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Old 14th December 2009, 17:00   #286
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.... we had turned the entire axle a bit before rewelding the leaf supports on top of it...

Ah - So this is what Arjun meant when he said to me that you had done 'something' in place of a traction bar - but he cldnd put it in words. Thats a very nice idea Allan, awaiting to see how much wrap that mod can avoid...
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Congrats on your wonderful off-roader, arjunrudra

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guys please help me name the jeep.
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after the OTR of 13th Dec 2009, i think you should name it Fanta4x4 or FANTAstic4x4 (along the lines of the movie Fantastic Four)

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...I would sincerely thank Allan & Arjun for showing us an alternate route to re-powering JEEPS .

What amazed me was the quality of the build especially the Engine and Gear Box work....
arjunrudra and xtreme power, you guys can give yourselves a really big pat on the back ...such words from Arka are not easy to get.

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major axle wrap was taken care of as we had turned the entire axle a bit before rewelding the leaf supports on top of it,
but as a preventive measure an axle wrap bar upon designing and completion on my orangie shall be send to arjun as well
Hi Allan,

Rotating the diff improves drive line axle.

You had suitably stiffed the leaf springs, that is what cut the wrap 80%.

Another trick is to make Longer Leaf Spring Perches (Leaf Support) Front & Rear Axles to reduce axle wrap.

The Catch is with the Front Axle Drive Line angle, if you cut and rotate then it will change the King Pin Inclination & Caster, and you will have to rotate the knuckles.

Cutting and Turning

The Ideal way is to push the engine gearbox assy back by 6-8 inches,

or use the MM FC Van Front Diff Housing they are angled for SPOA.

Axle Wrap - BamBar - Ultimate Anti-Wrap Solution - Jeepaholics Anonymous

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Arka

PS - You are a professional; First Safety and then Reliability.
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Could someone please explain what is SPOA and SUA?
I have read these terms plenty on the forum, but don;t know what they are.
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Could someone please explain what is SPOA and SUA?
I have read these terms plenty on the forum, but don;t know what they are.
SPOA = Spring Perched Over Axles (as opposed to under them)

So as not to go OT in this thread, read, see and discuss more here : http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-te...arted-now.html

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SPOA = Spring Perched Over Axles (as opposed to under them)

So as not to go OT in this thread, read, see and discuss more here : http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-te...arted-now.html

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Thanks Rehaan. i am checking the link now.
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guys im finally back. ! Will post pictures of my first OTR soon .
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Thanks, please do...eagerly waiting for the same !
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here you go guys.This was my first OTR and I totally loved it.would like to thank everyone who came to the event especially vinod and arka for their help.
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guys im finally back. ! Will post pictures of my first OTR soon .
Atlast you are back ! Welcome Arjun !
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guys im finally back. ! Will post pictures of my first OTR soon .
cool dude! these pictures clearly portrays the fun you guys must have had on your recent OTR.
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Hey....you finally took the beast to the OTR. Congrats.
and its about time you tell people like me who cant wait to make a vehicle and start an OTR how it feels the first time around..hehehe
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I just read the entire thread now! PHEW! I'm lost for words! Great job Arjun and Allan.
And I understand you are a student Arjun(Just like me). What do you do? and it is great to see this kind of passion from you man!

Also, Many people have asked earlier. What were the costs involved? Do you not want to put up the break up so it will help others also have an idea if they can afford it. (Like me)!
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Old 14th January 2010, 16:29   #299
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Allan,..at just 25 you have reached a level few can manage that too with such grace, and humility !!

Having meet you in person (in Delhi ) you rocked man !!
Wishing you all the very best that life has to offer,....On and Off road.

Naveen
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Amazing pics Arjun. You might have had a blast off roading. The Jeep looks like it just eats away the terrains.

Nice Going Cheers
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