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Workhorse 350ST , the first pic is a cart I have now , 350 Kawasaki twin cylinder 

 

I had a second part cart , so chopped it up and sticking a Honda drive line in it , I figure its about 16 inches of lift , the front leaf springs moved from the bottom of the axle to the top , the axle flipped over , drop down spindles , coil over shocks , disc conversion , hydraulic brake conversion , going to run 27 Black Water in the back and 25 OEM stockers in the front 

 

@TnHONDA here are some pics we talked about

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1 hour ago, Fishfiles said:

Workhorse 350ST , the first pic is a cart I have now , 350 Kawasaki twin cylinder 

 

I had a second part cart , so chopped it up and sticking a Honda drive line in it , I figure its about 16 inches of lift , the front leaf springs moved from the bottom of the axle to the top , the axle flipped over , drop down spindles , coil over shocks , disc conversion , hydraulic brake conversion , going to run 27 Black Water in the back and 25 OEM stockers in the front 

 

@TnHONDA here are some pics we talked about

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what..not 4x4 ??..lol. ohhhh this will be good to watch !....lol.

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22 minutes ago, shadetree said:

what..not 4x4 ??..lol. ohhhh this will be good to watch !....lol.

 

Pavement Princess !!! 

 

Notice the duck head on the hood , gonna call it " Da'Mudder'Ducker " 

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Talking about 4x4 , I could kick myself in the butt for letting this 4x4 Bad Boy Buggy get away from here and me , I could have bought it really cheap as my buddy finally used it as a trade in and they didn't give him but $1,000 , but , it held 9 batteries in this one and they were unique and cost $150 each ---- it could have been rewired for standard cart batteries or got a gas engine swop

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The way those Bad Boy Buggy's were made , at first they were a EZGO cart built by Textron at the time and then Bad Boy would modify them , then Textron took over and made their version , they are very expensive carts new 

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@TnHONDA Here is a later pic with the ITP Black Waters , I had the engine cranked up in the cart , have it all mocked up , just a lot of welding to finish it 

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3 hours ago, Fishfiles said:

 

Pavement Princess !!! 

 

Notice the duck head on the hood , gonna call it " Da'Mudder'Ducker " 

lol..'' mudder ducker '' woulda been better...lol.

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20 minutes ago, TnHONDA said:

Looks good buddy! I could have fun on that!

I think your right it will be fun , 5 speed auto , it should scream , just don't let my wife any where near the steering wheel -------  I have all the pieces to put it together , I am bad about getting into projects and switching off when something interest me more 

 

Here is another mud machine project I got going on , got the engine out my 95 300 , putting a fan control gizmo in my 450 and I am building a motorized bicycle , misguided eh !!  

 

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Bucket List I would really like to build a jacked up , tracked zero turn mud buggy , I have the zero turn to do it , I think that would be fun 

 

 

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