Yeah, so that sounds kinda ghetto.JorgeFdz said:The ram has a label, it reads,
Lion 2500 (wtf?)
8" stroke 2" bore measured the shaft and the shaft is 1.25"
this jeep was not mine, but i dont know what the fuck this guy did, looks like he "decreased" the stroke by welding some kind of stops on the shaft on both of them.
On the pump, i think it is the stock one, if its possible.
Below is a picture of what it should look like now with the lines in black. Remove the T-fittings where they branch off and just run those lines into one cylinder. It should look like the lines in red now. It should not matter which cylinder you use, but make sure you keep the lines feeding the same ports so you keep Left/Right direction correct when you turn the wheel.JorgeFdz said:you mean just unplug them, then plug them?
x2RedBullJeep said:Why don't you try to switch to a smaller pump pulley first???
Basically, if you have good turning at higher RPM but not low, spinning the pump a little faster with a smaller pulley will most likely get you over the hump.