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5speed quad range is in!

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#1 Adam N.D.J.

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Posted 15 August 2003 - 09:03 PM

Yesterday I put in the finishing touches on the mounts for my Nissan T-case. It went in like it was ment to be. Even the bends in the origonal T-case shifter had the right bends to get around the passenger side seat. I jes need to get the drivlines made up, and everything will be good as gold. It's pretty kewl haveing the 3 shifters in there now. (one for the gear, one for the tranny low/hi range, and one for the T-case). I think the best thing about it is that my engine isn't sunk down like before, which means I have A LOT more clearance under my oil pan and exhaust. Although the front diff does sit down there aways. Thanks Lumpy for the idea and motivation to get this done. Didn't take as long or as hard as I thought. I picked up everything on Tuesday, and on Thursday it was all finished (cept for the DL's of course.) But now that the motor is up where it's suppose to be, now I run into things like my dizzy and hillholder are fighting for space, and I still need to come up with tranny mounts. But save for a few little things, it's ready to do some serious mobbing on the 19th of next month. (check the meet & greet for details).

#2 Crazy_man_subie


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Posted 15 August 2003 - 09:28 PM

pics pix we want pics

#3 soobme


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Posted 16 August 2003 - 12:52 AM

I was there today with the digi cam, but I didn't take any pic's caus I didn't know if he was ready to let the cat out of the bag yet:rolleyes: . I can tell U that it looks good, and the engine is up where it sould be now( ER27 ) This thing sould be THE BOMB!

#4 Adam N.D.J.

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Posted 16 August 2003 - 02:17 AM

Man, I totally forgot that you have a digi cam. Oh well. I got some pics with a regular camera, so I'll get them scanned next week and have em up. I'll prolly put them on both my site and on the USMB gallery. I've revamped my site a bit, so it looks better now.

#5 Adam N.D.J.

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Posted 16 August 2003 - 11:23 PM

lets jes say it's combination of AutoCad, WinAmp, and Adope Photo Shop, took me a couple days to get it all done right. Lumpy is on the road right now, so I guess when they roll through there I can see how he has his drivelines setup. Seems to be the big money part of this swap, did some looking around, and the standard seems to be about 250 for the 2 drivelines. So It'll have to wait.

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