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ratty

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  1. I've got the Pace Setters. I welded them together. So far so good!
  2. I have some NP231 transfer case parts from my old transfer case. There is a little damage on the inside of the front case half due to my planetary gear coming apart. I'm pretty flexible on pricing so give me a number. Mode Shift Fork - $30 Case Half (Rear) - $100 Case Half (Front) with Yolk - $150 Transfer Case Oil Pump - $25 Input Shaft Bearing - name a price Input Gear - $100 Shifting Sector - $30 Transfer Case Chain - $70 Speedometer Cable Gear with housing - $50 Mainshaft with parts attached - trying to figure out a price Rear Retainer with bearing - $40
  3. That's the one. The radiator already failed and I couldn't repair it because it's aluminum. Already had to replace the control module too because it shorted. Can't say I'm really happy with that purchase, but I didn't know what I was doing. I was thinking about sticking the stock fan system back on. Don't have time and money to keep messing with it.
  4. I can't grab a picture right now but its the triple threat fan set up from FF Dynamics. I have about 11,000 on the rebuild.
  5. All three are on all the time usually. They seem to be working, but maybe not fast enough.
  6. I have a gauge with numbers. I'm running my truck at about 190/195. When in traffic, it starts to rise to 210 and above. I haven't let it rise too much passed that without movement or blasting the heater. Haven't let it sit at idle for too long. When it's parked I don't have the issue. The fans seem to kick on. My fans are controlled by a thermometer resting in the radiator and they pull air through.
  7. I can't tell exactly what is going on. It started a couple of weeks ago, but while sitting in traffic, my temp gauge will start to rise pretty quickly and climb. While driving, my temp goes back to normal operating temp. I checked my hoses and water pump with an infrared thermometer and they were different from what the gauge read. Any other test I can do? I have a new radiator and triple electric fan set up. The water pump is new and I'm pretty sure the thermostat was replaced when the engine was rebuilt.
  8. Ah. Missed that part. Thanks for the heads up.
  9. Stumbled on this post because I'm having the same issue. I found this fix: https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f11/renix-voltage-gauge-fix-684375/ Haven't tried it yet. But I might.
  10. Just picked this up last week off CL. It's pretty retro and I think it was custom. It's almost too short by .5"-1". Leaking in the rain so far.
  11. Thanks! So far, I have removed the C101 and gotten a newer ECU too. My stalling issues have gone away. I think it was a bad O2 sensor that was causing it. Idle improved too. I'll get to cleaning today and see where it gets me. Thanks for the tips.
  12. Hello. I've been having this issue for a while. Sometimes when I start my truck, the RPMs go to 3000 until I shut the engine off. I just cleaned my throttle body and readjusted the TPS. Replaced most of my vacuum lines. Can't figure out what else it could be. Thanks. I have an 88 4.0. EDIT: Forgot to mention it does have a new IAC and MAP and it happens when cold or hot.
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