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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 08-07-2007, 06:16 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know of a 2 wheel drive 4R100 billet output shaft?

Seems the factory one is a bit weak.

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are you gloating?

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Not really,just cost me 800.00 to get it and the rear pinion replaced on the bench.
on the positive side it takes a fair amount of power to break one

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Isn't he always?

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Not really,just cost me 800.00 to get it and the rear pinion replaced on the bench.
on the positive side it takes a fair amount of power to break one
That sucks.

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Re: Billet output shaft

A 2wd with enough power to break the output shaft?

To have the shaft made is just a phone call away.No matter who sells or say
they make the 300m shafts they all come from one guy.He is a very good friend of mine and I have tested all the ford and dodge shafts for him.The
stock shaft in a load cell took 1200fpt to break.The 300m shaft for the 4wd
broke the holding fixture at 2200fpt. I just had some new shafts made for
Maddog. Maddog has broke the 300m shafts in the past.The new ones are in testing and time will tell.


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Does anyone know of a 2 wheel drive 4R100 billet output shaft?

Seems the factory one is a bit weak.
Try these goat ropers! http://www.transmissioncenter.net/e4od.htm

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I like their tripledisc converter. For 844$ you get a stock unit! The billet version is no better. Imported front cover and same stock triple disc clutch
that ford has used since 1997 in all powerstrokes.But they can advertise
they have a billet converter! So does countless other companies. There is
a difference in quality!

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Hell for 944 i got my pi.

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