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vtg
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    1. Actyman
      Actyman
      I have my Acty broke down, reason being the head gasket has failed. I figured it would be easiest to remove trans and engine together and my problem is getting the axle shafts out. I have a filter issue that prohibits my seeing your photos in your post about how to do this. Can you email me directly? Or answer any of my questions?? How can you lower the axle and have the axles still in the trans?
    2. mini456
      mini456
      Discount Oakley Sunglasses Still down but did not long ago, the fall so fast! Many layers of stuck with the people, the domestic economic indicators also fell, to see any good factor only dropped my dad is now a little afraid to relax , relax the stock market a good point, inflation is up, more dangerous! "Discount Oakley Sunglasses nodded: "stock market fell only harm investors, to withstand the force but also more strong, inflation can be is to damage all of them, especially in urban subsistence and rural poor, people could not get the rice policy is definitely not a good policy!"
    3. woodhe1
      woodhe1
      I sell the trucks. I show them at some trade shows, county fairs, advertise in some farm and other publications.

      My biggest sales tool is to take it to a potential customer and leave it for them to use for a week or two. I tell them to check it out the best they can and let me know if anything is not right with the truck.

      I have only gotten 1 back ... they sell themselves.

      dan
      woodysminitrucks.com
    4. OzarkTech
      OzarkTech
      Thanks for the reply, I dont get on the site much either, but enjoy reading the posts. I agree that the larger tires really aren't necessary, although the rims and tires make them look tuff! Since I've had my mini I had it in snow, off road, in mud and havent had any problems its an amazing little truck, I've cut wood and loaded almost as much on it as I have on my Dakota. I've driven it some on the highway and it drives great, haven't found anything I dont like about it, well I wish the cab was a little bigger. My 80 year mother likes to drive it around the place for doing her gardening and yard work, thaks again for the reply,
    5. OzarkTech
      OzarkTech
      Glad to see another trucker with a Honda. Have you had your's long and what do you think of the ACTY? Seems like most others dont like the ACTY, I guess because they are hard to lift. Is your's stock, and how do you use it? I wonder why they aren't very popular. I've got a 95 ACTY, have had it for a few months, and have done mostly check over and maintenance work it has 167,000 km on speedo, its in very good condition , after some minor repairs and adjustments it runs like a top. I live in OZARKS of MISSOURI , right in the woods, I've been amazed at where this mini goes with stock 155/12 tires, like a goat on steroids. I'd like to hear back from you about what you think of these small wonders.
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