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T-Case X-Member finnaly built!!

 
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2004 9:35 am    Post subject: T-Case X-Member finnaly built!! Reply with quote

Check it out at my project page near the bottom...

I think it turned out pretty good, driveline angle is 4 deg..

I will not like the pics directly here as they are large so go here:

http://www.webercomputing.net/~aweber/truck/project.htm
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 8:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can't really tell for sure, but you are using rubber bushings on your 3 mounts right? That is the way to do it. Get rid of the rubber mount on the transmission. That can't handle the torque and you will end up breaking a lot of engine mouts if you are looking for high power. With this setup, you will never break an engine mount.....Well, not likely anyway.

The only drawback, is that you do get a little more vibration from the engine. Not too noticable.

Nice work, I really like it.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 11:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SuperRunner wrote:
I can't really tell for sure, but you are using rubber bushings on your 3 mounts right? That is the way to do it. Get rid of the rubber mount on the transmission. That can't handle the torque and you will end up breaking a lot of engine mouts if you are looking for high power. With this setup, you will never break an engine mount.....Well, not likely anyway.

The only drawback, is that you do get a little more vibration from the engine. Not too noticable.

Nice work, I really like it.


Yup using stock yota rear leaf bushings Wink It is pretty much a copy of C. Geiger's on pirate....
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