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Discussion in 'Vendor Forum' started by cybrfire, Apr 7, 2005.

  1. cybrfire

    cybrfire 1 ton status Vendor GMOTM Winner

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    Cage flange. $6.00 set. 1/4" steel.

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    Staked cage flange. $7.50 set. 1/4" thick steel. 1" anti shear pin.

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    Staked cage floor plates. $16.50set. 1/4" thick steel. 1" anti shear pin. Radiused, chamfered and designed floor friendly!

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    These will be added to misc. products page of the website soon.
     
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    nice kert, really coming out with some cool stuff
     
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    cybrfire 1 ton status Vendor GMOTM Winner

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    thank. I appreciate that.
     
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    VERY nice... I have a cage I am going to start this summer sometime and I am diggin' those "staked" floor plates!!! Any idea what 6 sets of floor plates and 4 of those staked flanges would be to 98686? thanks! also, how large are the pre-drilled bolt holes? approx plate dimensions? just trying to get everything laid out... :)

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    Jekbrown,

    The bottom plate is 4.5" x 4.5" and the top plate is 4" x 4". Bolt holes are 3/8" in the flanges and floor plates.

    Dimensions for the flanges are 2"x4" approx.

    I'll get some shipping numbers worked out for you today yet.
     
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    ok cool, lemme know. I really like the shear pin idea... let the bolts just provide clamping force and the big azz pin stop shear. I like that they are all predrilled to, i don't have a press and drilling 65474654 holes through thick steel plate just isn't my idea of good times. ;)

    anyway, gimme a quote and we'll see what we can do. :)

    oh yeah, lookin at ur site... does your ff14b yoke protector thingy big enough to handle a 1410 yoke?

    j
     
  7. cybrfire

    cybrfire 1 ton status Vendor GMOTM Winner

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    PM sent to ya.

    As far as the 1410 yoke. It won't slide over like it does with the 1350. You'd have to remove the yoke. Just not enough room for that big of a hole and still keep it a solid ring. I didn't want to split the ring either so had to compromise on that one.
     
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    Nice, think it's a few days late for my project tho.... :o
     
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    Nice work as always Kert :waytogo: Looks like I'll be needing some of those this summer.....Hopefully :D
     
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    Stomper,

    I think you better bring that machine of yours up here so we can do some cage work together. That'd be a good time.

    Was doing some work for another friend of mine last night. We were working on the Zuki till 4 a.m. Always fun. My flannel turned into a 4 alarm fire at one point. Hate it when that happens. :grin:
     
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    I was looking at the pics of the one you have on your site... wouldn't it work to take the design you already have, but cut/remove the area around the top-most bolt so the mounting flange thing was "U" shaped... seems like you could just slide it up from below and it'd work fine with a 1410, or any other size yoke. I know more beef is always better... but it seems to me like 5 bolts would be enough...

    j
     

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