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About CrashTestDummy

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  1. Yep, we are well aware we're on our own for this! It's a temporary setup until the real deal is ready, so a short life isn't really a problem either. Thanks again for your input.
  2. That's another great chart - thank you! Unfortunately I can't really share any other information (they've 'let people go' for this sort of thing in the past so I'm erring on the side of caution), but this is also very helpful.
  3. Jim, thank you very much! That is quite helpful, and I really appreciate it!
  4. Good afternoon everyone! I am working on one heck of a contraption I guess you could say, and the Mack drop-in differentials/housings appear to be an ideal configuration for what we're working on (unfortunately, about all I can say about the use is that they won't be driving wheels and tires - but you're welcome to speculate!). I have a pretty extensive automotive background so I can generally speak the language, but I am struggling a bit with finding more specific data on things like carrier models, available ratios, HP/torque ratings, and things of that nature for things in the heavy truck world (in contrast to, say, a Dana 60 where one click in Google will yield anything you could possibly want to know). So far I have been basically just collecting bits and pieces of information from use parts dealers and eBay listings, but I was wondering if there's some sort of resource for this sort of information that I am overlooking. Even just a brief rundown on the different models and what can be learned from the designations would be helpful! Thanks in advance for any help anyone is willing to give - it's greatly appreciated! Take care, -CTD
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