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Old 12-23-2017, 12:42 PM   #76 (permalink)
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This was a really good thread. I have safari and google chrome and the pictures don't show up in either platform. Even right clicking and opening.....no dice.
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Old 12-23-2017, 04:00 PM   #77 (permalink)
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This was a really good thread. I have safari and google chrome and the pictures don't show up in either platform. Even right clicking and opening.....no dice.
pics all work great for me with firefox and the photobucket fix

have you installed the photobucket fix for chrome? i dont use it but saw a thread in chit chat that said there was one for chrome like there is firefox
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Old 01-15-2018, 10:50 AM   #78 (permalink)
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Great mod. Been beating on mine pretty good. No leaks, no loose nuts. To sum things up in one post, here are the part numbers...

hub studs - Dorman 675-109
ARP 12pt nuts - 300-8336
ARP flat washers - 200-8534
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Old 01-15-2018, 11:35 AM   #79 (permalink)
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We had fitment issues and had to get the hubs machined to work.

The spindles on the 14 bolt we have where short, so short that we couldn't get the spindle nuts on. Sunfire was surprised by this. We had to machine down 1/2" deeper on the race so we basically moved the bearing in enough so that there was enough thread to put the spindle nuts on.

It cost a few bills and really screwed us up on wms. We had already cut the front spider trax down to match the 14 bolts WMS. My new front end is now 1.5" narrower than the rear because of this.

It was an annoying issue and bugs me a high end front axle is wrong right out of the gate.
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sounds like you need different spindles....
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sounds like you need different spindles....
We considered that but time was too tight on KOH. It a product advertised for all 14 bolts. I hope sunfire adjusts the way the product is advertised. Others might not have the creativity and equipment to machine down the lip.
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Old 01-17-2018, 08:02 AM   #82 (permalink)
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Great mod. Been beating on mine pretty good. No leaks, no loose nuts. To sum things up in one post, here are the part numbers...

hub studs - Dorman 675-109
ARP 12pt nuts - 300-8336
ARP flat washers - 200-8534
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This was a really good thread. I have safari and google chrome and the pictures don't show up in either platform. Even right clicking and opening.....no dice.
Its good now
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awesome thread! any issues since?
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Old 07-09-2018, 12:44 PM   #85 (permalink)
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no issues so far with 650HP and 40 stickies.

all safety wired.
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I'm still going strong with 180hp and 42s.....jv is my back yard so it is good this far.

I have the fronts i need to do a write up on too....
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I'm still going strong with 180hp and 42s.....jv is my back yard so it is good this far.

I have the fronts i need to do a write up on too....
great write up!

I am running a 14B down in your HP range, not the 650 area. Did you notice any butt dyno improvement? Did the reduction in rotating mass free up some additional power? Was that a goal or was it just overall weight reduction? Or both?
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great write up!

I am running a 14B down in your HP range, not the 650 area. Did you notice any butt dyno improvement? Did the reduction in rotating mass free up some additional power? Was that a goal or was it just overall weight reduction? Or both?
Weight loss was my goal and for that it really delivered. I have noticed no change on the trail other than I might be able to get up some of the waterfalls better now? I can tell no difference in the desert either
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