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|Topic: Death Wish 4x4 lawn tractor|
|Search in: Off Road & Rally Tractors Subject: [22 BO] "Death Wish" 4x4 lt 1000 mud mower April 30th 2022, 1:00 am|
I am going to enter my 4x4 mud mower build, and i know ive already posted on it in a normal topic but id like to enter it into the competition, i started before i entered but i did not start it until about a month ago so i believe im in the safe zone, that being said this is what i plan to do: finish installing the rear steer craftsman rear end into the front end of the lt 1000, link it to the stock steering, make independent shifting for each transaxle, put ag tred mudding tires on both ends, make the gearing 1:1, fabricate skid plates for the transaxles, hop up the briggs and Stratton opposed twin and equip it with: arc billet aluminum flywheel and connecting rods, equipping 2x 28mm mikuni carburetors, adding copper gaskets to head and exhaust, straight piping it, possibly super charging it. Other things ill do to the mower include: fabricating a custom hood or expansion on the old hood, adding some light bars, repaint to a metallic blue and black color scheme and adding stiffness to the frame as well as fabricating a bumper. I will post updates as they come onto the forum as well as my YouTube channel. sorry it took a while to get the image got a little busy and forgot about it.
|Topic: [Finalist] [22 BO] MN MUDDER Wheel Horse Pulling tractor "HORSE N AROUND"|
|Search in: Utility, Workhorse, and Pulling Tractors Subject: [Finalist] [22 BO] MN MUDDER Wheel Horse Pulling tractor "HORSE N AROUND" April 26th 2022, 8:54 pm|
okay, so my first attempt at the build-off scrapy ended up being too much work at one time, especially with school going on (not scraped still working on!). so gentleman I present to you a minty 71-wheel horse 8 with a 4-speed trans, the 8hp Kohler is shot. my plan is simple and I decided what the heck let's get it in the build-off!
-swap 8hp for 14hp Kohler
-vintage cut pulling ags
-front tri rib tires
- gas pedal
-decals with the name HORSE N AROUND
and I am sure I am missing some stuff.
|Topic: 2055 White resto modding “White Lightning”|
|Search in: Utility, Workhorse, and Pulling Tractors Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] Rustbucket Garage’s - 1997 White 2055 “White Lightning” April 16th 2022, 7:44 pm|
Hello all! This is a continuation of my existing MTD White Build. This is the original thread.Overview
The goal is to do a complete restoration of this tractor with some customizations applied. This includes:
-New hydraulic lines
-New wiring harness
-tighten steering slop
-Fresh paint job done right (from bare steel)
-Front axle rebuild and 4 on 4 trailer hub conversion
-New tires (or at least new to me)
-Fit custom muffler and custom hood
-If possible a matching trailer done with larch planksBackground
I bought this tractor for $200 two years ago. It’s a model 992 MTD, and has a 20hp Vanguard Twin. Has a 2 barrel Nikki, and has a 35 cubic inch displacement. The transmission is an Eaton 11 mated to a Peerless 2500. This is a shaft-drive hydro that can reach upwards of 800 foot pounds of torque in low range.
Anything else I have to add will be listed later.
|Topic: [DNF] [22 BO] Budgets 1993 Craftsman Offroad Gasser|
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] Budgets 1993 Craftsman Offroad Gasser March 9th 2022, 7:50 pm|
*name changed to offroad gasser*
Welp im building my 1993 Craftsman finnaly i have some before pics some stripped down pics and some pics of current progress. everything isnt even bolted together the motor needs a ton of work and ive got my hands full. And i havent decided on anything major yet im just seeing what can be done what cant and its kinda in a testing phase i need to make a better name for it too.
So basically i cut the frame rails off of the 93 and welded them to a newer chassis just to strengthen the frame and use the modern steering.I have a 25hp vtwin that was used to try to convert to side shaft it didnt end up having oil pressure so it has been almost unconverted. and is currently gonna be put back to almost stock just no govenor. i am considering making a longer intake manifold so i get more torque and put the air filter probably in the headlight bucket.
