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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-26-2003, 03:22 PM Thread Starter
 
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sidekick drivetrain with a sammi tcase

my buddy has his sammi to a rolling chassis now (coilover front and rear 38.5's etc) and it is time to start on the drivetrain.

here's the question does anyone know of or have any links to someone using a kick drivetrain and putting a zuk tcase on the end to run dual cases? any help would be appreciated. thanks!




p.s. the reason i ask is because we have all these parts at our disposal and it sure would save a ton of cash.

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Re: sidekick drivetrain with a sammi tcase

thanks!
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Re: sidekick drivetrain with a sammi tcase

does any body happen to know what the low range would be with both cases in 4 low?
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Re: sidekick drivetrain with a sammi tcase

The kick 1st gear is 3.65, tcase 1.8, whatever the sammy case is... (say 4:1), and R&P (say 4.10)... here's how to do the math in this scenario.

3.625 x 1.8 x 4.0 x 4.10 = 107.80 in LowLow
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Re: sidekick drivetrain with a sammi tcase

you finally figured it out!!
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Bacon bits...

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Yay me!

Nah really... I don't know why I had such a hard time with it before... I was searching (at pirate I might add [img]images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]) and figured it out. Now I have #'s in my head all the time... I'm looking at some really LOW #'s but I still need a medium numerical fix, tire size is a killer, I might have to go into the R&amp;P this summer.



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thanks!
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Re: Bacon bits...

My gearing II spreadsheet has provision for calulating 2 Xfers if you wish... Follow the link below.
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Re: Bacon bits...

thanks again. i knew there would be something like that out there!


so how bad would a 77:1 crawl ratio be for starters? you think that would get us by for a few months?
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