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    Re: More Mule then Rover?

    with all the snow and Ice we've had so far this year I had to put
    something together for more power. 6hp engine runs the alternator good, just very noisy.

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  2. #282

    Re: More Mule then Rover?

    That looks like a monster :-)
    What poor lawn tractor had to donate its heart like that?

  3. #283

    Re: More Mule then Rover?

    jwatte, even better 6hp for $20 on facebook marketplace, came from pressure washer with bad pump.

    only has pull start so can't see it surviving the winter.

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  4. #284

    Re: More Mule then Rover?

    Sounds like a good deal!

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    Re: More Mule then Rover?

    Is that an attempt to add electric start to the little 160~200cc Honda GCV? Or did you lose yet another wheel due to shaft shearing apart?

    I'm kinda wondering what would be necessary to better silence the exhaust of a GCV engine. I still have not built an electric alternative to my >12 year old Honda/Craftsman lawnmower, and it has always been annoyingly loud even with earplugs.
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    Re: More Mule then Rover?

    Is that an attempt to add electric start to the little 160~200cc Honda GCV? Or did you lose yet another wheel due to shaft shearing apart?
    tician, no that image was put there by mistake.

    a few years ago I went to 1" shafts, and 1" ID hubs, I have not had any 1" shaft failures yet.(sweet)

    I'm kinda wondering what would be necessary to better silence the exhaust of a GCV engine.
    I've tried a few things(enclose the engine, add mufflers and used high temp insolation) but, was still
    too noisy for me. I hope to have a fix by next winter.

    last spring a made a e-bike, then I made a few 24v lipo battery packs, I may look at lipo packs for the mule.

    the kickstand was electric(linear actuator)
    and backup camera display on the handlebars
    motor on both wheels, front motor geared for hill climbing, back motor geared to street(25mph).
    used freewheel sprockets on both so could switch back and forth on the fly.
    very fun to ride and could even do some work.

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