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 Post Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 12:07 pm 
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Okay, after chatting with continental convertors the inform me that since the convertor was being overpowered, via hp, that it will launch alot harder now, pull all the ay down the track and create a whole lot less heat . With the old convertor it would pull the wheels about 4" and carry them about 8-10'. Since this is a solid suspension altered I do not want to even try to go higher. And I never buy anything if I can build it. Does anyone have a few good pictures of a single wheel setup? and a few tips?
Sam, are you running a single wheel setup?

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 Post Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 3:03 pm 
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Yep..

Its about 80 inches long, mounts off brakets on the top of the axle and the bottom bar is mounted just under the chute mount.

Mine are a bit different as I can split them half way for transport and then they lift up.

I'll see if I have some pictures Doug, if not I'l take some next time I'm with the car but it wont be until next saturday now...

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Doug .. didnt Dan Miller over at HRE build a single wheel set up for his FED ? I'm sure he'll have some info to share


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