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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-04-2000, 06:42 PM
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Planatariummm! (Metallica Humor?)

At Boyce, we offer complete suspension conversion kits (MTK-500), 10-26 gear changes, Detroit Lockers, etc. We also put together complete monster truck packages including tires, wheels, frames, transfer case, steering, etc.

Planataries

Clark---Pettibone---Rockwell

We stock a lot of different types of low-reduction axles.

Boyce Custom Planataries

We've been serving the Monster truck business for the last 7 years. We've learned not only how to compete, but how to WIN! As you can see here, we've cut a 5 ton housing in half and welded flanges to the ends. Then we bolt up the planetary end using 5 ton axle shafts.

MTS 250B Suspension Kit (1 Axle Only) Kit Consists of :

2 Ton Springs
4 Spring Brackets
2 Shackles
6 Spring Pins
2 Spring Seats
2 Top Plates
L-Shaped brackets are excellent for use with custom C-channel and rectangular tube frames. (customs re-arch available)

Disc Brake Kit

MBD-250/2 Ton

MBD-500 5 Ton

Can be purchased separately or installed. Eliminates brake drums and backing plates and lightens axle for competition use. Easily installed using stock brake system. Kit includes all mounting hardware to be installed in minutes.

MTD-250 A

A Complete 2 Ton Driveline

These drivelines used mostly with the ATC-250 2 ton transfer case. They may also be used with the TC-125 using our custom output flange. Part #TC-125-F.C.

MTD-250 B

Driveline Ends

Just take to a drive line shop and have our ends welded to your original driveline. Advantage: low cost, easy to replace.

RSL-250

Rear Steering Lock

Our rear steering lock is a must for rear steering vehicles. Lock pins installed on each knuckle for maximum safety.

MDL-250

Detroit Lockers No Spin Differential

For traction when it counts, Boyce is proud to be a rep for Detroit Lockers. We have these available for both 2 ton and 5 ton applications.

Detroit Locker is the automatic positive locking differential that has offered the operators of high-performance cars, trucks and off-road construction vehicles the maximum possible traction for 40 years. It prevents spin-outs by powering both wheels-even when one leaves the ground.

Vacuum Booster

When stock brake systems are not adequate, this unit provides higher displacement for heavy duty brake applications.

http://www.boyceequipment.com/axles.html


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Re: Planatariummm! (Metallica Humor?)

well I knew where to "get" them, I am trying to find out how the work! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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Re: Planatariummm! (Metallica Humor?)

Doh! Oh right that was the whole point of this, damn just got to excited I guess! Well no harm done, my pants are still dry! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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Re: Planatariummm! (Metallica Humor?)

Here are pics of planataries.....still don't know how they work!!!

but if you look at the pics, especially the latter one you can guess. There is a planatary assembly (small center gear that turns a set (3-5) middle gears, and they in turn spin the outer ring gear, which is connected to the wheel) all of this is out at the wheel's end of the axle tube, and gives great gear reduction, just like a planatary gear drive in a winch.




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