I Might Just Know What I'm Talking About
Join Date: Mar 2001
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Re: I need some ARB air line.
Man I sure appreciate your promptness in helping me out. And yes, I do owe you. If you need something, let me know.
I had disconnected the line at the diff to try and use an air gun to shift the locker over because it wasn't working. It turned out to be a plugged check valve in the compressor. But I didn't hook the line back up before heading off to work and the wind blowing under my Jeep at 75 m.p.h. pushed the line into the exhaust pipe and melted it in half. Now my compressor works, but I can't hook it to the diff to see if the locker is working[img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
I still need another solenoid for my air tanks(built into my rock rails), but that'll have to wait. The company I called wanted $58 for one. I told him NO THANK YOU and hung up. I can just fill the tanks up before I leave for the trails.
BTW, I thought about changing to the quick connect fittings, but the threaded nipple in the diff is metric and I really didn't want to start yanking it out.
Also, where does your CO2 source come from? Do you have a tank on board? Sounds like a lot of trouble. I like the idea of a manual set-up though. I have the same idea, just want to get the locker working first. My set-up will be just a ball valve in the center console though. Just turn the handle and it's locked. Then I'll use the solenoid to fill up my tanks, and all will be good again.