These are a few
shots of a 500 Superchief which I bought new back in 1977. The price with
tax was $2500.
My Attex 400 Chief.
Attex Big Foot Prototype.
These Photo's were taken around 1980 at a race in Pennsylvania.
The Win Su was a all season
vehicle, offered by Attex during the Company's last years.
Here are some photos sent to me by Steve
and Amanda Duckworth of an eight wheeled Attex. I'm told this is one which was
being developed for the Military.
This info was sent to me by Fred K.
I wanted to tell you a little
about the Attex 8x8. It was made specifically for the army, the state of
Michigan had at least 10 that I have found out about, they were used to train
tank drivers and used for practice, in the early 70's. The single forward seat
was the trainee and then instructor and alt driver in back. I purchased
mine from a fire department, they used it for rescue one a sledding hill, and
parades. I had to totally rewire it, I used a regulator from a Kohler
lawnmower engine, the engine is a JLO 400, it was based off from the Chief
400, with an extra set of wheels. Anyway, to answer your question about the
torque, it will be the same as the JLO 400 and 440, if you have those torque
specs. If you don't, I can email them to you, I just have to find my book...If
you have any questions, feel freee to ask, you may find them in a snowmobile
repair book, same engine. Have a good day...