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1994 S10 1Ton SAS

Discussion in 'Other Vehicles' started by Vbb199, Oct 23, 2019.

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    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Down with ABS!!!

    You can run the front brakes right off the master (should be the rear port on that one?) and run the rear brakes with an adjustable valve in the circuit.
     
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    I honestly don't remember which is which on the s10 originally... I thought the larger reservoir was rear, which would be the back... But maybe I have it backwards.... I'll dig in and see..


    That stupid abs module is going in the f'n trash can. How could I have been so stupid?
     
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    The Burb cylinder has the front lines to the rear port I think. If I were home I could say for 100% certain. Is that the cylinder you are still going to use?
     
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    I'm gonna bypass the abs module first, try it.... If it locks up all 4, I'll leave it be.

    On the 1/2 ton MC, the larger reservoir is closest to the driver.
     
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    Clocking ring arrived today!
    This weekend I'll setup all that stuff.

    Too focused on the k5 right now lol

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    Stay focused vince!!
     
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    Alrighty....
    Clocking ring installed, now it's time to bolt it down and see if I have a front driveline angle that's acceptable

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    OK, t case is in, and i checked, front driveline now hangs below centerline of the pinion, so that's good.

    Now, because I can't see to find my t case u joint straps, I'll have to buy some.
    Not a big deal.

    I also found a conversion joint to go from my s10's driveline to the front axle.

    I've also compiled a list of brake hardware I need to bypass the ABS unit.

    After all this.. I'll be pretty close.

    Looks like I'm gonna have to shorten my front shaft. I may do that myself being as it'll never see high speeds, it'll be fine.
     
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    Is that stock IFS shaft going to have enough slip in it?
     
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    It's about 1" too long now, with the slip collapsed all the way down....


    I'm gonna have to take 3" out of it.

    The slip yoke itself has a good bit of travel.

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    I had to take the t case back out, redrill the clocking ring an additional 16 degrees down for it to even line up that good, as well as lower the back eyes on the front leafs.....


    This isn't gonna last forever, I'm gonna end up having to throw that mf out and just get the np241 that I need, or build myself a chain driven drop transfer case.
     

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