Here's a list of things to be done before I can drive it:
Fuel tank mounted
Choke/Throttle cables hooked up.
Ground from switch hooked up
Things after driving:
Move coil from top of engine
Air cleaner installed
Change out seat
Engine/tranny oil change
Figure out some type of rear lift (other than Armstrong)
Looks like the Sears will get moved out of the way and put on hold for a bit. I have had the neighbors Polaris RZR170 sitting in my yard awaiting parts to rebuild the front end since Aug. 25th when I ordered the parts. They will finally arrive this afternoon via UPS. Also putting 4 new tires on this thing. Be good to get it back home and out of the yard. His daughter will be happy as she loves driving this thing.
Sounds familiar. I have a few neighbors wanting me to do work for them all while I have the house all ripped apart for paint and new fixtures in the 1/2 bathroom, and trying to figure out when I can get to the heater core in my 99 Dakota, at least I have the 96 (which is 4wd besides and winter will be here too dam soon besides) as I have been driving it bypassed for about 2 months or so) still fighting with the insurance over the roof and trying to get someone out to take care of that....
When I moved this out, I set the hood back on to see what was needed. Yes, I know it's high on the right side. Muffler is in the way. Looks like it will fit back on there and I will be using different exhaust. This is just temporary.
Had to make a bell crank for the choke so you pulled it out to close it. More to come on this when I get back to it.