Gold Coast, Queensland
I need a cush drive, thinking of using a front hub as a rear. I will be very interested to see what you come up with.
Just using the hub as a mold, since it's there. I'll get the hardware together on the carrier, mix and pour the urethane and let it set. It'll pop out and have the shape of the interior of the hub. The hub is held tight by the axle, so it really just needs to be held from spinning.trek97 said:OH OK now I get it. Missed filling the cavity w the urethane part. 8)
Let's hope so. I wonder if heat is a culprit to failure. I have two versions for a CB750- a newer and older version. Both still do well. If this doesn't work, then there will be a version 2 made from the sensors out a Toyota 22re distributor and a GM HEI module.crazypj said:Personally I didn't have very good luck with Dyna, it failed on the 'rear' pick up after about 3 months. It was the earlier version though so maybe your results will be better?