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Because of the way I had to mount the rack up side down, I had to make a reversing drop box. I took a gear from a oil pump and cut in two and added shafts to them, machined a case added roller bearings. And this is what I came up with.

 

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Awesome Chris.Glad to see your back at it.Was wondering how you have been doing.

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That thing is awesome, don't stop now!   :text-woo:

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Oh sure Cris , get us to this point and stop postin Now that's just bein mean :ychain:

 Keep on posting when you feel upto it or Brian and I will have to drive back out so we can see it

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Oh sure Cris , get us to this point and stop postin Now that's just bein mean :ychain:

 Keep on posting when you feel upto it or Brian and I will have to drive back out so we can see it

You guys are always welcome. Thank you

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You are going to come on here and post up photo's and details for some of the most awesome machine work I've ever seen, coolest pulling tractors and engine builds and then leave me hanging? C'mon Chris...... That's like dangling a T-bone in front of a starving pitbull. Keep it coming my friend :thumbs:

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Just didn't think it was fare to the wheel horse guys. But the more I think about it Theres a mod on ere that doesn't even have a wheelhorse.

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Wheelhorse or not, Bring it on and lots of it

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I look at it this way no matter the brand a good hook is a good hook. I've built a couple that do well but never to this extent, So I like to see it

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I dont look in the puller section much, but like others here, I don't care what brand it is: the fabrication is awesome! (The hood on that is sweeeet)

 

Keep those pictures coming!

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sitting in my shop, still need to make more body work. Engine sitting in there for mock up.

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AWESOME! Just went back and looked at your pictures and realized all the work you did on that hood. Wow what a change. Looks so much cleaner and smooth. Im trying to picture the rest of it. Nice indeed.

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:bow-blue::bow-blue::bow-blue:

Nuff said.

Yep,beautiful work,Chris. I always liked the David Bradley styling. Edited by 312Hydro

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post-2065-0-31797000-1422927465_thumb.jppost-2065-0-42247300-1422927663_thumb.jppost-2065-0-32398000-1422927719_thumb.jpGot the blow shield done. made from 8 inch ID aluminum tube with a .312 wall. That should stop anything that gets throw at it. I HOPE. any way I incorporated the clutch pivot and a clutch slave cylinder. so its a clean and easy way to work on.
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