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Trying to figure out which vacuum line actuates the cad diaphragm actuator. I am at Pismo beach with a few kids and the quads and my front axle is not engaging. I remember actuating it with a vacuum pump a few years ago while troubleshooting. I just need to know which port to apply vacuum to get it engaged.
I am currently working on CAD modeling the entire frame and unitbody of the MJ. This will simplify the ability of mocking custom frame mounts, stiffeners, and bumpers. I plan to make this open source. If you have a gmail account send me your email and I'll add you to a special drive of mine where you will be able to access the parts files for Solidworks. Be patient Its not anywhere near done yet. I hope to have it completely done by the end of the summer, and hopefully a large portion don before the end of may.
So, the time has come to make a decision to run CAD brackets or not. Has anyone here had a GOOD and RECENT experience with RRO? AS they are the only company that makes the most complete CAD bracket for our MJ's. I want the better ride that they offer for the price. But, I do not want to end up being one of RRO's very unsatisfied customers that wants to go "GTA" on their butts because they failed. In a way, I kind of want to wait till after I swap in my WJ 30 and my set of adj. LCA's and see how that goes. On the other hand, I do not like doing things twice. Yes, I know that if I go long arms at some point after it would kind of be along the same lines. I know that, ultimately, it is my decision. But, if I get enough positive reinforcement that I will most likely order the RRO MJ CAD brackets. Thank you for your time. Side note: Anyone here running an MJ Longbed AX-15/NP242 (non-SYE) with an F8.8+ flange adapter. What length is your rear drive shaft?