The goal for this tractor is to be not only a four wheeler but also a rally tractor and its gonna me just in general a multi sport tractor as in the title. Its gonna get big tires but be sorta stock hight with as much front axle flex as i can get and shocks on the front. Its a 5 speed i might swap it out for a 6 speed idk yet. I wanna be able to drive it on the road or through a corn field or over rocky terrain jump it etc. So its gonna get alot of frame bracing if i can to keep it from twisting and transaxle bracing too.
|Topic: The Build-Off is back!|
|Search in: Announcements Archive Subject: The Build-Off is back! February 26th 2022, 11:43 am|
|Topic: [DNF] [22 BO] Mini tug - wizardtuners entry |
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] Mini tug - wizardtuners entry February 12th 2022, 6:00 pm|
Heres my littl build off entry.
(My sharpy died while writing out my entry).
If a different pic is required let me know. Hard to setup photo shoots in my garage.
It's a cub cadet 100 Garden tractor (1963 / 1st gen)
Simple Kohler k241AS. 3 speed trans with reverse.
My main goal is to reduce the overall size by a 1ft at minimum upto about 3ft and make it a real mini machine for pulling, tugging and dragging.Here's what I'm planning so far:
Locking rear end with another sprocket/weld.Reduce the shaft size to accommodate shorter frame. Add weight panels along the bottom (hidden).Bore out cylinder 20/30 over.(if I can find a good machine shop).Custom cam grind.Move the steering from it's current location to over the top of the engine.Build a winch bracket and mount system for front and rear.3d print velocity stack/k&n air filter adapter.Widen the rear to accommodate some AG tires.Union jack flag on gb Green paint scheme.
If I have the funds maybe change it from coil pack points to a magneto ignition / speedunio build.
Looking forward to building something with all of you
|Topic: [DNF] [22 BO] FatMikes Craftsman INDY "E.P.O.C."|
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] FatMikes Craftsman INDY "E.P.O.C." February 5th 2022, 3:03 pm|
My Craftsman INDY that is a bit rough but it has a running Briggs 18HP oppy horizontal and there is a lot of space under that hood which I'll need.
I have NO other parts for it as yet but I will be buying the two key components ASAP, I do have other tractors/parts laying around but nothing really usable for this other than a bunch of rusty nuts-bolts-springs and things.
(SIDE NOTE: bar keepers friend toilet bowl cleaner eats rust off of stuff in a short time, way WAY faster than navel jelly)
My plan is to use this tractor as a platform to test some idea's I have wanted to try hence the name :right: E.P.O.C. aka: experimental proof of concept.
I'll yank out the transaxle and replace it with a TEE shaped right angle gearbox.
Starting from the engine, will be a torque convertor that will go into a simple 2 speed chain/sprocket trans with reverse using 12volt PTO clutches used on gas salt spreaders which allows sprockets to be bolted on easily.
The front axle will get tossed and I'll try to use a sears suburban front axle but I may have to make one.
The front axle will also get a TEE shaped right angle gearbox so yes 4wd, probably to much traction as all wheels will be engaged all the time.(is there ever really TO MUCH traction
The steering will need to be beefed up a bit.
It will get some other
tires but the sizes will stay pretty close to stock so it should still look pretty much the same as now albeit aggressive tires and maybe fresh paint to attract the girls as if I'm not enough on my own.
This project will allow me to try making heavy duty front spindles that will have U-joints on a stock sears suburban front axle.
I want to see how much abuse those right angle gearboxes can take and if I can remove the through shaft and use a 1" shaft out to the full width I need as the rear axle.
The 12volt PTO clutches will most likely fail but it will be interesting to see what they can do, I may have a sized section of chain with master link and sprockets set up just in case it fails.
I hope I did this right.
|Topic: [DNF] [22 BO] Simplicity Broadmoor 728 XC Build|
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] Simplicity Broadmoor 728 XC Build January 29th 2022, 10:36 am|
Simplicity Broadmoor 728 XC. The fender is just mocked up in this pic, not attached. What I’ve done so far is started the front axle and frame. The frame is probably about 20% done at the most. In case anyone is reading this and hasn’t seen the other 2 or 3 build threads that were started on this, the plan now is to build a low center of gravity machine for the TTC. Front suspension, single link wishbone setup, sears suburban 633a transaxle, sears suburban steering and close to a sears suburban wheelbase. I think we’re gonna be at about 44” and 42” wide? Trying to keep the weight down as much as possible. Might use some aluminum parts and my original plan was always to use fiberglass for the hood and rear fender. I’d still like to try that but we’ll see. So that’s about it, we’ll see how it goes! I might try to do video updates here and there which I really haven’t done in the past.
