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NC-Fordguy
Mon May 26 2008, 10:21PM
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Len...

Have a list of parts/part numbers for your air system on the arb???

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gogogadgetbiker
Mon May 26 2008, 11:10PM

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Namely the valve you used Len.

2002 GMC Sonoma ZR2 SFA
HP D60 front, 5:13's,Chevy brakes, ARB, 35 spline hubs, rotated
GM 14B FF rear 5:13's, Disk, Detroit, 3/8" diff cover
Alcan Waggie 4" front springs and ZR2 4" rear springs
Highsteer/crossover steering, PSC Box
42" IROKs, Eaton 32 Bolt Beadlocks
High Angle Driveshafts
Custom T-case
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mud4me
Tue May 27 2008, 07:06PM

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I use the power kit regulator from Lowes, $80. You can get a regulator somewhere else but they are much more expensive. Then the switch I used came from PowerTank. I have an extra one of both for the samurai or ZJ if you want to borrow them to try them out first.

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NC-Fordguy
Wed May 28 2008, 05:24PM
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found their website....what is it that I am looking for???

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mud4me
Wed May 28 2008, 05:53PM

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mud4me wrote ...

I assume you are referring to the Powertank website. Here are the various links to the items I use. Aside from the tank and regulator these should be all the parts you need. I just saw on their site they have a barrel regulator. That would probably be cheaper than using the Lowes kit, just pick up a tank at Lowes or anywhere that does paintball supplies. When you call them ask if it would work for your application.

http://www.powertank.com/products/sfID1/27/productID/134
http://www.powertank.com/products/sfID1/27/productID/254

http://www.powertank.com/products/sfID1/27/productID/213



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gogogadgetbiker
Thu May 29 2008, 01:41AM

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http://www.powertank.com/products/sfID1/27/productID/134
Just get that valve and the rest from Lowes, makes replacement parts easier to get.

2002 GMC Sonoma ZR2 SFA
HP D60 front, 5:13's,Chevy brakes, ARB, 35 spline hubs, rotated
GM 14B FF rear 5:13's, Disk, Detroit, 3/8" diff cover
Alcan Waggie 4" front springs and ZR2 4" rear springs
Highsteer/crossover steering, PSC Box
42" IROKs, Eaton 32 Bolt Beadlocks
High Angle Driveshafts
Custom T-case
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mud4me
Thu May 29 2008, 01:07PM

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You don't need the second link but it provides a lot of safety. Unless the Lowes in Greenville has compression fittings for the ARB blue line you will be better off and cheaper using the powertank setup. The pressure relief is preset for the ARB so you don't inadvertently blow the seals.

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gogogadgetbiker
Thu May 29 2008, 09:04PM

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You can get all the fittings locally at Fastenal

2002 GMC Sonoma ZR2 SFA
HP D60 front, 5:13's,Chevy brakes, ARB, 35 spline hubs, rotated
GM 14B FF rear 5:13's, Disk, Detroit, 3/8" diff cover
Alcan Waggie 4" front springs and ZR2 4" rear springs
Highsteer/crossover steering, PSC Box
42" IROKs, Eaton 32 Bolt Beadlocks
High Angle Driveshafts
Custom T-case
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mud4me
Thu May 29 2008, 09:52PM

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There you go, I was unable to source the fittings in Raleigh. That's not to say it's not here, I just couldn't find it.

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NC-Fordguy
Fri May 30 2008, 02:49PM
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Shane currently has the carrier. He feels that it can be repaired. If not then I'll move up to the arb.



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NC-Fordguy
Fri May 30 2008, 04:58PM
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Got alloy shafts for the front ordered today. They have the bigger u-joints installed

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mud4me
Fri May 30 2008, 06:29PM

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SWEET!!!
Whose did you go with?

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mcjeep
Fri May 30 2008, 07:14PM
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If you need a carrier I have few of them. You are more than welcome to one.

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NC-Fordguy
Fri May 30 2008, 07:43PM
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Went with hard rock brand from one of the Bronco vendors.......

Not sure a new carrier would solve the problem...the detroit locker got tweaked a bit

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