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PostSubject: Re: New Project. The Colt    New Project.   The Colt  - Page 2 Icon_minitimeOctober 21st 2023, 7:19 pm

Got a nice stance!

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Rustbucket Garage wrote:
Got a nice stance!

Thank you.  Im happy with it so far.

Brianator wrote:
Very nice man that's looking awesome! Not sure if they're the right ones but there's some WH foot boards up for sale on eBay. Unless you're planning on making your own that is

Thanks - I did order the set off eBay as I couldn't find one locally.   I got the engine moved and battery in so the only part I need now is a fuel tank.  Everything else is here ready to be installed.

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You're going to be enjoying the ride, long before I even get mine ready to ride.

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You're going to be enjoying the ride, long before I even get mine ready to ride.

Trying to get a good ride or two in before it gets really cold. Should have it going (less seat) This week.

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Dash is done.

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Also scooted the engine forward to allow for the use of the stock battery location. 6" drive pulley should be here Wednesday and foot boards on Friday. There's a good chance I can ride this Saturday. 🤔 should also figure out a seat.

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Not a bad idea at all, put more weight on the front to help keep the wheels down. As long as the front left tire won't rub at full articulation while turning left then you're good to go! 8 times out of 10 you'll run into clearance issues when running bigger front tires from my experiences, sure you can add steering stops which you definitely should if there will be interference, I've gotten my tire jammed up while in a situation I couldn't just back out of and it was a little awkward! Lol


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Yes, I would for sure add a seat, in my experience if you don't have one it can cause major pain. Also, that dash is super cool. Did you keep the wheely bar btw?
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Brianator wrote:
As long as the front left tire won't rub at full articulation while turning left then you're good to go!

I haven't tested but im sure it'll rub the way it sits now. I thought about doing an engine lift as well but then ill run out of room for the breather. I don't plan on being overly hard on this specific build.

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Yes, I would for sure add a seat, in my experience if you don't have one it can cause major pain. Also, that dash is super cool. Did you keep the wheely bar btw?

Took the wheely bars off and I think the dash turned out better than expected.

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Got some floor boards. Bent them a bit and mounted them to the fender(mines hard mounted) . Added a idler pulley and got a drive pulley. Looks like a 88" belt will need to be picked up tomorrow. The 6 fender mount bolts will either be cut flush with the nuts or cut down the accept acorn nuts as covers. Electrical is done. I'll drove it around tomorrow after I get the belt to be sure all is good. After that a seat and a throttle cable and I'll be ready to hit the trails.

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Looks great man!


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MightyRaze wrote:
Looks great man!

Thanks




I have this toolbox that fits perfect. May be eager than me trying to build a rack. Remember this is a overland lawn tractor not a hard core murder. Think it'll be OK of to clunky ?


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If you like it, I see nothing wrong with it.

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That's more of a day tripping box in my opinion, if you want to overland you'll need much more storage and the ability to carry about 5 gallons of fuel. That oppy will guzzle about a gallon every couple of hours of mid throttle riding, I base that off 2 factors: my Briggs 11hp single (which is WAY lighter) will burn about a gallon and a half every 3 hours in tractor that weighs about 400lbs. Your tractor is probably pushing 600lbs the way it sits so my best guess is that with a full tank and the jerry can you might get 5 hours of runtime maximum.

I've been building my tractor The Warhorse with overlanding in mind (hence all the gear and storage) and wouldn't consider any kind of trip without a trailer so I'll be building one out of a Toro frame I have, I'll be going as far as using a spare transaxle as the actual axle so I have a complete swappable unit in case anything happens.

When I think overlanding though I picture at least 2 days and one night. Sorry for the rant! Lol


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- The "Mud Duck" ~ 1969 Bolens 1225 Hydro (2022 Build Off 2nd place!)
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- The "Silver Bullet" (Take 2) ~ 2024 Build Off entry (Work in progress)
- Roper "Offroadster" ~ 1979 Roper T4328 (Romping in Progress!)
- 1973 Massey Ferguson MF12 ~ (Work in Progress)



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My opposed twin drinks a full tank of gas in about a day of riding- say 6-8 hours or so of intermittent idling and trail cruising, with the occasional foot on the floor til the valves float. My fuel tank is about 3.5 gallons. I generally carry a can about the size of the one you have on the rack, this is more to get me home if i run out, and sometimes to top off if I'm halfway through a ride. Not really fit for any sort of overlanding, but good enough for what I do, and I'd imagine your fuel needs are pretty similar.
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MightyRaze wrote:
If you like it, I see nothing wrong with it.

thats part of the problem - Im mot for sure if I like it. sunny

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That's more of a day tripping box in my opinion... ...and wouldn't consider any kind of trip without a trailer so I'll be building one out of a Toro frame I have

1 night and a few hours driving would be the max. I can carry that gear in my pack I could strap to the hood. However I will be using a trail wagon as I want to bring more junk then in the past lol. Stoves, sinks, tools, you know whatever lol.

