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Ford 9in front and rear , new 4.3 vortec engine , rebuilt trans 33in pro comp wheel and tire , hella lights , full sound system , but I need some help figuring out if I need the vacuum accumulator for the transfer case to shift since I am using ford 9 inch??
 

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front 9" very custom!! if it has locking wheel hubs, no.

pics of the setup, please
 

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How do I post pics hahah
 
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you can copy a link from anywhere you have them on the internet. or, post them in your garage on this forum.
 
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Originally Posted by Lifted89 View Post
Ford 9in front and rear , new 4.3 vortec engine , rebuilt trans 33in pro comp wheel and tire , hella lights , full sound system , but I need some help figuring out if I need the vacuum accumulator for the transfer case to shift since I am using ford 9 inch??
Vacuum switch on the t-case is used to engage the front axle on the stock IFS. The t case engages via an electric motor or manual lever on these trucks, no vacuum required.

You're going to want to disconnect and plug the vacuum feed going to the t case so you don't have a huge vacuum leak when you switch into 4wd.
 

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Vacuum switch on the t-case is used to engage the front axle on the stock IFS. The t case engages via an electric motor or manual lever on these trucks, no vacuum required.
Yeah I was pretty sure it was electronic , but I wasn't sure that if the diff. Didn't lock that it wouldn't tell it to go into 4 wheel .
 
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Yeah I was pretty sure it was electronic , but I wasn't sure that if the diff. Didn't lock that it wouldn't tell it to go into 4 wheel .
Thank you for the info much appreciated , now I can finish the purple people eater haha
 
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Originally Posted by Diaita View Post
front 9" very custom!! if it has locking wheel hubs, no.

pics of the setup, please
https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/s/?view=att&th=13b49ad48a2073a6&attid=0.1&disp=attd& safe=1&zw
 
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