Every thing is from a two wheel drive T-100. Ony one bolt hole is there that you can use. Yoy have to drill and tap the main bearing griddle for the other four. Some have just drilled the two for the oil pickup and said that was good because they said it as a bitch to drill and tap. I had no problem so I went ahead and did all four. Started with a real sharp 1/8th bit, slow speed and then drilled the tap size hole. If you do a search on ram assist you will find the PN's for the parts. I did not get the dipstick and tube, I am using the old one. I think all the parts ran about $160TablerockToy said:OOP'S, So the oil pan is from the 3.4 t100, what about the windage tray and pic up? Are they from the same? If not, what? This is going to be one of my next upgrades and I want to put my ram in the same spot, so any help would be great!! By the way I really dig the flames thats a nice touch:grinpimp:
Same way I am doing it, My arms are at least 4 years old. I have the 2nd Hy-Steer that Marlin sold and the arm are AP welded arms.woody99 said:Nice FLAMES! Maybe we can get a pic of that on the trail upside down
How the hell can I mount up a ram without getting new steering arms?????????????????
The have been great but they seem a little long now. The arms are about 2-3 years old so they are some of the first hy-steer arms.
i thought you were going with the west texas one? did getting your own parts save that much $$?? [ hoses,ram, fittings, mounts,and stuf]OOP'S said:Yea I am going to try it. The guy that owns West Texas Offroad (I think his name is Matt) said it should work.