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Re: Tempted to build a Franken-Ferguson

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Tony in Mass.

06-16-2013 06:32:37
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You guys remember this? I miss labeled the left corner, should be 23C starter hole, and I didn't tape on an additional cardboard to show the buldge there. Seems the biggest concern is the Z134/129 swap ups will not use half the bolt holes on either bellhousing... so talk about the weakest link...
it seems there are more extra cont engines around on pallets than extra 2 stage 'arsend's waiting for engines... that's what I would like. To me Jason, that would be the waste of a good motor- unless you are intending to make a show puller. Have you checked into the kits to beef up the 120's they have in the UK? the 85mm sleeves? reworking the head and valve train? Sam can fit an extra kit or 3 in his suitcase... I'm sure you could get that all together running perfect in a weekend. But do bring home that 134 if at all possible...

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Jason S.

06-16-2013 09:34:01
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 Re: Tempted to build a Franken-Ferguson in reply to Tony in Mass., 06-16-2013 06:32:37  
Tony, out back behind the building where the motor is, there is a 135 rear end sitting there. Can you use it? It did have the two stage clutch, actually I think the transmission and all is there.



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Tony in Mass.

06-16-2013 14:10:50
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 Re: Tempted to build a Franken-Ferguson in reply to Jason S., 06-16-2013 09:34:01  
Ooooooohhhhh.... Jason... how come you and all this cool stuff ain't just two towns over from me or something... that settles it.... I will have to move.
Well then, the z134 came off that 'arsend'... dollars to donuts on that bet. You better go check all that stuff out tomorrow morning... btw, you going to Ohio show? Or you gunna make me drive down to your place???? My rig hates hills more than I do....

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 Re: Tempted to build a Franken-Ferguson in reply to Tony in Mass., 06-16-2013 14:10:50  
I"m pretty sure that motor came from that rear end. I would like to come to the Ohio show. If I can work things out and get stuff to quit tearing up I will try to.



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