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 on: Today at 02:48:15 PM 
Started by B1llyw - Last post by 1992DakotaLE
I don't think they should. If we get hurricane categories above five, I think that it would cause mass panic in the affected areas.

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 on: Today at 02:13:53 PM 
Started by 1992DakotaLE - Last post by 1992DakotaLE
Hey. I am looking for a bed, tailgate, rear bumper, and both tail light assemblies for my 1992 Dakota CC. I got the truck in early August of last year and was rear ended by a 19 year old boy driving a 2013 Charger RT exactly a week after I got my truck. If anyone has any of these items, please send me a message. I have been pulled over more times than you can shake a stick at for the busted driver side tail light assembly. Thanks.

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 on: Today at 01:44:13 PM 
Started by 1992DakotaLE - Last post by 1992DakotaLE
Hey. Can you get snorkel kits for the first and second gen Dakotas?

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 on: Today at 12:14:18 PM 
Started by B1llyw - Last post by B1llyw
https://statementonsocialjustice.com

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 on: Today at 10:58:41 AM 
Started by B1llyw - Last post by B1llyw
https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/09/21/maine-health-department-prohibits-restaurant-giving-lobsters-marijuana/

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 on: Today at 06:32:39 AM 
Started by 1992DakotaLE - Last post by 1992DakotaLE
Here are links to some old army videos explaining my theory.

https://youtu.be/r1tEoDRHAZw
https://youtu.be/9sPi7DEbyI0

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 on: Today at 06:07:56 AM 
Started by 1992DakotaLE - Last post by 1992DakotaLE
Hey guys. I don't know if this is the right part of the forum for this but here it goes. I am working on an idea about making the planetary gear based transfer cases to have overdrive capabilities. Any thoughts or ideas. I have a decent understanding of planetary geartrain operation. For a single simple planetary gear set, you have four forward output speeds and two reverse output speeds. Technically speaking, you have a total of seven speeds when you factor in direct drive, which is lock the input and output together. When you hold the planet carrier, you get reverse output. The speed is based on which of the other two parts you use as input and outputs. When you use the planet carrier as the output, you get gear reduction. Again, the amount of gear reduction is based on which of the other two parts you use for input and output. Now for the part I am getting at. When you use the planet carrier as the input, you get overdrive. Here again, the overdrive ratio is based which of the other two parts you use for the output. This next part is an assumption, so correct me if I am wrong. Transfer cases that use planetary gears for the low range always have the ring gear held to the case. With that being said, normal transfer cases have only two ranges, Direct drive and low range. The low range is done when when you hold the ring gear, use the sun gear as the input, and use the carrier as the output. With that being said, I am currently trying to figure out how to flip that input/output setup and use the carrier as the input and the sun gear as the output. Would anyone like to chime in on this? This is just a theory. And I do not know if anyone has already tried to do this. Just trying to start an honest conversation about this.

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 on: Today at 01:26:06 AM 
Started by B1llyw - Last post by B1llyw
This had to start with "hold my beer, watch this".

http://fcauthority.com/2017/07/ram-cummins-dually-autocross/

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 on: Today at 01:24:06 AM 
Started by B1llyw - Last post by B1llyw
Hmmm...now what caliber to use?

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 on: Today at 01:22:20 AM 
Started by Balls McGee - Last post by B1llyw
Hello Canucks!  Anyone still with us?  Smile

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