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Builds / Re: spyder III begins
« Last post by Posimoto on Yesterday at 05:01:00 PM »
A line lock is mechanical, and saparate from the electrical system.
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General Discussion / Re: Start here! Newbie introduction thread
« Last post by Axle on Yesterday at 04:53:55 PM »
welcome!
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Builds / Re: spyder III begins
« Last post by SPYDER on Yesterday at 04:41:46 PM »
I thought about the line lock but wasn't sure if it would loose power once it's electrically killed with my kill switch.  I'll have to look into it deeper.

On the front truss, I want to cut it off and put a lower profile one on it so I can actually fix my fan and have less worries about cooling.  But my priority is the rear.  We will see what happens.
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Builds / Re: spyder III begins
« Last post by Posimoto on Yesterday at 04:33:39 PM »
I have a line lock using a Parker valve.
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General Discussion / Re: Start here! Newbie introduction thread
« Last post by Ian on Yesterday at 04:28:47 PM »
welcome!
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Builds / Re: spyder III begins
« Last post by Ian on Yesterday at 04:27:57 PM »
parking brakes? we don't need to stinkin' parking brakes!
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General Discussion / Re: Start here! Newbie introduction thread
« Last post by Posimoto on Yesterday at 04:26:58 PM »
Welcome to the club Brandon, it was nice meeting and wheeling with you yesterday.
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General Discussion / Re: Start here! Newbie introduction thread
« Last post by BigRedHusky on Yesterday at 03:54:43 PM »
Friend told me about you guys and too me out last Sunday and couldn't say no gives me a reason to get the ranger back out in the woods cuss every where I used to go is getting developed
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Builds / Re: spyder III begins
« Last post by jerry k on Yesterday at 03:14:20 PM »
Park up against a tree
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Builds / Re: spyder III begins
« Last post by Bluerocket on Yesterday at 02:45:47 PM »
You can do a disk brake on the rear pinion transfer case.   Fully mechanical but you need driveshafts for it to work.   I think even steep hills youíll be fine (my Cj always is) but I do see what you want it for. 
I have one of these pinion ones on my TJ, not hooked up yet tho.

Iíd just fix the rear truss and then wheel it.   If the front ainít broke donít fix it :).
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