|Topic: [Finalist] [22 BO] Brianator's "Mud Duck"- Tractor Recovery Rig/Mudder |
|Search in: Utility, Workhorse, and Pulling Tractors Subject: [Finalist] [22 BO] Brianator's "Mud Duck"- Tractor Recovery Rig/Mudder January 29th 2022, 12:21 am|
Okay fellas, I'm entering this old Bolens into the 2022 Build Off! For those of you that haven't seen the original posts of me bringing it back from the dead they can can be found here on the 1st and 2nd pages of the Non-Topic Tractor Talk
thread to see how it went from being DOA to build worthy!
Now for a little background on it... It's a 1969 Bolens "Husky" 1225 (Model 194) with a Eaton 10 Hydrostatic power unit and hydraulic lift. I got it as part of a $500 package deal with the Bolens snowcaster, rear tiller plus a few other goodies. It came with no engine, unknown hydro status, alot of previous repairs and it's obvious to me that it lived it's life being a workhorse on a farm.
Here's a screenshot from the ad that I kept.
This is when I picked it up.
and as it sits now, after a couple days of tinkering with it.
The engine is a 1977 Briggs and Stratton 16hp single (32ci) that I bought attached to an old wire burying machine (a Line Ward L-1) from my boss a couple years ago, he had it running a couple months before that but as of now I think this carburetor is doneski so I've ordered a new one in case I can't revive it (the main needle is seized in and I'm attempting to drill it out), would be good to have a spare regardless! The Line Ward itself is loaded with lots of usable steel, wiring and heavy duty linkages to use.
Well there it is! I'm excited to be a part of the build off this year, I wish all of us good luck and don't forget that the whole point of this is to HAVE FUN! I know I will be! Lol.
Next up: The "Plan"
|Topic: [Finalist] [22 BO] RCG Sears Racing |
|Search in: Speed, Race, and Drag Tractors Subject: [Finalist] [22 BO] RCG Sears Racing January 19th 2022, 5:47 pm|
|Topic: [DNF] [22 BO] MN mudders "SCRAPY" |
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] MN mudders "SCRAPY" January 17th 2022, 4:12 pm|
okay, I decided what the hay lets join the build off! I will first introduce you fellers to the rig, I call it SCRAPY, mostly because it's just scrap, worn, and beat on sears sheet metal. the focus or idea for this one is to be more orientated towards rally but still a woods tractor. (I am gonna have to apologize in advance to mighty I just realized my tractor kinda is based in the same direction as yours whoops.) anyways this build is going to get or already has-
custom frame - done
random peerless transaxle I found
14 hp Briggs
ratty sears sheet metal
either a craftsman cast front axle or straight axle not sure?
whatever tires I can find for cheap or free
the end goal for this is to get it done for little to no money at all. anyways here are the pics
|Topic: [DNF] [22 BO] diddie's Salvage|
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] diddie's Salvage January 14th 2022, 2:19 pm|
My entry for the 2022 build off
Quality farm and country
: lock rear axle
: fit Dixie chopper rear tires (seen in pic)
: swap 14.5 for a 22 hp v-twin
: foot throttle
: cast iron front axle
: custom shifter
: front winch.
: pulley swap
: front tires are yet to be sorted out
As this build is named Salvage. The plan is to build this from all parts i can salvage. i'm sure i'll have to spend some money but going to try to keep it as low as i can. will post anything i do have to buy like pulleys and what not.
|Topic: [22 BO] TechnoChicken's UTV|
|Search in: Utility, Workhorse, and Pulling Tractors Subject: [22 BO] TechnoChicken's UTV January 13th 2022, 1:44 pm|
This is my entry for the 2022 body odor contest:
I believe this is a LT 1000, and I am planning to make it into a UTV type thing by moving the axle back, stretching the frame, making a dump bed giving her the old pulley swap and using it to haul stuff around the farm. She will also be (hopefully) getting a new briggs & scrap iron oppy, and I guess the frame stretch is limited by how big of a belt I can get
The marketing is rather deceptive, WAIT, IT HAS A TURBO???
