In Da Faaaaaace!!!
I know rampage makes a frameless soft top for the YJ. It does say for use with the stock rollbar. The only thing that limits the stock factory YJ top hardware is the ability for the B and C pillars to slid along the channel. I don't need them to slid so if I can attach them with a pin/bolt I'd be happy.Too bad you couldn't ad a channel/rail around the top of the tub like a TJ and run a TJ frameless style soft top
oh for sure. I just hate buying something new then having to modify it but it’s an option.Could buy the rampage and then take it to a canvas shop to heavy them fit it
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ohhhh. Great! Thanks, I’ll keep that in mind for sure.I do marine upholstery and can modify a top if you need it.
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You do need to put I believe a resistor at each end to terminate the signal. This is a complete drop on harness so I would THINK it was done. Also the instructions for doing the install does not mention that step. I'm going to call the place I buy my stuff from and see what they say. They have always been very helpful in the past.For the CAN, do you have to do any configuration setup for bus termination?
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From what I have read higher boiling point, better on the clutches and gears.. I have read threads where drag racers use it and can stay on the trans brake for far longer than any other trans fluid without melting parts. When I built my trans I soaked the clutches in this stuff.... its not like any trans fluid I have ever felt. It gets deep into your hands and is hard to wash out. Its a clear fluid so its best to also add a quart or so of normal trans fluid to tint it red so you can read the fluid level easier.What's the advantage of hy-gard? I know on the hydrostat tractors you can swap it out for type f fluid, but never thought about running it in an auto trans.
I only learned from reading up on people looking for a higher boiling point trans fluid. And this was talked about by many racers. I hope it works for meI'm only familiar with it because I have an old JD hydrostatic garden tractor. Never even thought about using it as trans fluid. I know that manual transmissions can be particular with fluid, I've wiped plenty of brass mush off of parts that used to be synchros that didn't react well to the fluid being tested. I kinda wish I had a toy to test that out on. Sounds interesting.