Great photo Jay! Thanks.
I've always wondered something about these Smith Form-A-Truck kits (and the other similar products). Obviously, when it's designed the chain drive portion can easily be geared up, direct, or under. What was the common ratio used?
According to some on here, that's a TT. Must be 7.25:1 or 5.17:1, huh? Hopefully, you can cut through my sarcasm.
The question was about the chain drive gear ratio not the rear axle.
IMO, those old oblong melons with the seeds tasted better than today's seedless melons. Hard to find them in today's grocery stores.
Just so they are BIG. That's the best kind.
I agree with Tom & Mark, the old ones definitely tasted better than the bowling balls we get today. I didn't mind the seeds either.
I also agree with Chris; I think the question was about the chain sprocket ratios.
Well one thing for sure is that those mellons had plenty of time to ripen on the way to the market in that truck!
My chain drive TT goes a quick 11mph.
Yes, I know.
Oh! I was expecting a bunch of pin-up girls in the back of a pick up!!! Shows you where my mind is!!!
Marty - My late father-in-law used to say,....."when that's gone, they might as well bury you!"
Harold, good one!