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    Not sure you want to go near your blade with a flap disc ,,better off with one of these,

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Cylinder-...sx4bcyViA2oR2A


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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Badger View Post
    ...and a 38mm Mikuni?

    You'll need to flow the head for that My last mower had an 8 ball shifter and go faster stripes on satin black bodywork as well.... just saying like

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    Didn't turn out too bad. It fucking hoofed along, especially with the drive engaged.


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    Love the image that prompts.
    Unfortunately, the only spare engine I have lying around is a supercharged 4.0V8 from a Jag XJR.
    Not sure I could get the weight down low enough for the lawn tractor.
    He was very popular among the 5th/6th year girls. This was the Summer of '76 in Cornwall. The school had removed some old cricket nets the previous Winter, but there were bits of the old 2x2 angle iron frames still embedded in the ground that stuck up an inch or two. One lunch time the girls are sitting along the side of the sports field when along comes their intrepid hero on the mower.. right up until the blade below the cutters hit a piece of angle iron & the mower stopped, instantly. The bit he sat on was basically a seat on a stick on top of the roller with a tow bar doodad & he steered it like a bike with handlebars. When it stopped he went over the bars into the grassbox, guys falling about laughing, girls all running over to administer sympathy.

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