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RE: Why not put turbos on 2500 gas trucks

Pictures worth a 1,000 words... :B Generally speaking...crank size makes a big difference...add metallurgy and production methods (science of the two). Stuff like offset bolt angles, how many bolts, fracture of mating surfaces, etc, etc Add other stuff like...whether the crank is cast iron, cast steel...to forged... https://gearheads.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/connecting-rod1.jpg width=640 connectingrodcomparison https://www.dieseltruckresource.com/pics/data/500/18267NewDieselRodCompare.jpg width=640
BenK 10/04/17 09:03pm Towing
RE: new to WD hitch with some questions

Hi Bryan and Welcome to the forum !!! There are tons and tons of advice on the various dials/knobs adjusting any of today's WD Hitch systems. My advice is to understand the goal of it all and then step back to take a bigger picture vision of what you have, in order to see where you need to go with the various dials/knobs/etc... Goal is to transfer enough weight back to the TV's front axle as per your TV OEM's instructions. In the old days, just dropping the TV evenly was the rule of thumb...but today's OEMs have added many new factors. Like the suspension types and methods of transfer, etc to make that old rule of thumb obsolete (though on my 21 year old Sub, it is what I do) And... First, weigh your TV, ready to go RV'ingGet your trailer's actual weight, both total and tongueYou need that actual tongue weight to purchase the proper WD BarsGather your TV ratings: GVWR, front/rear GAWR, GCWRDo the simple math with these actual weights vs your TV's ratingsIf out of spec/ratings...decide if you believe in your OEM's ratings or not...to then decide where to go from thereGet the TV front to whatever your OEM says to doGet your trailer tongue's actual weight into a 12%-15% rangeTrailer tongue level at its highest pointing to pointing slightly down (my preference) Then read up on how all of these dials/knobs/adjustments/etc work and affect/effect the setup Ask tons of questions, post pics, etc Anything, or most anything can be moved and re-welded. Even lifted enough to both get out of the way and leave room for the swing of whatever Also, know that what works for one...does NOT mean it is a one size fits all metric... Just know what it is supposed to do and if it applies to 'you'...have seen newbies are going in circles following some of the various advice thinking it is a one size fits all thing...the basis for commenting that it is the goal that you need to know before trying all of the dials/knobs/adjustments/etc...
BenK 10/04/17 02:05pm Towing
RE: Weight Distribution Hitches

Nope...you are not missing anything...those that do that and those who advocate doing that are...and/or do NOT believe in or do not understand the ratings system(s)... Most all receivers have a ratings label (IIRC, mandated by DOT in order to have a DOT certification) There are two ratings...dead weight and a higher rating using a WD Hitch Do a quick Google search for "receiver label image".....betcha most +30 foot trailers will have a tongue weight over most receivers Dead Weight rating
BenK 10/01/17 06:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Archoil Friction Modifier for Power Stroke Diesels

Knew too techie for this forum...last try... Look it up...molyddenum disulfide (MoS2) and now tungsten disulphide (WS2) is my current stuff experimenting with. Both powders in the <2 micron size Molecular adhesion. Meaning they interlock to become one (plates itself to the base metal) in the engine parts and is one of the lowest co-efficient of friction materials known to mankind. So there is no suspension issue...unless the particle size is larger...that then gets filtered out by GOOD filters Melts at around +2,000 F, so close what iron will melt at, so combustion isn't an issue Serious shooters use MoS2 powder coatings on their barrels and bullets for a reason and is the same reason I use it in all my ICE's. Found MoS2 while working my way through college designing stuff for the Military. Especially stuff for NASA where traditional lube's froze out there in space.
BenK 09/28/17 10:51am Tow Vehicles
RE: Archoil Friction Modifier for Power Stroke Diesels

I use Molybdenum Disufide, which is NOT for anything with a friction clutch...too slippery and will ruin it in a hurry. It bonds at a molecular level to metal, so does NOT drain off and I also use synthetics, which has a higher film strength. So it does NOT drain off as quickly as most dino oils This quote from their web site says it all to me: "...AR9100 is also safe for wet clutches and limited slip differentials..." and why I'd not and stick to molybdenum disulfide additive that is in powdered form (less than 2 micron particle size) and mix it with 1 qt of synthetic engine oil. Oyster blender cost $5 bucks at Goodwill and dedicated for that
BenK 09/27/17 02:35pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Is there a difference between 3.73 locking rear axle & 4.30?

