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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-19-2002, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
 
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D300 Homebrew twin stick

Came across this in my travels. Looks simple enough to build, although my plans were to "borrow" the Currie unit from a buddy and duplicate it.
http://www.toyboxoffroad.com/tech/tw...winshifter.htm
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Re: D300 Homebrew twin stick

Thanks, this way to be a project for the winter, now I don't have to figure it out for myself. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: D300 Homebrew twin stick

Sorry, I didn't know you were looking. There is a better design out there by Christo Slee that uses sleeves around the shift rails. I'd seen the one you're showing before and have the image files downloaded. I was thinking of combining the two.
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No prob, I wasn't actually out to find plans for it, I just came across them. Do you have a link to the set with the sleeve design?
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Re: D300 Homebrew twin stick

I couldn't find the link yet but the whole page was a gif. I was going to use the plates as shown in your link and put it in a slit piece of tubing to avoid the wear point that holds the plate straight. Rather than do what Christo did, I was going to drill a 1/2" hole through the tube so the pin hole wouldn't have to be aligned through the tube, rail, plate, rail, tube.

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