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Old 04-12-2013, 09:06 AM
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I think that's a two bagger,when my son was in school one of his friends mother would bring him to school in a Pacer ,he would actually have a paper bag on his head with eye holes,if his younger brother would ride they both would wear one ,So this is a two bagger one for the driver one for THE CAR.

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Old 04-12-2013, 09:11 AM
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What gear ratio would you run with these wheels.
So ya know like this dude he's like whut geer raysho ya run with those wheels and I'm like whuts that and he's like ya know whut reer geer and I'm like whuts a reer geer and he's like totally talkin in some kinda code about 323 and 411 or sum numbers like that and ya know like whats that all about and I'm just so totally tuning him out 'cuz ya know he's like just so jealous of my bling wheels and he's like so totally insecure and hes like so clueless cause he like so totally just doesn't get it......
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Old 04-12-2013, 09:19 AM
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So ya know like this dude he's like whut geer raysho ya run with those wheels and I'm like whuts that and he's like ya know whut reer geer and I'm like whuts a reer geer and he's like totally talkin in some kinda code about 323 and 411 or sum numbers like that and ya know like whats that all about and I'm just so totally tuning him out 'cuz ya know he's like just so jealous of my bling wheels and he's like so totally insecure and hes like so clueless cause he like so totally just doesn't get it......
Dave, you where talking to him too....I finally got it out of him...he's got 1288.1 in a Detroit Locker...not to good out of the hole but top end is great...LOL

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Old 04-12-2013, 09:41 AM
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at least this one is well thought out

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Old 04-12-2013, 09:45 AM
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there seems to be a repeating theme here





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What gear ratio would you run with these wheels.
I would get a 9 inch Ford rear. Remove the diff cover, weld the spider gears up and then weld the pinion gear to the ring gear. I would then fill it with a good grade of mortar mix. God forbid that thing would ever leave my garage.....
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at least this one is well thought out

Well thought out?...LOL...I hope it's fuel injected...can you imagine setting the floats on a Carb on that thing....filling up the tank must be a lot cheaper than most cars...you could probably only get it half full at that angle.

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Old 04-12-2013, 10:24 AM
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Donīt they call them "whips" too ?
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Old 04-12-2013, 10:38 AM
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My Peterbilt is jealous of those shiny stacks....
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My Peterbilt is jealous of those shiny stacks....
The stacks are worth more than the car.
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Without going thru all the pages, not sure if this was shown before, Allison aircraft engine in it.
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The Allison-engined one makes a LOT more sense than any Donk/whip I've ever seen! (not that I'm saying that IT is great either, but in comparison....)
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LOLOL, never even thought of that! LOL, 4.56:1 would be HIGH gears with wheels like that! LOLOL

Of course, do you really want to go faster than 25 mph with those friggin things?

Brian
I've got the perfect gears here for those idiot rims ; 7.39:1 in my old International R130.
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Might be the wrong thread, I like it!

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