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Re: 1st season with the e3

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Super Trucker

10-22-2013 16:43:29
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When I get to my Co oP tomorrow I will take a pic of My bracket on mine. It runs all the way across the back but the center is not accessible of the pto. I still can hang 5 100 lbs ford or ih weights on each side. Then built a belly bar off the two holes in the casting under the gas tank that will hold the same weight safely with lots of room to spare.




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Co-op EC

10-22-2013 16:58:48
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 Re: 1st season with the e3 in reply to Super Trucker, 10-22-2013 16:43:29  
I have brackets for JD suitcases and i can get 5 on a side to but thats pretty much it and with out finding a wider trailer so i can get more room along the axle (space my tires out) i need to find another spot for weight because our club say weight has to stay behind the tires



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super trucker

10-23-2013 03:24:03
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 Re: 1st season with the e3 in reply to Co-op EC, 10-22-2013 16:58:48  
I also run 3 pair of wheel weights. 2 pieces of thread all so I can remove them in 3 min.



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Co-op EC

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 Re: 1st season with the e3 in reply to super trucker, 10-23-2013 03:24:03  
Yea i only have one set of wheel weights I plan to set them up similar to what your saying but with them i can just about make 5000 but my club runs 5500 on 5000 so im still looking



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