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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by jailor97 » Sun Jan 22, 2017 12:23 am

Forgive my ignorance, but why is it a big deal that the drum rotates in a different direction?
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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by TwinStick » Thu Feb 02, 2017 1:28 am

I don't think it is, personally. But what made it a big deal is Dodge/Ram wanted one made to "their specs". That way, you have to go to them for service....at least I think that's what they were thinking. Many of the specs on our winches, are the same as the M15000. Some speculate it is just rated lower for liability reasons. Ours do have a LVI (low voltage interupt) and a TPS (thermal protection shutdown) circuits on them. That is also a Dodge/Ram thing---not on the M15000. Liberals, trying to save us from ourselves ? :lol: Or someones idea on how to gouge the customer for more $$$$$ when it fails, later down the road ?
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4Runner was a GREAT vehicle but could not even tow our 6x10 enclosed utility trailer comfortably, even when it was empty-ish.

It was time. Truck was still leaking BADLY every time it rained or snowed & melted. It was leaking at every single gasket (rear window, front window, all 4 doors). You could sit inside & watch it run down the inside of windshield, rear window & drip off the upper side door beams. It was molding on the inside & starting to stink. Needed new steering gearbox, shocks, new upgraded T-style steering, tires, brake lines, d/s manifold bolts that are barely recognizable due to rust-removed & replaced. Everyone around here would not even touch em once they looked at them.

So, say what you will. PW turned into a money pit. Was no longer a joy to drive. Hoping that this downsized 4x4 with lockers will fill the bill & have minimal problems, but..... As long as manufacturers keep making engineers design things that fail soon after warranty is up, we are going nowhere fast. Regardless of what you buy. :rockon:

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by Retired BLM Rig » Thu Feb 02, 2017 9:09 am

jailor97 wrote:Forgive my ignorance, but why is it a big deal that the drum rotates in a different direction?
It's not a big deal, it's done out of necessity so that the cable feeds from the top of the drum rather than the bottom for correct clearance and positioning behind the front bumper for the application. (I think) :run:

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by TwinStick » Thu Feb 02, 2017 8:02 pm

Traded to 2019 ZR2, Red.

4Runner was a GREAT vehicle but could not even tow our 6x10 enclosed utility trailer comfortably, even when it was empty-ish.

It was time. Truck was still leaking BADLY every time it rained or snowed & melted. It was leaking at every single gasket (rear window, front window, all 4 doors). You could sit inside & watch it run down the inside of windshield, rear window & drip off the upper side door beams. It was molding on the inside & starting to stink. Needed new steering gearbox, shocks, new upgraded T-style steering, tires, brake lines, d/s manifold bolts that are barely recognizable due to rust-removed & replaced. Everyone around here would not even touch em once they looked at them.

So, say what you will. PW turned into a money pit. Was no longer a joy to drive. Hoping that this downsized 4x4 with lockers will fill the bill & have minimal problems, but..... As long as manufacturers keep making engineers design things that fail soon after warranty is up, we are going nowhere fast. Regardless of what you buy. :rockon:

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by TwinStick » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:45 pm

Front driveshaft/Propeller shaft

https://www.napaonline.com/en/search?te ... orm-newveh

NOTE: There IS a difference in length of the d-shaft on a manual transmission & auto transmission. Manual trans front d-shaft is 16.5" (transmission is 3" longerr) than the auto transmission, who's front d-shaft is 13.5".
Traded to 2019 ZR2, Red.

4Runner was a GREAT vehicle but could not even tow our 6x10 enclosed utility trailer comfortably, even when it was empty-ish.

It was time. Truck was still leaking BADLY every time it rained or snowed & melted. It was leaking at every single gasket (rear window, front window, all 4 doors). You could sit inside & watch it run down the inside of windshield, rear window & drip off the upper side door beams. It was molding on the inside & starting to stink. Needed new steering gearbox, shocks, new upgraded T-style steering, tires, brake lines, d/s manifold bolts that are barely recognizable due to rust-removed & replaced. Everyone around here would not even touch em once they looked at them.

So, say what you will. PW turned into a money pit. Was no longer a joy to drive. Hoping that this downsized 4x4 with lockers will fill the bill & have minimal problems, but..... As long as manufacturers keep making engineers design things that fail soon after warranty is up, we are going nowhere fast. Regardless of what you buy. :rockon:

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by TwinStick » Sun Jul 30, 2017 12:07 am

Factory Transfer Case Shift Linkage

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dodge-Ram-Truck ... 0909487498

Mopar Part # 55366066AB

Or you can make your own set up using a turnbuckle that is closed on both ends & adding your own jam nuts, bolts, washers, nuts & bushings. Like seen here, in the top left corner: https://www.google.com/search?biw=1440& ... cDvJ4gBgVM:
Traded to 2019 ZR2, Red.

4Runner was a GREAT vehicle but could not even tow our 6x10 enclosed utility trailer comfortably, even when it was empty-ish.

It was time. Truck was still leaking BADLY every time it rained or snowed & melted. It was leaking at every single gasket (rear window, front window, all 4 doors). You could sit inside & watch it run down the inside of windshield, rear window & drip off the upper side door beams. It was molding on the inside & starting to stink. Needed new steering gearbox, shocks, new upgraded T-style steering, tires, brake lines, d/s manifold bolts that are barely recognizable due to rust-removed & replaced. Everyone around here would not even touch em once they looked at them.

