Project Six9

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  1. fasteddy46

    fasteddy46 Farmall Cub

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    This is a good looking build for sure. Keep up the good work. Looking forward to the continued progress :punk:
     
  2. Quilmes

    Quilmes Farmall Cub

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    Ahhhh, ok, sorry about that just was not sure. Thank again for clarifying that. Might need to make trip out there and check it out in person. Martin
     
  3. Havaclu

    Havaclu Farmall Cub

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    I was doing some routine maintenance under the Scout and notice that my front drive line has been was making slight contact with the trans oil pan I guess while wheeling. There was a small dented area and some marks on the drive line. After a little research, the common solution was to clock the Dana 300 down, which I would like to avoid. I pulled the pan to see what was inside the transmission in that area and it appears that there is some extra space. So a little trimming with the air-saw and I was able to gain 3/4" of clearance.
     

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  4. Havaclu

    Havaclu Farmall Cub

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    I used some 16 ga. to make a filler panel to fill in the area that was removed, welded it in place and filled it up with mineral spirits to check for leaks. A quick coat of chassis black paint and it was ready to be trail tested. I've had it out on the trail once so far and haven't noticed any new rub marks, so I think mission was accomplished.
     

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  5. scout2000

    scout2000 Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    You do great work and you are quick at it to boot.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
  6. Quilmes

    Quilmes Farmall Cub

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    Clean work my friend.
     
  7. icedevil

    icedevil Farmall Cub

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    It was great meeting you over the weekend. Thanks for your time and input on a few things you would change for the next build. I still cant get over how clean this rig is!
     
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    backcountry Farmall Cub

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    this build is amazing, incredible work. Well done!!!
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