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  1. Fordfreak$
    08-05-2013 06:28 PM - permalink
    Fordfreak$
    Hi. I just installed a PSC double end ram kit for a TJ in my 00TJ. I went out this past weekend and overall the steering works well but I do have 2 issues with it. My problem is that I can not turn the wheels fast enough. Let say I'm in a race and I hit a giant whoop. The back kicks out sideways and when I go to correct I'm actually pushing against the pump. I had a close call in the rocks while crawling this weekend and the steering speed restricted me a bit. If I get in a bad situation there is now doubt this is going to screw me. How do I make it faster? I talked to someone at PSC today and he told me to drill out the high pressure pump fitting to 3/16". After doing so I re-bled the system. While up on jack stands I almost feel like it made no difference at all. His next suggestion was to go with a smaller pump pulley. I can also tell you that the pump whines a little over about 3500RPM. Am I on the right track? Thanks -Ian
  2. bronco1ab
    03-20-2013 08:07 AM - permalink
    bronco1ab
    I'm looking for your SC2227kb kit shipped to 64151
  3. bronco1ab
    03-20-2013 05:26 AM - permalink
    bronco1ab
    Do you give a discount to pirate members
  4. Echo4charlie
    01-26-2013 11:10 AM - permalink
    Echo4charlie
    I have a stupid question? One of my friends just picked up a 10" ram and has a full width axle. All the kits you sell are 8". What application calls for a 10?
  5. slob259
    05-19-2012 06:55 PM - permalink
    slob259
    I have a PSC hydro boost + steering assist full kit for V8 Chevy/Jeep CJ that's been working great for a long time. Just recently I swapped out the ram cylinder and now am having a hell of a time getting it to work again. I've bled it a hundred times, pump gets VERY hot and high pressure line to hydro boost is hot, but cold on the pressure line coming out of hydro boost to steering gear, return line from hydro boost to reservoir is warm. Is this normal? I checked all the hoses and no leaks or kinks. The suction hose from the reservoir to pump is short and relatively straight. I didn't change any of the configuration except a new 8" ram, I bent the old one. I swapped in a new pump and started over with the same results. I've gone through the bleed procedure so many times it's crazy, two weeks of this. Do I let it get hot and just keep it up until it starts to get all the lines hot? I'm afraid it might fry the pump, it's HOT
  6. SierraDave
    02-29-2012 01:22 PM - permalink
    SierraDave
    Can you provide shipping/tracking information? I've called your sales and shipping departments several times and left my name and number, no one has returned my calls. I'd just like to know when I can expect to receive my order. Order # 100002376. Thanks!
  7. akacroftie
    02-10-2012 11:23 PM - permalink
    akacroftie
    could i get a quote on a FHK100TC double ended ram kit, shipped to 29607
  8. outofservice
    10-11-2011 08:29 PM - permalink
    outofservice
    could a get a quote for fhk100p and der13253. shipped to 97754 thanks
  9. Racer Xterra
    10-05-2011 10:17 AM - permalink
    Racer Xterra
    Thanks for the advice / deal...... When will these be back in stock and available to ship?
  10. PSC Motorsports
    10-05-2011 08:30 AM - permalink
    PSC Motorsports
    I would run a sc2200k, the small valve in your gear box is better suited for the small cylinder.

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