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08-22-2011 02:19 PM
ESP Green,

What was the height of the lift on the jeep/s that had shaft failures? Also, were they 2 door or 4?
08-22-2011 02:04 PM
Hellraiser I think we are done here! lmao
08-22-2011 02:02 PM
GREEN-MACHINE
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Originally Posted by Hellraiser View Post
Read your other post. Glad your getting a new one. Ya it's a little flat on da bottom. Lol. Don't forget to post picks of the new driveshaft so I can drool over it!
ok will do
08-22-2011 01:56 PM
Hellraiser Read your other post. Glad your getting a new one. Ya it's a little flat on da bottom. Lol. Don't forget to post picks of the new driveshaft so I can drool over it!
08-22-2011 01:54 PM
GREEN-MACHINE
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Originally Posted by Hellraiser View Post
WTF u have a crowbar in it ? Are u sure it's flat?
its a small pry bar,,,,,,, and it was only flat on the bottom
08-22-2011 01:53 PM
Hellraiser
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Originally Posted by GREEN-MACHINE
yes the front shaft went 3x im waitimg on my tom woods as i type this,, i need 250 bucks to order it.. i hope to pick that money up this week
Whoever showed me the Tom Woods drive shafts should be shot! Lol
08-22-2011 01:52 PM
Hellraiser
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Originally Posted by GREEN-MACHINE
i did not need the tpms to tell me last friday morning to tell me i had a flat..... i knew right away it was flat,,,,
WTF u have a crowbar in it ? Are u sure it's flat?
08-22-2011 01:46 PM
GREEN-MACHINE
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Originally Posted by ESP123 View Post
GreenMachine,

The drive shafts you've had to replace, were they on JKs?
yes the front shaft went 3x im waitimg on my tom woods as i type this,, i need 250 bucks to order it.. i hope to pick that money up this week
08-22-2011 12:59 PM
ESP GreenMachine,

The drive shafts you've had to replace, were they on JKs?
08-22-2011 12:41 PM
EAD Offroad It's that a tire iron that killed the tire? Expensive no matter what!
08-22-2011 12:38 PM
JIMBOX Heh Heh, thats funny--


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Originally Posted by EAD Offroad View Post
I never knew that and I've had my procal for 3 years, I guess I should RTFM
Yes you can control the rpm, but there's a lotta restrictions and conditions, ya gotta meet-

JIMBO
08-22-2011 12:37 PM
GREEN-MACHINE i did not need the tpms to tell me last friday morning to tell me i had a flat..... i knew right away it was flat,,,,
08-22-2011 12:36 PM
EAD Offroad
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Originally Posted by JIMBOX View Post
You can even control your engine rpm, with the "Dome Light" dimmer-
Google it-
I never knew that and I've had my procal for 3 years, I guess I should RTFM
08-22-2011 12:03 PM
JIMBOX --BINGO-can't fool you !


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Originally Posted by ESP123 View Post
So your still saying it offers more for the Autos.
JIMBO
08-22-2011 12:02 PM
ESP So your still saying it offers more for the Autos.
08-22-2011 12:00 PM
JIMBOX Heh Heh, you seem tobe having a serious cranium malfunction-


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Originally Posted by ESP123 View Post
So your saying it offers ONE more thing for Autos vs Manuals.
Unless you've had an accident, you should be able to count to twenty, without using a calculator !!

