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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: Lil Sahara 2018 Fall trip - Oct 21 - 27
« Last post by dsrace on October 17, 2018, 11:31:56 AM »
 LMAO rofl :)
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: Lil Sahara 2018 Fall trip - Oct 21 - 27
« Last post by fabr on October 17, 2018, 10:43:15 AM »
I'll have 3 days for our fleas  to tear it up before you get there.  ;) :nw
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: Lil Sahara 2018 Fall trip - Oct 21 - 27
« Last post by dsrace on October 17, 2018, 09:39:39 AM »
well if the weather stays warmer and the sand fleas dont destroy the sand before we get there......this should be a damn good trip!
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: Lil Sahara 2018 Fall trip - Oct 21 - 27
« Last post by dsrace on October 17, 2018, 08:48:09 AM »
budlight i will bring some firewood but not too much. i need room for fuel and smoker. i'll drop it at your fire ring as you can host the fires  ;D ;D whille we pretty up your coach  again rofl rofl LMAO LMAO
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: Lil Sahara 2018 Fall trip - Oct 21 - 27
« Last post by dsrace on October 17, 2018, 08:47:12 AM »
a lot of truth in that statement deranged  ;) ;)
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: Lil Sahara 2018 Fall trip - Oct 21 - 27
« Last post by deranged on October 17, 2018, 08:28:38 AM »
sounds like you have a decent to do list too! if its dark when you get there, i would pass on a first timer night ride  ;)     i wont even go out the first night i get there, but thats prob because its usually 1 am or later when i get there :D     

so not sure what kind of clutch cable system your running but, when i was building them, i eliminated the cables by mounting hydraulic slave cylinders right to the arm on the clutch case. easy to do then, all hydraulic from there one. just make sure you build a clutch pedal stop so you don't over throw it.

This 750 clutch cable has to last until Nov-1 and the new Busa has a hydraulic unit that I will be doing a foot clutch.  My old car, I did a Willwood MC and built a stop in to keep it from over throwing. 

Clutch is fully operational.   :s send it!

bring a spare  ;D hate to miss out on any fun over that!
I'm going to look around for spare cables and ends, just in case.  I won't let a clutch cable spoil my fun!  No need for a clutch to shift!  HAA
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Motor and Drivetrain / Re: 091, SAID NO MORE. !!!
« Last post by dsrace on October 17, 2018, 07:03:29 AM »
then show up  ;D ;D rofl rofl
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: Lil Sahara 2018 Fall trip - Oct 21 - 27
« Last post by dsrace on October 17, 2018, 07:03:01 AM »
sounds like you have a decent to do list too! if its dark when you get there, i would pass on a first timer night ride  ;)     i wont even go out the first night i get there, but thats prob because its usually 1 am or later when i get there :D     

so not sure what kind of clutch cable system your running but, when i was building them, i eliminated the cables by mounting hydraulic slave cylinders right to the arm on the clutch case. easy to do then, all hydraulic from there one. just make sure you build a clutch pedal stop so you don't over throw it.

This 750 clutch cable has to last until Nov-1 and the new Busa has a hydraulic unit that I will be doing a foot clutch.  My old car, I did a Willwood MC and built a stop in to keep it from over throwing. 

Clutch is fully operational.   :s send it!

bring a spare  ;D hate to miss out on any fun over that!
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: Lil Sahara 2018 Fall trip - Oct 21 - 27
« Last post by dsrace on October 17, 2018, 07:02:29 AM »
If my trailer didn't have such a steep incline,  I wouldn't use one either. I've been using a hand winch, and it sucks.  I need to plumb in a hydraulic brake lock on the rail, so that I can just drive up and lock the brakes.  As it currently is, leaving it in gear won't keep it from rolling backwards.

not sure what kind of trailer you have that is so steep that the rail is rolling through the compression. or are you talking about parking on the ramps and then winching it on? got a pic? you have me curious now.

It was a boat trailer that I modified into a tilt bed.  7 x 10.5 top deck, single axle. It's close to a 40° incline. The long ram jack is effortless to operate. It turned out better than I had anticipated.

I'll take a photo tomorrow.

yes post a pic, sounds interesting.
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: Lil Sahara 2018 Fall trip - Oct 21 - 27
« Last post by deranged on October 17, 2018, 06:42:18 AM »
sounds like you have a decent to do list too! if its dark when you get there, i would pass on a first timer night ride  ;)     i wont even go out the first night i get there, but thats prob because its usually 1 am or later when i get there :D     

so not sure what kind of clutch cable system your running but, when i was building them, i eliminated the cables by mounting hydraulic slave cylinders right to the arm on the clutch case. easy to do then, all hydraulic from there one. just make sure you build a clutch pedal stop so you don't over throw it.

This 750 clutch cable has to last until Nov-1 and the new Busa has a hydraulic unit that I will be doing a foot clutch.  My old car, I did a Willwood MC and built a stop in to keep it from over throwing. 

Clutch is fully operational.   :s send it!
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