If "ride quality" is high on your list of "have to have", then stick with the half ton...they are sprung for lesser weights...therefore ride quality a 'bit' better If towing performance is high on your list of "have to have", then get the next higher class TV...they are sprung for higher weights...therefore ride quality is a 'bit' harder Suggest comparing their ratings instead of marketing stuff GVWR F/R GAWR GCWR A higher numeric diff will have more torque multiplication, so will have a higher tow rating Locking is better than an open diff and/or limited slip diff Forget about MTWR (Max Tow Weight Rating), as it is derived from a 'curb' (AKA stripper model) that just about no one ever orders...except for moderator Marty... IMHO...
BenK 09/27/17 10:45am Tow Vehicles
RE: GM Brake Controller vs prodigy?

Unless the Prodigy plugs into the OBD port it cannot perform as well as the factory unit. Disagree and IMHO, MC pressure sensed does NOT turn on the trailer brakes as soon as a TV brake pedal switch sensed like the P2/P3 Plus, an MC pressure sensed does NOT continue to increase the trailer brake voltage when the TV brake pedal is NOT pressed any farther after setting the switch Think most who don't like a P2/P3 did not setup their TV brake pedal switch well I can touch and hold the TV brake pedal a small fraction of an inch to turn on the pedal switch and not press any farther. This is akin to leaning over and manually sliding the lever/button on most any after market and even the OEM IBC That will have the P3's accelerometer sense deceleration and send ever more voltage to the trailer brakes all the while the TV brakes are not braking. This way I can stop the whole TV/Trailer without getting the TV's brakes turned on and is why my P3 leads the TV brakes....and can decide to brake the TV if I should want to With any highly integrated trailer brake system...they are integrated into every computer on the TV (or most all) and is a potential wonderful thing...if...they all work well....but....if anyone of the other computers/sensors has an issue...the whole braking system might/will barf The cost has a very large potential to diag and fix. An add on like my P3 is warrantied for life and a brand new one costs under $150 on sale...should have kept my P2 as a spare in case something happens on the road with my P3 (not likely, but poop happens) Personal choice and mine is to keep it simple (KISS philosophy) and NOT tie into the TV's network of computers
BenK 09/25/17 11:08am Tow Vehicles
RE: KYB vs Bilstein...again

Agree, Bils are more OEM with a tad more dampening Didn't like my KYB MonoMax's at first. They replaced Edelbrock IAS's that had one destroyed hitting a Landrover that jumped a stop sign. Loved the IAS's. As their valving more performance than anything, but they leaked with their upside down mounting requirement for the smart valve (senses rate of change, so has to be part of the piston rod). The down side to the IAS's is that they were painful going over speed humps/bumps...as they close down to almost a solid rod in slow going. Ditto that off roading...painful, but okay with me, as knew that...so just accepted it MonoMax's valving is closer to performance than comfort, but on a heavy vehicle not total performance, IMHO. Like them so much on my Suburban...bought a set for my 1980 Silverado Bottom line is if you valve ride quality over performance...get closer to OEM level. If you valve performance over ride quality, get the KYB MonoMax...of course in IMHO...as am a Boy Race since my teens in the 50's-60's...
BenK 09/21/17 09:49am Tow Vehicles
RE: Hitch with built-in TW Scale

