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Shayne Warn
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Posted on Sunday, October 30, 2005 - 11:27 pm:   

Anyone have any info on this 6x6? It was built in Edmonton, Alberta. I could really use some info on the transmission. All it says is Hagen, Reuter Inc., Hopkins Minn. I THINK it is the same one used in the Mobilera Trailblazer.
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Curtis Braun (Unregistered Guest)
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Posted on Monday, February 27, 2006 - 05:14 pm:   

that is interesting,indeed. i have a tri sport 6x6 built in edmonton,alberta.i didn't notice any tags on the transmission, but it is hydraulic.when i bought this this metallic blue hood scooped bad boy it was a bit of a basket case,requiring new chains,fuel pump,tires,etc... when i got my machine it wouldnt move when the hydraulic levers were engaged,so i replaced all the o rings in the levers.i also had to reseal the hard plastic lines that go from the levers to the trans. then filled\flushed the fluid resevior. it seems to be working ok now. so if i could be any help. i would be interested in knowing if its the same as yours, as no one i know has ever ever heard of them.(i made an iquiry very much like yours about 4yrs ago, unfortunatlly no replies)
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Posted on Saturday, March 04, 2006 - 12:59 pm:   

Hey Curtis,
I'm guessing it would be the same machine as ours. Scroll up a bit from my last post to the one called 'Another Mystery 6x6'. There are some pictures of our machine when we bought it. It was in rough shape. We have now completely redone the body (fiberglass work, paint, top/bottom seal added, brand new improved seat, stainless clasps, light wiring, etc. and a completely stainless steel gas tank). It also has had a few bearings replaced with heavy duty ones and a continuous frame rail added and heavy duty bearing plates and new axles. The wheels are also powder coated black. Since we don't have time to do much more, we are considering selling it for what we have in it. (Also because we aren't mechanics and even though it does run, I think it could use a new carb and a clutch adjustment). Know of anyone that may be interested for $1500 Canadian :-) When we get a chance, we'll try to post some new pictures of it. I have to say that it is a beautiful machine now!
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Marc (Unregistered Guest)
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Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2006 - 05:42 am:   

Hi
I have a brochure from it. If this could help you i could send a scan. Im writing a book about AATVs, maybe you have some good pictures from the TriSport for me.

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