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Test run!! It's ALIVE!!! PICS!!!!!
Posted 09 September 2003 - 07:32 PM
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How about a couple pics for us voyuers?
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I know it's cliche but a picture is definetly worth a thousand words.
Brad, drooling in anticipation, Rose
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Posted 11 September 2003 - 08:49 PM
After a visit to the junkyard I'm guessing it's a T100L divorced case from a 83-86. If so did you keep the whole length of shaft betwean the tranny and t-case or did you shorten up a bit? Are you running into a flipped R180 up front? Headed for double cases in the future? I see at least one site that claims to have a twin case adapter coming for the T100L. So I guess if youv'e gone this far then the next step might be going to 4.44 ratios from a forester. You could get up near 90:1 when it's all said and done. Then flip both diffs again and add portage hubs and get an additional 2X. Last but not least theres supposed to be a R200 center chuck with 4.9 gearing which you could slide into some z-car R200 diff cases. Good cheap transportation,,,LOL. Nice work BTW. That t-case is a cool bit of genius you found.
Posted 12 September 2003 - 01:14 AM
You don't have to do any flipping of the diff, you jes take a stock one, and jes put it in the front (provided you have enough clearence under the tranny first).
I'm not sure if I'm going to go much lower than 3.90's, with the ER27, I have more than enough power to turn everything, actually, one of my structural tests was to burn off the rear end, and it didn't take much effort to get the one rear 30 spinning (I only have one axle in the rear right now), good news is that everything held up, not a single crack in any of the welds or anything (shouldn't be, there my welds). I might end up going with a larger diff if I can modify the axles to work, I'll see if I break any stubs or anything next weekend.
Oh yeah, I'll be home pretty much all day tomarrow, not doing anything till late in the evening.
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