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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #30 on: April 01, 2019, 09:28:10 PM »

Evening
Good day of hard work
Lots of stuff going on pallets
Lots of people ordering
Lots of parts lots of parts
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #31 on: April 01, 2019, 09:42:22 PM »

Man I'd love to see what's going on over there and meet MY - I picture a candyland of amazing samis and parts and Mr oz style MY but hes not full of it like the movie lol

Its pure Samurai porn I tell you. Just how you pictured it. Candyland is a good word for it.

Reminds me of homer when he was floating around eating everything lol I was Simpsons crazy as a kid from tracey ulman till about 95 when I started to like boobs haha

Think tom....(sp) knows he one last month? What would you guys pick?

From March I would have picked the winch.
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #32 on: April 01, 2019, 10:05:14 PM »

Goodnight guys.
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #33 on: April 01, 2019, 10:38:16 PM »

Evening
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Lots of parts lots of parts

USA
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #34 on: April 02, 2019, 03:46:35 AM »

Morning more rain today, will be in the truck most of the day and dry.
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #35 on: April 02, 2019, 03:55:11 AM »

Evening
Good day of hard work
Lots of stuff going on pallets
Lots of people ordering
Lots of parts lots of parts
That's awesome. Hopefully within the next week I will be adding to this.
Happy Tuesday yall!
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #36 on: April 02, 2019, 04:47:37 AM »

Gloomy morning you can feel its gonna warm up soon
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #37 on: April 02, 2019, 05:02:08 AM »

Happy new month
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #38 on: April 02, 2019, 05:28:20 AM »

Another day another dollar.
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #39 on: April 02, 2019, 05:34:28 AM »

Man I'd love to see what's going on over there and meet MY - I picture a candyland of amazing samis and parts and Mr oz style MY but hes not full of it like the movie lol

Its pure Samurai porn I tell you. Just how you pictured it. Candyland is a good word for it.

Reminds me of homer when he was floating around eating everything lol I was Simpsons crazy as a kid from tracey ulman till about 95 when I started to like boobs haha

Think tom....(sp) knows he one last month? What would you guys pick?
I think I'd have picked the axel housing. Or maybe the cradle bundle. Also, good morning!! Simpsons was on the list of shows we weren't allowed to watch when Mom was around. Dad let us watch them all though, heh, including South Park. My mom was so pissed the year he bought The Christmas Poo plushes and put them in our stockings, lol. My youngest sister was like 5, she grew to not be able to sleep without that Poop, lol.
« Last Edit: April 02, 2019, 05:39:47 AM by ZukieRen »
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #40 on: April 02, 2019, 05:49:53 AM »

Breathed a huge sigh of relief last night.  I recently completed my first two R&P installs in Samurai diffs.  I had a pair of 4.30 TracKick front diffs sitting in the shop for a couple years before finally working up the courage to do it.  I removed the 3.73 stock gears from my Samurai carriers and put the 4.30's in along with a mini spool in one and a Lockrite in the other.  Finally got around to putting gear oil in last night and drove it up the road.  I was so relieved they didn't explode! :-)  My final drive ratio is about as close to perfect as I think I can get on the highway, now (4.16 tcase, 4.30 diffs, 31x10.50x15).  I'm around 4100-4200 RPM @ 65 MPH, which is about as fast as I ever want to go (I've done 85@4700 in it before the gear swap - I have no desire to ever go that fast in it again).  I can easily hit 70-75 if needed, but I won't be cruising there.

I actually think these gears may be quieter than before.  But, I had the top and doors off, so it was tough to tell.  I played a little in the yard in 4L climbing a wood pile.  Experienced my first ratcheting locker "pop."  That'll take a little getting used to and I'm sure Amy will yell at me that I've broken something every time it happens.  I can't wait to get it on the trails!
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #41 on: April 02, 2019, 06:15:45 AM »

So tired!
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #42 on: April 02, 2019, 06:27:11 AM »

Breathed a huge sigh of relief last night.  I recently completed my first two R&P installs in Samurai diffs.  I had a pair of 4.30 TracKick front diffs sitting in the shop for a couple years before finally working up the courage to do it.  I removed the 3.73 stock gears from my Samurai carriers and put the 4.30's in along with a mini spool in one and a Lockrite in the other.  Finally got around to putting gear oil in last night and drove it up the road.  I was so relieved they didn't explode! :-)  My final drive ratio is about as close to perfect as I think I can get on the highway, now (4.16 tcase, 4.30 diffs, 31x10.50x15).  I'm around 4100-4200 RPM @ 65 MPH, which is about as fast as I ever want to go (I've done 85@4700 in it before the gear swap - I have no desire to ever go that fast in it again).  I can easily hit 70-75 if needed, but I won't be cruising there.

I actually think these gears may be quieter than before.  But, I had the top and doors off, so it was tough to tell.  I played a little in the yard in 4L climbing a wood pile.  Experienced my first ratcheting locker "pop."  That'll take a little getting used to and I'm sure Amy will yell at me that I've broken something every time it happens.  I can't wait to get it on the trails!
Sweet, nice work!!!
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #43 on: April 02, 2019, 06:37:44 AM »

Breathed a huge sigh of relief last night.  I recently completed my first two R&P installs in Samurai diffs.  I had a pair of 4.30 TracKick front diffs sitting in the shop for a couple years before finally working up the courage to do it.  I removed the 3.73 stock gears from my Samurai carriers and put the 4.30's in along with a mini spool in one and a Lockrite in the other.  Finally got around to putting gear oil in last night and drove it up the road.  I was so relieved they didn't explode! :-)  My final drive ratio is about as close to perfect as I think I can get on the highway, now (4.16 tcase, 4.30 diffs, 31x10.50x15).  I'm around 4100-4200 RPM @ 65 MPH, which is about as fast as I ever want to go (I've done 85@4700 in it before the gear swap - I have no desire to ever go that fast in it again).  I can easily hit 70-75 if needed, but I won't be cruising there.

I actually think these gears may be quieter than before.  But, I had the top and doors off, so it was tough to tell.  I played a little in the yard in 4L climbing a wood pile.  Experienced my first ratcheting locker "pop."  That'll take a little getting used to and I'm sure Amy will yell at me that I've broken something every time it happens.  I can't wait to get it on the trails!

Swap your 4.3 with the 5.125 and that is my set up. That and I only have a locker in the rear (Spartan). When I first installed the locker that ratcheting really got to me. It is parked now but that nervousness continued to the last day I drove it. I hope I can repair it soon and get it on the road for the summer.
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Re: April All Ready?
« Reply #44 on: April 02, 2019, 06:50:29 AM »

So tired!

What are you picking? Congrats!

I'd go hybrid swap from what I hear
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