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 1356 / 1356 doubler 
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Post 1356 / 1356 doubler
started the ball rolling and ordered the kit from duffy.
getting the front case from my brother for free....

things left
figure how to get the shifter around the first box.
drive shafts remade
front fuel tank will need to be shortened or removed
need to get a big rig splitter switch and air cylinder to engage the range box.

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May 17th, 2011, 11:32 am
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You would use a air cylinder to engage the box... :mrgreen:

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May 17th, 2011, 11:47 am
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Dan90FSB wrote:
You would use a air cylinder to engage the box... :mrgreen:

easier than a second stick

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lol gave up on not wanting to change your cross members? I'm still surprised with your large vehicle that you didn't want the option to disable to rear and front independently.
drkhrs925 wrote:
Dan90FSB wrote:
You would use a air cylinder to engage the box... :mrgreen:

easier than a second stick

Morse cable like Amanda and I are using?

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May 17th, 2011, 3:27 pm
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expensive... I think I'm just going to build a big U in the link I'll figure it out when I see the lay of the t-cases.

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May 17th, 2011, 4:32 pm
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Kit arrive yet?

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not yet,,, giving it two weeks

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goodluck! took my buddy a year to his ranger doubler....

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what I've heard is that if its already made its just shipping.... but if your waiting for a design / new product your screwed... No matter what he is building its always "next month"

I will be bugging duff Monday if its not here tonight or Saturday.

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drkhrs925 wrote:
what I've heard is that if its already made its just shipping.... but if your waiting for a design / new product your screwed... No matter what he is building its always "next month"

I will be bugging duff Monday if its not here tonight or Saturday.

I'm seeing what you mean. no charge on my credit card,,, no answer on his phone number and his voice mail is full. gonna have to push him if I want one. I used to work for a guy like this once.

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So it's Monday- what's the good word??

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akx wrote:
So it's Monday- what's the good word??

look up

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drkhrs925 wrote:
akx wrote:
So it's Monday- what's the good word??

look up

:banghead: Der. 2 minutes too late.

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June 6th, 2011, 9:32 pm
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Post Re: 1356 / 1356 doubler
Check it out
http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/sho ... p?t=196233
is this the same joker that never call you back. Obviously theses guys haven't done the research on the company or the ratios they will get yet.


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Who's the new guy? That's not what his face (Duffy?) from pirates. All I can say is Jeds shipped my in a reasonable amount of time. Dave have you heard back yet / got your kit yet?

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