Instead of spending money on a fusible link, they should use their money towards some heavy duty axles. Almost as dumb as warn's hub fuse.MOGXJ44 said:Would you rather break a ring and pinion, u-joint, or stub shaft that seizes to the spindle? Not everybody has Dana 60's and 14 bolts.
definitly not for a trail rig. those are used a lot in the farming world behind PTO's so you cant engage the PTO at too high of a speed causing a gearbox on something to blow up. saw a guy weld one up on a shredder then had the tractor at about 3/4 of the RPM range and engage the PTO for the shredder, he ended up almost being killed by the gears from the gearbox coming through the window of the cab on the tractor.MOGXJ44 said:
I second that, but one thing you can do is go easy on the skinny pedal untill you have enough $$$ to build your shit up, and put your money in your driveline first, not your engine its worked for me pretty well.Todd W said:This exact same thing has been discussed before.
And while you may be able to predict the torque your DS will take you can't count for the stop/go jerky motion of hopping, slipping, or ripping through the rocks with torque going from 0 to a BUNCH really fast..