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Old 12-18-2012, 06:41 PM   #91
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Did you buy the truss from Artec?

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Old 12-19-2012, 12:23 AM   #92
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Did you buy the truss from Artec?

Nope. didn't have the cash during their sale, I got paid right after it ended. So is the life of a college kid. Don't need the brackets til I get everything else so I can set up the right pinion angle anyways... so a few more months. Gona go help my buddy pull an axle friday, and maybe pull a hp30 for me if we find one w/ 4.10s. Gona try an snag a V8 zj tie rod while I am there as well. I also have a friend with 2 xj front axles, hoping one is 4.10. He's supposed to look, but I offered him 50 bucks for one if he has it and he said yes. So that would be sweet. He's a very good friend.

gona help my brother fix the yoke on his yj turdy5, then we are all gona take a wheelings trip soon, although I hate the cold. Gona start ordering parts soon I think...

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wheeling in the cold/snow is great. I'm actually kinda pissed at myself for not having a rig together to wheel this winter.
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:30 PM   #94
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wheeling in the cold/snow is great. I'm actually kinda pissed at myself for not having a rig together to wheel this winter.

I like wheeling in my snow, minus the hidden stumps all over the local trails lol. First winter I had my jeep I put a dent in the skid and oil pan from that... haha. At least my oil pan is high clearance now...

I am gona go play tomorow, you guys gona get a good bit of snow up your way? I know like 30 miles west of me can get up to 12. We are gona get 4-8.
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I hope there is not much snow, working for UPS and snow would just suck, but if we do get some I do plan on playing with the wifes impreza
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Haha that sounds like a good time to me. And yeah, I bet that would suck.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:13 PM   #97
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Well I got a nice surprise today. Stopped out to see my buddy (same one I keep mentioning, his name is Marc, I'll just refer to him by name now) and talk about his bl/mml he is installing and the np241 he is putting in and just BS and all that. He told me he got me a Christmas present and I was like, what? I thought he finally was going to make good on a bet we made a few months ago and got me either the Currie air down tool or the threaded adjustable tire deflators we have agreed on. Well I show up and were talking for a bit and he goes, here this is your present.

He gave me his SYE from his np231 that got tanked, since he know I needed it for my swap and he didn't anymore. Probably one of the nicest and most generous things anyone has ever done for me. It put me a lot closer to my budget and is gona help me get this build done a good month sooner, and definitely in time for our planned Rausch Creek dates. The only hitch was a small, maybe half pea sized hole on the splines of the shaft on the inside of the case. It's very small, and doesn't seem to have damaged the structural integrity at all. It is the rugged ridge SYE, so he and I figured that when his case snapped, perhaps there was a weak or bad piece of steel that just broke off somehow. The splines are all straight and true and nothing looks wrong. I figure the hole makes it about 1% weaker and shouldn't hurt anything at all. It goes across two splines and is about 1/4th inch is diameter or less. Shouldn't cause any issues. He contacted RR about it before giving it to me and they said they thought it would be fine and didn't know WTF could have caused it. It almost appears like it was drilled or tapped, it doesn't look like it was causes by hitting a piece of metal in the case or something like that. Worst case scenario is I just can't use it but I am pretty confident that it will be fine. I don't have pictures of the hole at the moment but can provide them. If anyone has any advice about it let me know. We almost thought that it was meant to be there for oil movement or something?
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:09 PM   #98
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run it and see what happens
that's the plan. For all we know he was running it for 25k like that, lol. I am gona look at it a little more but I can't see why anything would be wrong.
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Old 12-24-2012, 10:58 PM   #100
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Old 12-29-2012, 11:21 PM   #101
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Cut off abs wheels and started planning for a skid for the bottom lip.
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Old 12-29-2012, 11:37 PM   #102
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Dude....it looks like a bullethole.

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Old 12-29-2012, 11:43 PM   #103
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Ball bearing that broke loose, got picked up in the fluid, torque does Incredible things.
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Old 12-30-2012, 12:02 AM   #104
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I'm not completely sure how everything fits together in the tcase since I haven't done the install but I was wondering if the shaft is inside anything. Or open to the t case internals. It's just funny because the hole is the perfect shape of a Circle and there are no marks like something impacted it. There are actually still tool marks like the rest of the splines have. Really weird.

But yeah I plan on runnin it.

If it's a bulley hole it's about a .17
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Bet his chain snapped and the case split the front output almost off?
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You could add metal around that lip.
I cut most of it off - sawzall.
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Old 12-30-2012, 12:22 PM   #107
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Bet his chain snapped and the case split the front output almost off?

