Wheel spacers for a race car. New wheels necessitated thinner wheel spacers from the stock units. Easy design copying the original dimensions. Slipped right on and fit perfectly. Cut on the ProtoMax using 0.75" 6061 Aluminum.
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- Mon Oct 21, 2019 4:16 pm
- Forum: Share Your Work
- Topic: Differential Nut Wrench
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To dismantle this transaxle, a special wrench is needed to remove the finned differential retaining nut and not damage the aluminum fins. The dimensions were found and a drawing created. The parts were cut on the ProtoMax, except for the steel tubing, and consist of the starred wheel and the insert ...
I needed the ability to easily and temporarily mount an electric winch on the tongue of a small tilt-bed trailer for loading cars. It needed to be mounted high enough to clear the tilt bed securing bolts. I also wanted to change the factory winch mounting from only two center holes to a four bolt pa...