The main purpose of this rig is to get me to the back of our acreage and build some trails. Since I started this Ive decided to build another I can beat up New Project.   The Colt  - Page 2 1098998679



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My opposed twin drinks a full tank of gas in about a day of riding- say 6-8 hours or so of intermittent idling and trail cruising, with the occasional foot on the floor til the valves float. My fuel tank is about 3.5 gallons. I generally carry a can about the size of the one you have on the rack, this is more to get me home if i run out, and sometimes to top off if I'm halfway through a ride. Not really fit for any sort of overlanding, but good enough for what I do, and I'd imagine your fuel needs are pretty similar.


Most of what ill do will be be on our private property ( lucky to live on a 300 acre family farm) with 50 or so acres of woods at my disposal. Im not to keen on the tank I currently have on this but will have to get some run time to check fuel consumption but I still want to be able to hang with others if I so choose to do group rides.
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I see no issues only see kinks needing to be worked out, a perfectly normal part of building a custom tractor! Guess you should've left it the orange you hated, now you're worried about ruining that nice new red paint! Lol.

I've personally never liked using the hard line for throttle pedals, I find bicycle/motorcycle cable works much better, it's easier to take around curves and is less likely to bind plus if you want to keep the hand control as well it makes it easy.

Looks like it's coming together nicely man, keep it up!


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- The "Mud Duck" ~ 1969 Bolens 1225 Hydro (2022 Build Off 2nd place!)
- The "Silver Bullet" ~ 1984 Sears Craftsman LT(V)11 (MTD Built) (Part 1)
- The "Silver Bullet" (Take 2) ~ 2024 Build Off entry (Work in progress)
- Roper "Offroadster" ~ 1979 Roper T4328 (Romping in Progress!)
- 1973 Massey Ferguson MF12 ~ (Work in Progress)



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I still have my regular throttle cable on my briggs on my Sears.  I tug on the governor arm for the foot throttle when I need some more "umph".  I'll post a pic.  Also that fuel shutoff has an o-ring in it.  Yours is probably cracked and worn.  You can dig it out with a pick and replace it.  It's in the cap that screws into the box part.  New O-ring should be snug on the valve shaft and have to roll it over the threads.  It gets a little tighter when you tighten the cap.

How I do foot throttle.  Hasn't bit me yet.  My foot throttle is the orange cable.  My dash one is on the other side of the carb.  I set my dash throttle cable at full throttle on the opposed.  Then you can wide open throttle the carb and then tighten your cable set screw. That way you can get all your throttle!

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Also that fuel shutoff has an o-ring in it.  Yours is probably cracked and worn.

How I do foot throttle.  Hasn't bit me yet.  My foot throttle is the orange cable.  My dash one is on the other side of the carb.  I set my dash throttle cable at full throttle on the opposed.  Then you can wide open throttle the carb and then tighten your cable set screw. That way you can get all your throttle!

I assume its just the oring as well. This doesnt have any throttle cable at the moment as it was cut off.

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I find bicycle/motorcycle cable works much better, it's easier to take around curves and is less likely to bind plus if you want to keep the hand control as well it makes it easy.

Ive got a bicycle cable setup to install. Just have gotten that far.
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Found a seat 😀 $50 bucks and I wonder if that afor filter will fit my oppy? This a shame this is a hydro. Otherwise I'd probably build it.

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I'm not sure as the horizontal has a square airbox BUT... I have both vertical and horizontal oppys so I can give it a try this weekend and let you know!


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I can give it a try this weekend and let you know!

I've got the home so I'll mess with it tomorrow but thanks.

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Same carb, yeah you can put it on the horizontal, it stands taller as the square horizontal one dips down around the carb a bit.


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PostSubject: Re: New Project. The Colt    New Project.   The Colt  - Page 2 Icon_minitimeOctober 28th 2023, 8:19 am

As far as the exhaust goes, if you do find it to loud, you can buy a $30 tin can muffler at tsc. That will muffle it so it is not to loud, but it still sounds cool.

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