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Racing Mower Builds / Re: making transaxle safe
« Last post by smiller on Yesterday at 10:32:29 PM »
I can drill but there is nit enough room on wheel. I wonder if I could weld a bolt on the end of axle? I do not know if I can weld to that axle without causing problems.
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Racing Mower Builds / Re: Hot Rod Sears Build
« Last post by smiller on Yesterday at 10:10:56 PM »
Ya, well guys all be makeing this a IMOW "Legal"  :D
this is what I am going to do in Helena Montana. I just need to find the right people to get me started.
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Racing Mower Builds / Re: making transaxle safe
« Last post by Mower Maniac on Yesterday at 09:17:36 PM »
Do you have the ability to drill the axle shaft?
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Racing Mower Builds / Re: craftsman supermod build NB canada
« Last post by Mower Maniac on Yesterday at 09:16:32 PM »
That cub hood looks sweet on there. Really nice build!
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Racing Mower Builds / making transaxle safe
« Last post by smiller on Yesterday at 09:08:38 PM »
I see in the IMOW rules you have to have a bolt or a castellated nut with cotter key or a safe way to lock tire to axle. There is not enough room. How do you do it. Thanks for your time .
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Racing Mower Builds / Re: craftsman supermod build NB canada
« Last post by nbsodslinger on Yesterday at 06:34:29 PM »

the final order of goodies came in!



got it all thrown together, my rear rims were back ordered so I rounded up a set of steelies to get me ready for the first race, which turned out pretty good!, I won the open class and a second in the super mod at a local fair.



rear rims showed up looking pretty fat from the rear now





got the exhaust made at a local muffler shop they did an  awesome job keeping the lengths equal and brought out just in front of the rear tire

also picked up a black 14" steering wheel from BMI karts. the last step was getting the hood, and it was the most exciting part that really set the mower apart from everyone else's around the area!!










the mower has been working awesome finishing at or very close to the top in the three races its been to so far, just needs a better paint job on the rear fenders and ill be happy!
that's all !








been so busy finishing this build up and racing I that it took me a while to be able to finish this thread but its all done!

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Newcomers / Newbie from the rust belt!
« Last post by Pokerface on Yesterday at 06:06:22 PM »
Alright you crazy circle burning peeps. I'm the newest rookie here! :woo:  I have a few mowers that I have a few bucks in or have gotten them free. My plan is to build one for some racing but I am looking for others who race in Missouri and the surrounding states. I'm not looking into building a pro mod,  :bash:granted it has to be fast :D, but the whole point is to have fun. I have been peeking at a few of your builds :omg: whats the most popular engine? What is the best bang for buck? :3gears:

 
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Briggs Flathead / Re: How many Horsepower
« Last post by crafty1 on Yesterday at 05:36:03 PM »
looks like the sticker is gone :confused:
Thanks for the reply.
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Coffee Shop / EGORE: ONE-HANDED WONDER
« Last post by mrmowitall on Yesterday at 10:26:32 AM »
STA-BIL brand Fuel stabilizer Series Lawn Mower Racer Jeff Surrell, “Egore” has not let cerebral palsy slow him down, and has been part of the Gold Eagle Co. United States Lawn Mower Racing Association of racers for 24 years. “I like to prove that even with a handicap, you can do anything you put your mind to,” says Egore. “Even race with one hand.”

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Briggs Flathead / Re: How many Horsepower
« Last post by PJG56 on Yesterday at 07:29:02 AM »
Usually on the top cover
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