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Which means "Evil Twin". Lets see your projects where you change boring into fun or create the fun from scratch.
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 Post subject: Re: Ferrari 3408 project
PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:50 pm 
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TheDarkSideOfWill wrote:
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Shipping would be from my local which is 92660, bottom end of the west coast :D and I'd be surprised if it was 400lbs probably more like 300 tops. a shipping pallet charge could be skipped as well if you use shipping bins, plastic ones, but not entirely sure if there is a total cost savings of bins vs a crate. Lift gate charges can skew things. Give me a till next week to get pics, getting ready to travel again in the next day.


Since you mention a lift gate, I assume you don't have a loading dock. Freightquote.com came in just a smidge under $500. Do you have a cheaper way to ship?


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 Post subject: Re: Ferrari 3408 project
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Madhatter wrote:

I don't always check in daily here.



WHAT??????????

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 Post subject: Re: Ferrari 3408 project
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mk e wrote:
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I don't always check in daily here.



WHAT??????????

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I know my bad... :( :(

some days a week will flyby and I'll be whaaaa??? it was just Tuesday!


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Madhatter wrote:
TheDarkSideOfWill wrote:

Since you mention a lift gate, I assume you don't have a loading dock. Freightquote.com came in just a smidge under $500. Do you have a cheaper way to ship?


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scott@nicksforzaferrari.com

it'll be a bit faster via email as I don't always check in daily here.


Email sent.
Make this site your home page so you check every time you open a browser ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Ferrari 3408 project
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http://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/348-35 ... ratio.html

Pictorial disassembly of 348 gearbox to change the drop gears shows how insanely complex these units are.

I was also stunned that the lower drop gear is basically the VERY FIRST thing that goes into the gearbox on initial assembly. I would have thought that it would be more like a quick change rear in that the drop gears could be swapped out quickly/easily.


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 Post subject: Re: Ferrari 3408 project
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Its a ferrari, nothign is quick or easy ;)


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Spending money on them is quick, and all too easy if you don't watch out.


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LOL....yes it is


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it'll be a bit faster via email as I don't always check in daily here.[/quote]

Me too.

My bad too.

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 Post subject: Re: Ferrari 3408 project
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Been thinking about how I'd like to deal with various aspects of the swap.

For one thing, the parking brake cables go through a weird pulley arrangement that sits right behind the original powertrain, but will interfere with the 348/355 style clutch housing.
The 308 uses dual action two piston rear calipers.

https://www.ricambiamerica.com/car-diag ... ntrol.html

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The 328, 348 and 355 use drum-in-hat parking brakes, while the 360 went back to dual action calipers

328 parking brake (1985):
https://www.ricambiamerica.com/car-diag ... ntrol.html

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There's a 1988 parts list as well, but the diagram looks the same.

348 parking brake (1989-1992):
https://www.ricambiamerica.com/car-diag ... ntrol.html

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The later 348 group looks the same

355 parking brake (M2.7):
https://www.ricambiamerica.com/car-diag ... ntrol.html

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Would it be sacrilege to use the modern GM drum-in-hat parking brake? That's *MUCH* simpler to implement than the built-up-from-individual-parts system that Ferrari and older BMW's use.


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