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Driveline / Re: imow 8 to 1 ratio not working
« on: May 30, 2013, 11:35:05 pm »
What do you mean when you say the belt locks up in the pulley

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Chassis / Re: Chassis Help!!!
« on: May 25, 2013, 08:11:29 am »
The bmi kit is 11* iirc,  that's saying of course that you weld it straight.

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Chassis / Re: old J/P into S/P or C/P????
« on: May 15, 2013, 10:44:22 pm »
I would say I've seen more in mod x (cp) but that depends on your area more than anything

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Driveline / Re: will this hurt anything?
« on: May 08, 2013, 09:44:30 pm »
Here's how I broke my input shaft lol


I will read the rules before I post another video.   So the next one won't dissapear. 


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Driveline / Re: will this hurt anything?
« on: May 05, 2013, 10:39:38 pm »
Used to do that playing in the yard. Has resulted in both a broken input shaft and broken shift keys for me. I'm sure others have had worse happen

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Briggs OHV & Vanguard / Re: Vanguards
« on: November 20, 2011, 07:03:44 pm »
Ok thanks guys.

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Briggs OHV & Vanguard / Re: Vanguards
« on: November 20, 2011, 01:01:22 pm »
Ok so it fits except part of the bearing surface will stick out of the case.  So it needs to be machined.. or can it be run as is as long as you can deal with a little extra crank hangin out?  Are the 30 & 35 cubes the same bore?

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Briggs OHV & Vanguard / Vanguards
« on: November 19, 2011, 06:31:07 pm »
I stumbled across a 16 HP 30 cube horizontal vanny today, it has a broke rod...it beat the piston up and left the crank a little to be desired but looks like itll polish up.  Not even a mark on the block though.  I've got a 18 HP 35 cub vertical vanny also...it's in running shape....any chance the cranks are the same or similar?

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Briggs Flathead / Re: 46 opposed HP rating question
« on: November 16, 2011, 06:48:07 pm »
I've got an oppy that came on a 'fridgedaire' built quality farm and fleet AYP tractor...it's a 14 or 14.5 HP but is a 46 cube.  It's a newer engine, later than 2000

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Coffee Shop / Re: G-Team Racing
« on: September 05, 2011, 07:37:23 pm »
I was able to contact him 2 weeks ago VIA text at the number on his site after quite a few attempts.  Still watchin for that motor crate to come off the UPS truck :(

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Driveline / Re: Pulleys
« on: June 12, 2011, 10:08:55 pm »
The one tractor in my shop with a transaxle has a 6" front and a 4" rear pulley.  Is built to meet super stock rules, so 6 to 5 will be slower than that,  but your higher RPMs and slightly larger tires will compensate for that.  I think you will run just slightly faster than stock class with those pulleys and RPMs, given similar gearing inside the transaxle to what I've got

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Misc. Racing Items / Re: ARMA Stickers
« on: January 26, 2011, 02:50:02 pm »
WORD TURD LOL

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Misc. Racing Items / Re: ARMA Stickers
« on: January 26, 2011, 11:08:01 am »
Yep, and it ain't any better than any other angle!!!!

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Misc. Racing Items / Re: ARMA Stickers
« on: January 25, 2011, 08:55:00 pm »
If nothin runs like a deer why are them dang things always standing still in the road in front of my truck?????

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Driveline / Re: Gear ratio 206 peerless
« on: December 25, 2010, 03:31:24 pm »
Quote
 The overall ratio in high gear on a Peerless MST transaxle depends on the Model Number of the transaxle.  For that reason, the following list gives all possible gear ratios available on the MST-Series transaxles.  The first column will be the Number of Teeth on the cluster gear pairs; the second column will be the actual Ratios themselves.  The first number in the Number of Teeth column will be the number of teeth on the "drive" gear on the countershaft, the shaft with the large bevel gear on it -- and the second number in that column will be the number of teeth of the "driven" gear on the shift-key/brake shaft.
  The Input Ratio for all MSTs is 2.31:1; the Output Ratio is 3.45:1; and the Differential Ratio is 2.87:1.  These "fixed" ratios for all shift speeds compute to 22.87:1.  So...to determine the "overall" ratio in any gear, simply multiply your Cluster Ratio x 22.87 and this will give you the "overall" ratio for whatever speed you are in.
  Yes, this means you will have to count the number of teeth on the cluster gears to determine the actual ratios.  
  NOTE: The 10-tooth drive gear for the lowest ratio is made onto the countershaft; this gear is not available separately.  All other gears are individual gears.

Number of Teeth      Ratio
10:40                         4.00:1
11:29                         2.64:1
13:27                         2.07:1
16:24                         1.50:1
17:23                         1.30:1
18:22                         1.225:1
20:20                         1:1
21:19                         0.90:1
24:16                         0.67:1
25:15                         0.60:1
Reverse -
13:27                         2.08:1

Thanks!  good info!

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