Our old hoists were twin oil like Tim mentions.
Had one blow out with a vehicle up in the air.
The safety catches kept the car in the air.
I always walked the shop before I went home for the night and lowered any/all lifts to just above ground level.
Earthquakes and a vehicle 6 feet...
Nope that's a Fed requirement.
It would have to pass CA emissions before it could be offered for sale, much like lawnmowers, chain saws, anything that the CARB gods decree,...
I wasn't going to comment..
Once again, I must be either lucky, ignorant or both.
My V6 plug wires are factory stock....and very old.
Returned it or ?????
Petronix in my V6 Delco distributor since around 2002/2003 ?
I do carry all the removed parts, points etc in case I ever had a...
engine code decipher:
1 = YEAR =1977
03 = Month = March
H = CID= 304 V8 8.40 to 1 comp
15 = Day of Month = 15th
What is the Jeep VIN or serial...
I wouldn't spend the money to have FF axles made for the 30 rear axle.
As others have mentiond, I'd look for a 44 which gives you more options....
That's that long military sucker.....wouldn't work anyway, but thanks for playing :p
We had 5 Rotary lifts in our shop, 2 post.
My experience as stated above was 1 tooth good for 6-7 MPH.
You may just have to experiment to get what's closest to actual speed.
Driven gear..yes. Remove cable, unscrew cable adapter. Remove driven gear.
You might need a thin wall socket (or grind down wall of socket) to fit...
Okay, so those two are a matched set according to the numbers.
What you want for 4.88 or 5.38 axle ratio.
Wonder why the teeth were damaged ?
Check the number on the drive gear and post that if you can.
Driven gears have to be matched to the drive gear inside the transfer case.
When one is damaged, it could be that it just wore out.
numbers and tooth count needed
True. Used just enough to hold everything in place.
Okay, so I was stooopid and very lucky.
Two hands up, only one person.
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