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post #44491 of 72043 Old 05-22-2013, 10:11 AM
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Good Luck ive been looking for one for a few months now i only found 1 so far and it was 200.00 just for the bell housing
I saw one in the JY a few months ago. Could have gotten the bellhousing trans drive shafts and anything else I wanted. I am kicking myself now for not grabbing it.


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. It started with a $200 axle, and a few thousand dollars later I was done :)
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diagnose the real issue before you start going all Obama on it - spending mad cash you'll need for other important things.

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this is also my second set of RC springs this year. I'd rather spend the money again and get something that will last.
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post #44492 of 72043 Old 05-22-2013, 10:20 AM
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I saw one in the JY a few months ago. Could have gotten the bellhousing trans drive shafts and anything else I wanted. I am kicking myself now for not grabbing it.
yeah no doubt

i have been finding lots for the AX5 and can get them all day for 25.00 to 40.00 so why 200.00+ for the AX15 WTF

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Got a 98 4.0 with only 60,000 miles on it for free. I see a swap in my future when the little 2.5 that could dies in a few years. Now to find an ax15 belhousing with the external slave and the trans. I will also need to get the ECM for a 91 - 95 4.0. I am gonna plug the extra temp port in the back and run it OBD1.
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Size of the hose, I'll use a smaller diameter hose so it will use less oil.
If you look around, you can find different diameter tips for venturi tubing like you describe. I used to sell industrial chemical, and nearly every liquid detergent can be mixed by using a water source and a venturi tip - the strength of the mix determined by the size of the tip. Look at ZEP chemicals for mixing stations and misc parts.

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post #44495 of 72043 Old 05-22-2013, 11:24 AM
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Got it back together and went for a quick test drive, I don't know why people knock spools so much!

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Got it back together and went for a quick test drive, I don't know why people knock spools so much!
Get a twin stick tcase like a D300 or Atlas get cutting brakes , and try to do a front dig. It won't work as good as a locker. But spools are not bad IMO. I'd probably run one on a Trail rig that isn't street drive.

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Good Luck ive been looking for one for a few months now i only found 1 so far and it was 200.00 just for the bell housing
*****, around here i find them on craigslist everyday!


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Got it back together and went for a quick test drive, I don't know why people knock spools so much!
When those expensive pit bull tires start wearing down in the rear, you'll understand.

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Stroke it
I may once I have another DD. Itll be atleat a year or two before I have all the parts rounded up for the swap. I also need to see if I will need a new skid or if it will mount to the one I have now.

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this is also my second set of RC springs this year. I'd rather spend the money again and get something that will last.
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Not on my YJ, but on my buddy's JKU we found out that the fill plug on his new Riddler diff cover doesn't actually snug down. It just keeps going.....until it falls into the diff! He was double checking all the bolts/torque on his transfer case and diff cover and ended up threading the fill plug through the diff cover until it just fell in. Had to remove the cover, fish it out, bolt it back on, and refill it.

That's kind of annoying! :

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post #44501 of 72043 Old 05-22-2013, 02:07 PM
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My buddy ordered a riddler for his 8.8 and it didn't even come with a plug. He got a solid instead.

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Not on my YJ, but on my buddy's JKU we found out that the fill plug on his new Riddler diff cover doesn't actually snug down. It just keeps going.....until it falls into the diff! He was double checking all the bolts/torque on his transfer case and diff cover and ended up threading the fill plug through the diff cover until it just fell in. Had to remove the cover, fish it out, bolt it back on, and refill it.

That's kind of annoying! :

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Weld a small bead in the inside of the thread pattern, that will allow u to tighten it down pretty good. I had to do that as well

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post #44503 of 72043 Old 05-22-2013, 03:08 PM
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When those expensive pit bull tires start wearing down in the rear, you'll understand.
Hahaha I bust tires for a living so I don't have a problem buying tires at cost , I can't tell much of a difference between the spool and my old spartan locker beside pulling into parking spots or or doing u turns. Other wise I really can't feel the difference!

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post #44504 of 72043 Old 05-22-2013, 03:09 PM
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My buddy ordered a riddler for his 8.8 and it didn't even come with a plug. He got a solid instead.
No need for a fill plug on a 8.8 cover........I know you know this all ready haha!

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