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Got Mine
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PostSubject: Hello from a long haired hippie in Maryland   Hello from a long haired hippie in Maryland Icon_minitimeThu Jul 02, 2015 1:27 pm

Been watching this site for awhile now and finally got around to becoming Legit.
I am dying to do everything but due to wife constraints I have to functional more than modified.
I have to 2 craftsman, 1 to build one for parts.
I have 1 little question regarding the rules.
I am building a modified mower which will also be my daily driver, so to speak.
I plan on keeping the mower deck and actually still mowing.
Am I going to get boo'ed outta the site.
Mods plan on being.. ( subject to time and cash flow )
Stretching the mower to have 2 powered rear axles.
Adding 1 foot to front for snowplow mounting and winch for work and blade lifting.
I might raise 2", depends on how the pulleys line up.
Changing drive pulleys for a little more speed.
Upgrading lighting system.
Horn and mirrors from a motorcycle.
And last on the list for now is a dump truck configuration for the extension on the rear and a stonger tow hitch.
May I stay and post progress here?
Thanks.

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PostSubject: Re: Hello from a long haired hippie in Maryland   Hello from a long haired hippie in Maryland Icon_minitimeThu Jul 02, 2015 8:02 pm

That sounds great. Would love to see that build definitally!
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from a long haired hippie in Maryland   Hello from a long haired hippie in Maryland Icon_minitimeMon Jul 06, 2015 6:12 pm

@Got Mine wrote:
Been watching this site for awhile now and finally got around to becoming Legit.
I am dying to do everything but due to wife constraints I have to functional more than modified.
I have to 2 craftsman, 1 to build one for parts.
I have 1 little question regarding the rules.
I am building a modified mower which will also be my daily driver, so to speak.
I plan on keeping the mower deck and actually still mowing.
Am I going to get boo'ed outta the site.
Mods plan on being.. ( subject to time and cash flow )
Stretching the mower to have 2 powered rear axles.
Adding 1 foot to front for snowplow mounting and winch for work and blade lifting.
I might raise 2", depends on how the pulleys line up.
Changing drive pulleys for a little more speed.
Upgrading lighting system.
Horn and mirrors from a motorcycle.
And last on the list for now is a dump truck configuration for the extension on the rear and a stonger tow hitch.
May I stay and post progress here?
Thanks.

You won't get boo'ed for still mowing with it. I mow with mine, but I take the deck back off when I'm done and put the high speed pulley back on. Some find it interesting I still mow with it.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from a long haired hippie in Maryland   Hello from a long haired hippie in Maryland Icon_minitimeWed Jul 08, 2015 2:29 pm

Rules? I didn't know anything about any rules....

Welcome, have fun and post pics of your projects!
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PostSubject: In the new member section.   Hello from a long haired hippie in Maryland Icon_minitimeThu Jul 09, 2015 4:24 am

RULES
Mower Decks/ cutting equipment MUST be removed

I saw this rule.
I am building a functional hybrid tractor.
I would love to build a seperate off-road only toy but due to $$$ and space all my mods have to be functional.
Sorry.
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