So far, I'm happy with it. Of course, my electric acutator was bad, so having 4wd again is a big plus, but it's cool to have 2wd low on occasion.
A few comments:
the hardware is acceptable, but using washers to adjust the bellcrank centerline is a bit ghetto. I may machine up some spacers at work if ambition kicks in.
Loosening the two bolts retaining the diff housing is a huge pain. The heads of the bolts are recessed in the frame, requiring either a 21mm combination wrench or some type of air ratchet. Since this truck has made me poor, I bought the combination wrench. Stupid metric bolts.
The diff fluid smelled awful when I drained it. Must be the original stuff, LOL.
It doesn't take much to engage the axle- something like 1" of travel. Not much force required either, although the cable in the cab does feel slightly inprecise.
I'd reccomend it to others. [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/img]
<font color=blue>Nick</font color=blue>
<font color=red>1996 Tahoe LT 4dr 4x4</font color=red>