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post #691 of 763 Old 03-02-2014, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
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yes, the washers came out--as that's what Aussie's instructions said to do. It was mentioned to remove them, but never to reinstall them.

I didn't measure ****, as my buddy did the locker install while I worked on the front drive shaft, and ran to get my wheel lock key to finish getting the axles out.

That "BANG!" you hear in the video, probably happens 30-40 times in a 2 mile drive from here to wally world. (again, no such thing as a straight or flat road here). I eased into and out of a left hand turn today, and it locked and unlocked while going straight (obvious by the BANG!) a few times.


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post #692 of 763 Old 03-05-2014, 12:20 AM
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The thrust washers are supposed to be in there Aaron

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I tore it all down and put the thrust washers back in there. Street driving improved 1000%

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Street handling is still magnificent. I think it's actually perma-locked, but I'd rather have that than the opposite.

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I'm thinking instead of lights in the light holes, I want to put some model rockets that look like missiles. I wonder how often I'd get pulled over for that ?

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I'm thinking instead of lights in the light holes, I want to put some model rockets that look like missiles. I wonder how often I'd get pulled over for that ?
Something like the red part / tip of this:


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Looks good, man. I like the rocket idea. How about you use some red leds for backlighting, recessed back behind the hole, so they have an eerie glow at night?


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Nice bumper! Looks great

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Something like the red part / tip of this:

This would go great with that!

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Transmission is acting up again. Looks like I'm going to rip out all the wiring today and go over it.

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Love your build...its my inspriation
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Awesome!

Feel free to ask any questions. I've pretty much re-built the entire Jeep from the ground up, so I know my way around pretty well.

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I think it was time for a 5 speed a year ago.

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I pulled the entire wiring harness.



When plugged into either the old or new TCM, I get 9-10 volts on pin 87 of the relay wiring socket (no relay in there, there should NOT be voltage there). If I don't have any TCM plugged in, and jump pins 56 to 15 (meant to engage the relay on pin 86), I don't have the voltage. You guys think the both the old and new TCMs are bad?

I'm going to print wiring diagrams, study them, and get back at it tomorrow.

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Did you have to pull the tranny to get the full wire harness out?
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Did you have to pull the tranny to get the full wire harness out?
Negative.

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