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LumpyB

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I have a 310-8 that I have been working on building a puller out of. When I got it there was no engine so it has been repowered with a k341. The rear rims were widened for the carsile 26x12x12 tru powers and the front are gbc tri ribs. The rear adjustable hitch and front weight bracket is done. All I have left to do is make the engine guards, wheelie bars and middle weight bracket then paint. I hope you guys like it and will give me some input.

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Looks like you off to a good start Lumpy :drool:

Keep the Air psi in the rears around 2 pounds, just enough to hold them on the rim but soft enough to give ya a good bite :omg:

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that's one heck of a machine I wish I had a 16hp on my puller and I must say I'm also a bit envious of the tires and that's a massive filter you have on your carb how did you get that thing to stay on there?

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Thanks you guys glad you like it. I welded a piece of exhaust pipe that was the same diameter as the inside of the airfilter to a plate. I used the original air filter plate as a pattern for the holes. I did have to notch the plate and pipr a little fot the choke the plated what I cut out back in.

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i think the 300 and 400 series wheelhorse's are the strongest and cheapest $ wise puller's built ive had modifed cubs but they are 2 much 2 keep going B) :party:

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looking good, keep the pics coming B)

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i think the 300 series has a different 8 speed, the one with 1" axles i think?

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