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  1. #326 Re: OGDAK's 9" truss 02/01/2009 
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    @KDUB & jborushko, thanks

    Due to the fact that my sons soccergame was canceled this morning,
    I got the change to go pick up the bead_locks




    Sharp


    The inner bead-lock on the rim.


    Detail


    The outer bead_lock on the tire.




    Need the check out the fuctional difference for the smaller vs bigger washers.
    The bigger ones sure look better




    Preping, I think this is the first time I put a wire wheel to something brandnew.
    Amazing what a jeep can do to you.






    Whit washers M6 centered and made a clamp to fixate.


    To avoid warpage made 2 by 2 welds.




    Didn't have much practice on the tig, but these are the first to stay.


    So made a start, 5 to go.
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  2. #327 Re: OGDAK's 9" started on the Bead_Locks 02/07/2009 
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    nice work. Where'd you order the bead-locks from?
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  3. #328 Re: OGDAK's 9" started on the Bead_Locks 02/07/2009 
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    Quote Originally Posted by SOLITUDE View Post
    nice work. Where'd you order the bead-locks from?
    Thnx, after finishing the drawing, a friend had them cut at a fab. shop he works with.
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  4. #329 Re: OGDAK's Started on the Bead_Locks 02/07/2009 
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    I really liked how that truss turned out. If I had time and a plasma cutter i think I definitly would of tried to copy that. On the slider it would be kind of interesting to weld steel at a angle to create almost a boat side with it. I know it would suck for trying to get a high lift on it, but it would definitly slide along the rocks.
    93ish zj, d60s, 38.5 maxxis, and a bunch of other expensive parts to make them work.

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    Just read this thread start to finish, AWESOME!

    Your attention to detail and the patience you possess is inspiring.

    Keep up the good work.
    Neil R.

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  6. #331 Re: OGDAK's Started on the Bead_Locks 02/07/2009 
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    Quote Originally Posted by slim616 View Post
    I know it would suck for trying to get a high lift on it, but it would definitly slide along the rocks.
    Since i'm planning to replace the doors for tube, I think it will work to get a high-lift on. I'll measure later

    Quote Originally Posted by fortCollinsZJ View Post
    Just read this thread start to finish, AWESOME!

    Your attention to detail and the patience you possess is inspiring.

    Keep up the good work.
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  7. #332 Re: OGDAK's Started on the Bead_Locks 02/07/2009 
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    Quote Originally Posted by ogdak View Post
    I'll measure later
    never did, so today I just put the jack to it.




    Besides that I have not done anything to the "family car" in the past 6 months.
    The bead-locks were welded, and painted on the inside.
    Today I painted the outside the first time.










    I think the next progress posting will be less then 6 months.
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  8. #333 Re: OGDAK's Started on the Bead_Locks 02/07/2009 
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    Quote Originally Posted by ogdak View Post
    I think the next progress posting will be less then 6 months.

    Good!


    This build is one of my favorites, definitely my favorite off-the-continent build. The wheels look awesome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek33
    Its a jeep, it doesn't have to make sense.
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  9. #334 Re: OGDAK's Started on the Bead_Locks 02/07/2009 
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    Quote Originally Posted by dp96zj View Post
    This build is one of my favorites, definitely my favorite off-the-continent build. The wheels look awesome!
    Thanks, lol how many "off-the-continent builds" are there these day's
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  10. #335 Re: OGDAK's Started on the Bead_Locks 02/07/2009 
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    After putting 1 tire on the rim with a lot off force.
    For the next 4 I'll go to a tire shop.
    Started to tighten the outer with 8 bolts, but already after 2 turns it started to cone.




    The space between is 22 mm, not that weird that it cones, despite the fact that the bolt holes are only 5 mm from the edge.






    Time to make an anti coning ring, which is also gonna be a centering ring
    First attempt will be out off 22 mm MDF


    First round.




    After 4 rounds, I'm through.


    Perfect fit.


    Making 5 off them, saves a lott of time dialing in the mill.
    2 more for the outer diameter.
    When this fails, next try will be with PE.
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  11. #336 Re: OGDAK's More Bead_Locks 09/02/2009 
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    Lookin' good.