Nope it has...
Kinda lame I guess... I would
|Topic: [DNF] [22 BO] Budget_gokarts dale MOWhardt|
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] Budget_gokarts dale MOWhardt January 9th 2022, 2:51 pm|
|Topic: [DNF] [22 BO] Fastman's "White Lightning" |
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] Fastman's "White Lightning" January 8th 2022, 2:08 pm|
So I started this project a long time ago and was going to build a drift mower out of it, but then I decided not to build it, but I am attempting to enter it is this years build off with a few new ideas! It is a 1998 Murray Wide Body LT, all I have done to it so far is yank the engine off, flip the front end over to make it sit lower, remove everything that has to do with the deck, and put a locked up spicer in it. (The dirt bike is there to donate any random parts that I might need from it.)
I intend to put a artic cat 50cc 2 stroke in it, build custom independent front suspension, swap out the lawn mower rear end for the artic cats rear end, drop the seat down into the body, stretch the hood, fab custom steering, give it a fresh paint job (silver with white lightning bolts), make the body wider, make a hand brake, get a gas tank and make a spot for it, lower it to 4 inches off the ground in the front and 6 in the back, and that is all I can think of right now.
|Topic: [DNF] [22 BO] NevadaBlue’s JeepTor (Mk II Updated)|
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: [DNF] [22 BO] NevadaBlue’s JeepTor (Mk II Updated) January 5th 2022, 2:44 pm|
In memory of my 1942 GPW Ford Jeep that is sitting in my sister’s garage in Texas, I’m planning to build a tiny Jeep. I’ll probably never see the real Jeep again, so a little one will do. The original is in near stock condition with the OD green and numbers and all.
Since Jeeps have 4 tires that are all the same size, I want to use the 4 matching 20” turf savers I have. Most of the parts will come out of the junkyard behind the LT1000 or from my snowblower junkyard.
The LT1000 has an 18 HP Briggs and an MST206 transaxle. I will probably not touch the drive train until the body work is under control. I want to be able to move this thing under it’s own power as much as possible.
Given the size of the tires and the fact that it won’t sit level with the 2 big tires on the front, I plan to stretch the frame slightly by moving the front axle out from under and to the front of the frame. This shouldn’t be too much of a chore, given that the axle mount is modular and can be easily removed.
So, out with the old plan and in with the new.
I hope to come out of the build with something like this: (kinda sorta)
The plan has changed considerably. About the only thing remaining of the plan is shown in the new pic of the LT4000 and the MTD Square Body. And, the thing will be a kinda sorta jeep looking thing.
I am off upload a new post detailing what’s up.
|Topic: Murraymountain's Mountain Murray|
|Search in: Off Road & Rally Tractors Subject: [withdrawl] [22 BO] Murraymountain’s Mountain Murray (MKII) January 4th 2022, 3:40 pm|
Welp guys, I originally joined this forum to participate in the 2019 build off. And that’s what I did. With a free beat up Murray Widebody. At the end of the 2019 build off, the Mountain Murray was completed… Or so I thought… I now introduce to you: The Mountain Murray Mark II:
If you’re just now finding this build, Click this link to read through the build thus far.
Now, you may be wondering how and why I’m entering a preexisting build… well, because the Mountain Murray is moving up to stage 2… a HUGE stage for this build. I’m revisiting most things that were done during the 2019 BO and adding much MUCH more. I have parts for this that no one knows I have. As far as 50% goes, I’m not there yet. I am close, but not quite 50%. When I left off earlier this year, I had just finished reinforcing the frame to no end and designing and fabricating IFS. Since then all I’ve done is dropped the trans.
You also are probably wondering what the plan is for stage 2… so here we go:
-Fresh paint (Same scheme, maybe slightly different details)
-Full hydraulic brakes
-Lots and LOTS of lights
-Front mud flaps
-Beefier skid plates
-Fabricate new cargo rack
-Relocate gas tank and battery
-Full trans service
That’s the rough outline of everything that will be done. Sounds simple enough, but it’s anything but simple when you start getting into the details. They’ll be more I’ll think of along the way too.
