|09-25-2006 01:36 PM|
nope no chance. make tabs, mount it, relocate the drag link onto the axle by creating a 1" thick bung welded to the tie rod. route lines through some trick holes in the up 4 link mount. shorten the drag link......BUT NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I AM NOT GOOD ENOUGH TO GET THIS FAGGOT TO BLOW OUT THE AIR AND JUST FUNCTION NORMALLY IN SOCIETY.
I don't do diffs
I don't change fluids
I don't add fluids to things
I don't wire stuff.
I PLAY WITH NICE CLEAN METAL....CREATE THINGS.....MODIFY SHIT. I don't play in f-cking oil all day. I'm sending it home w/ out this sh~t working. It's probably just the pump being a cunthole
Sorry kevin if you're reading this, but I've wasted 5 hours of my life trying to get this to work. It's worth no amount of money in the world to bathe in atf all day.
|09-25-2006 12:54 PM|
22 min later ,..... is it working ?
makes me think twice about hooking up the ram assist.
|09-25-2006 12:23 PM|
|Sillyneck||this is the most thing I've ever dealt with on a vehicle. You'd think 9 hrs later I'd be done bleeding it and it would function 1/2 way normal. no chance of that. it's still burping and queefing fluid ever time it gets a chance.|
|09-25-2006 11:31 AM|
|Sillyneck||f-ck. I got the right f-cking routing the 1st time... I hate this crap|
|09-25-2006 10:50 AM|
ford box...west texas ram... hose routing???!!!
okay.....I'm working with a 3 bolt outside of the frame mounted f150 box. the spur has been changed so the pitman arm can work pointing to the back of the truck (traditional).
so the box is tapped on the driver's side of the box and the passenger side of the box. which line goes to which part of the ram. I'll define it as the hole closest to the shaft....versus the hole not close to the shaft LOL
it has a west texas ram....
I've never had a problem setting this stuff up. I'm losing time and money fooling around w/ it....I've tried the two different ways it can go and haven't made any progress bleeding it so I want to make sure it's right before I wasted any more time or fluid or oil sweep.
this is why I am a fabricator and not a general mechanic