    It's always something isn't it.
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    Lube it or Loose it!

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  12. #337 Re: OGDAK's More Bead_Locks 09/02/2009 
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    Wait, so why are you using MDF on your wheels? Just a template I hope, that mdf is going to disintegrate when it gets wet.
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    Why MDF? cause it's easy to work with, off coarse it will be well painted.

    Quote Originally Posted by ogdak View Post
    When this fails, next try will be with PE.
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  14. #339 Re: OGDAK's Started on the Bead_Locks 02/07/2009 
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    Quote Originally Posted by ogdak View Post
    Why MDF? cause it's easy to work with, off coarse it will be well painted.
    In that case you may want to coat it with some epoxy formulated for immersion.
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  15. #340 Re: OGDAK's More Bead_Locks 09/02/2009 
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATL ZJ View Post
    Wait, so why are you using MDF on your wheels? Just a template I hope, that mdf is going to disintegrate when it gets wet.
    That's what I was thinking. Does the anti-coning ring have to have any "give" to it? Why not make it out of a narrow strip of steel just thinner than the bead of the tire, bent into a hoop and welded to the inner radius of the inner ring?
    Poetry in commotion.
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  16. #341 Re: OGDAK's More Bead_Locks 09/02/2009 
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    The reason why I want to go for the rings over the steel strip thing is that the will help to center the tire on the rim on the bead_lock side.
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  17. #342 Re: OGDAK's More Bead_Locks 09/02/2009 
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    @ ATL ZJ, you got me thinking, so it's a template after all.

    Time to copy 32 to holes, clamped


    drilled,


    milled the inner radius.




    nice fit




    almost flat






    After looking in how to make this durable for outside use, suitable paints are quite expensive
    picked up something else.

    20mm trespa
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  18. #343 Re: OGDAK's More Bead_Locks 09/02/2009 
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    First one milled, took about 7 or 8 round's


    Outer on to match the 32 holes.


    Half way round, needed to sharpen the new HSS12CO drill


    All 32 done.


    Next milling round,


    done.


    Nice fit, centered with for pieces of M12 thread.


    Enough room for the 90 degree valve.




    Tightented with 8 bolts/nuts, got enough pressure to seat the tire on the inside off the rim.
    About time to order a big bag off bolts, nuts and rings.
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  19. #344 Re: OGDAK's Bead-Locks 09/17/2009 
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    Awesome. Looks like a much better material for the application.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATL ZJ View Post
    Awesome. Looks like a much better material for the application.
    Ditto. Hopefully you didn't make all 4 (or 5) out of the MDF before you changed your mind.
    Poetry in commotion.
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  21. #346 Re: OGDAK's Bead-Locks 09/17/2009 
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuicideTireZJ View Post
    Ditto. Hopefully you didn't make all 4 (or 5) out of the MDF before you changed your mind.
    Just completd 1, the other 4 only the outer diameter.
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  22. #347 Re: OGDAK's Bead-Locks 09/17/2009 
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    So something else, found something on the intenet.
    Went for a ride today to come back with this
    Rearaxle


    Frontaxle


    Took a while to get it in the shop.


    King-pin knuckle and dual calipers.


    Lock-outs
    Also wheels/tires, already bought these kind off rims about 5 years ago.
    Then they were 15*7 5*4.5 these are 16.5*10 8 lug


    Taking a peek, looks good


    Limited Slip


    27 spline Dana35 C-clip,
    30 spline 9"
    35 spline 10.25"




    Full-floater part.


    Firts remove all the parts, then on with the real work.
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  23. #348 Re: OGDAK's Axles 10/15/2009 
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    So now you have a pair of mogs, D44/9, and now a D60/Sterling 10.25... care to send me the pair of mogs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfowlzj95 View Post
    So now you have a pair of mogs, D44/9, and now a D60/Sterling 10.25... care to send me the pair of mogs?
    haha shipping might be a little expensive!
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  25. #350 Re: OGDAK's Axles 10/15/2009 
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    Axles enough. I'll hang on to the mogs,
    still want to do something with them on a real chassis car.
    As for the D44/9 combo's, looks like it's time to let those go, have 2 pair off them.
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