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Here ya go Mark...it's Tyson, obviously...

Keep in mind, this is a "Loaner" bar for now...my buddy welded a tab on the third mounting point, the lower shock bolt.
This tab was welded and mocked up on a bare arm on a Friday night (buddy has same one) for a Saturday afternoon test and tune....

When I get my actual arm, I'll get it PC'd and get you pictures of the bracket and arm...



 

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QUOTE (kawiking @ May 23 2008, 08:34 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=864i didnt know u ran a drag axle.... lucky dog

It'll be for sale soon, CHEAP!! You want?
I have to have a buddy chuck it up to make sure it's straight.
My bros that went to Gilbert said the back left tire wobbled a lot at speed, but the hub very well could've been loose.

I ran it a few weeks ago in sand and couldn't feel a thing, and...the track we ride at is pretty hard packed at the big end.

If it's straight, I'll sell it. If it's not, I'll post the runout specs and lower the price.

I'm going to a JJ&A Style axle soon....
 

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so... ur bike ran 2nd place on a wobbly tire...


heck .. yea thats what im talkin about !! lol


thats prob 2 hp right there....
 

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QUOTE (kawiking @ May 23 2008, 10:15 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=883so... ur bike ran 2nd place on a wobbly tire...


heck .. yea thats what im talkin about !! lol


thats prob 2 hp right there....

LOL...I think you could've tied a hand behind Frank's back...he just had a good rhythm going on...I owe it all to him.

It's an LSR axle. They're very nice, you have to keep on the set/lock screws for the hubs. If they loosen up, they wear the splines a bit. Two easy fixes, machine a larger slot for the pinch area, or use a little epoxy on them to cushion it.
Obviously, the expoxy route can make it very difficult to remove them.

I like the axle, but I'm ready for a gun drilled JJ&A style....
 

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QUOTE (dajogejr @ May 23 2008, 03:43 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=858Here ya go Mark...it's Tyson, obviously...

Keep in mind, this is a "Loaner" bar for now...my buddy welded a tab on the third mounting point, the lower shock bolt.
This tab was welded and mocked up on a bare arm on a Friday night (buddy has same one) for a Saturday afternoon test and tune....

When I get my actual arm, I'll get it PC'd and get you pictures of the bracket and arm...
What is the phone number I have to call to buy one?

I am guessing what that front mount really wants is a forked set of mounting tabs to slide over the outside of wither side of the shock mount.
 

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QUOTE (dajogejr @ May 23 2008, 07:20 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=885LOL...I think you could've tied a hand behind Frank's back...he just had a good rhythm going on...I owe it all to him.

It's an LSR axle. They're very nice, you have to keep on the set/lock screws for the hubs. If they loosen up, they wear the splines a bit. Two easy fixes, machine a larger slot for the pinch area, or use a little epoxy on them to cushion it.
Obviously, the expoxy route can make it very difficult to remove them.

I like the axle, but I'm ready for a gun drilled JJ&A style....
A gun drilled axle from Jeff is the only way to go. Plus, Sandy and Jeff are awesome folks!
 
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