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35 minutes ago, mjotrainbrain said:

I can click those links and see the pics, but in neither thread can I see your most recent embedded photos (and scrolling up I notice I can't see all of your previous photos anymore, although a good number of them I can).  Personally I use Imgur (because it's been around long enough that I trust it to continue to stick around), people use other sites with great success (I believe Flickr is another one; just don't use PhotoBucket!).

 

That rig looks like a beast in the pics with the big tires bolted on!  Any driveshaft binding when rolling it around?

dang.. it's weird because I can see them all.

 

I haven't built the driveshaft yet, but I'm confident it won't bind. The front will more than likely get a CV joint by the axle and a cardan joint at the tcase. 

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maybe these will work..

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sleeved and extended the driveshaft about 3.5"

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Why did you have to weld two pieces in?

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On 6/21/2019 at 9:19 AM, XPLORx4 said:

Why did you have to weld two pieces in?

I originally added one piece in and then realized I forgot to keep the u joints in phase, so it was cut and put back together in phase. 

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This is fantastic. Out of my scope but amazing work! 

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On 6/26/2019 at 8:14 PM, jlduthie said:

This is fantastic. Out of my scope but amazing work! 

Thank you. I'm no pro or have I ever done something like this before. It's a learning experience for sure. 

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Finally got it moving on its own power.. Pretty excited!

 

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Honestly as long as you’re hauling that thing to the trail then you have a cool toy that’ll probably hold its own out there. When do you plan on putting it through its paces?

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I have no idea. I'm just doing one thing at a time for now. I need to get back under it and finish welding all the spots I couldn't reach before while it was in the shed, and finish the small things first

 

 

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