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Old April 3rd, 2013, 05:16 PM   #21
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Old April 3rd, 2013, 06:19 PM   #23
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Wow a peeing contest.

Back on topic with the 419 axles please.
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Old April 3rd, 2013, 06:22 PM   #24
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Wow a peeing contest.

Back on topic with the 419 axles please.
oh sorry, i have a hard time taking anything you say seriously....

do you plan to have some sort of brake fluid cooling radiators as well?
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Old April 3rd, 2013, 07:11 PM   #25
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You could use a on-board nitrogen system to air up your tires and charge your shocks, and route small amounts of it to the hubs to keep them cool.

Also, you could gently pressurize the axles themselves for when you are in water or crossing oceans with your rig to keep out water.

You could also incorporate an airbag system using superior nitrogen to change the ride hieght for 29" tires for your 1000+ mile road trips you are taking with your roofless buggy, then at the trail you could switch to 54" tires (of course using nitrogen to power air tools)

Wait- on second thought instead of nitrogen you could do all of this with your custom propane system, using your unique set up with 4 BBQ grill tanks that hold 30 gallons each and tuck neatly along the frame, out of the way and inaccessable. But you definatly need to wrap the entire thing in space age uhmw plastic. With two transmissions, but mount the second one backwards so that the driveshafts won't spin too fast. Oh and make them obsolete old transmissions with no syncromeshing so that you have to stop to shift. But it won't matter because your disel propane engine will have unlimited torque for power, but low horsepower so parts will not break and you will get 67.36667 MPG at 57 mph as long as the headwind does not increase to more than 17 mph.

Oh and you need windshiel wipers on the ouside and inside of all windows because once in 1987 something got on a window and you couldn't see out.

And you need four headlights, two round and two rectangular because you need to study what are better. But they will all have high and low beams and now you need a second alternator, but it will run off the flywheel and be explosion proof. And also now you need a fifth headlight centered at the base of the windshield. And a third and fourth brake light, and indicator lights so you know that the brake lights are working. and a pre-heater for the radiator so it doesn't get too cold.
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[QUOTE=Muttly;3361433]You could use a on-board nitrogen system to air up your tires and charge your shocks, and route small amounts of it to the hubs to keep them cool.

Also, you could gently pressurize the axles themselves for when you are in water or crossing oceans with your rig to keep out water.

You could also incorporate an airbag system using superior nitrogen to change the ride hieght for 29" tires for your 1000+ mile road trips you are taking with your roofless buggy, then at the trail you could switch to 54" tires (of course using nitrogen to power air tools)

Wait- on second thought instead of nitrogen you could do all of this with your custom propane system, using your unique set up with 4 BBQ grill tanks that hold 30 gallons each and tuck neatly along the frame, out of the way and inaccessable. But you definatly need to wrap the entire thing in space age uhmw plastic. With two transmissions, but mount the second one backwards so that the driveshafts won't spin too fast. Oh and make them obsolete old transmissions with no syncromeshing so that you have to stop to shift. But it won't matter because your disel propane engine will have unlimited torque for power, but low horsepower so parts will not break and you will get 67.36667 MPG at 57 mph as long as the headwind does not increase to more than 17 mph.

Oh and you need windshiel wipers on the ouside and inside of all windows because once in 1987 something got on a window and you couldn't see out.

And you need four headlights, two round and two rectangular because you need to study what are better. But they will all have high and low beams and now you need a second alternator, but it will run off the flywheel and be explosion proof. And also now you need a fifth headlight centered at the base of the windshield. And a third and fourth brake light, and indicator lights so you know that the brake lights are working. and a pre-heater for the radiator so it doesn't get

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You could use a on-board nitrogen system to air up your tires and charge your shocks, and route small amounts of it to the hubs to keep them cool.

Also, you could gently pressurize the axles themselves for when you are in water or crossing oceans with your rig to keep out water.

You could also incorporate an airbag system using superior nitrogen to change the ride hieght for 29" tires for your 1000+ mile road trips you are taking with your roofless buggy, then at the trail you could switch to 54" tires (of course using nitrogen to power air tools)

Wait- on second thought instead of nitrogen you could do all of this with your custom propane system, using your unique set up with 4 BBQ grill tanks that hold 30 gallons each and tuck neatly along the frame, out of the way and inaccessable. But you definatly need to wrap the entire thing in space age uhmw plastic. With two transmissions, but mount the second one backwards so that the driveshafts won't spin too fast. Oh and make them obsolete old transmissions with no syncromeshing so that you have to stop to shift. But it won't matter because your disel propane engine will have unlimited torque for power, but low horsepower so parts will not break and you will get 67.36667 MPG at 57 mph as long as the headwind does not increase to more than 17 mph.

Oh and you need windshiel wipers on the ouside and inside of all windows because once in 1987 something got on a window and you couldn't see out.

And you need four headlights, two round and two rectangular because you need to study what are better. But they will all have high and low beams and now you need a second alternator, but it will run off the flywheel and be explosion proof. And also now you need a fifth headlight centered at the base of the windshield. And a third and fourth brake light, and indicator lights so you know that the brake lights are working. and a pre-heater for the radiator so it doesn't get too cold.
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