That case was cracked in half on the front. He pulled the front DS out with everything back throught the tcase still attached. LOL.

Duece, I was thinking about doing that and I am going to take some of it off, But doesn't the Ring Gear sit down in there a bit? I know the housing is hollowed out that direction so I didn't want to thin it out too much. I figure I will cut off about 1/2 inch at an angle and then put the skid over it.

Noticed I said ABS wheels, I meant ears. sorry I was typing this on my phone.
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Pulled the front shaft and drove it home? I would put money that hole was cause by a ball bearing from the front input bearing that let loose and went through the case. A wedged ball in a meshed gearset will cause the chain to bind which will cause the frontshaft to receive about 65% more torque then it was designed for, thus a case that looks like humpty and your
Sye hole where said ball punched through.

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Pulled the front shaft and drove it home? I would put money that hole was cause by a ball bearing from the front input bearing that let loose and went through the case. A wedged ball in a meshed gearset will cause the chain to bind which will cause the frontshaft to receive about 65% more torque then it was designed for, thus a case that looks like humpty and your
Sye hole where said ball punched through.

There's my 2¢
Tcase was done, had to get it towed I believe. Front DS siezed up which caused the break. Could have been a ball bearing that got pressed through, and in that case I don't see an issue in the integrity of the SYE. do you?

we may never know, and I am not worrying to much about what caused it.
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To be legal in PA you are supposed to have a e-brake to be inspected. I guess it just depends who does your inspection. LOL
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To be legal in PA you are supposed to have a e-brake to be inspected. I guess it just depends who does your inspection. LOL
Guy who does my inspection checks turn signals and breaks pretty much. But I do plan on having an e brake.
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Welded the tubes today, and welded up my skid. Gona add a little more to it.

I haven't welded in like 6 or 7 months. The guy who does weld (mig) didn't show up til late so I practiced up and went at them. Turned out I was using too small a rod (3/32) on the one side. I preheated and then tacked at 4 different spots (top bottom left right) then ran around the tube running each spot towards the next one half inch to inch tack at a time. Looked good til I got the slag off (one reason I don't like arc) and the bead was hugging the housing not the tube, I guess it was too small to try and fill the gap. Anyways I did a second pass to bridge up onto the tube and a third cap to seal it all in tight. Looks ugly and I was kinda pissed but whatever, it does it's job. I switched over to my 5/32 rods on the other side and one pass looked a lot better. I figure it may not look pretty but between the welded tubes and truss, there is no way in hell that those tubes are gona spin.

I think my rods were a little old/wet because once my friend got there he said that they weren't welding very nice to begin with. switched rods and it looked a lot better. I am gona try to get some more time in practice before I do my brackets and make the decision if I am welding them or if my buddy marc will with his mig. I get really good penetration with the arc, but I think it will look cleaner with the MIG. He does do any arc welding at all at his job so he's not much better than I am with it.

Anyways I did the skid next and marc helped me get it tacked to the housing the fit the side pieces on and tack them on as well, then I popped it back off the housing and burnt the pieces in good, front and back. Gona fit some more pieces on it to the bottom, already got it figured out, and get painted inside where the skid will be before I burn it fast.
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Pics or it didnt happen. I like the idea of a skid on the 8.8 would love to see it.
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Pics or it didnt happen. I like the idea of a skid on the 8.8 would love to see it.
In the works. It's messy now but will clean up nice.
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That will be very nice when u get it finished. I think when i pull mine to re-gear it I will do the same. Thanks!
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That will be very nice when u get it finished. I think when i pull mine to re-gear it I will do the same. Thanks!
Plan on filling in with some more plate on the edges so there is no sharp edge at all. I can skid over stuff all day but the diff isn't gona magically raise 1"+ lol. Should be worth while. I have about 30 minutes invested so far.
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Crossmember stuff from ruff stuff (bushings and frame mounts) and the artec truss are here Nothing more to update. plan on getting the x member done over my spring break (march 2-8)
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Ryan, how have you liked having that aussie up front?
I love it. It seriously makes such a huge different offroad, especially on the rocks. On road in the snow it pulls like a champ, even if the back end wants to spin the front keeps pulling. Of course there is slightly modified driving on roads spotted with ice. No 4wd unless the roads are covered. But it's easy enough to shift on the fly. The locker usually unlocks and it it doesn't you can just pop into N quick and tap the breaks and your good to go. For the price it's probably one of my favorite mods I have done and definitely worth it.

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