post #211 of Old 10-05-2012, 06:50 AM
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Sweet.... where is the :nutkick smiley?


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post #212 of Old 10-06-2012, 03:43 PM
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Looking for a simple way to set up my e brake. Where did you get the cut brake set up from?
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post #213 of Old 10-07-2012, 09:11 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for a simple way to set up my e brake. Where did you get the cut brake set up from?
cutting brake is just a cnc angled dual brake.
best price I found was here - http://www.racereadyproducts.com/cnc...s-dual-handle/

I also put a proportional valve right next to it so I can easly adjust it form in the cab and that's just a wilwood one.

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post #214 of Old 10-07-2012, 11:12 PM Thread Starter
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Worked my A** off this weekend, and the axles are almost done.
Here is what I did.

FRONT:
-All new Kingpin hardware (upper and lower)
-All new wheel bearings and races
-New Spindle bearings
-New stage 8 locking spindle nuts (these things are worth the money imo)
-Painted the hubs
-Drilled the wheel stud hole in the hubs to 39/64, thus allowing me to install some 9/16 wheel studs to match the rear.
-New Rotors
-Installed the new u joints and 35 spline chromoly shafts.
-Filled her up with some new oil.




When it came to installing these you cant use your normal d60 spindle socket. Of coarse I didn't have the one need out of the 6 I already have. I didn't fell like buying another one. So i made one in 10 mins.



REAR:
-Cleaned and prep for Por 15, then I por -15 it and then top coated the entire axle
-Powder coated the rear diff cover and brake brackets
-New wheel bearings and races
-New grade 8 hardware
-New Rotors and wheel studs






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post #215 of Old 10-07-2012, 11:53 PM
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Awesome job. I love the attention to detail. You are doing a wonderful job and i enjoy watching the progress.

"We have enough youth, how about a fountain of smart"

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post #216 of Old 10-08-2012, 09:51 AM
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I absolutely love the work you are doing. I'm so looking forward to seeing this bad boy in Action in December.

Did you sand blast the axles or just wire wheel them?

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I absolutely love the work you are doing. I'm so looking forward to seeing this bad boy in Action in December.

Did you sand blast the axles or just wire wheel them?
Sandblasted the S*** out of them. The only thing I wired wheeled was the spindles. Dont want to blast them

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Sandblasted the S*** out of them. The only thing I wired wheeled was the spindles. Dont want to blast them
Guessing that you have a sand blaster then?

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Guessing that you have a sand blaster then?
Yup. Father wanted a new sand blaster and thought I could try it out. He bought a BB-300D Works pretty well. Just makes a mess out of everything tho.

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Those are some sexy Axles dude.
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Wow super nice. Wish mine would have turned out that nice.
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post #222 of Old 10-10-2012, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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got my 20" RBG led light bar today. So I went to the lab. Grabbed a couple transistors and resistors and made me a simple controller.
Its simple their are 3 input wires. Black (ground), Red (Brake), White (Reverse).





[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLARlvjVQl8[/ame]
(camera makes the white look a little blue, but in person it doesnt look like that)

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Wow that is to cool. Im taking auto electrical right now and I hope by the end of the semester Il be able to wire things up like this.
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post #224 of Old 10-13-2012, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
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I sure do love my audio. So I fabbed up some tower speaker boxes.


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post #225 of Old 10-14-2012, 10:29 PM Thread Starter
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So i spent the weekend finishing up my axles. All that is needed is 7 quarts of oil in the rear.

Then I started to work on the front half of the cage. And let me tell you, the next jeep I build I anit building it around the soft top. Its staying in the garage with no top







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