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Old 11/14/19, 08:28 AM   #31
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Sorry it took a little bit, I had to reorder a few hose connections. But I highly recommend Jaime excellent quality and super easy to work with.



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Old 11/14/19, 08:31 AM   #32
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Curious- is the outlet on the reservoir below the inlet on the pump in this pic? Nice looking reservoir

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Old 11/14/19, 08:42 AM   #33
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Curious- is the outlet on the reservoir below the inlet on the pump in this pic? Nice looking reservoir
I can get a better picture tonight but the res inlet is a tad higher than the pump inlet.

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Old 11/14/19, 08:44 AM   #34
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Curious- is the outlet on the reservoir below the inlet on the pump in this pic? Nice looking reservoir


Found this on my phone, you can see the pump inlet in the background.




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Old 11/14/19, 05:47 PM   #35
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Found this on my phone, you can see the pump inlet in the background.




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Where did that pulley for the PS Pump come from?

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Old 11/14/19, 07:21 PM   #36
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Where did that pulley for the PS Pump come from?
x2 I want to know also please

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Old 11/15/19, 06:38 AM   #37
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I just ordered a Remote Reservoir from JAC. Jaime was very easy to work with, great communication, and provided options for size of tank, mount location and inlet/outlet type and location. He can pretty much build you what you want.

I went with a Low mount, dual return with AN fittings.

I have no idea why the pictures are sideways. sorry.
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Old 11/15/19, 08:43 AM   #38
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Where did that pulley for the PS Pump come from?
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x2 I want to know also please
It is an AGR over drive pulley for a saginaw TC style pump. It won't fit a stock explore PS pump.

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Old 11/15/19, 11:06 AM   #39
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He just sent me a thank you email for designing this with him, he says he gets a few orders a month from bronco guys and it helps pay his medical bills!

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Old 11/16/19, 08:46 PM   #40
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It won't fit a stock explore PS pump.
Thank you very much for the pics.

What pump are you using ?

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Old 11/16/19, 08:51 PM   #41
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I have Jamie’s tank the same one as in the pics above and when I was in Moab this year the little air vent hole near the top sprayed out all over the distributor and on top of the engine on steep hill climbs and severe declines. I had to refill it once while there I never thought about fire but I probably should have
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Old 11/18/19, 07:54 AM   #42
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Thank you very much for the pics.

What pump are you using ?
I got the pump from AGR a few years ago. I was told it is TC/GM type 2 pump

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Old 11/19/19, 07:45 PM   #43
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I got the Remote Reservoir in yesterday. Here is what it looks like mocked-up.
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Old 11/20/19, 08:19 AM   #44
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Looks good but I think it would serve better if the filler neck were shorter so the reservoir could sit higher up, which would allow more fluid to the pwr steering pump, with that design it may be a problem if you wheel it a lot and are in off-camber positions. Guess you could fill the reservoir more but that wouldn't leave much room for expansion when fluid gets hot. That's just my thought, but cant really tell from the picks, hopefully it will work out good for you.
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Old 11/20/19, 02:35 PM   #45
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Are you guys using a specific manufacturer (Derale?) for your power steering cooler? What size ends are the minimum size you would use? What length or BTU's are you measuring to find enough heat loss? Sorry for the hijack, but I felt it was related.
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