Here's a Caiman we performed some work on for a sheriff's department. Like all MRAP's, there's plenty of room for improvement on this equipment.
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Barrett M82 testing
Checking and adjusting the balance on the transfer case gearing, both takeout and NOS from original packaging.
As well as being exceptionally rare, the transfer cases are also known for their noise, and when you see just how much the gears are out of balance, you can have a better...
I am only aware of one person that is remanufacturing a v100 transfer case and he is on his third set of gears trying to get the proper backlash...the first set was too tight, the second was too loose but the proverbial third bowl of porridge seems to be juuuuust right. Fortunately for everyone...
I've used these folks and their prices were quite a bit less than others that quoted my project.
ETA: Glass weathers much better than acrylic or polycarbonate, but if you have a low traffic, indoor application it will work great.
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