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need anti-wrap bar pics!!!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 85mudblazin, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. 85mudblazin

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    I was thinking of a setup like this, make a truss for my 14bff and run a single anti-wrap bar in the middle that is shaped like a V and making some type of mounts on either side by the frame. will this work?? what type of joints should I use?? suggestions on a design??
    Thanks
    -Chris
     
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    uh... linky no worky :crazy:
     
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    yeah, same here. id like to see them
     
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    Yea what they said Rene.. :confused:
     
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    i got that then i refreshed page then i could see the pics try that
     
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    They worked for me....but maybe I'm just special!!:grin:
     
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    all of them worked except the first one, I like that design, where does that crossmember at the top muont to?? I was looking at the frame and there isnt really a good place to mount one, there are alot of fuel lines on the passenger side.
     
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    Here lets try this :)
     
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    The crossmember mounts to two side plates which are bolted to the frame. You just have to be careful not to drill through the fuel lines...then tweak them out of the way when you bolt it up.

    I'll upload the pic's to my gallery and try and get them all in one post.

    Rene
     
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    all the pics in one post...


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    Rene
     
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    wow Rene those are sweet, did you fab those up yourself?


    just noticed it looks like they have some sort of slip shaft mechanism at the t-case, if so how much extension does it have 4"?

    Jesse
     
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    that is the anti wrap bar that az kickin used to build, Rene's is the prototype if i remember correctly.
     
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    That is the Az-Kickin proto-type anti-wrap bar. The quality is beyond insane, and some of the materials used are too. That isn't a slip joint, those are some sort of unobtanium stainless rods threaded into the end of the bars. The bars can rotate and twist on the threads as the diff twists up.

    It's a great product, but it was very expensive to manufacture so they just didn't sell well.

    Rene
     
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    does the bar that is on top of the pumpkin mount on the same spot as the bar taht is mounted by the yoke?? they look off set but at the t-case they look right on top of each other.
     
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    The offset is the same at the diff as it is behind the T-case...it's just very hard to get a good picture showing that.


    Rene
     
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    I dont know whoes this is but this is what I had planned on making.




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