A few pics of my attex

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    A few pics of my attex

    I’m not sure of year or model any ideas?
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    Last edited by Bentvalve; 02-09-2018 at 03:48 PM. Reason: [url=http://www.6x6world.com/gallery/attex-6-wheelers/p27671-my-1st-attex-build.html][img]http://www.6x6world.com/gallery/dat

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    Going by the frame design, I'd say ST300D, ST340R, or ST400R.
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    Don, though we all know you're the Guru I'm gonna jump in here. Unless the trans has been changed as far as I know the 340R and the early (pre t20) 400R came with 6000's.
    But the main reason I'm in is, what is the frame difference between the 297 and the 300?
    I was under the impression the only change was the axles, bearing hubs and sprockets and of course the 5000 to 7000. Is there extra supports in the frame?


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    Yay! I got it home!
    So as far as trans tag goes all I can read is
    Power transmissions
    And a stamped # 1228
    Maybe 7600 series?

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    Probably a 7000 series: that's the better of the two reversing B/H transmissions.

    Jim, I'm going from memory so accuracy may be off a little! The 297 models I've had were stingy on frame bracing, more similar to a 208TT frame than an ST300D, and the ST400R models I've had were about half-and-half 6000 and 7000 transmissions, so I didn't take the trans model into consideration. I don't remember ever owning a 340R, but I assumed they were the same deal.
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    Thanks Don, a
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