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    Nice work!!!!
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    that's some real nice work you've done there jimmy! very impressive!
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    Once again you prove that diligence and research can result in some badass and inexpensive upgrades! Mad props to ya for undertaking such a technical build and going in a quite unique direction! I bet many will now follow this example. I think we should call this mod the FLASH STAK
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    Quote Originally Posted by MayhemInc View Post
    Once again you prove that diligence and research can result in some badass and inexpensive upgrades! Mad props to ya for undertaking such a technical build and going in a quite unique direction! I bet many will now follow this example. I think we should call this mod the FLASH STAK
    So thank you Sarge. One of the nicest things I have ever been told.

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    hi!

    sorry to get an old post out off the pack..

    but got a question...

    from the time... is the shaft olding well... did you have issues!?..

    got worried about doing the same... ive already all the parts still just makin the little thingy shaft!

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    Haven't had it off road as of yet but so far on the road it's holding well. From my research people that have done similar have had no issues.

    Once I get it on the trail I will gladly report back

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    another... do you have the lenght of the 34 splines part and the peg lenght too... just to confirm that mine are corect before it's too late

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    The overall length of the shaft is going to be determined by the thickness of the material you use for the clocking ring and doubler plate.

    As for the lengths of the two shafts. Essentially once you determine what your overall length is pick a spot and go from there. I cut the large shaft at 4.625" overall length. The short side I would need to check my shit at work. But from the pics I would estimate 3"+chamfer and the button depth (0.5"). But measure and be sure every jeep is built differently. I left about 5/16" clearance for shaft movement in overall length and I would suggest that you adjust the shaft length on the 23 spline.

    Let me know how it goes.

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    ok !! thats what i'm doing... i've calculate the depth from the edge of the gear side of the half then add the thinkness( in my case it's half inch aluminium and so twice for clock ring...) ... then calculate the depth of input shaft on the 300 the substract the clock ring and plate to set de small shaft lenght.. is it right?? it's like 3 inches for the small side then 4 inch or so overall... does it sound good???

    i'll take better mesure and came back.... but only by saturday..

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    Sounds like you have the right idea. You can always make a mock up with some wooden dowel and do a test fit.

    All I can suggest. Is measure and then measure.... Once youre done that. Check it again. If the shaft is too long it's hard to shorten. Although you can cut the small spline if need be.

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    This is awesome. Great work! Any idea on cost/time it took to build the doubler?

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    cost.... total out of my pocket.... less than 100$. As for time... no idea really.... I'm sure i could build one in under a week from scratch. but I didnt build it thinking I had a week to do so.

    Thanks for the props.

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    If someone was to bring you all the parts, what would it cost to have you build one??? Just curious.
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    1 million dollars...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazykid View Post
    If someone was to bring you all the parts, what would it cost to have you build one??? Just curious.
    Lol.... Sorry I would talk with Eric at Staangs Fab. It would be cheaper.
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    1 million dollars...

    Fawk...I sleep in his basement on occasion and he won't even build me one...
    Is that your offer... Sold. Lmao

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