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    I understand that there are some new loaders being developed that are shorter-dont go nearly as deep into the pump. Does anyone have one they could post a pic of yet? Any results?
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    Shorter loaders have been around for some time, we are running loaders in tunnels that have ramps that are 4-5" long. Works great. We just built a bunch of chromoly loaders and tested a few at the races, so far so good. I don't think there has been near enough testing in the loader area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    Shorter loaders have been around for some time, we are running loaders in tunnels that have ramps that are 4-5" long. Works great. We just built a bunch of chromoly loaders and tested a few at the races, so far so good. I don't think there has been near enough testing in the loader area.
    Thanks, and I agree about the testing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    Shorter loaders have been around for some time, we are running loaders in tunnels that have ramps that are 4-5" long. Works great. We just built a bunch of chromoly loaders and tested a few at the races, so far so good. I don't think there has been near enough testing in the loader area.
    How much are they goin 4 ??
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    You need to understand your load needs first, or you could go backwards. MPH = added load and some need to reduce load.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    You need to understand your load needs first, or you could go backwards. MPH = added load and some need to reduce load.
    I need to add load out of the gate. Was thinking the short ramps would open the hole so to speak 660's are only in the 4.20's would love to get it down to 3.90's
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