Swapped over the cooling fan viscous coupling for my "winter" version. Amazing how much quieter the Hayden normal duty version is instead of the heavy duty version I've taken to using over the summer.
Well that didn't go well. A "he said it tested good" viscous coupling was a load of crap. Driving with the front prop shaft out for now. New (re-built) Ashcroft Lt230 with atb and sleeved casing on order. So many truths are told if it's got more than 100k miles on it, it toast.Changed out a viscous coupling on the RRC BW transfer box. I am thinking this one is also U/S. Going to hit the sand and walmarts parking lot for a test. So an lt230 is going be sourced. unless I can find a cheap P38 coupling, one with low miles.
It is a MUD Stuff console. I moved the AC switches to the console along with the windows, heated seat switches, heated windscreen/mirrors, rear window defrost and hazard. There is a volt meter, power socket, USB power, and rear wiper switch as well Webasto controller and timer and the left top is exterior temperature. The stereo is a seven inch single DIN retractable touch screen. I used stereo blanking plates to mout the switches onto and then popped those intonthe console. Makes for easy access and any further work if I want to. I went for symmetry and functionality.could you post about your other dash mods ? That center dash pod is quite interesting