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    Knows a Thing or Two klungly's Avatar
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    Been getting the buggy's new winch rebuilt. New brakes and seals, going to need the ratchet pawl rebuilt and a new control box.
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    Machined a new bushing for the drum support, got a new motor, controller box and ratcheting pawl assembly. Got it mounted to the buggy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by klungly View Post
    Machined a new bushing for the drum support, got a new motor, controller box and ratcheting pawl assembly. Got it mounted to the buggy.
    That looks right at home on there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    That looks right at home on there!
    I'm really happy with how everything came out

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    Got back to work on getting the buggy out of my garage. Been busy with other projects. Made some frame mounts for the front bump stops and a pad to go on the truss.
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    Finished bump stop and truss pad on the driver side and half done with the passenger side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by klungly View Post
    Finished bump stop and truss pad on the driver side and half done with the passenger side.
    That looks great!


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    Been busy getting some new machines put in the shop. A 1D Cincinnati toolmaster and 15" leblond regal. Got back to work on the buggy. Got the exhaust in, it needs mufflers. Got the bump stops and limit straps put in in the rear.
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    Finally got the buggy out of the garage, it had leaked from the tranny dipstick and cooler lines. I put in o rings in the cooler line case fittings and that fixes it. The dipstick needed a new grommet. Street tested it the next day. The belt for the water pump broke resulting I. It over heating. Picked up some 5 point harnesses. I'll test drive it again once the harnesses are installed and I put on a muffler.
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    Can’t wait to see the videos. That thing has come a long way over the years now...haha. Awesome work!


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