Gear Reductions For Samurai Transfer Case

RRO
8:1 Hi Reduction 24%
8:1 Lo Reduction 260%

6:1 Hi Reduction 24%
6:1 Lo Reduction 170%

4.16:1 Hi Reduction 12%
4.16:1 Lo Reduction 83%

Trail Tough
6.4:1 Hi Reduction 17%
6.4:1 Lo Reduction 181%

4.9:1 Hi Reduction 16%
4.9:1 Lo Reduction 115%

4.16:1 Hi Reduction 12%
4.16:1 Lo Reduction 84%

Petroworks
4.89:1 Hi Reduction 18%
4.89:1 Lo Reduction 115%

Calmini
6.5:1 Hi Reduction 20%
6.5:1 Lo Reduction 187%

5.14:1 Hi Reduction 18.3%
5.14:1 Lo Reduction 127%

4.16:1 Hi Reduction 12.2%
4.16:1 Lo Reduction 83.6%

Roadless Gear
6.129:1 Hi Reduction 21%
6.129:1 Lo Reduction 170%

4.16:1 Hi Reduction 12%
4.16:1 Lo Reduction 84%

AAPA
6.4:1 Hi Reduction 21%
6.4:1 Lo Reduction 181%

4.9:1 Hi Reduction 18%
4.9:1 Lo Reduction 118%

4.1:1 Hi Reduction 12%
4.1:1 Lo Reduction 84%

DG Tuning (Netherlands)
8:1 Hi Reduction 24%
8:1 Lo Reduction 260%

6:1 Hi Reduction 24%
6:1 Lo Reduction 170%

4.16:1 Hi Reduction 12%
4.16:1 Lo Reduction 83%

How to paint aluminum

1318 How to paint aluminum (October 22)
Proper pretreatment for aluminum castings and extrusions takes place in at least a 5 stage pretreatment system. The system would consist of the following stages:

* stage 1: Alkaline cleaner (aluminum-safe, or mild etch)
* Stage 2: Fresh Water rinse
* Stage 3: Iron Phosphate solution containing fluoride
* Stage 4: Fresh Water Rinse (Recirc DI Optional)
* Stage 5: Fresh Water Rinse (Virgin DI optional)

Choice of cleaner depends on alloy and soils to be removed. The fluoride is the key. It etches the aluminum surface to provide for good paint adhesion. Reduce the stages and you reduce the chances for success.