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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-13-2004, 07:51 AM Thread Starter
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Well last night Mikej678 stopped by the shop, And while i worked on finishing up KoKo's tire carrirer/rack. He disasembled the Toy case for new gears. Once that was done I milled the case to except them and it is now ready for reinstall (except for the one broken bolt in the case at the mount, that is realy stuck) Anyway The night before I rebuilt the first case and added the doubler, so today we should have after some more machine work a full motor to end case ready to install in to the Rat.. Pics to follow later
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Oh ya here is the pile of parts 2 days ago
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I wish I understood any of this...doublers, 2 t-cases, ringers, adapters....seems like it just wouldn't all fit under there [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
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I wish I understood any of this...doublers, 2 t-cases, ringers, adapters....seems like it just wouldn't all fit under there




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Ah yes grasshopper it will all fit quite nicely with a 109" wheel base [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

And in case you realy dont understand
RingR adapts 1.6 to Toy trans
AA Doubler mates 2 toy case together
2:28 front case 5:1 gears in rear case Trans 1st gear 3.9 R/P 5:71
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And in case you realy dont understand
RingR adapts 1.6 to Toy trans
AA Doubler mates 2 toy case together
2:28 front case 5:1 gears in rear case Trans 1st gear 3.9 R/P 5:71

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How the hell do you expect to go 100 MPH with THAT ?


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How the hell do you expect to go 100 MPH with THAT ?




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I dont but i do expect at least 100 hpm
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Heck, marlins is only 24 HPM

How do you expect to get 100 HPM with that setup? [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Man I spilled my beer when I fell on the floor laughing. That is too funny!!!! [img]images/graemlins/RockOn.gif[/img]
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Bring that case section over and I'll remove that bolt for you , had plenty of practice at it around here ....
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well the progress abrubtly stopped when i destroyed the clutch disk, in the lathe. you have to remove 3/8" and the [bleep] caught and tore it self apart.. back to the auto store to order another one.... But the the duals are done.. just not the way I planned the day
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