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post #15226 of 89023 Old 03-26-2010, 06:21 PM
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link to said PSC kit? Ive thought of doing a WJ power steering pump conversion, but I dont remember where the thread was and lost the link.

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Ordered a bunch of parts for her. Anyone need a D30 carrier for 3.73 and up gears? Was originally gonna re-use my aussie up front with my 4.88's, but bought an Eaton Elocker since I do a lot of driving in the snow. So now I have a new in the box carrier lying around that I don't need.

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Nice, did that setup come with the covers? How much?
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Prepped some more to leave tomorrow morning for PA... on the road by 0700, 400 some odd miles ahead to my destination, just wish it was under better circumstances...

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Put new "marine" terminals on.


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hey, i got them same ones on my jeep, didnt know they were Marine ones... i got'm cuz they fit what i needed to do when i installed my winch

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I pulled the vin, the 10th digit is a P, its a 93 grand with hood vents.
I did say stock which means it was entirely possible that it was swapped onto it from a 5.9 limited.

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How close is the positive to the body? I'm considering doing a set of Marine Terminals, but kinda worried about accidental grounding/shorting of the positive terminal.
The positive is the one on the drivers side, so pretty far away. And its not like the stock lead terminals were protected.


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hey, i got them same ones on my jeep, didnt know they were Marine ones... i got'm cuz they fit what i needed to do when i installed my winch
I think what makes them "marine" is that they use a post and wing nut instead of clamped on wires. But yeah they make adding accessories easy, part of my motivation. Plus the stock lead ones were ugly and corroded, and permanently "clamped" you had to pry them off, and hammer them on, lol. I wanted something brass.

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perfect depends on how far away you are when you look at it:D
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It's a 4.0 ... as long as there's something in the crank case that isn't coolant I'm sure it will still run forever.
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started building my rock sliders. a little smaller than i wanted, but for free scrap i am not complaining. all built from 1.75" tube. no bender, so it is cut an weld.

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I think what makes them "marine" is that they use a post and wing nut instead of clamped on wires. But yeah they make adding accessories easy, part of my motivation. Plus the stock lead ones were ugly and corroded, and permanently "clamped" you had to pry them off, and hammer them on, lol. I wanted something brass.

And I like your sig!
yea, got mine after i got the winch, wanted something that was easier, and they fit the bill and i had already replaced the factory ones a while ago before the newest set and they were something soft and started giving me problems with the neg connection...

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So I just picked up some seafoam and I poured 1/3 of it in the throttle body while it was running, turned it off for about 7 minutes and when I turned it back on there was no smoke show. I had it on for almost ten minutes occasionally revving it but the most that happened was some moisture on the ground where the exhaust pipe dumps. Does that just mean I'm lucky and there was no buildup in the cylinders? Or did I **** it up?


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yea, got mine after i got the winch, wanted something that was easier, and they fit the bill and i had already replaced the factory ones a while ago before the newest set and they were something soft and started giving me problems with the neg connection...

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The wheelers prayer. I dont want my sig any longer, I just thought It was clever.

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The positive is the one on the drivers side, so pretty far away. And its not like the stock lead terminals were protected.




I think what makes them "marine" is that they use a post and wing nut instead of clamped on wires. But yeah they make adding accessories easy, part of my motivation. Plus the stock lead ones were ugly and corroded, and permanently "clamped" you had to pry them off, and hammer them on, lol. I wanted something brass.

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hmmm my stock ones have plastic covers

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So I just picked up some seafoam and I poured 1/3 of it in the throttle body while it was running, turned it off for about 7 minutes and when I turned it back on there was no smoke show. I had it on for almost ten minutes occasionally revving it but the most that happened was some moisture on the ground where the exhaust pipe dumps. Does that just mean I'm lucky and there was no buildup in the cylinders? Or did I **** it up?
mine just had really light white smoke but it lasted a while

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So I just picked up some seafoam and I poured 1/3 of it in the throttle body while it was running, turned it off for about 7 minutes and when I turned it back on there was no smoke show. I had it on for almost ten minutes occasionally revving it but the most that happened was some moisture on the ground where the exhaust pipe dumps. Does that just mean I'm lucky and there was no buildup in the cylinders? Or did I **** it up?
i have always dumped it in till it killed the motor, not shut the motor off myself. mine has always smoked like no tomorrow when doing this

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i have always dumped it in till it killed the motor, not shut the motor off myself. mine has always smoked like no tomorrow when doing this
thats probably not good since its basically probably hydro locking or just way overly fueling the combustion chambers

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