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Jon, what would you think of running ZR5 wheels on that thing?


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ohhhhh nice, if i can find a set i will doubtful since they are limited productions....

i was thinking about doing a cragar soft 8 or something alone those lines. i want to keep as close to the factory offset as i can.

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I love the ZR5 rims, my second favorite s-series rim.


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stompin in those boots!

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Lookin good Did you stick with the stock tire size or go bigger?
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I had some nobby tires like that once on my taco. They weren't bad at once with noise, but then as the tread wore it got louder and more obnoxious. As for before and after traction it was day and night. It is amazing what a nobby tire to a a/t tire can do performance on the trail wise. Mine, with me driving fairly aggressively, only lasted a little over a year, or around 15k miles. I would recommend getting two sets, one for the trail and one for the road due to how expensive a nice set of m/s mud terrain type tires are.

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And by two sets, I mean one set of trail tires and one set of street tires.

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i dont see him wheeling this. so 2 sets of tires is a bit over kill.

truck looks good. i had a feeling thats the tire you would get. just wasn't a good enough feeling to guess lol on to the next project with it.


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any up dates on this thing?


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haha yeah sorry been super busy. wheeling it...oh yeah its happening. just now i am getting it reliable first. more mudding than anything to be honest, some trails.... no rocks or anything. buying 2 sets of tires would offset the MPG lost (if any) by going to mud tires. IMO i'll just keep one set.

so first things first, in order.

some better pics of the new tires. it completely changed the look of the truck. much more aggressive.




Then i went to the mountains to take pics!




This doesnt look like much, but i had trouble getting back in the truck.


So anyways, got a thread over on Zr2usa, have this weird oscillating humming/vibration while going 50-70 mph, it doesnt represent the RPM at all, but anyways i thought it was the front driveshaft vibrating since it has some play


barely any grease. once i greased it the joint had no play.


so that must mean wheel bearing....omg so i tore into my first 4x4 suspension.

it wasnt that bad! figured it would be more complicated but i have been reading like crazy lately so im a bit familiar with it now.


and well that didnt fix it....though the old bearing did have some play and made noise when turned.

but anyways i do hear clicking, it goes away at speeds more than 20 mph, but its hard to hear with the mud tires and wind. it clicks going straight, left, right. doesnt matter it clicks at low speeds. so with the front driveshaft removed and still clicked i am thinking CV joints correct?

and zr2 thread for anyone who wants more detail on the current issue.
http://www.zr2usa.com/mboard/index.php?showtopic=50139



Also my vacuum switch is stuck open. found out because i was on the highway, going up a hill, lost vacuum (rotting lines) and the font driveshaft disengaged, well i regained vacuum and what happens? yeah the font diff tries to engage while i'm going 70mph....sounded like an old crop duster airplane. so i disabled the vacuum and got a twist locking cable on order to make myself a posi-lock. so no more vacuum operated front diff.

just to add i want to rebuild the suspension while i am there....Thing is i want Power performance ball joints. well if i need a replacement i am kinda screwed and have to wait for shipping....i am thinking of going with MOOG or maybe napa blue ball joints.

any opinions? i just like the fact i can go to the store and grab a set, in an emergency that convenience would come in handy and if i grease them regularly they should last a long long time.

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wheeling??????????? never would have thought. really getting your use of of it. i thought this was gonna be the cleanest zr2 and your out mudding. lol

when doing the posi lock front actuation cable made sure you block off the old 4x4 vacuum lines so there not sucking up mud and air and water. you mentioned losing vacuum going up hills, with high rpm's vacuum loss is normal.

clicking is usually a good sign that it is a cv shaft. checking the boots for around the joints for cracks or rips can give you an idea that mother nature has worked her way in there.


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Yeah I'll be mudding but then clean it up lol.

But they only click once I've been on the highway for a while....is that normal? Or a sign at least... I'm somewhat worried that it's the front diff somehow. But I don't think such a noise will come from it, but a whine and grinding.

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i have always herd them clicking all the time mainly on acceleration on when there is stress on the cv joint. it only doing it at highway speeds after a bit is scary because in suspension and axles when it takes time to make the noise that means it needs to warm up, like the fluid in the front diff. thinning out where something could then click. it maybe its a bearing warming up and letting something click.


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OK so a little update.

So first my water pump took a dump on me a few days ago....just leaking out of the weep hole but changed it out anyways.....


badass tool i made to remove the fan clutch


allen key taped on there lol.


