Is there adequate air pressure at the fitting on the diffcover? Next because of the fitting location, the copper line didn't kink or got ground away?
Doesn't seem like the best location to me. Does it leak air/ the compressor keeps running?
After much deliberation, that was really the best location. Copper line is fine but the end may be a little kinked shut. It's open but the ID is a little crimped. I'll open it up and give that a shot.
Remember, that's a bigger ring gear inside a TJ 44 housing....not enough room to run the copper line above the ring gear. So, even if I would've drilled through the truss and then into housing, I couldn't have got the line to it anyway....at least I don't think so. It's not the most traditional location for the bulkhead fitting but it works fine and is out of harm's way for the most part. I'm not the first person to do it that way and it's less of a PITA than it probably looks.
BTW, no leaks anywhere, at least not that my ears can detect. The compressor stops a few seconds after the locker is switched on and after about a minute, it has to kick back on. So, that's indicative of a leak at least.
Yeah, that's an interesting location, could you just not drill a hole in the housing because of the truss?
The bigger problem was running the copper line between the ring gear and housing.
You can, just drill a larger hole through the truss so you can enter it with a socket
So I was thinking about how you moved the coil brackets around to sit 1.5" over stock with 3" coils and was wondering if you could elaborate on that. The idea really intrigues me if I ever want to move to 37's.
I built a custom rear frame and mounted the coil 'cylinders' as close to the tub as I could. They are where they are. That allows me to run longer coils for any given height and, therefore, be able to use more shock travel while remaining lower.