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 6 wheel drive craftsman (not 4, 6 wheel looks interesting)

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Yamaharules163
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PostSubject: Re: 6 wheel drive craftsman (not 4, 6 wheel looks interesting)   6 wheel drive craftsman (not 4, 6 wheel looks interesting) Icon_minitimeMarch 10th 2011, 9:10 am

neat setup - the guy used one of those craftsman/noma 4 wheel steer transmissions up front - im thinking the extra trans might be too much strain on the motor- id leave it as a 4x4.

Now something else to run around and think about building sometime...... looks like step 2 for the agway.....
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PostSubject: Re: 6 wheel drive craftsman (not 4, 6 wheel looks interesting)   6 wheel drive craftsman (not 4, 6 wheel looks interesting) Icon_minitimeMarch 10th 2011, 1:29 pm

is there pictures of it? i dont see any
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oh shit lmao i didnt notice that was a link
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PostSubject: Re: 6 wheel drive craftsman (not 4, 6 wheel looks interesting)   6 wheel drive craftsman (not 4, 6 wheel looks interesting) Icon_minitimeMarch 10th 2011, 4:44 pm

Holy shit that thing i think is going to look badass but i think he might want to get a bigger engine to power all those trannys. i subscribed to him so i can see what it will look like when its finished
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PostSubject: Re: 6 wheel drive craftsman (not 4, 6 wheel looks interesting)   6 wheel drive craftsman (not 4, 6 wheel looks interesting) Icon_minitimeMarch 12th 2011, 1:56 pm

The way he set it up IS pretty cool- plus the shifter setups are pretty simple- sometimes things are over thought and become to complicated - easy is the way to go .

I do have a spare trans- from my nephews RER yazoo that works..... ill haveta figure out a steering setup on it tho - couple 3/4" u joints, some custom fabbing and should work. Itll definitly fit under the agway front end. When i get back out to the shed.
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