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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-30-2004, 10:05 PM Thread Starter
 
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Toy swap pics

Plans:
4 link rear, 3 link front, 35" BFG's, Front TJ coils all around.










Photochopped final product will have more gussiting and cross bracing on cage but U get the idea.

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Re: Toy swap pics

Dude! You installed the rear end in backwards!

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I was going to say the same thing
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LOL it's just a mock up so we know about where the pearches will go.

Nothing is welded up yet.

Before we even took the picture I told my buddy someone would make a comment about that. [img]images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]
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Just remember before you weld them on in place you check your pinion angle..
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dammit yall both beat me to it. I was gonna say its gonna be the fastest backwards driving samurai ever!
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I've been laughing at this place all day....

That angle does look a bit contrived.
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Re: Toy swap pics

I plan on running CV in the rear so just point the pinion at the t-case right?

You guys caught me. I'm desiging the first Pushme-Pullyou samurai (remember Dr. Seuse). I'm gonna cut another sammy in 1/2 and put the entire front clip on the rear of mine facing backwards. This way I will have, dual engines, super long wheel base, rear steer and 6 wheel drive. I can go forward or reverse, er ... I mean forward #2. My wife can drive the front and I drive the back just like those old hook and ladder fire trucks only in reverse, kind of. [img]images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]

The last paragraph just started out as a joke but the more I think about it the better I like the idea. A beefier than stock samurai third axle would be kind of cool
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You know we were just jerkin your chain Hulk. Maybe Im jealous because I havent gotten around to slappin my yotas in. Or used those swirly metal devices for a suspension [img]images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]
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Looking at the picture again I see only two stands doing anything... is the rig balancing on only two or did I eat a funky burger for dinner?
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