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Old 07-09-2003, 10:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Red NEck RAm Special

As I said in the Redneck contest I am selling the RedNeck Ram Hydro assist kits for 399.00 to all star owners on PBB for the month of July.
Just thought i'd post it here so that all would know.
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can you post a link or pic of what's included.....thanks
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can you post a link or pic of what's included.....thanks
http://westtexasoffroad.homestead.co...osteering.html
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Thanks AZford.

It includes everything that is needed to do hydro assist, plus a complete rebuild on your box along with all the porting that is needed to it.
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Thanks AZford.

It includes everything that is needed to do hydro assist, plus a complete rebuild on your box along with all the porting that is needed to it.
Sounds good. As we speak, I am buying a star and boxing my blown box.
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Old 07-10-2003, 10:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
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What is the turn around time on this?
Some of us can't afford to have no steering for very long.
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Old 07-10-2003, 10:53 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Normally 2-4 days. Depending on how busy we are that day and what time the shipment comes in it could be a little as 1 day. or if you need a lot of custom parts it could be a week. but normally it averages from 2-4 days.
Alot of people that are in time crunches or need there vehicles will get a core box from a scrap yard or pick-n-pull and send us that since we do a full rebuild anyway.
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I'm sending my steering box out to you tomorrow!
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Old 07-15-2003, 09:40 PM   #9 (permalink)
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great!!! I'll get it done for ya ASAP.
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Matt, BTT for ya buddy. Also, what is the best way to mount the ram? Would a single piston ram be OK with your system to ease installation?
Lastly, I know the J20 box is better, but if I sent you my stock YJ box to rebuild how much different would that be than the J20 box?
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Old 07-16-2003, 10:18 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks,
The single ended ram is what i normally include with my kits.

The J20 box is what i recommend for people that are NOT going hydro assist. It is a large bore box that will give you more power over the stock box.
But if you want to go hydro assist then the stock box in my opinion works better. That is unless it is a TJ box and then i would recommend going with a S-10 box from one older than 95. They have the oldeer style lower seal and is much better for what we use them for.
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Old 07-17-2003, 03:50 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Thanks, Matt. I currently have an '87 YJ I am building that has the stock PS box, but I also have an '95 XJ that I am parting out. Is one of those boxes better than the other or are they the same. Also, I saved the PS pump and brackets from the 258--should I swap the older pump to the 4.0 that I will be swapping in?
I will be turning 38X12.50 Swampers mostly in mud, but also in places like Paragon and Tellico. Would I be OK with a stock box rebuild and no hydro assist? Also, I have heard that hydro assist takes some of the "road feel" away, is there a way to "bypass" the hydro cylinder for on-road driving?

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I tapped my own box when I rebuilt it a few months ago (plugged it for now)... any special deals this month on just a ram, heim ends, & hoses?
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I tapped my own box when I rebuilt it a few months ago (plugged it for now)... any special deals this month on just a ram, heim ends, & hoses?

That'd be a sweet package for me also.
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Old 07-19-2003, 10:58 PM   #15 (permalink)
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any experiences with this setup with a toyota ifs box?
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Old 07-23-2003, 10:28 AM   #18 (permalink)
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OOP's runs a Redneck Ram w/ a Toy IFS box and LOVES it. Many other people do too.

Mine will be with an IFS box.
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I tapped my own box when I rebuilt it a few months ago (plugged it for now)... any special deals this month on just a ram, heim ends, & hoses?
Same deal here. I have a spare box I will tap and I have a pair of 36" hyd. hose. Jut need the ram and some mounts. Hard time finding a 1.5" ram

Just saw it on the site:
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Steering Box Rebuild $100
1.5" Ram $150.00
1.75" RAM - $150.00
5/8" HARDWARE KIT(BOLTS, WASHERS, WELD TABS, AND LOCK NUTS)$25.00
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Sorry i haven't answered you guys in a few day. It seems a few of you were waiting on this special and i've been a busy boy for the past few days. Not that i'm complaining

Yes we can do a deal for you guys on the other parts. We are always willing to sell just the pieces. I always hated vendors that made you buy just their stuff so i would never do that. Esspecially to the people on thois board.

Thanks again for all the business.
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Thanks Matt. I'll be calling you probably sometime next week to get some parts to get this project rolling.

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Old 07-25-2003, 07:55 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Matt,

Would you PM me with the special star owner pricing for a 1.5", 8" stroke ram, 5/8" heims, and 5/8" hardware kit?

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Erik, I just ordered my ram, ends and the mounts. Should be here this week. nice folks to do business with
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I tried yesterday after work but they were already closed. Forgot about the time difference.

Today hopefully...

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Ordered and on its way.

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Maybe you can help me out:

I have a cj with the old ratio box 20:1 and i would like a newer 16:1 or varible ....

but things in Chile are a bit expensive what brand and model vehile could i get


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