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Mad Mazie Build

Discussion in 'Performance' started by firejonny89, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. spaner

    spaner Well-Known Member


    Excellent, right about now, I suspect that you will be ready to fit it soon.
    Don't forget, the check valve...:p

    Dual controller break lines.
    Not really a functional controller. They just provide a system, by which, many suspension cycles can be mitigated. Any brake line will DO. Just that they both have "line-tubes", both IN and OUT, to service the system for 1/4" line control systems...

    Main line check valve.
    Your main vacuum check valve, NEEDS to be "checked". A check-valve, right before your control system, will eliminate any variances, in controller flow; due to manifold vacuum pressure changes. Egs, High vacuum condition, VS, low vacuum condition...and/or "boost".

    Connect the feeder line right at the manifold, and place the check valve, right before the 911's...

    TWO, runs...
    One power line. Switchable...
    One vacuum line. Switchable, from the above...
    It really is a good system...and very easy to understand...:p

  2. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    I'm still trying to get into the other machine shop for the shaft they booked sold they say. Can't paint the rear end till its over 40 or so for a few hours so I'm just dead treading water. I did get to plow with it a few weeks ago need to change the plow set up a little it's not angled how I want but it's gonna be a breeze to fix some flat stock and a drill no big deal plow good thou. Had the back kick out to the side a few times but had no weigh in it so all is good still waiting on other people and places to to catch up
  3. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    For anyone what to know about the diff lock rear ends still I don't think the axles are going to end up being swappable not thinking I took off the right side axle out the locking parts are all on the left.monly reason I did that was the left side on the truck brake line nut it's mostly stripped so I need to have a little more time to get it off with out breaking it than I did that day. I took apart the locking one this weekend and figured out my BIG mistake. Bings I'm still waiting to get in somewhere to have the ac shaft milled I am going to see if the can mill the axle shaft also. The groves in it I'm huessing( till I get that stripped nut off) are going to be shorter than need. I know I am taking way to long to complete the super charger build and most have gave up. I'm sorry about that. It's still going and it will be done I will find away to get it done one way or another. I do have some good news thou its going to be warm enough to paint tomorrow if I can find a break in the rain clouds long enough to get at least one coat on I will feel a lot better. Shooting for at least two or three coats so its done but we will see.

    I am still interested about the power steering mod. I'm wanting the s/c done first so it does not distract me from it. It two will be done. That's all I have for now.
  4. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    Got the rear end painted in good coat of primer and two light coats of black rustolem hope that's spelled right. In need of at least on more coat but I had to move it inside started to rain.
  5. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    Ordered some front struts for mazie from rock auto I prolly won't see them till next week if I'm lucky. Hope they fit. Ordered the Bedford rascal ones from the uk. Should be a dead on fit we will see
  6. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

  7. cbarlow

    cbarlow Member

    You get your struts on yet?
  8. spaner

    spaner Well-Known Member

    The hight is determined by the air passages. The SC is as low as it can be already.
    You could cut and drop the manifold.
    You could drop the cross member, and incorporate a lift.
    You could modify the seat.

    Let me know if you need some pics...;)
  9. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    No the ones I ordered where the wrong ones so I didn't get to put them on figures and thanks spaner
  10. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    So I finally went to swap axles yea not a good day bearing are not coming loose at all to swap out the dust cover back plate for the brakes.
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2015
  11. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    Well good news bad news from my weekend.

    Axle is swapped out but issues with how I was going to do the brakes. Looks to have been different dust covers/back plates more than just big brakes like on a dump model and small some are off set farther inward one the small size brakes which I need those backing plates and ones set a little farther outward which I have. Offset enough they can not work.

    The locking axle I got used is from a little old truck than mine cam with larger back plate like a dump bed but that are destroyed. I guess I'll have to email Japan and see about getting back plates shoes drums springs and what ever else is needed to make this swap work. They way I see it if it came with bigger brakes and I have to change how it's sets now might as well go with the bigger brakes and have the whole rear unit as it was from factory than trying to find a back plate that is set far enough back to work so the search begins
  12. EddieJoe

    EddieJoe New Member

    Well these are some technical issues that one can manage by knowing such issues. I would like to know more about this.
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2015
  13. ayanali

    ayanali New Member

    Beings I now have a clue as the vsv I need I was told by Todd to get a six blade switch not sure way I could just use a three or four blade one hot line in a ground for a light (not needed ) and to hot line leaving one hot in the first Position the other hot in the second position
    Economical and beautiful Discount Bed Sheets save your money.

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