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    Re: F1000 BEC maybe Vintage Brabham or Lotus body, CBR10000RR motor, Halp!
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    You can cut the axle up against the cv the roll cv around to get apart. But that means no reusing the axle to lengthen. What did axle/cv come from? Spline count of the axle?
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    I think it's a Blazer 2004 ish front axle. The inside fits my Torsen diff (27 or 28) and the outside is 27 or 28, which ever the inside is not. I was working on a jig to use a step in the axle as a push point and then use jack screws to pull it apart.

    I got distracted and have been working on my uprights and caliper brackets.
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    Happen to have other pics of that upright?It looks quite impressive.
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    I'm almost done with the uprights, I need a bottom tap for the 3/4-10, and I need to do the 3/8-16 holes in the top for a steering plate.

    Here I'm trying to decide if the bolt is merely huge or comically huge.

    The triangular pocket is for the wheel bearing hub to get the right offset from the rotor to the center of the caliper.
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    Left front.
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    In best Borat voice, "Success, I real man now!"

    But wow! I broke 5 splines off the end of the axle and extrude sheared the clip into three pieces. I assume that's not normal.

    On my jack screw press, the outside plate has a tapered hole and then I inserted 2 split cones to grab the step on the axle right there. Then 8 3/8 bolts pushed the two plates apart. No dramatic pop or anything, it just slowly pushed it apart.
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    Damn! I’ve never seen one go that badly.

    Fantastic tool engineering.
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