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Will it stay together long?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mattcorleone, Jul 16, 2004.

  1. mattcorleone

    mattcorleone Registered Member

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    How long do you think it'll stay together? What do you think will go first, tranny or rear(s) (based on setup in Sig)? 700R4 rebuilt less than 10k ago (with a converter a bit higher rpm than stock), rears are stock 10 bolts, open carriers w/ 3.73's. 350 is rebuilt but fairly mild... not a ton more hp or torque than stock. Not too crazy off road duty... just light to medium stuff (i.e. I won't be beating on it). Thanks!
     
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    Probably your wallet with the gas mileage you'll get with those gears with the 35's /forums/images/graemlins/yikes.gif
     
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    Make sure you've got a big tranny cooler and dont worry about the rest, just repair as you go /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif
     
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    Probably your wallet with the gas mileage you'll get with those gears with the 35's /forums/images/graemlins/yikes.gif

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    Actually he probably gets bitchin mileage on the highway...in town? Not so much...


    This post reminded me of another question I've been trying to solve:
    Which came first the chicken or the egg?
     
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    The eggg, then the chicken had more eggs after it devolped.
     
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    Where did that first egg come from??? /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif
     
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    a turtle and a taridactle (the flying dinosaur) mated and it became that egg
     
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    HIJACK HAHA!

    The chicken had to come fort. The egg couldnt survive, because it need to be kept warm, ect.
     
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    The chicken came forst, if you are talking about a chicken egg,

    If ANY egg..... then the dinosaur egg came before the chicken

    Hey! Whay aren't there any dinosaurs in the bible!
     
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    The first English version of the Bible was translated in 1611. The word dinosaur (meaning "terrible lizard") was invented in 1841 by Sir Richard Owen so it would not be found in older translations of the Bible. Descriptions of what we call "dinosaurs" or dinosaur like creatures can be found throughout the Bible...

    Behemoth Job 40
    Dragons Isaiah 43:20 & Jeremiah 14:6
    Sea Dragons Isaiah 27:1, Job 41 & Psalm 74:13
    Flying serpents Isaiah 30:6
     

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