Anyway, I’m exited to start digging back into this thing and see just how much of a beast I can turn her into! As far as I know, I am the second entrant for 2022, so to @MightyRaze
and all of the upcoming entrants, good luck and have fun! And with that, let the wrenching begin!
|Topic: Dirty Rat - Sears|
|Search in: Off Road & Rally Tractors Subject: [Finalist] [22 BO] MightyRaze's - Dirty Rat December 31st 2021, 11:55 pm|
I guess I will kick this thing off. I don't know if I will be able to accomplish or finish what I would like... but it is a challenge and I want to take it. I had hoped to build the Green Machine in the build-off but was uncertain if it would happen. So here goes another idea I had.
My project is called "Dirty Rat
My plan is to take this 1977 Sears Suburban Hydro, scab in the rear of a 1985 Murray GT with the locked Peerless 2300 from Kal. I also plan on trying to lower it a bit if possible. I'm calling it Dirty Rat, because my hope is for it to be an offroad trail riding rat rod sears. Not sure of all the details at this time, but hope it goes well and can get something that I am thinking built out! Currently all I have is what I have. I do not have any parts planned or purchased for this yet. It will be a journey in building.
Main source for parts:<no longer need parts from Kal, it's been saved>
Another Admin will need to OK my entry for ethical reasons...
|Topic: IT"S BACK!!! 2022 BUILD-OFF RULES HERE!!!|
|Search in: 2022 Archive Subject: IT"S BACK!!! 2022 BUILD-OFF RULES HERE!!! December 30th 2021, 9:54 pm|
Ladies and Gentlemen!
Welcome to the 2022 All-Terrain Lawn Tractor Forum
Participants will be given 11 months to cobble together the roughest, toughest, nastiest, sexiest, highfalutin-est mean machine they can, for the title of “2022 Build-Off Champion”!!! OK, guys we decided to bring this FUN completion back for 2022! Winner gets bragging rights that they are top dawg on ATLTF for 2022!
Read on to learn the rules and how to enter!
**THE RULES HAVE UPDATED for 2022**
ATLTF 8th year Build-Off Competition Rules:
- Qualifying Builds -1.) Must be a small, personal-transportation type vehicle, capable of carrying operator, and not more than one additional passenger.2.) Must be self-propelled.3.) Must be powered by an OPE (Outdoor Power Equipment) type engine. Generally: one to four (YES 4) cylinders, 2 or 4 stroke, gasoline or diesel, air cooled, water cooled, horizontal or vertical crankshaft, and derived from: lawn mowers, leaf blowers, lawn/yard/garden tractors, pressure washers, portable generators, tillers, cement mixers, weed-eaters, leaf mulchers/ vacuums, water/ trash pumps, 4-wheelers, motorcycles, etc. Additionally, more than one qualifying engine may be used....3.1) Electric powered machines will be considered by-basis, so long it complies with all other rules.4.) No automobile, truck, SUV, etc. chassis or engines allowed. No ATV chassis, or "Compact Tractor" chassis from larger homestead+ tractors allowed. Passable examples are: Lawn tractor, yard tractor, garden tractor and mini chassis’, stock or modified. Custom-built chassis are allowed provided the end result will be resemblant of a lawn or garden tractor chassis in appearance. Specifically, ladder, tunnel, or pan-style. No space frames, or frames made primarily from tubing that are resemblant to go karts, rock crawlers/ bouncers, etc. (Tube skeletons for bracing and exoskeletons are permitted upon approval. Must "wrap" a portion of the tractor or strengthen lawn tractor frame. Not replace a portion of the tractor.) 5.) Must run on any number of wheels, tracks, skis, or any combination of these, limited by the following constraint: A minimum of 3 points of contact must be made with the ground, a minimum of two if vehicle is "tracked". Points of contact are defined as wheels, tracks, or skis. Wheels cannot be configured in an inline pattern similar to a "cycle".6.) Sheet-metal and bodywork is open; however, the end result must be resemblant of a tractor in some aspect. Micro-cars, cycles, rock crawlers/ bouncers, space bodies, etc. are not permitted.7.) Must be "complete" by deadline date. For our purposes, "complete" means: Starts, runs and drives under its own power. Throttle must be installed and operable remotely (without operator touching engine). Kill switch must be installed and operable without operator touching engine. Engine must start with a switch of some type or be pull-start. Braking system must be installed and functional. Steering system must be installed and functional. The purpose of this rule is not only to define completeness for the contest, but to help ensure safety. Paint and related aesthetic touches are not mandatory to qualify as "complete" but may affect voting. For clarification, "Remote" specifically means "The ability to operate without touching engine".8.) Must NOT be more than 50% completed prior to the official start date. Previously completed builds can be used as long as the new build changes the build by more than 50% from the previous completion. Not just a teardown and reassemble. (These builds will be closely monitored) Lightly modified builds for the contest will not qualify. As part of qualification, contest entrants will post a picture of the major parts source(s), including a sign showing the commencement date and code word. Completeness will be defined by your write-up of what is to be done and by seeing your parts in photos.9.) Entry must be built by the entrant. A team of more than one can enter and build a machine. Those instances, the team would have to share or split winnings should they win. No contracting "hiring out" parts of the entry to be "built" by someone else. It is OK, to purchase "over the counter parts" for your entry.Entries and finalized builds are screened by the administration and we reserve the right to decline entries/ finalized builds if we feel they are not observant or compliant to the rules as stated above.
