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:rolleyes: Is the tire dressing a traction aid?  :scratchead:

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Is this where the name came from?

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10 hours ago, stevebo said:

I have been bugging Charlie for years to sell me this one. I thank him for passing it along. Been doing some slight modifications and changes but the build and look is just cool. Thought I would share some photos with everyone. May name it the "Twin Killer"  ... lol (inside joke)

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One lunged wonder lol and be sure to tire shine the inside too

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Looks great Steve, thanks for the photos.      :thumbs2:

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Nice rear tires ! Are you sure this thing isn’t going to fall apart when you hook it to a transfer sled ? Cast flywheel to :think:

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On 11/17/2017 at 9:21 PM, AMC RULES said:

:rolleyes: Is the tire dressing a traction aid?  :scratchead:

It helps sling the "mud" off the sidewalls faster...:auto-layrubber:...BTW cool digger there.

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Thats bad to the bone, cast flywheel or not. :thumbs: I’d rock it. Would be interested in how the steering is hooked up.

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Had to post this photo from today. The boy pulled with it in the track today for the first time and here he is. Finished pretty good in 1000lb class. 

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That’s awesome Steve! 

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Way to go little Bo!

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Here is a video of a nice pull. Need to change pulley to see if we can pick up some grip of belt as this one is pretty smooth for some reason😳

Kyle suggested we go down from a hydro engine pulley to an 8 speed which we may also try. 

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Keep constant pressure on the belt tensioner, not just a spring. I used to hook my foot under the pedal and pull back for more pressure on the belt. 

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16 minutes ago, Shynon said:

Keep constant pressure on the belt tensioner, not just a spring. I used to hook my foot under the pedal and pull back for more pressure on the belt. 

This has hand clutch so it is easy to push the handle forward for more pressure. 

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Just wanted to post that I was able to install the left side cover from a c175 I got at the show and fabricated a Diamond plate cover for the top. 

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Too cool!  Go Bo go!

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:woohoo:

                               :text-coolphotos:                                        Kinda looks like a St Bernard!                                              :ychain:

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Need one for behind the grille :handgestures-thumbup:

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I kept the small plastic one behind the grill and added this one which is 1.5 gal. Going to connect the two to get about 2 gallons total

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What a beast of a machine for sure! I love love all the custom touches but especially the functionality of it for the purpose of pulling:auto-driving:

 

 

 Congrats to Little Bo on his pulling places—I’m guessing he was pretty stoked!

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