E200 9" rear - big or small bearing?

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Re: E200 9" rear - big or small bearing?

Postby naginalf » February 2nd, 2018, 2:51 pm

Tom S wrote:So what? You did see & post in this thread.
On page 2 of 4, 'Disc conversion e200' .


Uh, not sure what front disk conversion has to do with this. Do you have anything relevant or helpful to post Tom, or are you just bored and need to nitpick as usual?

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Re: E200 9" rear - big or small bearing?

Postby Tom S » February 2nd, 2018, 3:19 pm

naginalf wrote:Uh, not sure what front disk conversion has to do with this.
The Scarebird front disk conversion kit is what you mentioned & what I replied about. You made it sound as if you would not convert to front disks since Scarebird only had instructions for installing the E100 4.5" bolt pattern & not the E200 5.5" bolt pattern. Others reading that might be deceived into thinking that they could not use a Scarebird front disk caliper bracket on their E200. Aren't the E100 Scarebird brackets different from their E200 brackets?
No nitpicking, just clarification. Details count.

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Re: E200 9" rear - big or small bearing?

Postby naginalf » February 2nd, 2018, 3:25 pm

Tom S wrote:
naginalf wrote:Uh, not sure what front disk conversion has to do with this.
The Scarebird front disk conversion kit is what you mentioned & what I replied about. You made it sound as if you would not convert to front disks since Scarebird only had instructions for installing the E100 4.5" bolt pattern & not the E200 5.5" bolt pattern. Others reading that might be deceived into thinking that they could not use a Scarebird front disk caliper bracket on their E200. Aren't the E100 Scarebird brackets different from their E200 brackets?
No nitpicking, just clarification. Details count.


Do you even read posts? Details count indeed. The entire thread is about REAR ends. And that wasn't an invitation. No one is confused but you.

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Re: E200 9" rear - big or small bearing?

Postby Tom S » February 2nd, 2018, 3:36 pm

naginalf wrote:Do you even read posts?
Yes, apparently better than you do. Read your own post. You're the one that drug the Scarebird stuff into here.

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Re: E200 9" rear - big or small bearing?

Postby naginalf » February 2nd, 2018, 3:40 pm

Tom S wrote:
naginalf wrote:Do you even read posts?
Yes, apparently better than you do. Read your own post. You're the one that drug the Scarebird stuff into here.


Scarebird makes more than just front conversions Tom. I do believe that has been mentioned from the get go. Stop coming into threads and being... well...

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Re: E200 9" rear - big or small bearing?

Postby Tom S » February 2nd, 2018, 3:45 pm

:o You look a bit crazed there.

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Re: E200 9" rear - big or small bearing?

Postby naginalf » February 2nd, 2018, 3:49 pm

Just trying to warn the others before someone gets bitten by a rabid troll. :lol:

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Re: E200 9" rear - big or small bearing?

Postby oggy bleacher » February 2nd, 2018, 6:31 pm

I find it hard to believe that oggy’s van has 9/16 socket size wheel lug nuts instead of the standard 13/16” lug nuts.


:oops: true...I mean I use the same 4 size X-wrench but a different socket.
1969 E-200 Camper Conversion named El Conquistador. Gas! 2Brl Motorcraft carb, 302 V8, C4 transmission. Hydraulic drum brakes, points ignition, manual steering, wood or charcoal stove equipped with aft chimney. Oggy is currently a traveling minstrel.


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