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Nice right up by every one who put here knowledge into this Advancement , but I have a different prob. My steering wheel bounces back and forth due to the ps box being sloppy,old idk the miles, any ideas on how to fix this shimmy back and forth on the road will helpBy the way I don't have hydro ass. Ifs box and high steer and steering stabali ectThanks
about 3/8ths on an inch down. be carefull not to go to deep. just keep checking it once you get down a little. better safe than sorry. it will be very obvious when you get to it. usually, the bit will catch a bit right before you get into the vein. hope this helps.
Got my assist on, surplus ram, norm setup on toy axle. Stock pump, sotck res, no cooler. Bled works good, Lag isnt bad. When I put it in 4-6 inch rut, it struglles to crush it and turn through the ground, it flat out WONT unless I rev the engine, at which point pump whines and it will power through easily. Do i need to drill my pump out?
1.5 surpluscenter ram, where is said restrictor on box at?
ah I know of restrictor in pump, I believe your post said on box, i got confused. said look to see if restrictor has been removed from box??
eh, I never removed that, mine works fine other than one issue I posted, should I remove it? My box is off my 88 stock, I drilled and tapped it myself, it has like 280k on it.
And heres Rick's pics from the same thread showing the work done to the 80 box.
Is there any reason the IFS box can't be tapped similarly to the 80 box, rather than tapping directly into the vein? It looks like the basic design of the boxes are the same, only bigger and reverse rotation on the 80 box. If you look at the first two pictures, and compare it to the pics in posts 19 & 17, the "end cap" area looks to be the same design, w/ a seal area (shiny part around the end of the inside of the cavity) and the vein going into the recess at the end where the 80 box is drilled. LMK if that makes sense to anyone other than me. Seems like you'd save alot of worry
no, i would not think so, It may make it harder to mount it being in the front, depending on how you do your box and how far forward it is. I like it being in the top, and NOT drilling the other hole where everyone does, instead drilling it towards the rear of the box more in the open, nothing on the front of the box at all. Helps routing lines and mounting it in, and getting it to fit.
X2I tapped mine on top and in front (toyoda) and when I decided to relocate my gear box and kick my axle forward another 1.5"...I now have to retap my box on the side due lack of space or access to connect hose back on.
ok so i went got tap hope its right one its a 1/4 18 npt tap this is correct??
Ok I tapped my box the top hole was ard but I tapped into vein, as I'm putting Ifs box together does it matter which way the pitman shaft goes in, the box has those gears inside so I put it in middle to line up or?? [/quot toothe]Don't remember exactly. You should line a first tooth with a first. Don't line a first tooth in in between.
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