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I know, I just don't want to upset him...
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Jimny wrote:Do let him lie to ya...
In that case, I have this wonderful piece of oceanfront property I'd like to sell you...
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But you will need a bridge to get to it, and I happen to have one for sale!!!
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Not the golden gate... I bought that last week.
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DAMN!!!!!!!!




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stevec wrote: Doing it in my head I get only 156%, not 167%. Pi is a constant, as is the stroke I assume, so the ratio is simply based on the radius squared.
I don't think so. The ratio is based on the area not just the radius squared. Try it with the area x stoke = volume, comparatively.
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Smuz wrote:
stevec wrote: Doing it in my head I get only 156%, not 167%. Pi is a constant, as is the stroke I assume, so the ratio is simply based on the radius squared.
I don't think so. The ratio is based on the area not just the radius squared. Try it with the area x stoke = volume, comparatively.
Volume is area * stroke; area = pi * radius ^ 2

Ratio:

stroke * pi * (15/32)^2
stroke * pi * ( 3/8 )^2

Stroke and pi cancel out, (they are constants), so the ratio is just .46875^2 over .375^2, which equals 1.5625, or 156.25%.

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Hmmm. The calculator here in the house agrees with you. The calculator out in the shop must be bad.
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ok.....where's the disc install write-up?
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the DISC install aint up there yet....just the MC :roll:

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Sleepy is done. Pics is took.

I gonna start organizing the pics and writing the crap Monday. Yeah, I'm late. Yeah, I feel really bad about being late.

Not THAT bad.

Get over it.

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I feel really bad about being late.
Believe me when I say that , no one and I mean NO ONE believes that you feel bad about it! :wink:

I know how much time it takes to do a write up, my problem is stopping to take pics, when i get started on something I stay on it till it's finished or I am too tired to go on, then I remember about taking pics. TOO LATE!
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tweeder wrote:the DISC install aint up there yet....just the MC :roll:

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no kidding! hurry up!
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Section II: Front brake install has been emailed to Jimny. Yell at HIM now.
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Smuz wrote:Section II: Front brake install has been emailed to Jimny. Yell at HIM now.
That's great Smuz, thanks. :cool:
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5 months later....... :roll:




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dammit, Jimny, git after it! :twisted:
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Shoot, I had it up before he even sent it to me. :wink: :))):


Here it is: http://www.lj10.com/howto/discbrakes/front/



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One problem I found, Jimny, the last pic on page 2 is wrong.

Right after it says: "And here’s our new little beauty bolted on. Don’t it look nice?"

This is the pic that should be there:
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Jimny wrote:Shoot, I had it up before he even sent it to me. :wink: :))):


that's just WRONG.......... :roll:
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