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YJ Re-build
#53
well if the compressor and the regulator are both on a 12v...just wire the two of them to take power off of the same switch. Just make sure the switch can handle the doubled current of running two items instead of one. Do that for both switches...each will turn both the compressor and locker on.
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#54
But if they're both wired directly to the compressor, won't they each also be wired together, indirectly?
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#55
Stupid people accidentally switching it on, on the road and hurting themselves or someone else. And there are a lot of them out there. That’s why there is the third compressor switch. It’s a safely so you would need to hit at least two switches at the same time to lock the rear and 3 switches to lock the front. Now if I hit any one switch a locker is engaged.
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#56
Will this cause any issues with the locker partially engaging due to insufficient air pressure? I mean, the instant you hit the switch, if there's only 40 psi, the locker isn't going to fully actuate.
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#57
But the instant I hit the switch it turns the compressor on until it reaches 100 psi and then shuts off. Whenever it drops below 70 psi it turns back on until I turn the lockers off. Both the front and rear do this with out activating the other switch or locker.
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#58
But what about the time it takes the compressor to build up to 100 psi? I guess you're stopped to engage it anyway, so you'll just have to make sure you don't move until the compressor stops.
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#59
It only takes about 3-5 seconds to go from 0psi to 100psi and the lockers lock at around 60-70 psi so its pretty fast.
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#60
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#61
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#62
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#63
LOOKIN GOOD DUDE!!!!!
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#64
sweet. 4th time's a charm?
when's the winch gonna be ready, this ttime?
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#65
Very nice.
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#66
Winch not back yet. Looks like I will be dropping the NV4500 and sending it back. It started leaking soon after it was up and it's not shifting well at all. They will be paying the shipping for it to go back and the new one from there to here. Might need some help with this I'll let you all know. Hope to start it soon after we get back. Or at least after the silver MJ motor swap is done.
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#67
ouch.
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#68
Well that sucks. I guess it is cool though that they are taking care of the shipping. When you need a hand let me know.
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#69
Ooofff!~ That sucks a lot!
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#70
They wanted me to open it up, see how it looked and reseal it. I told them we just didn't have the room or time, this it how it worked out.
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#71
I have been running all winter with out my KC lights since I hate wiring. After spending some time with Kelly and his outstanding ability to explain things to others I have leaned a bit. I spent a few minuets looking for the problem with the lights and after all that not wanting to deal with wiring it was only a blown relay. The work now. I also installed the new Tom Woods driveshaft. More on that later. As soon as I pop that u-joint out I’ll get the other driveshaft back to Nate. Thanks foe helping me out with the loner Nate.
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#72
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Thanks foe helping me out with the loner Nate
you know how it works E.....anyways I wouldnt be too thankful, I rode with that shaft installed in the Jeep, it wasnt necessarily a pleasant experience...
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#73
We are getting ready to rip that NV4500 out and send it back for a new one. The one thing I wished I would never need to do is pull that back out after we got it up there. Over 200 pounds. Not fun at all.
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#74
I thought it was a brand new unit?
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#75
holeski Wrote:Winch not back yet. Looks like I will be dropping the NV4500 and sending it back. It started leaking soon after it was up and it's not shifting well at all. They will be paying the shipping for it to go back and the new one from there to here. Might need some help with this I'll let you all know. Hope to start it soon after we get back.

It's hard to shift into 3ed and first is now like hitting a brick wall.
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#76
Back from the dead. I will try to get a few current photos and specs.


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#77
94 Jeep Wrangler YJ/ Green Lantern
Bought in Coulmbus Ohio in 97. Used, one owner stock.
I6 4.0L HO .040 over hi flow intake & exhaust
3 core radiator hi flow t-stat housing
NV4500 5 speed (5.71 1st/ 0.75 OD) w/ Advanced Adapters bell housing
Centerforce clutch
2sp Atlas II 4.3
Tom Woods Driveshaft & u-joints
Rear axle: Dynatrac Pro Rock 60, disk brake, chromoly shafts, 5 on 4.5, 5 on 5 & 6 on 5, 4.56 ARB locker
Front axle: 78 FSJ Dana 44, knuckles rotated, Holeproof/Jantz 1ton hi steer, Superwinch HD Hubs, Yukon Chromoly shafts and Jantz Super Joints, Crane outters & diff cover 4.56 ARB locker
Holeproof custome SOA lift w/MORE front shackle reversal and buggy springs. 3/4 elliptical
1" body lift
rock crusher rear corner panels
PSC steering box with AGR Rock-Ram & Pump and oil cooler w/ Aviation B fluid
MORE steering brace
bilstein 5100 shocks
MORE long travel shock hoops
40x14.50 R17 Goodyear Competition Rock Spider MTR tires
17" 40 bolt MRW Competition Beadlocks 6 on 5
8k lbs Winch with Viking Winchline & recovery gear
hi lift jack
kilby gas skid
bestop soft top
duel red top battries
window cowl flood lights
LED headlights & tail lights
ARB snorkle & K&N air filters
Holeproof Fab tube work, tube fenders, swing down spair tire rack, rear bumper, rear anti wrap, rock sliders' hi clearance belly skid & cross members, cage additions, hood gaurd, stinger, and much much more.


14-18 MPG with low octane on 40"s better then stock!
Top speed of about 95MPH
final crawl ratio 111.96:1
Wheel Base 98" (stock 93.4")
hight with top 85"
width 84"
Belly clearance 22"

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