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Old 01-28-2018, 01:37 PM
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Starting on a new installation on a 1772.Turbo drive line upgrade rear pto 3 point. Going to be tight but will fit.
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Old 01-28-2018, 02:39 PM
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Hmmm - looks familiar. Hope to put the D600 into my 2072 this spring and install your kit. Are you planning on using the stock Kubota muffler on the 1772? Or just build off of the stock flange?
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Old 01-29-2018, 02:23 PM
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Use the muffler and I have a stack with a flange on it.Once I get the pipes figured out they will be an option for the kit.
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The pipe I built for the 782D Turbo looked similar to a sink trap, but exited thru the side panel at the stock location. I used the segmented pipe sections meant to fabricate headers on race cars etc. If I remember, I bought a 180 U bend and a couple of 30 and 45 degree sections. Add a little mig wire and I had a header.
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Got some progress done driveline upgrade rear pto in have to modify the lift bar for the 3 point the supers don't have much float so I need to extend bar with a slot to let it float.
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Another cool turbo build. About how much extra power does the turbo add?
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A lot of bottom end torque and 9 pounds of boost on a full pull.
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Got the rear PTO on and 3 point mounted I made the lift bar longer 2-1/2'' sloted to let it float like the smaller Cat-O hitches. Got the True Powers mounted what a PITA to get on the rim and bead up good thing I bought 4 ply instead of 6 ply.Mounting the V61s today
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Got the rear PTO on and 3 point mounted I made the lift bar longer 2-1/2'' sloted to let it float like the smaller Cat-O hitches. Got the True Powers mounted what a PITA to get on the rim and bead up good thing I bought 4 ply instead of 6 ply.Mounting the V61s today
looks like the tank from my 782d is different than yours mine has the notches for the fender mounts but pokes out on each side. im guessing that a super three point isnt gonna fit looks like the rock shaft arms are gonna hit the tank
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