3 UP wrote:
If you remove the transfercase you will not have room for a 300 unless you use a jackshaft. Even on mine running a 300 with BMS's pulley spacer you still have to offset the wheel a bit.
Here's one without the transfer case.
Heres a link to the cheapest low trans cover if you wanted to go that route.
I'm not really sure what a jackshaft is.
Been searching but can't find it
Don't forget were building a complete new frame.
The wheels will be in line, i know that the front pulley will be offset a bit more then 1".
This is allready been measured!
These offset pulley can be bought at thunderbike.de for instance but we will be making it our self.