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    RE: Home made large scale diff

    Countersunk allen bolts and thread the other end plate, all sorted


    Theres got to be a decent bolt supplier in your area
    I just found out that I can still have sex at 40! Its really good news cause I live at 36 so wont have far to walk home!!

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    RE: Home made large scale diff

    The pics seem to have disappeared from this thread!!??

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    RE: Home made large scale diff


    ORIGINAL: genitor

    The pics seem to have disappeared from this thread!!??

    They're on the first page of the thread





    If it ain\'\'t broke..... pull it apart anyway!

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    RE: Home made large scale diff

    ORIGINAL: Dirty_Vinylpusher


    ORIGINAL: genitor

    The pics seem to have disappeared from this thread!!??

    They're on the first page of the thread



    They are back now. Weird...

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    RE: Home made large scale diff

    pretty much finished now just need to get shaft rod for the output shaft

    here's all the bits and pieces



    ass-embling the end caps





    installing spider gear rods





    installing gears







    installing cover







    installin sprocket and brake disc , spacers and main bearings and done






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    RE: Home made large scale diff

    That's insane mate.

    Well done.








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    RE: Home made large scale diff

    Beautiful work. So when does production start...?

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    RE: Home made large scale diff

    Pure mechanical porn mate, cant wait to see the mounting setup for it
    I just found out that I can still have sex at 40! Its really good news cause I live at 36 so wont have far to walk home!!

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    RE: Home made large scale diff


    ORIGINAL: troppo

    Pure mechanical porn mate, cant wait to see the mounting setup for it
    +1 !!!

    I'd buy one. Beautiful work.
    Check out BOB\'\'S GARAGE on youtube to see what we\'\'re up to.
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    RE: Home made large scale diff

    cheers guys
    it is binding alittle at one point of the spider gears rotation.. no real biggy i would think a drill on one shaft and a bit of valve grinding paste all over the gears would fix all that lol but ill check anyways ...it may just be a "out of center" bore in one of the outdrive gears....

    i am going to put up all the drawings and measurments etc (plans i guess you can call them) but i just want to test it first incase it flys apart lol


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