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    dude what is your secret to time management.
    where do you find the time???

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    Quote Originally Posted by farookismail View Post
    dude what is your secret to time management.
    where do you find the time???

    btw Please let this become a rock bouncer...
    Plasma cutter. Lol

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    i know its money but that cage was build for a body now there is no body so maybe time for a new design. just a thought

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    Some of the cage is getting cut up and changed a bit, also lowered a hair. We'll see what happens, kinda just playin it by ear. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    It will be simpler and cheaper to just go full hydro and be done with it. Piecing together a drag linked servo with a double ended ram will not be cheap and from a performance standpoint, is not netting you anything extra in return.
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    Word from the wise as always! Pretty damn cool tho for the racers that need mechanical

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Word from the wise as always!
    I'm not so sure about that but I'll go with it. lol


    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Pretty damn cool tho for the racers that need mechanical
    It is...and meets to mod class rules perfectly. It's just a fair bit of work with additional costs. And you would still be stuck with a box in addition to a servo that is hard to package on a linked Jeep. Straight up full hydro is just a very simple and elegant solution to all of the steering shortcomings, including packaging. The mod class would run full hydro, like the unlimited class, without the servo/box if the rules allowed that.

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    Little work this weekend. Gutted and trimmed up the rotten firewall/cowl. Plans are and it looks like i'll be able to drop the cage down 3-5 inches.








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    Then stripped down a 5.3 and tranny that was laying around for mock up.

    Hungry hungry hippo'd it under and up



    Boogered together some mounts



    And slapped it in





    Temporary tranny holder. lol




    Front clearance



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    What's the plan for tcase?
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    I have a flipped and sticked 300 so I'd need an adapter. Or be a cheap ass and run a dodge 241. Lol

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    Homemade doubler? Trail less travelled has all the drawings.

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    Not a doubler. It's the DEO (down east offroad) flipped and sticked 300. Can't remember if it ever got the 32 spline treatment. My wheeling style doesn't really require stupid low. Would be a cool option but i have bigger fish to fry. I will however require an adapter and it appears i have options from Novak or AA. Hmmm.

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    I'd be leery of you + 6.0 + D300.

    You would be running on the ragged edge of what that case will put up with. Some have good success with them and others, not so much, Once you put both 32 spline outputs in, the input and the housing become the weak links. I would not throw too much money into one to get it to live in your application. I think you would be better off with the 241 in the short term - cheap and very strong.

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    Might be a 5.3. We'll see what pans out. If it's a 6L i will likely run the 4l80 that would come with. It appears as tho you are correct, 241 is bolt on for both (come in 27 and 32 spline), stronger and i can get an SYE for a little cheaper then the 300 adapters. Or run no SYE for now depending. My brain is starting to hurt. lol

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    If you have the driveshaft length, you light be able to skip the slip yoke eliminator. Though, it is rather large on the 241. I'd stick with the 241 for now. It will still be stronger than a 300 with a bunch of dollars thrown at it.

    Another thought if you want to go completely stupid for cheap is a 271. It is a beast and probably not too far behind in strength than even a 205. I'm just not sure if a TJ frame is wide enough to accommodate it.

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    Damn you. I can make space. Back to google i go. lol



    Edit - No dice on spline counts and that things friggin retarded. lol
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