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royalgoldfish



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Yeah definitely thats one of the reasons i like them (all the above), and a coil like that would be really helpful actually definitely hadn't thought of that. I was thinking a valve block always open and then if a blowout occurs shut off that corner allowing the compresser and other bags to keep working independently and just drag a paw. Obviously not ideal but would like to make it home hahaha Don't let school get in the way of your education

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sako243



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Well I'd be curious as to whether a spring like that would work.

Or to be honest it as an emergency it could be another airbag... Ed
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miggit
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Haylands wrote:
Your thinking too much down the live axle route... the props don't articulate on a L322 they are fixed length and have to stay level...

Best thing with diffs is try it and see, the V8's are 4.10 and the TD6 is 3.73 Thumbs Up


Whistle Just to save any confusion.... the TD6 diffs are 4.10, and the V8's are 3.73 ...... Right numbers Pete, wrong car Wink

Oh and I think I'm correct when I say it's only the TD6 that was geared higher, all the other ffrr's V8 or TDV8 used the same ratio of 3.73, so there is a limited non existent choice for everyone in the America's, we might have been saddled with that nasty GM box of cheese... but at least we get a choice of diffs Wink What does the X5 run? and are they cross compatible? Yesterday I couldn't spell Engineer... Today I are one!
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ndg



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royalgoldfish wrote:
Yeah definitely thats one of the reasons i like them (all the above), and a coil like that would be really helpful actually definitely hadn't thought of that. I was thinking a valve block always open and then if a blowout occurs shut off that corner allowing the compresser and other bags to keep working independently and just drag a paw. Obviously not ideal but would like to make it home hahaha


The IID tool can be used to lockout corners in this way as a 'get me home' type deal.

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