|02-04-2004, 03:25 PM||#11|
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Treecutter,thanks for the picture guy!That is one very tidy looking mounting system you have there.I'm definitely going to remember that one if I ever convert a Poulan 42.I like the"minimal" cutting part the best.
How did you go about lopping off the clutch end of the crankshaft?Must have been pretty tough stuff to cut.
Are those standoff bolts threading into any particular part of the engine?The front bracket is holding the CH ignition sensor I take it?How do you know for sure where to drill your mounting hole for the sensor and get maximum performance?Flying the Poulan 42 on the Dynaflite Decathlon ought to be a ton of fun.Just love the sound of those big gassers!
Hey Andrew,I think Scott would be nuts to turn down your cast aluminum engine mounts.They look a dam site better looking than a simple aluminum plate,thats for sure. The best feature of all though is how you melded the back cover and engine mount all into one.I think he'll like it a lot myself!
|02-04-2004, 04:39 PM||#12|
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