(fan removed for better viewing)
loosen bolt


add bar and turn to remove fan clutch bolt.


wow, dexcool must have leaked in here a long time ago, the system is filled with the green stuff.


bought a new (not remain) pump and painted it black. the other one was a STOCK GM pump so i dont feel bad for changing it out, it lived a good life at 131K.




So in my quest to get rid of the front end clicking i replaced the front end basically. new moog (bought them for convenience) upper and lower ball joints, and brand new CV shafts.







Those control arms stick out lol.


when i pulled the passenger CV the diff side axle retainer clip let go, so ended up pulling the whole passenger diff side out instead of just the CV. but this gave me a good chance to check out the 2 part axle shaft (where it engages the front end)



now after a test drive....the CLICKING IS STILL THERE! but me and a buddy narrowed it down....so the clicking is coming from the transfer case....awaiting suggestions and possible solutions from the thread i made on ZR2USA.


hey at least the front end is rebuilt....also got my locking cable in and pieced together the stuff i need for my posi-lock.

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new parts are good. finding out the tic is somewhere else is a little frustrating lol. at least you know where its from. t cases are pretty simple in side. the back half comes off real easy. most difficult part is getting the oiling tube hooked back up, just some what tricky. i cannot really make out what kind of sound it is but there is plenty of bearings in there, one maybe on it way out. im curious to find out what it is.


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I agree, new parts are always good. If you don't mind me asking... where did you get the balljoints and CVs and what did they run you?
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according to the Gm Manuals ( SVG books ) , either you linkage is out of adjustment allowing it not to engage the gear properly and activating the switch to turn the locking unit on the axle on ( bulb heater and light activator ) Or the cam the linkage is hooked to in the transfer case is worn out or its bushings are worn , I would try to adjust the linkage first ( also see if anything is binding it up like the body and check for broken mounts on the cab and driveline to cause a misasjustment ) before tearing into the transfer case as its a pain .

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/\ is that what is happening with your trans? What he is describing?

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Thanks for looking but that is not it.

mine ticks in 2wd, or 4 hi/low. neutral, drive, reverse. all the time but you can only hear it if the window/music is down. so a very slight tick... but now i got my posi lock installed and played with 4x4 a bit, ticking isnt there?????? hmm, going to have to see tomorrow, maybe something was stuck but switching to 4wd a few times and playing with it loosened something up. already priced transfer cases at the pick-n-pull if i need one. $150 and they have 23 LOL. so IMO its cheap to replace, also got a guy on zr2usa that could sell me one for $50+shipping.....so anyways, at least i have my options.



so anyways, a few posts above i showed you guys all the posi-lock stuff. they make a kit you can buy but its $150 and you can make your own for $30. so i figured why not give it a shot.


took out the vac actuator. it was still good but i dont want to use it anymore.


a bit nasty down there but it will stay like this. may go back and clean this a bit and get rid of the battery acid shit.


basically used cable clamps to hold it to the factory cable (mine is a bit worn so may replace that sometime)


i routed the cable into the cab though the antenna grommet, i figured either way you will have to do a sharp turn to get the cable in the proper position, and this way i dont have to drill into the cab. pulled the inner sleeve of the cable out and sprayed a bunch of wd40 and then blew it though with some compressed air for lubrication.

now i ran the cable, but then i forgot i didnt slide on the mount....so this meant i had to pull the cable all out, well **** that, i just slotted the mount and washers, that way the cable can be removed out of the way at any time. painted black to cover up that shiny metal.


final product!


Doesnt stick out at all, almost looks factory...sorta lol. going to get my buddy to cut me some red 4X4 sticker to put on the T handle.


Just pull out 1/2" (you can feel it lock) and twist 180º to lock in place.


i used only one existing hole for the dash, i should add 2 more with a thin metal piece on top for bracing. but the way you pull it out it looks to be sturdy enough. some moderate pressure is needed to engage the front axle. nothing crazy though.



and there ya go! no more vacuum BS.....being how the vac switch is $35 and the vacuum actuator is $50.....its cheaper in the long run.

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Damn Jon really gettin some work done! looks good man cant wait to come up their and check it out agian.

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looks good. close to factory like you said.


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cleaned the TB on the Z. OMG it was bad. **** EGR!!!


ever since i got the truck i always had a high idle....randomly....and when going into park or neutral it would rev to 1500 rpm at times then go back down. got a code for the IAC valve and figured i would clean the TB and see whats up. well anyways i found out that the previous owner OVERTIGHTENED the cruse control cable adjustment....it was maxed out and cracking the TB slightly, the IAC tried to compensate but it was too much.

should have gotten before pics...


cut the blade off the TB. noticed a decent improvement...i think.


all this carbon was scraped from the TB when it was removed from the housing.....nasty.


truck idles fine now

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Nice looking Z you have! I like your posi-lock design, I need to do one for my truck as well since my actuator went out and vise grips are my 4x4 right now....lol. Where did you get your cable at?

