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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ntsqd, Oct 9, 2006.
Honestly, who hasn't contemplated something like this at one time or another?
Now it makes sense
Good grief... that's here in town.
Prolly ought to snap that up b4 someone else beats you to it, don't cha think?
Figured you guys would get a kick out of this.
You know, it might look good on the front of my crew cab.
for 5 bucks and a short drive... totally worth it, i want to see that thing pull something lol, i wonder what the ratio is...
That looks exactly like Russ Hogans tube bender
When you show up at one of the CK5 get togethers, we could gather around it and ridicule it!!!
i think it's pretty cool.
please get it... i only live like an hour and 45 minutes away from you... don't make me come pick it up lol
I emailed the guy. its a 4.10 ratio in the diff.
Yeah but there are a lot of teeth on that flexplate with only a few on the starter. That gives you a bunch more gear reduction. I don't know how much power the starter motor is capable of but it is probably somewhat close to the ~5 hp motors on winches. It looks like it might work ok but it is gigantic, heavy, and looks like it could have issues with gear deflection and overall strength issues using the flexplate. Just my .02 of course.
I love how ebay cancelled the auction, LOL
Must have gotten busted for using Ramsey or Warn in the title...
they shut down anything with NOT in the title. they call it keyword spamming. they shut down one I was running that said "not dana 60" everyone does it.
I'm glad they shut these BS auctions down... it really p!sses me off to look at 10,000 auctions of crap that I'm "not" looking for...
Junk Yard Wars come's to mind. I think it's genius.
I wanted to bid just so some dumb Jeep guy wouldn't kill him self with it..... You know 'save a seal' - 'save a jeeper' slogan...
Shrimpers down here use that setup to raise and lower nets.
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