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Good tease Mark, could that 3D image be an alternative for a standard front Axle. Could it be an Electric Steer set up ?.

Getting warm Richard....

4X4 Turbocharged Rockcrawlin' Stud Horse :bow-blue:    :handgestures-thumbupright:

Now there's an idea :D

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Hmm wheel horse super snow plow tractor, with and electric angle snow plow?

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Would this have anything to do with the robot you showed in the Super Bendy post? :text-lol: 

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First pic is of tires the same size as the rear Lawn Ranger tires. The second is of a hydro drive motor. The third is a hydro drive foot pedal. The fourth is a modified hydro pedal. So it has to be a 4x4 hydro Lawn Ranger with a lift kit? :confusion-scratchheadblue:

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Loving the answers guys, I'm giving the biggest clue so far and some of you did good on the guessing, less so on the what it is!

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Aha! Hmmm, is it something to do with rear steering set up!?

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Ok, I reckon it's a kind of FWD or Steering system judging by the CV Joints. Electric/Hydraulics may feature as a power assisted steering system. Suspect you'd need that with the Width of the front Rims/Rubber. Doubt if the standard steering would cope.

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You are are very warm and I'm sure the suspense is killing you :D

I think this will help...

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Mmm, I reckon it's the Rear Axle from a White Outdoor mower. As I don't know what Chassis is being used, it may be an All Wheel Steer IF 2 of those Axles are used?.

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Hmmm, I struggled to find information on the usage or manufacturer despite finding the drawings and parts lists. Yes they were used on at least 2 flavours of mower and this took some hunting down....

Here's the early blueprint of what I was trying to achieve long before I tracked down an axle

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Oh boy….I'm in love…and its only on paper…Been trying to find a front diff/axle like that for awhile over here…always priced too darn high

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Oh boy….I'm in love…and its only on paper…Been trying to find a front diff/axle like that for awhile over here…always priced too darn high

 

:D it gets better...

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Oh boy….I'm in love…and its only on paper…Been trying to find a front diff/axle like that for awhile over here…always priced too darn high

 

Here is one Model it is used in-  White Outdoor 132-786G190 FST-14 (1992) . If you  :text-google:  that, you'll find drawings/part nbrs etc.

  I'm sure you'll find them for sale easily in the States. Look's like a very strong design. 

 

Good work so far Mark. Very interesting project :bow-blue:

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Oh boy….I'm in love…and its only on paper…Been trying to find a front diff/axle like that for awhile over here…always priced too darn high

 

Here is one Model it is used in-  White Outdoor 132-786G190 FST-14 (1992) . If you  :text-google:  that, you'll find drawings/part nbrs etc.

  I'm sure you'll find them for sale easily in the States. Look's like a very strong design. 

 

Good work so far Mark. Very interesting project :bow-blue:

 

 

that's the one Richard - also made by Yardman!  taken a year of planning so far...  So much that when the axle arrived I had already made it all fit in my mind  :icecream:

 

500 views or 50 replies and I'll post another teaser!!!!

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Your a tease Mark.....  But I know what your up to.... I think :)

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:D

Given that we discussed it a few times and it's been a dream for some time you are probably spot on!

Let's see if tonight gets enough interest for the final installment.....

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YES, I am interested! Post # 49, need more.  :text-goodpost: 


OK, OK, Post # 50, tell us more!  :woohoo: 

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You got my attention. Let's see another pic!!!

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