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1  Miscellaneous / Other Interesting Builds & Projects / Re: Briggs powered Powerwheels project on: May 29, 2012, 09:58:24 AM
Haha! Thatd be different :P
2  ATLMA General / The Newbie Cage / Re: Hello from Sheridan, Arkansas! on: May 24, 2012, 07:27:58 PM
Wheres everyone chris :P
3  All-Terrain Mowchine Setup / Engine, Driveline & Braking / Re: Okay. Did a search , my google-fu is weak. on: May 16, 2012, 05:14:21 PM
What I did was just install a much stronger clutch spring to keep the clutch tighter on the belt keeping it tighter around the pulleys. This eliminated almost all of my slip.

(Old post I know haha, Just thought I'd put my suggestion in for a referance)
4  All-Terrain Mowchine Setup / Project Builds / Re: creeds 1st build on: May 16, 2012, 05:05:20 PM
Old thread I know, but thought I'd comment. MTD frames are my favorite to work with, they are simple and easy to do stuff to. They make good offroaders, racers, and just good anything id say. But cool bud! Looks good seeing what you started with!

Don't set no speed records know, yea here! :P
Posted on: May 16, 2012, 05:05:14 PM
Old thread I know, but thought I'd comment. MTD frames are my favorite to work with, they are simple and easy to do stuff to. They make good offroaders, racers, and just good anything id say. But cool bud! Looks good seeing what you started with!

Don't set no speed records know, yea here! :P
5  Miscellaneous / Off-Topic / 6 wheel mower I found! on: May 15, 2012, 08:39:28 PM
Found something interesting today when over at a guys house. It's a 6 wheeled mower. I was like wow man, thats pretty sweet! So I took a picture to share it with you guys.




Cheers, Cody.
6  Miscellaneous / Off-Topic / Re: Craftsman GT6000 on: May 15, 2012, 01:43:30 PM
:S It's there hehe, theres a guy around where i live they call him the can man (I think) and all he does is drive a mower with a trailer on the back and picking up cans down the road haha. Anyways, sweet camper and mower :P
7  ATLMA General / The Newbie Cage / Re: Hello from Sheridan, Arkansas! on: May 15, 2012, 01:41:10 PM
Yea my singles modded a bit, once i get it going and some more spare cash, it's going to be built. Like billet flywheel, arc rod, etc, but right now it just has an exhaust, velocity stack, and k&n airfilter. Also have an oil catch for when I ungovern it the oil doesn't blow out the valve box and get all over the place, but instead draining down into the catch to reuse it. Them opposed have intense bottom end torque over the vtwins, big difference. I'm just thinking the opposed on the offroad mower would be much more fun then most other engines.

This is offroad mower place though haha, so I'll keep my racing stuff to a minimum . I thought this one post was recent but theres so many up top or that say new that are years old haha.
Posted on: May 15, 2012, 10:12:15 AM
Seems like theres not to many people on here now =/ atleast not to many post in 2012, whats up?
8  All-Terrain Mowchine Setup / Engine, Driveline & Braking / Re: Transmission question on: May 15, 2012, 10:04:16 AM
Peerless all day. Almost anything peerless is worth getting over a spicer/foote. I've got a peerless 700 tranny which run to my live axle on my racer and they are some beastly dudes. I believe I've read over at the racing forum that the peerless model 200s like you found are great transaxles, and if they hold up racing I'd imagine they will offroading too. The 206 (6 speed) and the 205 (5 speed) both would hold up way better then any other brand tranny. This also goes for the 600 as well, it's an amazing transaxle as well.

If you can get them for $50 each, Go for it.. I would! I'm stuck with the old spicer 2000 series which tends to give to many problems lol. Alot of people are stuck with spicers/foote's since they come more common in your grasscutter, and have to use them but if you ever run across a peerless, snatch it up and run that bad boy.

Cheers! Cody


(WOW, Didn't realize this post was so old, but maybe it'll be good referance to someone thats wondering)
9  All-Terrain Mowchine Setup / Project Builds / Re: Murray Widebody build on: May 15, 2012, 09:53:07 AM
Sounds like you got a project goin' for yea. Haha. I'm working on a widebody too, great machines.. well the steerings a little eehhh, but ok haha. Can't wait to see some pictures bud!
10  ATLMA General / The Newbie Cage / Re: Hello from Sheridan, Arkansas! on: May 15, 2012, 09:51:09 AM
Yea this one runs alright, I had another 12.5 which are beast but I took it apart experimenting and learning haha. So now I'm down to one 12.5 and that opposed that run and the 12.5 is going on my racers for Imow. Can't wait to get moved so I can start working again haha, I'm doing what I can here.

Anyways, I'll try and see about getting some pictures up soon.
Cheers, Cody
11  ATLMA General / The Newbie Cage / Hello from Sheridan, Arkansas! on: May 15, 2012, 09:17:33 AM
Names Cody and I'd like to thank you all for letting me join this here forum. I have a racing mower and a offroad mower, both which are still not done haha. My racer needs tires and wheels, and my offroader I need to get my welder (welders at the new house I'm about to move into) so I can finish my front end on the murray widebody. It's a work in progress and I'm going to try to fit the 18hp opposed twin in there somehow haha, might have to use a different hood (got one of those big ones off the old diehard craftsman). If not I'ma use the stock murray hood somehow and cut it for the engine to fit. Going to reinforce different parts on it so they do break or something when offroading.

Anywas, I thought I'd say Hi, and to let you guys now what I'm doing. If anyones in Arkansas let me know! Need to go rompin!
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