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Thanks!

Right here for the cable
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credit goes to rexmburns for the how-to. post #43
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so a few days ago i undercoated the side of the frame. i power washed the side to remove loose GM undercoating then sprayed the 3M stuff.


2 cans did this and part of the cab.


investment $20


replaced the crappy bumper step with a salvage yard piece. hard to remove these without breaking the clips. having a hitch there is no need for the holes.


Then decided to get a new paint job.....




















rained ok a few days ago, but the best part about mudding at the lake.....there is enough water to keep it muddy haha. Z took it like a champ. a lot of the trails we ran in 2WD because it was more of a challenge. this obviously needed 4x4.


buddies blazer.


those fender flares really do contain all the mud.




so, having fun and my buddy gets too close to the lake and hits a hidden soupy spot on a slight incline. when he drove though it and all 4 wheels spinning, the incline + mud sucked him into the lake......he was ****ed.


since he has tow hooks up front the obvious choice was to hook him up front....WRONG!!!!

hit the same soupy spot (looks dry until you break though the crust) and the same damn thing happened.... i started to slow down, then i turned right, hit the gas but was too sucked into the mess.....were both ****ed


how bad? how about to the skid plate bad.... rear diff was up to mud as well.


i lol'd when i saw the rear tire. had a cool clay pottery look to it. the front left was even worse.



You can see to the right how my tire tracks just slide toward the lake.


so we were SOL and tried digging for 2 hours with a stick we found. after we found out that we had no hope we called for reinforcements which pulled us out relatively easy. my truck was a bit harder to pull out though..the holes we tired to dig out behind the tires filled up with water.

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so after washing the truck and getting 60 lb of mud off its now clean on the underside like we never went mudding. so the damage was a 6 foot scratch all the way to the front fenderflare....stupid ass dead trees by the lake. we had to go though them and i was being careful but apparently one got me pretty good.




(minus vertical scratch)


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nice! unfortunately that thing will show EVERY scratch on it
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Yeah too bad it's not a pewter truck.

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I like the zr2 didn't think you would be taking it mudding. I did the throttle body mod to my blazer before the winter and am not a fan of it, got tomorrow off im going to the junk yard to grab a new blade.
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is it hotter in cache? i wanna wear shorts lol looked fun though im sure cleaning it was funner
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it was 42ºF this morning when i was washing it....wear shorts when i go to work and do my route too. i do get shit all the time from people walking into a store wearing shorts. "zomg you know its 30º outside? why are you in shorts"

hey bitch its 72º in the store lol. you get used to it though. kinda like in the summer when its 95º you think its blazing hot, but after a few 110º days you think 95º is cool.

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i did get all the mud and threw it in the flower bed lol. i washed the truck in the back yard in the grass. i would have made a HUGE mess if it were in my driveway. if it were warmer i wouldnt have mind cleaning it as much.


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I like the zr2 didn't think you would be taking it mudding. I did the throttle body mod to my blazer before the winter and am not a fan of it, got tomorrow off im going to the junk yard to grab a new blade.
of course i am going to go mudding. i didnt get mud tires for just looks and to be a mall crawler i am not going to abuse the truck mudding baja style, but i am going to carefully negotiate the trails and have fun at the same time. i dont feel like destroying my suspension...

like this video below. the ruts were so deep they were almost up to the skid plate, go too fast and you'd bottom out. oh did it in 2WD as well. so far i LOVE these tires. grip is almost endless in the mud.



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Sweet!!! I need to get a 4x4 and come up their. haha

Next time im their you gota take me for a ride to see how that mod did might do it to the blazer.

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Before I did the mod my secound and third gear hit harder I have a very mild built trany, and it just seems to fall on it face some times.
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This mod wont affect WOT. Really at partial throttle it would shift softer since map vs tps is now off. Now it's showing less tps% yet you are getting the airflow of a few % more... For me, I noticed less downshifting going up a big hill and now can give it more throttle before it decides to down shift. Overall I love the mod.

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I would't say I hate it just maybe want to run it back stock to compare.
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You didn't say how and what got you guys out of the mud.

