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Post by Synergy »

I think this is a standard bulkhead and I can still buy these from Tower, am I correct because I'm going to chop it up for my A&L car :?:

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Post by mrlexan »

Last time I checked 6323 was in stock at tower (they only have black). Chop away.

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Yeah :!: :!:

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Post by RichieRich »

You don't need to remove that much material compared to the original bulkhead. The "ears" are much smaller. Thank goodness you don't need wing tubes.
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ferretti, do you still need those parts i showed you? you didn't give me a definate answer. let me know if you still do. :wink:

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Post by aconsola »

so how many types of OEM AE rear bulkheads are there?
I have seen:
1 long wingtube mounts and 9 holes on the side for the camberlink

2 short wingtube mount holes, inboard camberlink mounting hole with 9 holes on the outer wings for the camberlink,

3 the one pictured above with the short wingtube mount and only 3 outboard holes on small side wings.

are there any others?

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aconsola wrote:so how many types of OEM AE rear bulkheads are there?
I have seen:
1 long wingtube mounts and 9 holes on the side for the camberlink

2 short wingtube mount holes, inboard camberlink mounting hole with 9 holes on the outer wings for the camberlink,

3 the one pictured above with the short wingtube mount and only 3 outboard holes on small side wings.

are there any others?
other than being black or white, that's all of them.

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Post by aconsola »

here are the 2 types of bulkheads I have currently.

I also noticed that the one with the longer mount holes for the wing tubes have shallower carve out for the rear arm mount. it will only alow enough space for the long wheelbase holes to be used. Are there inner arm mounts out there with only one set of holes and no wheelbase adjustment?
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Post by Spiderman »

the first pic looks to be the 1st bulkhead.
the second pic looks to be #2 with short wing tubes and new and better linkage location under the wing tubes.
i think the 3rd and last one has most of the outer linkage locations removed since nobody used those in racing and added a few more locations inboard.

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hows that eclip holding for ya :lol:

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Post by scr8p »

no, all the arm mounts had 4 holes so you could move them front and back. if you wanted to move the mounts front with the org. style bulkhead, you had to notch it out for clearance.

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Post by Spiderman »

scr8p wrote:no, all the arm mounts had 4 holes so you could move them front and back. if you wanted to move the mounts front with the org. style bulkhead, you had to notch it out for clearance.
sorry....i have no idea what you just typed :lol:

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Spiderman wrote:
scr8p wrote:no, all the arm mounts had 4 holes so you could move them front and back. if you wanted to move the mounts front with the org. style bulkhead, you had to notch it out for clearance.
sorry....i have no idea what you just typed :lol:
seriously?

you....need....to....notch....the....original....bulkhead....for....clearance....in....order....to....move....the....arm....mounts....forward. :lol:

just playin' :wink:

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scr8p wrote:
you....need....to....notch....the....original....bulkhead....for....clearance....in....order....to....move....the....arm....mounts....forward. :lol:

just playin' :wink:
LOL! We are feeling a bit frisky this evening.

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ya, for some reason i'm in a good mood. my wife didn't piss me off at all today.

yet. :lol: :lol:

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hijacking, but speaking of which my wife is becoming "mrslexan"..... she is unemployed = my new ebay bi%ch

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