Internal box servo, with what I've calculated it should be fine with the "smaller" double ended rams. Still a massive amount of force in a 2.0 ram. No need to buy an additional $600 component when it's all about using matched parts. If I were racing, I'd probably buy a 2.5 or 2.75 bore ram and the Howe/Sweet servo, but I haven't tried this setup yet either.External servo, or the one in the box? I've pretty much settled on going the same or similar route after stepping up to 41.5's last week
Cool! It's a Super Box 1 for MJ and XJ. As far as I know, they can't modify two of the ports without a new casting. BUT, I've heard that PSC and Howe have their own castings. Not sure if AGR ever did that.Thanks, I'll be following along. I'm curious if any mods are done to the stock servos on the high dollar assist boxes, vs stock or what you have. Which model AGR did you go with?
External servo and a manual box is all you'd need. Just match the ram to the servo for flow. A 2.5 bore ram and the Howe servo would be the best DIY setup. For you, even if it's just a trail rig, I'd suggest the full race setup for your 41.5s. Do you want faster steering or just solid feel with the same rock crawler speed? Either way, double ended ram assist is the way to go! :smokin:PSC does for sure have their own casting. From my conversation with Jeff Howe the other week, I know that they still mod OEM boxes, but that's not to say that they don't have a new casting to offer. I'm following along because at $900 for the current PSC box, the external servo sounds cheap, lol. Howe only sells complete setups; $2500 for assist and $4k for their 4500 setup.
Wow, I'm honored you read all my rambled posts Very glad you like it!Just finished reading the whole thread start to finish... that was a fun turkey weekend. What'd you get done while I was reading?
They actually did very well. Held up at 2-3 psi on the BTRs even going 20-30mph on the road back to loading area. I was seriously impressed. They hooked up just as well as any other tire there, just can't go uphill on ice. :laughing: No beads lost, no burping air. The Jantz deflators make deflating easy as pie, so glad to have those.Sticky tars no Bueno in the snow.
Exactly. Romping around the campground roads and the loading areas with 1-2 feet was way more fun than sliding backwards down a cliff.Yeah I went wheeling around here at a place that had tons of cliffs in the snow before. Fuck that. Snow wheeling is fun enough on logging roads