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Here is a tire and gear calculator i made in Microsoft excel. its in a zip file to upload it. Here you guys go. Compliments of Marcus L. Meche Inc. Click it down load it, run it. bam now you know how many rpms you are running. the program is self explanatory
 

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DeepSouth Gangster
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That, and www.4lo.com has a lot of calculators. And Randy's Ring and Pinion, www.ringpinion.com have a lot of stuff. Awsome Marcus. Did you ever get the 3rd members for the 'Yota squared away?
 

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I really need to get better with excel :(
Just think about how good you need to be to figgure out link placements, anti-squat, anti-dive, roll axis, roll center, etc.:insane:
 

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Just think about how good you need to be to figgure out link placements, anti-squat, anti-dive, roll axis, roll center, etc.:insane:
I have a spread sheet for that too. Although im not very good at it.
The 3rd is geared. Not picture perfect but runnable for the front
 

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I have a spread sheet for that too. Although im not very good at it.
The 3rd is geared. Not picture perfect but runnable for the front
I love Triaged's link calculator. I could just plug stuff into it for hours. Im getting better, but not good enough to build a system, yet.:crazy:
 

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No problemo, thats why i hosted it
 
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