Agree with Barney...the WD spring bar forces will add to the dead weight...unless the strain gauge setup in the ball assembly knows the difference between dead weight and spring forces (an angular vector from dead weight vector) Think of standing on the tongue and pulling up on the spring bars. That then transfers whatever weight/force from your hands down to your feet...which is on top of the tongue... Plus, strain gauge, meaning semiconductor and if as others say, hydraulic, so there is a transfer agent between the ball and strain gauge. Think both to manage the change in direction and to mute 'some' of the forces strain gauge. My guess is that there might be a hydraulic ratio to reduce the overall force on the semiconductor Nifty, but I'd get a Sherline. Plus this is aluminum...not the kind of metal for my setup, but that is just me I didn't realize it was hydraulic, that makes more sense. Would be cool if it was WD, then you could see the TW when the TT is hitched and then the new TW when WD is engaged, would tell you how much weight is being transferred from the hitch. That would not tell you how much weight is being transferred. All it would tell you is how much the pressure was when you coupled the trailer and then how much it increased from drawing up the WD bars. Doing that puts the "squeeze" on the ball from the coupler and downward pull of the WD bars on the A frame. You would need to make some more measurements on the vehicles to determine how much was transferred. :) Barney
BenK 09/21/17 09:42am Towing
RE: 2004 Silverado Towing Capacity

Look up the definition of these words and from more than one recognized dictionaryShouldCanRecommendShallRequireRatingWarrantyLiabilityRegulatoryContractAgency There are others, but this is the essence of them all for this forum/discussion The biggie is "liability" Then their 'legal' definition...sometimes a bit oblique to the commonly accepted definition But...this is a typical circular topic that comes up often on these forums... :S Bottom line is: "believe what you want"...this is still a free country out there...until something that has 'legal' attached to that brings it in from out there and into a court room...with lawyers... :E
BenK 09/13/17 11:50am Tow Vehicles
RE: E2 vs Equalizer vs Blue Ox

Ah...Sumosprings... Assume a live axle, right? (solid axle) If the Sumosprings lift the rear of the truck just a tad...it has unloaded the leaf springs a tad...the leaf bushings need to be pre-loaded in order to NOT have play (compliance) in controlling the rear axle. On that, the leading leaf eye needs to be LOWER than the trailing leaf eye...if not, it will NOT follow the front axle steering input well... My guess is that there is some movement allowed in the rear axle assembly somewhere... Before spending tens of thousands of bucks on a different TV...consider adding a PanHard rod/bar to the rear axle. A good suspension shop will know what/how/etc to do. That will solve or address most of any side to side movement of the rear axle assembly
BenK 09/10/17 10:09am Towing
RE: Aluminum Differential Cover Thermal Results

Agree with Turtle...it looks like corrosion damage...NOT extreme pressure. They do their dirty work differently. Corrosion will pit by eating and pressure will flake the surface metal by work hardening Also ask if that diff ever got underwater when it was HOT...and check your vent valve...it is supposed to prevent drawing in water (one metric...other is to vent when it gets hot). OR you have somehow gotten water into the diff There are other things going on that the thermal images shows The axle tubes are also part of the heat rejection system. Heat sink in mass to absorb, hold and reject via surface area. The why it isn't that hot as you move farther away from the heat source...the gear teeth Since ALU is a better conductor, it will reject more heat. Thickness in this case not really a component, as the lube is in direct contact with the cover. Therefore will show hotter. It is also insulated in part from the pumpkin by the gasket (reduced thermal transfer surface area) and heat will be wicked away to the pumpkin/tube material, which is larger in mass There are anti-foaming additives in all diff lube, but it still foams a bit. The hotter it gets, the more it will foam. Foam has lots of air bubbles, which is NOT as good a thermal conductor as the lube itself. This and the fact that the flow of diff lube isn't very good going down each axle tube has the tube able to cool it way faster than the input (new, hot lube going down the axle tube)
BenK 09/10/17 10:01am Towing
RE: Electric truck - tow vehicle of future ?

