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Got my weights on and new stack on too

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How much does that weigh with the front weights and the back weights with out you on it . 

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About a little over 1k lbs

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Awesome job! Looks like a winner!!!

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I got a first in the photo with no green weight on the front and 2ND in the photo with the green weight on the front. 

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Did you have to take the stack off for pulling in that class?

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Lost power with that stack. Next will be straight piped

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nice set up you have any pics of your hitch? im looking to make my horse into a puller in the near futur

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New mid and front weight set up. 

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Kyle, You dont waste no time. Looks great

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Using the Attach-A-Matic will let you pull in the morning and mow in the afternoon.    :ychain:

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Someone has to mow around the pulling track. Lol

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12 hours ago, 953 nut said:

Using the Attach-A-Matic will let you pull in the morning and mow in the afternoon.    :ychain:

And I can swap it between different tractors if I have to in 2 seconds

 

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So season is over now time to work on her again. I ditched the pink hood for a dealer take off one. I also ditched the 5 rib 16x6.50x8 fronts in favor for a set of tri rib 3.50x6 tires and wheels. 

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Looking better Kyle! Curious: What silver paint/color did you use for the rims?

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8 minutes ago, JimmyJam said:

Looking better Kyle! Curious: What silver paint/color did you use for the rims?

Eastwoods ralley wheel silver

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Thanks. Did you buy there product online? Rattle can or quart can to be reduced and then sprayed? 

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5 minutes ago, JimmyJam said:

Thanks. Did you buy there product online? Rattle can or quart can to be reduced and then sprayed? 

Yes online. Rattle can

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1 hour ago, fast88pu said:

Yes online. Rattle can

Awesome!!!! My Electro 12 extreme mod "Thor" has Toro Silver rims which I like + gonna paint rusted hubcaps the same!

In the process of airbrushing realistic flames on front portion of hood! Will take pics if your interested?

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1 hour ago, JimmyJam said:

Awesome!!!! My Electro 12 extreme mod "Thor" has Toro Silver rims which I like + gonna paint rusted hubcaps the same!

In the process of airbrushing realistic flames on front portion of hood! Will take pics if your interested?

Post them up

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On Sunday, October 08, 2017 at 7:21 PM, fast88pu said:

Post them up

First attempt to airbrush flames on the hood!!!!!

 

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