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Were you able to make sense of my measurements Greystreak?
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Yes, yes, yes... thank you very much. If you have looked at my most recent thread about gearing math you will understand why making the switch to the 205 could be in my future. The measurements will make getting modified drive shafts simple. If I go to the 205 I might as well do it right away since I will have to have them modified anyway.
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Yes, yes, yes... thank you very much. If you have looked at my most recent thread about gearing math you will understand why making the switch to the 205 could be in my future. The measurements will make getting modified drive shafts simple. If I go to the 205 I might as well do it right away since I will have to have them modified anyway.
Greystreak have you ever finished this yet?
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