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superduty-list Digest Thu, 24 Aug 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 017

In This Issue:
Re: Unlocking Hubs
Re: Unlocking Hubs
Re: Unlocking Hubs
Re: Unlocking Hubs
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From: "Neil Plocek" <nplocek jps.net>
Subject: Re: Unlocking Hubs
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 20:45:59 -0700

You do not have to back up to unlock the hubs.  As soon as you flip the
switch, the hubs and transfer case engage.  As soon as you flip the switch
back to 2WD, everything disengages.  The hubs can be locked in manually if
there is a failure in the automatic mechanism.

Your dealer needs to read up on the product he is selling.


----- Original Message -----
From: <Alevinson aol.com>
To: <superduty-list ford-trucks.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2000 8:20 PM
Subject: [superduty-list] Unlocking Hubs


> My wife and I just ordered a 01 Excursion Limited PSD 4x4.  As you can
> imagine, we're very excited!  It should be here near the end of September.
> Now for the question.  The dealer told us we had to back up 10 ft to
unlock
> the hubs.  I asked him why you could manually lock the hubs and he said to
> have "instant 4x4 without having to drive a few feet."  I'm just thinking
out
> loud here, but if I use the 4x4 and then turn it off, but don't back up
then
> the hubs should stay locked in right?  Can anyone explain this to me.  I
> don't know if I like this setup.  My D**ge Ram goes right in and out
without
> any backing up......
>
> Alex
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Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 22:01:04 +0100
Subject: Unlocking Hubs
From: Kirk Werner <Kirk Werner.org>

Alex,

if your Excursion is equipped with the Control Trac 4wd system, you do not
need to put the truck in reverse and back up to disengage the hubs. They
will automatically disengage when you shift from 4wd to 2wd. There may be a
slight delay due to binding, but it won't be of any significance.  In other
words, it'll work just like your D*dge (I had one of those, too).
-------------------
From: Alevinson aol.com
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 23:20:22 EDT
Subject: Unlocking Hubs

My wife and I just ordered a 01 Excursion Limited PSD 4x4.  As you can
imagine, we're very excited!  It should be here near the end of September.
Now for the question.  The dealer told us we had to back up 10 ft to unlock
the hubs.  I asked him why you could manually lock the hubs and he said to
have "instant 4x4 without having to drive a few feet."  I'm just thinking
out
loud here, but if I use the 4x4 and then turn it off, but don't back up then
the hubs should stay locked in right?  Can anyone explain this to me.  I
don't know if I like this setup.  My D**ge Ram goes right in and out without
any backing up......

Alex



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From: "Jason Derra" <derrar internetcds.com>
Subject: Re: Unlocking Hubs
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 22:09:57 -0700

Get the manual locking hubs, and you'll never question whether they're
working or not.
Jason
'69 Bronco 5.0 HO EFI, NP435
'96 F250 Ext Cab 4WD Powerstroke E4OD

----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2000 8:20 PM
Subject: [superduty-list] Unlocking Hubs


> My wife and I just ordered a 01 Excursion Limited PSD 4x4.  As you can
> imagine, we're very excited!  It should be here near the end of September.
> Now for the question.  The dealer told us we had to back up 10 ft to
unlock
> the hubs.  I asked him why you could manually lock the hubs and he said to
> have "instant 4x4 without having to drive a few feet."  I'm just thinking
out
> loud here, but if I use the 4x4 and then turn it off, but don't back up
then
> the hubs should stay locked in right?  Can anyone explain this to me.  I
> don't know if I like this setup.  My D**ge Ram goes right in and out
without
> any backing up......
>
> Alex
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From: "Jason Derra" <derrar internetcds.com>
Subject: Re: Unlocking Hubs
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 22:17:04 -0700

The auto locking hubs will ratchet in reverse (bad thing if you need to back
up in 4WD).  To disengage them, you would need to back up.  If you are going
down a icy, snow covered road, you can toggle in and out of 4WD and the hubs
will stay engaged.  The reason your Dodge does not require backing up is
that it has no locking hubs at all.  It has whats called a Central Axle
disconnect which is controlled by vacuum.  When you shift to 4WD, there is a
vacuum switch on the transfer case that sends a vacuum signal to the front
end to move a shift fork and lock a 2 piece axle shaft together (the other
side always turns, regardless of transfer case shifter position).
Jason
'69 Bronco 5.0 HO EFI, NP435
'96 F250 Ext Cab 4WD Powerstroke E4OD

----- Original Message -----
From: <Alevinson aol.com>
To: <superduty-list ford-trucks.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2000 8:20 PM
Subject: [superduty-list] Unlocking Hubs


