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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ntsqd, Apr 21, 2005.
HOLY CRAP. SOmeone buy it thats a killer deal. Ive seen em for 1500 on ebay, but 1k. It woukd cost SOO much more if you were to buy it frmo GM.
how would you rig up the steering? toggle switch like the monster trucks or what? Damn good idea considering the strength, being a new/ newer axle, and REAR STEER. I want one....
anybody want to kick me a grand?
Yes I'd say somehting like a toggle switch, considering its all electronic.
Actually, if you think about it, seems easier then to run hydraulic lines and ram to it all.
Yeah but you might have to figure out what signal voltage and all that thing uses. Wouldn't be excessively difficult if you know someone in a GM shop. Those things steer differently at certain speeds and such, it likely has a drivetrain module that controls its operation. THe guy seems to suggest swapping to hydro ram and a nice D60 cover. I'd probably agree. If it were me I'd get a 60 from the junkyard and gather parts to put one together. Could be cool for the rear of a stockish rig since its 6 lug.
its gonna end up in my truck one way or another... i want one of those axles.
I don't know so don't quote me on this but isn't the steering at different speeds thing controlled by the computer on the new 2500? I can't imagine a piece on the axle that would control that. Anybody done this before?
hydro ram is definitly the way to go but even if it was electrically controlled at different speeds it wouldn't matter to me because i would only use it on the trail or slowspeed towing manuevers.
I belive you are correct.
Getting all the voltage info wouldnt be a problem, I could get it all at school. Heck I could get the whole schematic, and how it operates off the comp at school. Not til monday though.
What school do you go to? I can't get that info at Wyotech. The models with Quadrasteer are too new. We don't have info beyond I want to say 2003. Just the way AllData is.
alldata sucks for lookup of electrical. we have it at work. and i hate useing it for stuff. the people that write that program need to be replaced .
No Data, lol. We have No Data, Mitchell (which I think is worse), and the GM computers, which are definertly the best of the three.
I go to a communtiy college here. Its a referee station and the GM STC (Service Traning Center), so I have all that info at my disposal. Its actually pretty neat. Theres all these brand new Duramax's, CTS, a bunch of cars, suburban, engines, trannies, t cases, axles, displays, ect. that we can work on.
Lucky. Yeah I simply don't like Mitchell. Never worked with the GM setup but my teachers claim its superior to AllData. AllData works for me you just have to spend more time than I like looking up information.
hmmm, anyone got some dough i can borrow? i live in dallas wich is like 20 minutes from arlington.
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