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715-1366 $18.99 (one is the air filter side, and the other is the valve cover side)
715-1365 $7.69 (This is the little vacuum tube that goes from the intake manifold to the rear of the valve cover. Includes Gromit)
Also, someone was kinda enough to post Advance Auto Parts p/n’s:
well after seeing that you can get them at advance auto parts I looked them up and I can get them at my store too (A&A Auto) and my price is only 10 bucks each half of that vacuum harness - ordered them up they will be here monday
part numbers are HELP number
46003(looking at engine to the left)
46004(looking at engine to the right)
and the one that you used the brake line for:
Total comes to $220.90. Me… well, I’m holding my breath waiting to find one at the junkyard.]]>
Give Dave a call at Shelly’s Allignment in Manheim. 665-7102 They are one of the best allignment shops around. Tell them Chuck Brandt sent ya. They will take care of ya.
Once I get settled on my lift / axle combination… I’ll give them a shout.]]>
The kit RE sells for pre-96 231 and 242’s is part # RE1801.
The kit RE sells for post-96 231’s is part # RE1807 (which is probably what you bought).
The contents of RE1807 exist within RE1801 with these parts missing:
FED#473317 ~ SYE Seal (NAPA 16657)
HW1021 ~ 12.9 SHCS MID-1.5×20 (i dunno what that means, probably a metric nut or washer)
RM11500 ~ SYE Bearing / Seal Flange (which i guess is the purple thingy in the picture)
That’s that… the purple thing is probably gonna be the hard one to get. Might be a cap or something for the end of the t-case. I dunno.]]>
|Left Front||31 1/8″||36 5/8″|
|Right Front||31 1/2″||37 1/8″|
|Left Rear||33 1/4″||38 1/2″|
|Right Rear||33″||38 7/8″|
The final build consisted of:
That’s it… I think. Minus a few nuts and bolts that I had I pulled from my supply along the way.
Without further delay, here are the pictures.
Right before the lift:
Right in the middle of lifting (anyone for Jeep drag racing):
Lift done, with stock tires:
Done, with 33’s:
Buy two Jeep Liberty (MJ) e brake cables. They are longer than the factory XJ ebrake cables so they are good for drooping/flex and they also hook RIGHT UP to the e brake levers for the ZJ brakes.
just for everyones reference, you can:
1. Order 2 KJ ebrake cables. Part # 52128510AG or
2. Order 1 KJ ebrake cable (52128510AG) and 1 drivers size ZJ cable (part number unknown right now)
Here is the thread:
The kit consists of a CPU, 3 servos, a bunch of different sensors and a whole boat load of inter-connecting pieces. Program it to follow lines, wander the house, do the laundry (okay… maybe not the last one).
A good way to get your kid thinking while he’s playing and its an awesome way for us “adults” to kill a few hours on a snowy/rainy/wintery day.
It’s not in the original box anymore, and the previous components from an older generation lego engineering kit have found their way into the box.
Take all for $200. Located in Lancaster, PA (near costco).
The NXT kit sells for $260 and the engineering kit sold for $150 a whole lot of years ago.]]>