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man it took me 7 hours each flange to make the 9" 1410 series flanges for steve out there at avalanche - hope i made it in time for farmington man i tried - there on my site if anyone is interested in what they look like- damn shame to have the ship them 1 hour after i finished them- still hot even-if some one can post a pic i'd be thankfull-Jess
 

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Here ya go....



"This Is The Ford 9" flange I custom Made From a 5 1/2 " solid piece of steel so we could run 1410 series and an 8 bolt construction -on the ASSASSIN for AVALANCHE of bayfeild (Steve Rumor) they took me 7 hours each to complete we had a pile of lathe chips 3 feet tall when we were done- the portal diff has gotten my attention -very unique design"



 

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Those are cool looking. Really nice machining work. Do you use a digital lathe for that?
 

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My Lathe is whats called a read printice off a navy ship its a damn work horse- no digital though- JEss
 

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Sure sounds to me like your the workhorse Jess!
 

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had the splines broached for this one- the 9" splines are rare becuase ford had rights to there yokes for years and after so many years they had to let after market in- so it was a struggle to get the splines broached -
 

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That thing just looks BEEFY!What other axles do you make the 1410 flanges for?

What angle will it go too?

Thanks

later <IMG SRC="smilies/jeep1.gif" border="0">
 

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toyota - most- and the dana 44 - dana 300 - and a few others max angle is 36 degree's on this- jess
 

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Originally posted by BillaVista:
<STRONG>Jess,

Tech question: - Why the alternating, 2 nuts one side, then 2 the other etc?

Sweet looking work - You've got some skill!

Bill</STRONG>
think ive got the answer.....try putting a bolt through a hole when there are u-joint ears in the way
 

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Way to go Jess! Thats customer service!!

Good luck to everyone in ARCA, our kid ( HE HE Keith <IMG SRC="smilies/wink.gif" border="0"> ) will be there, im sure well see good action!!

[ 09-26-2001: Message edited by: Jesus Chio ]
 

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hmm, i was thinking a 1350 joint would look big on a 9, maybe i will go with a 1410 one day for it and sell my 1350
 

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that's it - ears are so huge there in the way for bolts-
Chuckle :) Yea - I figured that...but why don't they all go in that way then? No big deal - I was just wondering if there was some reason? I figure it would balance more easily with them all one way, but maybe not, and probably in this application it doesn't matter. Oh well - no biggie.
 
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