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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by chris672, Jul 18, 2002.
Check out the second pic
<font color="green"> Sweet, never seen one of those things! Pretty wild articulation for a vehicle from the 50s. </font color>
you talking about this pic?
ya thats the one. thanks!
How do you think the rear drive is mounted? T-case in the front half and then driveline to rear end?
THAT WOULD BE MY GUESS. RUN THE REAR DRIVE SHAFT FROM THE VERY BACK OF THE CAB AND IT SHOULDN'T HAVE ANY PROBLEM. /forums/images/icons/smirk.gif
looks pretty awesome.thyanx for the pic
Do a search on the Pirate board.Is saw some pics of that thing over there showing how all that worked .
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wow a little more than i can afford, but man is that thing cool...i'd love to see someone do that to a k30
a few years ago there was one in 4wheel and off-road or fourwheeler, a chevy that had the frame cut with a coupling in the middle to allow it to articulate, don't know if i still have that issue
It is a fairly simple principle. The fram front and rear is shaped like a wishbone and there is a pipe within a pipe at the junction. The driveline goes through the center of the pipe. Log skidders are set up like that as well. Problem is it would be weight prohibitive to build as a full size wheeler.
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