart. I might start making videos soon.


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My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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Lookin good
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Looks great.
The v twin should look good on it.
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truckin42 wrote:
Looks great.
The v twin should look good on it.

Opposed twin thank you very much bounce
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PostSubject: Re: TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread   TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread - Page 11 Icon_minitimeMarch 12th 2013, 11:54 am

It's actually an apposed twin. Yeah it should. EDIT you beat me to the draw


My truck: 1986 Ford F-350 Cab&Chassis, IH 6.9L diesel V8, BW T-19 4 speed with granny gear, 2wd, 9ft Knaphiede westerner flatbed.
My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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PostSubject: Re: TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread   TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread - Page 11 Icon_minitimeMarch 12th 2013, 11:59 am

Do you have the rough dimensions on it? And what size is the axle?
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PostSubject: Re: TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread   TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread - Page 11 Icon_minitimeMarch 12th 2013, 12:03 pm

You mean the engine and crank shaft?


My truck: 1986 Ford F-350 Cab&Chassis, IH 6.9L diesel V8, BW T-19 4 speed with granny gear, 2wd, 9ft Knaphiede westerner flatbed.
My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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Tractor Man Jeff wrote:
You mean the engine and crank shaft?

Yeah
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PostSubject: Re: TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread   TMJ's Craftsman LT1000 Conversion Thread - Page 11 Icon_minitimeMarch 12th 2013, 12:13 pm

I'll have to go measure it later, but the shaft is 1" and comes down about 5".


My truck: 1986 Ford F-350 Cab&Chassis, IH 6.9L diesel V8, BW T-19 4 speed with granny gear, 2wd, 9ft Knaphiede westerner flatbed.
My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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Tractor Man Jeff wrote:
I'll have to go measure it later, but the shaft is 1" and comes down about 5".

Cool thanks.
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No prob. Smile


My truck: 1986 Ford F-350 Cab&Chassis, IH 6.9L diesel V8, BW T-19 4 speed with granny gear, 2wd, 9ft Knaphiede westerner flatbed.
My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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Well, several days ago, I worked on the tractor, removing the old engine and putting the twin on. I cleaned all the caked oily grease off the frame and engine. I will be doing the same to the old engine later. Both were a mess. Believe me, I've worked with caked grease and it's no fun. I had to clean a whole transmission covered with this stuff. No As of now, it's sitting on the tractor. I bought a new oil and fuel filter for it and put new oil in it. Now I just need to drill the holes for it and fire it up for a test run. Very Happy Of course, this big engine produced a couple problems(as always Rolling Eyes ). One, the fuel tank won't fit. Almost fits, but not quite. The mounting holes don't line up. Other than that, it's mostly a good fit. Stay tuned as I'll be doing a startup video.
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My truck: 1986 Ford F-350 Cab&Chassis, IH 6.9L diesel V8, BW T-19 4 speed with granny gear, 2wd, 9ft Knaphiede westerner flatbed.
My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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Tractor Man Jeff wrote:
Well, several days ago, I worked on the tractor, removing the old engine and putting the twin on. I cleaned all the caked oily grease off the frame and engine. I will be doing the same to the old engine later. Both were a mess. Believe me, I've worked with caked grease and it's no fun. I had to clean a whole transmission covered with this stuff. No As of now, it's sitting on the tractor. I bought a new oil and fuel filter for it and put new oil in it. Now I just need to drill the holes for it and fire it up for a test run. Very Happy Of course, this big engine produced a couple problems(as always Rolling Eyes ). One, the fuel tank won't fit. Almost fits, but not quite. The mounting holes don't line up. Other than that, it's mostly a good fit. Stay tuned as I'll be doing a startup video.

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Sweet nice work,

And can I ask what is the mounting dimension on the twin?


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Mo prob. I'm not sure. I'll be drilling the holes today so I'll measure them then.


My truck: 1986 Ford F-350 Cab&Chassis, IH 6.9L diesel V8, BW T-19 4 speed with granny gear, 2wd, 9ft Knaphiede westerner flatbed.
My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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Mo prob. I'm not sure. I'll be drilling the holes today so I'll measure them then.

Cool, it's pretty big 17" all round , it's a monster compared to that single in your picture.


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You can tell the diffrence in size the Apposed is bigger.
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you cant go wrong with an opposed man Smile my 18 opposed put out more torque than a 20 v-twin i had
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I ran it yesterday(video to come soon) and that sucker fired right up and boy it sounded good. I said it once and I'll say it again, I love apposed twins. Very Happy It might need some tweaking I think as it sounds more like a V8 than an apposed twin. As a little side note, the mounting holes acctually were there. I never noticed them. Laughing Very Happy


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My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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richie thomas wrote:
you cant go wrong with an opposed man Smile my 18 opposed put out more torque than a 20 v-twin i had

I'm gonna get me an opposed Smile
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What kind of ezoust do you plan on running.
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I guess the headers for now. Very Happy A little loud though. I'll probably sooner than later run true duals out the back.


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My tractor: Craftsman LT1000, 17HP Briggs Now a 20HP Briggs Apposed Twin, 6 speed Dana Trans-axle pulley swapped to 15MPH, golf cart front suspension and tires, ATV tires on the back, Rear ATV rack, front brush guard.

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Yeah.
Dual would be cool.
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Wish I could do that on my truck as it's a Naturally aspirated diesel V8. I could run true duals on it too. Very Happy


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nice, im gonna do duals out the back of mine i think, when i get it
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