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post #181 of 193 (permalink) Old 06-30-2007, 07:15 AM
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I got the valve but now I'm trying to figure out how to adapt from metric brake lines to the proportioning valve. Did you cut and flare your hard line with a new fitting?
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post #182 of 193 (permalink) Old 06-30-2007, 08:24 AM
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front range off road sells an adapter....comes with the valve if you purchase it as a kit-- I'm sure they'd let it go separate tho....can't be that expensive. Just a word to the wise as well: If you decide to ditch the ABS system all together, that controller under the hood sells for a little over a GRAND from the dealer. Helps to fund other parts of the build......

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what size plate did you use to box the frame?
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post #185 of 193 (permalink) Old 02-10-2008, 02:24 PM
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Did you just cycle the leafs and use the fully extended shock measurment while the leaf was fully drooped then use the compressed measurment with the leaf bumped to get the two arches? Does that make sense??
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Did you just cycle the leafs and use the fully extended shock measurment while the leaf was fully drooped then use the compressed measurment with the leaf bumped to get the two arches? Does that make sense??
Check this out, I don't think it could be explained any better. Its designed around a Ranger, but it will work for any vehicle. there is also a sweet video showing you how to do it.

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That is perfect exactly what I was thinking thanks centralcoasttaco.
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this truck is up for sale on racedezert in the offroad truck section. sad to see someone work so hard and spend so much $ to turn around and sell it.

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Hopefully he gets what he is asking for it, cause this thing is CLEAN!

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too bad he was lazy with the cell install and it won't pass emmisions.
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emissions suck, i am about to register my truck up in northen arizona so i won't have to worry about emission testing

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Hurry, the laws are changing soon. I don't have some emmsions related equipment but I pass!
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How did you end up plumbing the fuel cell? THREAD REVIVAL!
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