Keepyerpowderdry

JIMBO
08-22-2011 11:53 AM
ESP
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Originally Posted by JIMBOX View Post
If you're familiar with the AEVPM, then you should know that, of




The eight different functions it has---modifying the auto shift points, is only ONE of those functions-all the other ones are applicable to the JK/JKU manual/auto-stock/modified and I've seen that they're available for the 2012 JK/JKUs-

JIMBO
So your saying it offers ONE more thing for Autos vs Manuals.
08-22-2011 11:49 AM
JIMBOX If you're familiar with the AEVPM, then you should know that, of


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Originally Posted by ESP123 View Post
Thanks Jimbo, I'm familiar with the pro cal. It offers more for an auto tranny though but I will get one for getting the light off my dashboard.
The eight different functions it has---modifying the auto shift points, is only ONE of those functions-all the other ones are applicable to the JK/JKU manual/auto-stock/modified and I've seen that they're available for the 2012 JK/JKUs-

JIMBO
08-22-2011 11:41 AM
ESP Thanks Jimbo, I'm familiar with the pro cal. It offers more for an auto tranny though but I will get one for getting the light off my dashboard.
08-22-2011 11:34 AM
JIMBOX --BINGO--


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Originally Posted by EAD Offroad View Post
No those won't replace the entire monitor, that's just a kit to replace the valve stem. The actual monitor is a lot more expensive, our price is $25 less than Qtec but it's still $95 each and you need 5. OMIX-ADA Jeep JK/WK Tire Pressure Monitor

Personally I just got a procal myself and set the TPMS warning threshold to 0 PSI.
Smart move

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Originally Posted by EAD Offroad View Post
Maybe I wasn't clear. If the OP does not have his monitors at all anymore, and does not want/care about the monitoring system, I'm suggesting it's cheaper to get a programmer and turn the system off vs. getting 5 new monitors.

Personally I sold my Rubicon wheels years ago with the sensors. With 37s you don't need a light to tell you a tire is flat
The AEV Procal Module is a fairly cheap "fix" for the "Defunct" TPMS system and the AEVPM has a multitude of other beneficial uses--

I've had mine for over two years and useit ALL THE TIME !!

You can even control your engine rpm, with the "Dome Light" dimmer-

Google it-

JIMBO
08-22-2011 10:46 AM
ESP That's what I was thinking too. I don't have the sensors in my current wheels. I sold them with the last set of tires before getting my bigger ones. Will just get a pro cal and turn them off if it's almost $100 beans a sensor.
08-22-2011 10:03 AM
EAD Offroad
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Originally Posted by TheAxe View Post
Doesn't this defeat the purpose?

Why keep the tpms monitors at all?
Maybe I wasn't clear. If the OP does not have his monitors at all anymore, and does not want/care about the monitoring system, I'm suggesting it's cheaper to get a programmer and turn the system off vs. getting 5 new monitors.

Personally I sold my Rubicon wheels years ago with the sensors. With 37s you don't need a light to tell you a tire is flat
08-22-2011 09:55 AM
TheAxe
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Originally Posted by EAD Offroad
Personally I just got a procal myself and set the TPMS warning threshold to 0 PSI.
Doesn't this defeat the purpose?

Why keep the tpms monitors at all?
08-22-2011 09:51 AM
EAD Offroad
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Originally Posted by ESP123 View Post
Been running without these for some time now because it's easier to air down and up without worrying about them. Was debating a pro cal too but I thought it was more expensive to replace these on a JK. Is this right? Are these the replacements for the sensors I took out?

Original Replacement Parts 17237.11 - Tire Pressure Monitor Service Kit for 07-11 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK & 08-09 Grand Cherokee WK - Quadratec
No those won't replace the entire monitor, that's just a kit to replace the valve stem. The actual monitor is a lot more expensive, our price is $25 less than Qtec but it's still $95 each and you need 5. OMIX-ADA Jeep JK/WK Tire Pressure Monitor


Personally I just got a procal myself and set the TPMS warning threshold to 0 PSI.
08-22-2011 09:27 AM
ESP
TPMS sensor replacement - Is this right?

Been running without these for some time now because it's easier to air down and up without worrying about them. Was debating a pro cal too but I thought it was more expensive to replace these on a JK. Is this right? Are these the replacements for the sensors I took out?

Original Replacement Parts 17237.11 - Tire Pressure Monitor Service Kit for 07-11 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK & 08-09 Grand Cherokee WK - Quadratec

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