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Unread 05-06-2009, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default Rear end dropping for the Beast

Any pointers for removing the rear axle/differential/motor? Anything to watch out for when removing the brake lines? I'm installing 6:1 gears and the Beast motor. Need to remove the entire rear axle to make it easier (also to give it to a shop if I mess things up). Going to tackle it tonight. Maybe I'll just put the motor in first and do wheelies up and down the street before putting in the 6:1 gears
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Unread 05-06-2009, 05:38 PM   #2
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aww come on do the wheelies and take some videos for posting
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Unread 05-06-2009, 06:09 PM   #3
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Wheelies first......I agree with Oxford.....Let's see 'em.....
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Ex, pull the motor first. It'll make it easier to remove the axle. The weight of the motor makes the axle want to flip when ya unbolt the springs...
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Or just do a bunch of wheelies and it'll eventually come out on its own...
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Ex hasnt been back since that post a couple hours ago...I bet he's ripped that axle out with no wheelie videos
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Ex hasnt been back since that post a couple hours ago...I bet he's ripped that axle out with no wheelie videos
Maybe he's out doin' wheelies... We can only hope...
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*fingers crossed*.....Wheelie....Wheelie......
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Ex, pull the motor first. It'll make it easier to remove the axle. The weight of the motor makes the axle want to flip when ya unbolt the springs...
yup, THUD! Did that months ago when doing the rear lift.


Going in the garage now to put the Beast in! Then...

WHEELIES, WHEELIES< WHEELIES, (announced to the tune of a monster truck announcer)

...so how do I post vids of this? 'cause you know something will go wrong,
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Unread 05-06-2009, 09:01 PM   #10
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Ha Dirty Might be a new racer here,Lets see what that new motor will do ?
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