- Competition Details -
The Build-Off commences January 1st. You may NOT start building until the official start announcement on that date, but you MAY plan and collect parts until that time. The official start announcement will contain a PASSWORD. Entrants MUST start a build thread in the [Build-Off Entries] forum, and: Post a photo of their main parts pile that contains a sign bearing "ATLTF 2022 Build-Off", your username, the date, and the password for the build-off, all printed on a sign and in the same photo. The sign can be written or printed, but the password MUST BE HAND WRITTEN. Also, make sure the sign is clear and readable in your photo. The entry period runs from January 1 to October 31st. The Build-Off ends November 30th at 11:59PM. Any project that is NOT completed or compliant to the rules stated above upon the official finish announcement on that date will not qualify for judging and subsequently winning (see official contest rule no. 7 for definition of "complete"). Builder should post as many details of build as possible, including parts sources/origin, costs, design elements and difficulties, specifications, gear ratios, etc.- Entrants -1.) Must hold a valid ATLTF membership in good standing.2.) May Join ATLTF in order to qualify for contest entry.3.) Must maintain their ATLTF membership status in good standing for the entire duration of the contest.4.) May enter more than one project for the competition.
- Probation will not be enforced 2022! Have Fun! wrote:
- Builds that have not updated since creation, or 3 months no update will go into a "Build Probation" folder for not following the rules.
Entrants MUST update their thread at least monthly detailing progress, with either write-ups, videos and/or photos.
Criteria for Probation:
1 Month no update by "Entrant"- Asked to Update
2 Months no update by "Entrant - Warning given
3 Months no update by "Entrant - Moved to Probation
Builds still in this "Probation" folder at the end of the build-off will automatically be deemed "Disqualified!" To have your build removed from Probation, you will need to petition the Admin Team to have it taken back out no later than November 15. Contact link is on the bottom of any ATLTF.COM page.
Upon completion, builder MUST post a video of completed build, consisting of a walk-around and operation to demonstrate function and capabilities. The video must be hosted on a site that will allow the video to be shared in your post, such as YouTube. Builders should also make a post saying that build is completed, or risk build not qualifying. If for some reason you are not able to shoot or post this video, you MUST contact a forum administrator to closely scrutinize your build to determine eligibility BEFORE the competition closes.
In the event of a tie, winner will be determined by a panel of judges. There was indeed a tie for 2nd in 2015, in which the admin staff voted.
- Competition Specifications -Competition Start date: January 1stCompetition End date: November 30Entry start date: January 1stEntry close date: October 1Probation close date: November 15Voting will begin promptly after reviewing entrants for completeness.
Space Frame: Consisting of mainly tubes or small diameter materials. Like an atv or buggie.
Space Body: Consisting of mainly tubes or small diameter materials, with no supporting sheet metal.
Remote: Device that activates objects without direct contact.
- Voting -Any ATLTF member may vote for their favorite build in full confidentiality. This year, we will consider the ability to vote more than 1 favorite.We will be repeating what we did in the past couple years where new accounts will be temporarily suspended from being approved to prevent account bolstering. So, if you plan on participating in voting, pull up a chair and join us here.
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