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    found this clocking ring adapters while I was searching for mine

    Try this site, I had a hard time getting the linc .I hope it works. Its an infititely adjustable clocking ring and t/c adapters. never seen them before beautifully simpe. http://galleryproject.org/ they are called infaitely adjustable clocking rings . they were hard to find and I knew what to look for! oops the link is wrong one try this now http://api.viglink.com/api/click?for...13701909558606 Yup this is the one!! hope it may help someone doing a wierd combo!!
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    don't see an infinite ring?????

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    First of all...let me post a link that isn't VagLinked...why pay them for the click...

    http://www.trailtechfab.com/gallery/main.php


    Second......are we just looking at a gallery of pics of what various parts look like? I see no point to that page...if it had downloadable CAD or something, then I could see it being useful...maybe I am missing something...
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    I had a better link yesterday. they have alot of wierd combos that you weld up your self. and the infinite part is you just rotate up or down to your liking and weld the pieces together. I was just trying to share some info. if its on here already you have my appology. theres a good write up on them on pirate.

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    do you have the link to pirate?

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    I wil try to get it. the importing of stuff is hard for me, but I will try. I found it by doing a search.

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    The weld-it-yourself t-case adapters and doublers, I understand how they can be clockable to whatever position you want the t-case.

    But I don't understand how a clocking ring can be infintely clockable when there is no welding involved. It's just a ring with a few sets of addtional mounting holes that rotate the case beyond the stock mounting angle.

    What am I missing?
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    whew I found the page hope this linc works http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/motor...ngagement.html

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    Ok, well, ^that is NOT a clocking ring. That is a t-case adapter.

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    It can be set up as to just clock a stock adapter. Im not takeing any credit here . Just putting it out there in case someone else can use the info

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