Type: Posts; User: newracer
The smallest, a 4.8, does put out 255 hp. I think it would bolt right in as they are still based on the original 350. But as you pointed out you probably couldn't use all your already replaced...
How about a junkyard 5.3 or 6.0? That's what a lot of buggy guys do.
I still need to take mine in and see if they are covered by the recall, but they are holding up the rear axle of my buggy right now.
It makes for a longer day but IMO if your going to do Imogene you should do Black Bear first. Maybe run those Wednesday instead of Thursday.
My only guess is the dual rate slider, piece between the two springs, got stuck and it over compressed the lower spring.
One of my shocks was leaking oil so I decided to rebuild them today. Unfortunately I found some damaged parts.
I ditched the high lift years ago and now just carry a bottle jack with a SWAG axle cradle and high-lift base to set it on.
The gatekeeper likely seemed harder because they clean it out every spring to make it harder. I hope you un-stacked the rocks you needed to get through.
I took the JKUR out on Moody Hill last weekend and about 1/2 way through the trip noticed the electronic sway bar disconnect was not working properly. I new this day was coming as it is a typical...
Up here in the Canyon Lakes district we cannot officially volunteer at this time. I was told it is because the FS has not yet finalized their plan on how to handle volunteers with the pandemic. We...
My fix for a front license plate mount. Cut a slot in a piece of square stock, welded on a piece of angle to attach plate to. Glued some rubber pad to it to keep things from scratching. Clamp unit...
From COHVCO Facebook post
WE STOPPED THE RAID OF $5 MILLION DOLLARS FROM THE OHV FUND!
The Colorado General Assembly has adjourned for the year and we are pleased to inform you the $5 million ...
Moody and Sevenmile are open as of this posting. Pole Hill and others in the area should open today as well.
That road is awful, reminds me of Greenridge.
New hood latches for the JKUR.
I see the recess now. I plan on making one that gets clamped between the fairlead and the flatlink.
I'd be concerned that at an extreme angle your rope will hit the plate and get damaged. I am pretty sure those are designed to go behind the fairlead.
Zapata Falls is awesome. Well worth the short hike.
I had one similar to this on my TJ.
I have both of these, if you can find a fitting to crimp your more than welcome to try either one.
The dowel wouldn't need to be that long and it should be pointed. Working with that large of a rope it should be pretty easy.
Probably too large to do with my Factor 55 tool but could likely get it done with one of these.