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Old 06-02-2009, 06:48 PM
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If you buy these SCS shiftable's you shouldn't have any worries...........These are what I bought for my rig.


Check out this link for a pair in Michigan.
Price new and it will shock you

http://www.offshoreonly.com/classifi...o27470-en.html


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Heres the ticket Bill!
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I had them in one of my Sutphens.

Good batteries + Good starters = No problem.

Just takes a little practice.
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Heres the ticket Bill!
Thanks BIG Daddy Some very Trick hardware
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TRANS CANT SHIFT WITH MOTOR RUNNING. GOTTA BE FAST WITH YOUR HANDS. RU SONIC JOHNNY FROM GROVERS?
I am Johnny with the Sonic from Grovers.......I see the confusion though........... you heading out to NY this year El Indio.......Johnny D..............

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You can probably buy Earls whole shop for what they want for those shiftable crashboxes. Just buy some stock in Huber and keep ordering them.

I think you are on the right track all ready.
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I thought Jimmy & Tyson were doing the 2 speed 2000 hp transmissions but i may be wrong
Jim and Tyson are doing the fine tuning on the 2 speed trannies in Freedom. I was in Freedom on Memorial Day weekend and they work great. Jim is very excited about them. They are just awesome around the docks with the lower gear. He is able to place that big Skater exactly where he wants too and if Jim can't break them, I do not think anyone will be able to. Talk to Jim about them and he can tell you exactly where they stand on them. I have been in Rare Breed's new ride with the crash boxes the last two weekends. They have not been a major problem, but you always have to plan ahead with them because it just takes longer to react when you have too.
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You can probably buy Earls whole shop for what they want for those shiftable crashboxes. Just buy some stock in Huber and keep ordering them.

I think you are on the right track all ready.
Send me the 72C you gots ,the boyz want to open one up and have a look see
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Send me the 72C you gots ,the boyz want to open one up and have a look see
You want one with a tail or one with a driveline? The driveline one aint sheap, but if you want a regular one, I can probably arrange something. The only difference is the housing. Guts are the same.
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You want one with a tail or one with a driveline? The driveline one aint sheap, but if you want a regular one, I can probably arrange something. The only difference is the housing. Guts are the same.
Lets see what happens in the morn BIG Daddy , i have a call into Randy @ Marine drive he may have 1 on the shelf to get us back out testing & tuning this weekend .
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Lets see what happens in the morn BIG Daddy , i have a call into Randy @ Marine drive he may have 1 on the shelf to get us back out testing & tuning this weekend .
My drive line is only good for about 800 hp. It's a huber 940 I think, but I would have to check the receipt from when I had it built.
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