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Old July 27th, 2012, 05:14 PM
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Before you do that, just swap the hoses for now...just make sure you use the right switch!
Fock...that does make more sense!
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Old July 27th, 2012, 05:15 PM
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Fock...that does make more sense!
Yeah man, take the easy road for now and then we will get you all sorted once you get back down south
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Old July 27th, 2012, 05:17 PM
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Yeah man, take the easy road for now and then we will get you all sorted once you get back down south
Going to take it apart today to see if I can clean/reassemble...if not, Amazon has the solenoid assemblies for $60 shipped so will probably just pull the trigger on that and get it back together and working.
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Old July 27th, 2012, 06:18 PM
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At least undo the black nut, pull the box off the shaft and clean and reassemble first. That might be all that's needed.
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Old July 28th, 2012, 12:24 AM
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Mystery continues. Pulled the valve/shaft off, cleaned and put back on - still leaked. Swapped the valve stems from each side - same side still leaked (with the new valve shaft on there, in other words the leak didn't follow the valve shaft/stem).

Thoughts? From the looks of it the valve shaft just seats in there with an o-ring, and there's no mechanical parts underneath it - seems to be just air activated, which sends the inner part of the valve shaft up to essentially "close" the valve shaft. I don't mind pony'ing up the $60 for a new solenoid assembly, I'm just not 100% sure it will solve the problem. I suppose next step would be to swap the entire assembly front-to-back (rather than just the shaft/stems) and that would tell me for sure.

Also it is actually the front one that is leaking - not the rear. So my guess is using the rear would be fine, the slight air leak just means that the compressor would kick on if the air level got low enough - correct? Shouldn't actually affect any functionality of the lockers? (At least not the rear)?
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Old July 29th, 2012, 05:29 PM
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Put the lockers to the test today on the Prospect Mountain trail, in particular a place called the V-Notch that (per the guy on a mountain bike that was coming down) "he's never seen anyone get up it, but have seen plenty of people try". 90 went up like a champ, and what you don't see is the straight cliff-drop to the immedate left of the trail the entire way up - it's pretty narrow.

Not sure I would have made it over this locker-less (wasn't having any luck without the but I did try for a bit, maybe 15 minutes or so). Popped them on and went up and over like it was it's job (though my final line was to the left of where the truck sits in the pic...put my driver-side tire on the big rock that you see on the leftside of the first pic and used this to pop me up and over).

So I guess they're working fine! Though I ordered a new solenoid to replace the front one that was leaking air slightly, we'll see if this does the trick.
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Glad to hear it all worked out...although, I wanna see a real obstacle!

how much lower does your hi-lift hang down than your spare?
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Glad to hear it all worked out...although, I wanna see a real obstacle!

how much lower does your hi-lift hang down than your spare?
Like I said...you can't see the 25' straight drop off about 6" from the left of that rock!

Yeah I'm not 100% crazy about where the Hilift hangs....need to swap the SG one out for one of Jeff Paynes that I can change the angle on. Just too cheap at the moment to buy one.
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Always! Actually I used to make fun of Galpin for wheeling in them, but then I realized they are awesome. My copilot was wearing them too as you could see.
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In fairness, I normally do put real shoes on for the trails...although I still find that flip flops are the best shop shoes, especially when welding!
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In fairness, I normally do put real shoes on for the trails...although I still find that flip flops are the best shop shoes, especially when welding!
I can vouch for that as Jeff was wearing them two weeks ago while the sparks were flying.
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I can vouch for that as Jeff was wearing them two weeks ago while the sparks were flying.
hey, at least I put on the welding jacket that time!
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I can vouch for that as Jeff was wearing them two weeks ago while the sparks were flying.
I'm shocked to see he was wearing eye protection . Though I guess he does need them for welding, it's the grinding that he generally ends up with metal shards in the eyes.
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Glad to hear it all worked out...although, I wanna see a real obstacle!
In action (from the prior pics):
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If you look closely, you'll see the ridge that guy is standing on is literally the edge of the 30' dropoff heading straight down...not much room for forgiveness, though the tree would stop you it also is a tight squeeze through there as well .

Definitely no Rausch, but still a good spot.
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I don't know man...NY is making you weak! stacking rocks before even trying an obstacle!?!
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I don't know man...NY is making you weak! stacking rocks before even trying an obstacle!?!
I had already tried 3 different lines on that one, including the same line I took - kept catching the front of my bumper. But yes, I need a trip to RC!
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Just giving you a hard time brother! Glad to see you were out having fun...side note, you missed some good wrenching last night and more to come tonight!
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