COOL PHOTOS
4.56
Rear
Hi9
Detroit

Trail:
Lower
Damnation
Harlan KY
Front
   &  
 
Rear
  
Hi9s  
 4.86
Detroits
5.38 Hi9
Aluminum Case
Full Spool
Main Rotor Drive
Rear Hi9
5.14
ARB on
40"
MTR's

Location:
The
Rubicon,
Indian Trail
section,
above Buck
Island Lake
Front
   &
Rear
Hi9s
5.38s
with
ARBs
Does
this guy
look
familiar?

His shirt
may be a
hint.
Hi9s
Front
& Rear
4.86s
Detroits
pic below UTAH
Desert
Racer
454 c.i.
BBC
Alum
Hi9
300
mile
race
winning
car
above         1968 Bronco  427 EFI Stroker C6 tranny with 205 T-Case        above
Hi9 rear w/4.86 gears  "This is the only part I have not broken to date" Chad
"Thinking on the way home- I've got 22 events on my comp buggy since going hi9 (nodular) a little over a yr
ago. Had the rear third out 10 days ago to verify my housing was straight (nice endo/cartwheel thru the finish
gates in Vegas) pattern was awesome as was wear,clearance, good clean oil.

In that same time I've lost an engine, tranny (twice), 4 axle shafts, a spicer joint (then switched to CTM's)
some 1310 driveshafts before going 1350 and some detroit driver teeth- but that was surely shaft related.

So considering the carnage- I'm pretty happy with my Hi9's You can talk theory all you want- I know racers
that are changing HP 60 gears every other race cause they are cracked. The Tru Hi9's are proving to be the
right choice."
                                            Ken Blume  Rock Rod Racing  12-04-06