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WOW, just, WOW! I had to find both posts to see the build on your beautiful machine! Looking at the build is like watching a custom street rod come together! The sheet metal and machine work are awesome! You sir , are a true artist . Well done, well done! :thumbs:

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New tires and new wheels, will be pulling soon.

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:wh: Thats One BAD A-- Machine Great Work CHRIS!!!!! :thumbs:

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just a thing or true beauty man,what kind of horse power do you get

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I want to hear that thing run!! Fire it up already!! :thumbs:

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Man, I want some wheels like those. :thumbs: Where do they come from?

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Chris 11, When I grow up I want to be just like you!!!

Like I said you've done Wheel Horse proud!

Performance points 100

Style points 100

Show points 100

Do I wanna' run that sumbitch points 100 ooohhh... yeah!

That is so fine! Now go out there and pull sumpin'!!!!

:thumbs: HORSEFEATHERS!

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looks great but it looks like that command is a lil 2 much for that 5/8s belt u should of adapted a cub rear and drive shaft cuz i run stock alterd and i literly twist clutch arm on my 416 and then the belt snaps haha

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Maybe you should try running a better belt. And make your clutch arm out of 4130 Chrome molly.

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He brought it to the show this past weekend in Somers, Ct.

What an awesome thing to check out, and hear!! :hide:

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Maybe you should try running a better belt. And make your clutch arm out of 4130 Chrome molly.

yea that would be better i renforced it for now its in the back of the shop blocked in until i get the pro stock fixed and out of the way

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My son Tony on my puller at the show. After i got stopped for speeding again.000_0341.jpg

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You seem to be the TROUBLE MAKER of the group Chis. :woohoo:

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WOW Chris,Do you have a YouTube video of it running? That's gotta sound sweet in the higher rpms. :D I'll bet it sounds good just idling too. In fact it sounds good just sitting there in the picture! I have a vivid imagination! I'm talking top fuel -funny car stuff. :woohoo:

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Thanks Chris! Make sure to get a video of it pulling! Sounds great :D Actually ,better than I imagined :woohoo:

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looks great but it looks like that command is a lil 2 much for that 5/8s belt u should of adapted a cub rear and drive shaft cuz i run stock alterd and i literly twist clutch arm on my 416 and then the belt snaps haha

I doubt Chris is going to have any problems with his set up. When you use the "correct" belt it will hold 50-60hp and 7500 RPM. Only when you start making more HP or RPM do you need to consider how your going to get the power from the engine to the trans.

I had a chance to look Chris's tractor over at the show. The quality of work on this tractor is awsome. Chris it was nice meeting you at the show and allowing me to :woohoo: over your tractor.

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Wayne, it was great meeting you. and looking at those unreal pullers.You do some awsome work yourself. I still want that 320 Im going to try to work out some funds for that.If you need anything email me. Bocar33@aol.com Thank you

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