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VW powered homemade G

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RonJ

05-17-2002 15:54:55




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Has anyone ever home built a G type using a VW transaxle & motor? I have the transaxle and motor and keep thinking there's something to be built from it. While I don't anticipate using it for the field I would like to be able to attach a belly mower. Anyone suggestions? My psychiatrist is currently reviewing my meds so be kind.:)




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Sprinter

05-19-2002 09:41:12




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 Re: VW powered homemade G in reply to RonJ, 05-17-2002 15:54:55  
If you have a G that needs repowered, look here.



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Lyle

05-18-2002 19:24:37




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 Re: VW powered homemade G in reply to RonJ, 05-17-2002 15:54:55  
If you need to get your speed down to tractor speeds to your transaxle, put 2 car transmissions back to back. That will give you lots of combinations of gears and it will be slow enough to work like a tractor. That is what was done when they were using old trucks and turning them into a tractor like machine to work in the fields.



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rhudson

05-18-2002 17:50:41




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 Re: VW powered homemade G in reply to RonJ, 05-17-2002 15:54:55  
I thought i posted this last night. must not have pressed enough buttons. anyway. back in the 70's mother earth news published a series of articles on building a garden tractor with 3pt hydraulics using a vw transaxle with a three speed manual car transmission between it and the engine. i think it would be a good project, keep posting.



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steve

05-17-2002 19:16:24




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 Re: VW powered homemade G in reply to RonJ, 05-17-2002 15:54:55  
all tractors have a "final drive" gear box with about 10 to 1 ratio that drops the ground speed from 80 (for a car) to 8 MPH for a tractor. I dont think a car transmission and axle lends itself to this application.



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RonJ

05-18-2002 12:52:00




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 Re: Re: VW powered homemade G in reply to steve, 05-17-2002 19:16:24  
Thanks for the input Steve.



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