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1  All-Terrain Mowchine Setup / Engine, Driveline & Braking / How important is KPI on an off road mower? on: December 06, 2012, 01:36:04 PM
Just like the subject says, how important is KPI on an off road mower? I was going to make my own spindles, and was thinking if the rear is locked, then I would need all the help I could get in the steering department... However building them without the 10° KPI would be easier...
2  ATLMA General / The Newbie Cage / Hello from Ithaca NY on: January 18, 2012, 09:05:16 AM
Hello, let me take a minute to introduce myself. My name is Scott and I'm from Ithaca NY. I have been an electronics repair tech for the last 13 years. I also bartend 2 nights of the week. I have been a Heymow member since October of 2009. I have been collecting parts and mowers for a couple years now, and am currently working on building a racing mower. I bought myself a welder, and several other tools since then, and figured with one of my donation mowers, I could build a trail mower and pratice on some of my fabracating skills. I was totally inspired by the El' Toro, as the first mower I was going to transform into a racer was a rear engine mower, but everyone thinks they are unsafe to race. Took the 700 trans off, anything else I maight be able to use and basicly scrapped the rest. (Wish I kept it now) I have some logging trails around the property, so I think I will try to make something for riding around on them. I figure the skills I would gain in building an ATLM would help me in building a racer. I'm not a BYB, and believe in saftey first. Thank you.
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