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    20-11-10 Shredders
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    Proto....your cv flanges on the center carrier,using the cap screw to hold it on the spline shaft....I want to go with a similar idea and I think bugpac is using it too.....Is one side right hand thread and one left hand thread?? I think that loctite would hold the cap screw from backing out??
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    *No left hand screws, just 3/8 cap screws with loctite. Loctite is a must Use the hi strength(red) not the medium
    During one of the very 1st test drives before the car was torn down for powdercoat. The sprocket side bolt came loose during a burnout on pavement, and droppped the sprocket and cv, chain etc during very high RPMs. Tore up a few things. Thats how we learn [smilie=banghead.gif]
    There was no locktite on the bolts, cause we were just going to do a short test session and then send to powder.
    Have not had any problems since.
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    You might consider safety wiring the bolts also. *Even if they come loose, they can't back out when wired.
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    Awesome buggy proto When can we expect plans? Looks like its goin 100 mph standin still! Keep up the great work. * * G
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    k-fab.....not really any room in there for wire....I thought about a small set screw between them drill and tap (between cap screw and flange)in place then install small set screw with loctite....cant back out...a thought...
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    Computers been down, sorry for the slow response.
    Wire would be good, but tough to do in this spot. Not sayin it can't be done. Just need a 90 degree hole next to the cap screw head to loop the wire thru. *
    *If the set screw is to lock the bolt in, this would also be hard to do with the flanges I am making.
    For now I will rely on the locktite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gman\";p=\"26202
    Awesome buggy proto When can we expect plans? Looks like its goin 100 mph standin still! Keep up the great work. * * G
    Gman thanks. * Not sure on the plans timing, I have dimensioned prints for about 75% of the build right now. The design is all in 3D so I just get my dimensions off the design when needed. I also need to quit tweekin the design to finish the plans.
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