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Old 02-03-2007, 08:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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atlas measurements?

i searched, but only got the specs on a 3-speed stak. does anyone have the case measurements of the width, height and most important, the distance from the center of the input shaft to the outside edge (i am talking about the line across the front yoke) of an atlas? thanx in advance, fellas.

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hope this helps- Jess http://highangledriveline.com/images/AA/atlas_dimm.jpg
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thanks jess, it looks like 14 inches from center to end.

patoyee, let me know if i am wrong. i appreciate the help, there's nothing like squeezing an atlas into a chassis made for yota cases.

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Old 02-03-2007, 11:43 PM   #5 (permalink)
 
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thanks jess, it looks like 14 inches from center to end.

patoyee, let me know if i am wrong. i appreciate the help, there's nothing like squeezing an atlas into a chassis made for yota cases.

thanks, holley
no kidding. Im doing that now and its going to be tight.
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Is it 14"?

I am thinking about taking the sawzall to my chassis to make one fit
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Old 03-21-2007, 11:25 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Is it 14"?

I am thinking about taking the sawzall to my chassis to make one fit
i made a template based on all the measurements from these posts and aa's info, and it was close, so i borrowed an atlas and it would not fit. i would have had to cut the upper and lower bars of my subframe, my entire lower bar that supports my lower link mounts, and the driveline would stick out the side of my buggy. no worky. in short, the subframe was never set up for an atlas in my rig. so, i slid a 300 in there with only 1" to spare.

good luck, i would have run an atlas if i could have.

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Holley,

The only way mine will fit is if I take out the reduction box. That will mean a 4 speed and that will mean an different transmission.

I think it may be worth it.

I am going to call Jim at Inchworm about the tranny.

I will only have to cut out the top bar on my subframe and if can be bent around the Atlas.
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you could offset the motor/trans/transfer to one side of the chassis to make it fit.
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Holley,

The only way mine will fit is if I take out the reduction box. That will mean a 4 speed and that will mean an different transmission.

I think it may be worth it.

I am going to call Jim at Inchworm about the tranny.

I will only have to cut out the top bar on my subframe and if can be bent around the Atlas.
i would definitely do it. could you run an R series tranny with the r-150 adapter from aa? i can't remember if that is possible or not. if one bar was the only thing for me, i would have done it. besides, i have waaaay too many levers in there right now.

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Fuggit, it is on order. Wish me luck.
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