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well after 2 hours of digging we ended up calling for reinforcements. they got my buddy out relatively easy. but for me it took a few good tugs with a chain (didnt like that). going to pick up a nice 10K lb strap to have with us next time. i dont care much for chains since there is no "give" to them. at least when a strap breaks there really isnt much weight to break anything where as a chain can do some damage. 10K lb rating is 10K, chain or strap.


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Get a 30 footer recovery strap. They are rated for like 36k lbs.


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there is a strap called a "bubba rope" that uses is stretching force to pull vehicles out. its kida replacing the tow strap because it can pull even after you lose traction as long as the "rope" is stretched. pricey but cool.

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Look's like fun but you washed the mud off too quickly you gotta rock around with it for a while.

X2 on the straps, D rings as well you can never have too many of them. And maybe a few of these things:




Plus the Hi-lift hidden in the back.

Also don't put a strap around the ball hitch for pulling, bad things can happen.


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Ever change out the dampner?? Still got that 70 mph vib? I had to change my dads dampner in his cherokee for the same reason.. Good looking truck and way to go on getting right to working on it.. NICE
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Also don't put a strap around the ball hitch for pulling, bad things can happen.
careful with those front 3/4 hooks I've seen one go through a tailgate.

And never use a clevis or chain to tie two straps together. Adds flying projectile ammo.

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^ been reading a ton about recovery options and came across a few good stories of what not to do.....

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Look's like fun but you washed the mud off too quickly you gotta rock around with it for a while.

X2 on the straps, D rings as well you can never have too many of them. And maybe a few of these things:




Plus the Hi-lift hidden in the back.

Also don't put a strap around the ball hitch for pulling, bad things can happen.

whats in the tarp? a body? you've got all the tools

but seriously i am thinking about getting an in bed tool box (like you have) and putting some tools in there for every occasion...especially a shovel lol.

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there is a strap called a "bubba rope" that uses is stretching force to pull vehicles out. its kida replacing the tow strap because it can pull even after you lose traction as long as the "rope" is stretched. pricey but cool.

http://www.bubbarope.com/
sweet! yeah its pricy but looks to be exactly what we need. some of those youtube videos looked impressive on kinetic revery ropes. i'd still rather tug on a strap though vs a chain....

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Ever change out the dampner?? Still got that 70 mph vib? I had to change my dads dampner in his cherokee for the same reason.. Good looking truck and way to go on getting right to working on it.. NICE
Negative on the dampener. i havent read what are the pro/cons of getting a "good" one vs stock.

i had the tire's rebalanced....not sure if tires need to be "broken in" when they are new but my sonoma tires had a slight vibe until i put a few hundred miles on them.

there is still a slight vibration but its very slight...

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some day....but if so i'm getting one it will be rated to pull more than enough weight...i think the rule is 1.5x the weight of the vehicle...but IMO that doesnt seem like enough when its buried in mud. a winch will help pull other vehicles out, but in that area there is not too many trees.... on land there isnt a mud hole deep enough to be truly shit outta luck compared to when you are next to the water. so for now a winch is not a priority.

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usually its 2x the vehicle weight, so say 3490lbs some where int he bal park of what mine weighs, is almost two tons, so minum you would want is a 4 ton..... and really they seem a bit small. I plan on getting a 5 ton. just for peace of mind, anythign more is really going to be a waste (for me at least) since you can only rescue soo much before the rescue truck starts to slide.


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whats in the tarp? a body? you've got all the tools

but seriously i am thinking about getting an in bed tool box (like you have) and putting some tools in there for every occasion...especially a shovel lol.
Haha yeah that's my winter weight, a few sand bags, didn't want them leaking everywhere. And that tool box I picked up at Wal-Mart for 20 bones, it's great fits all my recovery gear.


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haha, nice setup. I have a cheap HF 30' recovery strap. It works and I can't complain, for $36, it was worth it and has been used numerous times on the beach and in the snow now. And it was used to pull out a full-size by another one, so it's working fine. If I ever bought a winch, I'd get a 12K, that way it'll have the power if needed. And it's not like the cost of a 10K versus 12 is really that much different.


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i have a 12k mile marker. it was picked up off of craigs list still in the plastic wrap and the original box and packing styrofome, came with all the typical stuff and the guy through a rustys off road (or rough country) winch mount... for 400 bucks! couldn't pass it up, dout it goes on the current sas truck, probably the next rig. but to relate to the last post i was gonna be happy with a 10k, i think it would have plenty of power, but the stronger the better.


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nice work man... it sucks cleaning all the mud off, but it sure is fun putting it there lol

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