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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-12-2009, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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Need some help

let see if anyone knows the weight's this will help me out allot
weight of motor complete with clutch
weight of front diff
wight of rear diff
weight of all 4 +6 axial and cv's.....a shop should know this from shipping
weight of drive lines


why you ask... if i find out it all adds up to about 500lbs ...subaru with the new 4 speed mendeola with paddle shift.... all ready have the motor out of a WRX.. and with out the fuel tank and some bed work it will fit with out messing with the seats or center cover...now I will be able to still ride along side MOPAR

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let see if anyone knows the weight's this will help me out allot
weight of motor complete with clutch
weight of front diff
wight of rear diff
weight of all 4 +6 axial and cv's.....a shop should know this from shipping
weight of drive lines


why you ask... if i find out it all adds up to about 500lbs ...subaru with the new 4 speed mendeola with paddle shift.... all ready have the motor out of a WRX.. and with out the fuel tank and some bed work it will fit with out messing with the seats or center cover...now I will be able to still ride along side MOPAR
complete rhino motor is 140 lbs



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with that motor terry....i dont think that weight would even be an issue right?!
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with that motor terry....i don't think that weight would even be an issue right?!
yes it is if I add to much wight will have to redo the hole frame and I want it to look like a real rhino not a sand car with rhino shit....

complete rhino motor is 140 lbs
relay thats all

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I have thought about this for about a year now....my fab guy just left this just might work

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SO as of this morning my rhino is of to do some cage work ... The cage must be part of the frame now for strength and suport...we think the fuel cell should be in front like where the front diff is.any ideas on this?.we will have a mock up trans Wednesday to see if we are right on the measurements..some advice if anyone has thought of this or tried something like this would be nice bad or good lets here it.....

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Terry your crazy
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now I will be able to still ride along side MOPAR
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SO as of this morning my rhino is of to do some cage work ... The cage must be part of the frame now for strength and suport...we think the fuel cell should be in front like where the front diff is.any ideas on this?.we will have a mock up trans Wednesday to see if we are right on the measurements..some advice if anyone has thought of this or tried something like this would be nice bad or good lets here it.....

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Hey Terry ya need to check this out. Ya might want to go with this.


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