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Unread 04-05-2013, 03:46 PM   #31
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Thanks. I wish I knew exactly what the length is of the rod in my '93, and the hole diameter. I'd like to work on getting the new one ready without pulling the old one out of the Jeep just yet, rather just have the new one ready to go on swap day.
My 87 had a 5/8 hole diameter.

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Unread 04-05-2013, 05:04 PM   #32
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the stock 93 booster?
Yes, I'm coming from a '93. None of the local auto parts have a replacement '93 in stock, was hoping to look at it and measure, trace the rod hole end to ensure the right hole size and outside shape (for switch compatibility).

I guess I could just wait and not be anxious. I could actually cut the rod end off the old one and use it with the bolt for the new one, duh.
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Unread 04-05-2013, 05:23 PM   #33
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I am going to fiberglass and I am going to have to do the swap and deal with the rod length too. I was going to use the old one with threads and a insert in the middle like I saw on the one booster swap.
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Unread 04-07-2013, 03:01 PM   #34
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Holy Frelling Moly! I left skid marks... the first ones in a dozen years! I didn't hesitate to weld the hex sleeve to the boster shaft. I just put a narrow piece of tape on the shaft near the booster, and a vice grip in front of that on the shaft to absorb heat. The tape never showed signs of heat after the welding.
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Holy Frelling Moly! I left skid marks... the first ones in a dozen years! I didn't hesitate to weld the hex sleeve to the boster shaft. I just put a narrow piece of tape on the shaft near the booster, and a vice grip in front of that on the shaft to absorb heat. The tape never showed signs of heat after the welding.
Willing to bet the wife would argue the no skid marks comment but I digress....
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Unread 04-07-2013, 09:41 PM   #36
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Could you thread the rod and then use a union, instead of welding?
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Could you thread the rod and then use a union, instead of welding?
the rod is exactly .500" so you will need a die to fit that. I tried my 1/2" die but i couldnt get it started.
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Question: Could you thread the rod and then use a union, instead of welding?
Don't worry about the welding, unless you don't weld, then worry about it a lot.

Not having a welder means you are perpetually figuring out the 2nd-best way to do almost every Jeep project.
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Unread 04-08-2013, 11:19 AM   #39
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Don't worry about the welding, unless you don't weld, then worry about it a lot.

Not having a welder means you are perpetually figuring out the 2nd-best way to do almost every Jeep project.
That pretty much sums me up!
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