> My wife and I just ordered a 01 Excursion Limited PSD 4x4.  As you can
> imagine, we're very excited!  It should be here near the end of September.
> Now for the question.  The dealer told us we had to back up 10 ft to
unlock
> the hubs.  I asked him why you could manually lock the hubs and he said to
> have "instant 4x4 without having to drive a few feet."  I'm just thinking
out
> loud here, but if I use the 4x4 and then turn it off, but don't back up
then
> the hubs should stay locked in right?  Can anyone explain this to me.  I
> don't know if I like this setup.  My D**ge Ram goes right in and out
without
> any backing up......
>
> Alex
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From: "Jason Derra" <derrar internetcds.com>
Subject: Re: Unlocking Hubs
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 22:22:27 -0700

If the hubs are in the auto position, you would need to back up to disengage
them.  That's just how all  auto hubs work.
Jason
'69 Bronco 5.0 HO EFI, NP435
'96 F250 Ext Cab 4WD Powerstroke E4OD

----- Original Message -----
From: "Neil Plocek" <nplocek jps.net>
To: <superduty-list ford-trucks.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2000 8:45 PM
Subject: [superduty-list] Re: Unlocking Hubs


> You do not have to back up to unlock the hubs.  As soon as you flip the
> switch, the hubs and transfer case engage.  As soon as you flip the switch
> back to 2WD, everything disengages.  The hubs can be locked in manually if
> there is a failure in the automatic mechanism.
>
> Your dealer needs to read up on the product he is selling.
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <Alevinson aol.com>
> To: <superduty-list ford-trucks.com>
> Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2000 8:20 PM
> Subject: [superduty-list] Unlocking Hubs
>
>
> > My wife and I just ordered a 01 Excursion Limited PSD 4x4.  As you can
> > imagine, we're very excited!  It should be here near the end of
September.
> > Now for the question.  The dealer told us we had to back up 10 ft to
> unlock
> > the hubs.  I asked him why you could manually lock the hubs and he said
to
> > have "instant 4x4 without having to drive a few feet."  I'm just
thinking
> out
> > loud here, but if I use the 4x4 and then turn it off, but don't back up
> then
> > the hubs should stay locked in right?  Can anyone explain this to me.  I
> > don't know if I like this setup.  My D**ge Ram goes right in and out
> without
> > any backing up......
> >
> > Alex
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From: DanBrotzman <no1windo frontiernet.net>
Subject: Add on turbo
Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2000 08:40:53 -0500




If a free flowing exhaust works on both turbo and non-turbo then this would
be a safe mod at this time.  I get the impression that I should not bother
with headers if I am considering a turbo, but it would be a good mod if I am
to stay non-turbo.

My question then (finally) is how difficult and how much  is it to add a
turbo to a stock 7.3 diesel, and what problems could I face down the road as
far as maintainence go if I went turbo?  Would this make it too difficult
for a hobby mechanic to still do the basics?

BTW my truck passed "SMOG" emissions test yesterday with no problems.
(Ontario, Canada)

Brian
1991 F350 XLT Lariat Crew Cab 7.3 Diesel 4x4 DRW Centurion Conversion


[Dan Brotzman]  Brian, if you look in some older off road magazines, and even new ones you will find two or three different manufactures who offer turbo kits for the 6.9 and 7.3 non-turbo diesels. Plan on spending $2,500 to $3,000 to have one installed as a "turn-key" installation. Just purchasing the components and installing your self will save $500 to $1,000, be advised it is a pretty straight forward installation but it does require a bit more knowledge than is required for normal maintainence. The add on turbo will sit on top of the engine behind the current intake openning. You will need to remove the exhaust system from the manifolds because the turbo requires piping exhaust from the manifolds to the turbo first, then from the turbo to the exhaust system. The exhaust piping will be part of the turbo kit. An add on turbo will also come with an oil supply line and drain tube kit to lubricate the turbo and drain the oil back to the oil pan. An add on turbo will also come with a new style air cleaner and different intake plumbing. The add on turbos sit quite close to the fire wall and should have a heat shield to protect wiring on the firewall if a shield does not come with the turbo kit. Some kits have a shield and I have seen some that don't. Of course the new electronic diesels are the easiest to get more power
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"cheap sound"
Posted by goodfoot on 08/31/2000 12:48:14
http://www.ford-trucks.com/dcforum/superduty/597.html#1

"RE: gear selection"
Posted by bigv10 on 08/31/2000 17:09:34
http://www.ford-trucks.com/dcforum/superduty/583.html#22

Messages posted in Diesel
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"RE: diesel cold weather warm up"
Posted by deleontow on 08/29/2000 15:27:46
http://www.ford-trucks.com/dcforum/diesel/182.html#1

"RE: Diesel engine for a 1983 f350"
Posted by deleontow on 08/29/2000 15:33:59
http://www.ford-trucks.com/dcforum/diesel/178.html#1

"L king for INFO "
Posted by retsbar on 08/31/2000 01:15:56
http://www.ford-trucks.com/dcforum/diesel/183.html#0

"RE: L king for INFO "
Posted by kpayne on 08/31/2000 10:16:59
http://www.ford-trucks.com/dcforum/diesel/183.html#1 ....


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