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:D I am building an Honda 750 FOUR Powered C120 Wheelhorse. The Tractor is approx 8FT long with a inverted 704 fornt axle and junior dragster wheels. My question is. Who can rebuld the 8SP and bring it to it's full potential. Where is this person located and how can I get in touch with them?

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Why dont you just use the tran thats on the 750 ?

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:D

Where are you located

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My brother is building a Panzer tractor with a 750 Honda four. He's using the the Honda trans.

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Sounds like a crazy ride...

Lets see the pics... :D

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Yea the honda 750 'n trans w/ an ATV rear axle one bad set up! go for it! Got stuff like this a' waitin' hope the shelf life dosn't ware out before I get at it! :D HORSEFEATHERS!

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Here is Johns pictures... By no meens nothing to do with me... :D

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better brace that frame up. if it comes down to hard it may bend.good luck :D

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:D Thanks Gene for posting the very poor pics. Chris: we will box the frame. we only work in the winter, as we camp in the summer an are busy moing with our Wheelhorses. I have a 69 RAIDER 12, 71 800SPECIAL, 74 C120, 75 C120AUTO, and the start of the Digger. My plan is to use a jack shaft out of the Honda accross the frame to a belt to drive the 8spd. I have made rear hubs out of 4140prehard and will use either 520wheels or dragster wheels. I have read on RED Square that the 8Spd can handle 50HP. The 750 Stock is 53HP. Iwill have a 704 inverted front axle, a Moon style tank mounted up front. Thanks for looking, but I would like to have one of my 8Spd's gone thru, and make it like new.

John Mitchell

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