So, say what you will. PW turned into a money pit. Was no longer a joy to drive. Hoping that this downsized 4x4 with lockers will fill the bill & have minimal problems, but..... As long as manufacturers keep making engineers design things that fail soon after warranty is up, we are going nowhere fast. Regardless of what you buy. :rockon:

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by Rodeoflyer » Fri Sep 15, 2017 4:36 pm

Front locker/CAD wire for 2014+ trucks. $40 replacement cost.

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This is what happens when you break the connector lock tab and don't remove the pushpins for clearance.

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And the newer style connector lock tab (red) whereas the stock was gray and completely disintegrated the first time I tried to remove it. This one's been removed 3-4 times no problem.

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by TwinStick » Tue Jan 30, 2018 5:59 pm

Traded to 2019 ZR2, Red.

4Runner was a GREAT vehicle but could not even tow our 6x10 enclosed utility trailer comfortably, even when it was empty-ish.

It was time. Truck was still leaking BADLY every time it rained or snowed & melted. It was leaking at every single gasket (rear window, front window, all 4 doors). You could sit inside & watch it run down the inside of windshield, rear window & drip off the upper side door beams. It was molding on the inside & starting to stink. Needed new steering gearbox, shocks, new upgraded T-style steering, tires, brake lines, d/s manifold bolts that are barely recognizable due to rust-removed & replaced. Everyone around here would not even touch em once they looked at them.

So, say what you will. PW turned into a money pit. Was no longer a joy to drive. Hoping that this downsized 4x4 with lockers will fill the bill & have minimal problems, but..... As long as manufacturers keep making engineers design things that fail soon after warranty is up, we are going nowhere fast. Regardless of what you buy. :rockon:

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by gordon05powerwagon » Fri Dec 28, 2018 6:55 pm

I am looking for the locker and sway bar switch for the dash. part number 56049708aa. thanks for the help

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by Ducky's Dad » Wed Jan 16, 2019 10:45 pm

Defiant is closed, unfortunately. Can I take his spot? Lol
I got a light bar and some light brackets from Defiant when my truck was new, and the quality is as good as anything I have ever seen. When I checked with the guys at Wilco Offroad, they told me they had Defiant's production drawings and could fab at least some of the Defiant products if you need them.

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by Throttle 8 » Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:21 pm

TwinStick wrote:
Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:45 pm
Front driveshaft/Propeller shaft

https://www.napaonline.com/en/search?te ... orm-newveh

NOTE: There IS a difference in length of the d-shaft on a manual transmission & auto transmission. Manual trans front d-shaft is 16.5" (transmission is 3" longerr) than the auto transmission, who's front d-shaft is 13.5".
Also the driveshaft on the G56 trucks is steel, and the driveshaft on the autos is aluminum.
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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by StefanB » Sun Jan 20, 2019 12:01 pm

Retired BLM Rig wrote:
Thu Feb 02, 2017 9:09 am
jailor97 wrote:Forgive my ignorance, but why is it a big deal that the drum rotates in a different direction?
It's not a big deal, it's done out of necessity so that the cable feeds from the top of the drum rather than the bottom for correct clearance and positioning behind the front bumper for the application. (I think) :run:
IMO it does not matter at all as the gears are straight toothed, just a polarity switch. Probably mostly production and marketing reasons as mentioned...

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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by olyelr » Sun Mar 17, 2019 9:39 am

Henryacigh wrote:
Sun Mar 17, 2019 6:31 am
I am am going to be pulling the engine on my 06 impreza wagon in the next little bit and have been thinking about little modifications that I could do to the car. I'm thinking of putting a cold air intake, headers and maybe upgraded clutch.

What would be a good air intake to go with?
Also for exhaust I'm not sure what would sound good for it, any ideas?
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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by Low_Sky » Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:11 pm

olyelr wrote:
Henryacigh wrote:
Sun Mar 17, 2019 6:31 am
I am am going to be pulling the engine on my 06 impreza wagon in the next little bit and have been thinking about little modifications that I could do to the car. I'm thinking of putting a cold air intake, headers and maybe upgraded clutch.

What would be a good air intake to go with?
Also for exhaust I'm not sure what would sound good for it, any ideas?
Hahahah, wtf?!
The guy’s from Sri Lanka (or so says his profile) and he’s been making a few weird posts here. I think this either a really good bot, or just somebody confused about what kind of wagon website they’re on.


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Re: Power Wagon Parts

Post by RustyPW » Sun Mar 17, 2019 3:22 pm

Low_Sky wrote:
Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:11 pm
olyelr wrote:
Henryacigh wrote:
Sun Mar 17, 2019 6:31 am
I am am going to be pulling the engine on my 06 impreza wagon in the next little bit and have been thinking about little modifications that I could do to the car. I'm thinking of putting a cold air intake, headers and maybe upgraded clutch.

What would be a good air intake to go with?
Also for exhaust I'm not sure what would sound good for it, any ideas?
Hahahah, wtf?!
The guy’s from Sri Lanka (or so says his profile) and he’s been making a few weird posts here. I think this either a really good bot, or just somebody confused about what kind of wagon website they’re on.


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He has posted in my build thread. Yea, it didn't make sense either.
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