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#1 ErnRemy OFFLINE  



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Posted October 18, 2010 - 08:51 PM

I don't Know if I should have or not but I split up the twins.:confuse: I traded one with no attachments for a big brother, I got a 2055a snapper, a 48" tiller and a snow blower for the 1650. :smilewink: The big brother will get a rebuild this winter, it needs alot of work but what tractor of that age don't. The front pto is rough shape but that is ok because I will not be driving anything off of the output shaft but a pump for the loader I will attempt to build this winter. I am also planning on casting new plastics this winter, I think I will make a mold and cast new out of fiber glass maybe even carbon fiber top layer just for looks. If that works out well I might be in the market to sell some!! again if it works out well I might even do a grill, the 1650's is in great shape and it is very straight forward casting. who knows what I might take on, the winters here are quite long. Also I think I might be looking at selling the tiller, that thing is a bruiser the three point has trouble lifting it according to the specs it weights in at 325 lbs I already have two 42 incher's. I am new to the Onan twins but this one fires up quite well, it seems to fire on one side then the other kicks in, is this normal?? I know it needs a tuneup, does anybody know if an exhaust will swap up from a b48 to a performer 20?

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#2 mjodrey OFFLINE  



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Posted October 19, 2010 - 04:41 AM

Nice .




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Posted October 20, 2010 - 08:44 PM

that seems like a very worthy project