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 Craftsman GT II My first AT Tractor

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Oh man, i got the transaxle mounted up in the frame and stuck the rear wheels on.  None of the tires have any air in them, so they actually clear the rear fenders.  Kind of nice, so i can leave them on while i trim them out.  I dont want to get a hand or fingers between the treadblocks and sheetmetal.  I think i also need to figure out a flare.  The tires stick a few inches outside the fender, and will probably just cover me with crap.  Man these tires and new stance give this rig a serious boost of burliness.

Its a nice thing to wake up and see sitting in the livingroom.  Makes me smile.

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GIT BACK ON IT Very Happy I've always loved this build and am just getting back into the ATLTF swing myself! GIT R DONE Very Happy
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This build unfortunately is on hold again, since i am moving. My new place will not be easy enough to sneak a tractor in piece by piece, which totally sucks. Its still going to be completed, im just trying to find a place to keep it. Im really hoping my friend will lend me a small space in his garage (dude that welded my diff up), that would give me much better tools, welders, and all kinds of more fun things to play with. So over the past couple weeks ive taken it back down to a frame and all its pieces. Getting ready for the move. But an upside, is i picked up a '99 Tacoma, so i can transport it up to TSF for wheelin, i cant wait for that day to come.

I always thought it would be awesome to do a wheelin / camping weekend, but with tractors. Too bad there hardly seems to be any Oregon tractorheads here.
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Krawler86 wrote:
This build unfortunately is on hold again, since i am moving.  My new place will not be easy enough to sneak a tractor in piece by piece, which totally sucks.  Its still going to be completed, im just trying to find a place to keep it.  Im really hoping my friend will lend me a small space in his garage (dude that welded my diff up), that would give me much better tools, welders, and all kinds of more fun things to play with.  So over the past couple weeks ive taken it back down to a frame and all its pieces.  Getting ready for the move.  But an upside, is i picked up a '99 Tacoma, so i can transport it up to TSF for wheelin, i cant wait for that day to come.  

I always thought it would be awesome to do a wheelin / camping weekend, but with tractors.  Too bad there hardly seems to be any Oregon tractorheads here.
Thanks for the update at least, im a big fan of the build and its nice that the thread isnt to stale even if you cant help it, sooner or later it will get done i imagine, and pretty badass too. One step at a time i guess.
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