Hey Don, I remember earlier you said you would take tour snow trac out in the summer and fall. I was wondering if you were driving across state land when you do? I'm trying to deceiper the regs from the dnr for use of track rig on state land.
hold off on the wheels, Fred came over and gave me the seal # going over to Alaska bearing to morrow and see what I can come up with,
if I can get the parts should be able to save it
I have a rack setting kit for 3400 reverse scroll fuel systems got it in a pawn shop a few years ago any need for it?
quote-->if you ship the krusty up here i will ask permission from my snot trac to alow you to park it in my back yard till you get here.<--quote
Shouldn't be a problem as your snot-trac will be occupying the garage, as usual. Shall I pile up any broken snot-trac parts I find littering the yard, or throw them straight into the dumpster...I mean garage?
Nome? ha have been there at least 4 times. back in the early 80's. Was a surveyor for a construction firm buildign runways and such all over Alaska...
what do you do there to make the long winter days pass? or is reading blogs part of it?
Its a no cost club!!! One of my girls gave me that some time ago. It is a bumper sticker that I never got around to sticking on. If you like it use it. although if about 20 or so people all used it TSA might get nervous!!!!!Later Jerry oh thanks for the rep
I can look around. Is it a Kawasaki? Surley.... most JD small engines have been for years. I will let you know if I come up with anything. Might try snowmobile/four wheeler salvage busineses as well as local JD guys.
I had an accident when i removed the transmission! The steering coloum is bent, I think I can straighten that but the steering coloum out is broken where it bolts to the box, that is the part I really need.
Parking brake cables whilst not essential they would be so easy to install at this stage, If I don't do it now they will never get installed and I live on a hill so they would be handy. Please reply to John@wolverinesupplies.com