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 on: January 28, 2015, 10:06:05 PM 
Started by kauffman02 - Last post by Cromwell C4
Wayne, I have done several of the Kohler single heads. I have custom oversized stainless steel valves for them, and a valve spring package for the flat tappet and roller cams.

 on: January 28, 2015, 09:01:41 PM 
Started by snydas1987 - Last post by docbro
The problem I see with your idea, is that here in the states, any thickness of plywood will have some crown or be warped as it is taken off the stack.   It is only flattened when nailed or screwed to a frame that is straight and strong enough to hold it.  Another issue would be from the heat transfer during welding which could ignite the plywood.  Do you have a concrete floor level enough to lay it on?  Maybe a thinner piece of sheet metal on the floor to tack the frame to?  This would be a lot of stooping and working from your knees, but less cost possibly.

 on: January 28, 2015, 08:16:57 PM 
Started by kauffman02 - Last post by cycloneracer
Call Zach Kerber. 

His web site is in my signature.   

I know he has been really busy.  Just visit with him about turn around time. 

 on: January 28, 2015, 07:22:30 PM 
Started by Mud Machine - Last post by nip 19
Have you ever seen the push pull setup. It's still direct but nothing under the mower.

 on: January 28, 2015, 07:14:25 PM 
Started by Todd99 - Last post by Todd99
Yes it does!!

 on: January 28, 2015, 07:14:23 PM 
Started by kauffman02 - Last post by kauffman02
I'm trying to find a place to have head work done.
I'm looking to have a larger intake valve and a after market exhaust valve
installed with a good competition valve job. I already have a Midwest Super Cub stroker crank with rod and piston.
I have the 3.78 bore and counter balance delete shaft. Looking to get this started as soon as possible any help would
be greatly appreciated.

 on: January 28, 2015, 07:08:40 PM 
Started by Todd99 - Last post by Tantan
Does the 31 run?

 on: January 28, 2015, 07:07:43 PM 
Started by Mud Machine - Last post by cycloneracer
His system was way to fast and complicated.   A good idea but it just won't work that way.  Too long of steering arms. 

 on: January 28, 2015, 06:26:42 PM 
Started by Todd99 - Last post by Todd99
Price on motors have been lowered!!!

 on: January 28, 2015, 06:25:21 PM 
Started by snydas1987 - Last post by snydas1987
Hey guys,
Im almost ready to start building my chassis for my new racing mower project, been collecting all my goodies needed for the project and im now redy to get the welder out.
Im wanting an alternative to using a solid steel welding table that i could just tac the rails in place onto to make sure the frame would stay square and level as a weld it all together.?. I know this is the best and most preffered way but im only building one chassis and dont have that table setup which would also be a big outlay if i was to make a table.
So i was thinking about getting a 19mm sheet of ply wood and doubleing the thickness buy fixing 2 sheets 1 on top of the other which i believe would be solid enough to hold the frame rails to with a setup of G-clamps and be able to keep them all level and square while i weld it all together.
So what do you think of my plan?, will it work good enough or is it a failed idea?
Can you give me any ideas or methods you have used yourself, or that you think/know would be a better way to go about this step in building my chassis?
Or maybe you have a way of bettering my idea of using plywood n solid clamps? If so id love to here your changes and ways of doing this?
Thanks heaps guys and i will appreciate anything you can help me with on this topic??
Cheers Snyds

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