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post #31 of 187 Old 05-05-2013, 12:49 PM Thread Starter
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Dropped all my hubs and shafts off at the machine shop and the 14bolt housing at the sandblasterso ill have some more updates once it get some parts back


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post #32 of 187 Old 05-07-2013, 10:07 AM
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The sterling 10.5s already have a tone ring on the carrier. I've been curious to know if you could splice both rear sensor lines onto a single tone ring and lie to the computer. I don't see why it would fault. As far as the computer would know, you're running a Detroit in the back.

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Splicing the tone ring to two sensor inputs won't work. You can run a minimum of 1 sensor and still get speedo and odometer but unless you have all 4 up and running you will end up with an ABS fault. That said, folks have places multiple sensors on a single tone ring and made that work. jeepbronco put 2 on each side of his 14B and nothing up front and it worked out fine. Great way to go so you only have to deal with machining on one of the axles rather than trying to match tooth count, bore, and overall diameter for the tone ring on dissimilar axles.

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Good to know, though I'm not sure how i could get a second sensor to read the factory tone ring on a 10.5 due to it being inside the differential. I guess I need a 10.5 to look at and let the creativity wheels roll

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The trick to the factory tone rings is the tooth spacing not the tooth count.


I was going to use the Sterling rear end but didnt want to have to deal with relocating the fuel tank just yet....
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The fuel tank is a pretty easy swap. The GR setup is way overpriced. JSS has a thread on doing a TJ swap on the cheap over at JKO. Since there isn't any real need to stretch the wheelbase on a JKU it works out nicely.

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Do you have a link to it? I'd get a strange feeling in my pants If I could use a savvy GTS

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Looking good man ! I'm subscribed !

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Yeah buddy

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Nothing new to report other than I did drag the 60 under the front. Ill start all the measuring and fun stuff this week.

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What fender flares are those?

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Following this thread. Hoping to have the funds to do this sometime this year or next spring.

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Love the look of those but $800 is insanely high in my opinion.

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post #45 of 187 Old 05-14-2013, 07:45 PM
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Exactly what I'll be doing with mine. I'll enjoy following along.

How have you setup your rear suspension?

I'll be ordering the artec 4 link kit for the 14 bolt
https://artecindustries.3dcartstores...asp?itemid=261

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