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Re: 6 to 1 T-case gears are BREAKING!!!!!!!

pictures? Which gears?

Calmini?
or
Rockhopper?
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Sumo?

Are the people who own these busted cases on this Message board, pirate, or topica? I wouldnt think so since we havent heard anything else about this? lets hear details and see pictures. :-)
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Re: 6 to 1 T-case gears are BREAKING!!!!!!!

I figured it was only a matter of time, with that much torque multiplication things are gonna break.
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Re: 6 to 1 T-case gears are BREAKING!!!!!!!

Rocky roads look beefy! dunno tho they seem to big once I read the part of havin to cut the t/case housing just to get them in!
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Re: 6 to 1 T-case gears are BREAKING!!!!!!!

IMO a grs1 or 2 with low ring and pinions would be fine, I would rather add dual x-fers then have to trim out the inside of my case. If you want extreme and good highway manners there is always the Klune-V. Or add a divorced yota case with marlin crawlers or something.
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Re: 6 to 1 T-case gears are BREAKING!!!!!!!

Are you talking about the tcase itself, or the gears? I could see the front section as being the weak poiint , but not those gears...
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Re: 6 to 1 T-case gears are BREAKING!!!!!!!

Is it that coupler/clutch that engages the front output thats letting go?If so,it doesn't surprise me,that part is tiny.
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Re: 6 to 1 T-case gears are BREAKING!!!!!!!

Thats what I'm talking about, I could see buying something like that if it redid and increased the size of all the other componets. The other componets just aren't designed to handle that much torque. I think they will wear down quicker because our cases aren't a 1.1 ratio in high range so there is a constant reduction going on whenever it is operating. Thats why the dual x-fers sounds good, and if I were rich I would get a klune V.
But what do i know I ain't much of a grease monkey anyway.
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Re: 6 to 1 T-case gears are BREAKING!!!!!!!

Ok back it up Kerry everyone wants to know, Which gear set? Case breaking? gears breaking or both?
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Which part, the case or the gears themselves?? What manufacturer?
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