Not always politics... Some times it has to do with rebates/tax incentives/etc...to even tax credits by whatever entity trying to get this going Windgenerators had full IRS tax credits up to $100,000.00 back in the early 80's They had to 'fly' and generate electricity by midnight December 31st...can't remember the exact year Limiting factors back then were the available workers out in those tiny towns and cranes. Plenty of fly by night OEMs...we made tons on the tax credit sales and even more fixing all of the busted flyby night units (insurance work) Ditto current climate in California for solar, which is going away soon, if not already PS...for electric powered vehicles...using HP as a gauge skews it a bit. Wondering which metric will become the standard that the general public will both accept and understand Electrics are better for stop and go than long cruising distances where the power storage become a bigger factor...that full to a few times 100% torque at zero RPM vs ICE's zero torque at zero RPM situation
BenK 09/10/17 09:32am Tow Vehicles
RE: Electric truck - tow vehicle of future ?

Agree and love the new magnets of today...but they are not ready for TV's or even full sized just yet... Maybe with liquid cooling, but another hurdle to be solved. My solid state compressor IP would be perfect supplying cyro level liquids, but not many OEMs would consider that just yet...they won't understand super conductors and the lossless that brings... Interviewed with Tesla and had an argument with the hiring scientist...knew not the right fit for me at that time...he did crash his plane and got killed in that accident...soon after the fired most of the design crew and tossed the transmission (of which the basis for part of that argument). The current flooded liquid cooling is an off-shoot of my IP...but not at cyro levels. Mine was sprayed, but over kill for automotive at this stage. Once they move to a higher level of thermal rejection requirements...then it would make sense
BenK 09/07/17 01:21pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Electric truck - tow vehicle of future ?

Hmmm...telling that you don't know much or enough of how they work... An electric motor has one moving part...the rotor. It only rotates. There is no linear movement The rotor consists of a shaft, metal sheets with slots stacked onto the center of that shaft, wire wound around those metal sheet slots, a commutator (there are some that do not have this) and is all glued together with special epoxy. That then has the two ends of the shaft poke through bearings pressed into the housing. These do NOT more...except for the inner bearing race and the bearings themselves (round, roller, tappered, etc) The commutator will have brushes in contact with it, but those brushes do NOT move. This is for a DC motor...an AC does NOT have a commutator. There are brushless DC's, but they are not the norm That is the sum of all the rotation parts of an electric motor. To service an electric motor is to check the bearings and brushes (if there are any) and grease the bearings. Some of my designs (Industrial controls, robotics, factory automation, motion control, etc) run 24/7. Some are still running since I left that industry decades ago. They just replaced one old ski lift in Tahoe last year and IIRC...that motor and gearbox went in in the late 70's (of course new controllers replace my stuff years ago) For an ICE....these parts move. Either rotationally or linearly. Linear stuff goes in one direction at high speed and then abruptly stops and reversed direction in an instant. All the while there are burns (some think explosions, but not so...they are very high speed burns) inside the combustion chamber. The valves open and close to allow fresh charge in and exhaust burnt/spent charge out at very high temps...some times high enough to melt metal The exhaust will make noise...lots of noise and is filled with nasty chemicals from the oxidation of that burn. There will be deposits down stream from the combustion chamber that are both very hot and corrosive. People have been known to commit suicide by breathing those exhaust fumes... Crank ShaftConnecting Rod & it's cap...times number of cylindersWrist Pin...times number of cylindersPiston...times number of cylindersCam Shaftlifter or roller, times number of cylindersRocker times number of valvesValves...2 per cylinder and some are 4-5 per cylinderTiming chainTiming Chain gearsTiming belt on someTiming belt pulleyDamperFlywheel and with an automatic flex plateOil Pump gearam sure left some parts off this list Now for the parts not on an electric motor, but necessary on an ICE that are hangers on: Water pumpFan bladeAlternatorstarter motorFuel PumpFuel injection systemCoolant systemOil system..filter, etcSerpentine beltsExhaust system, CAT/DEF/muffler/etcIntake system Air filter/etcSMOG systemam sure left some parts off this list Left off all of the various fasteners that hold all the above together. They would number in the dozens to well over into the hundreds There is a bunch more 'stuff' that goes with any ICE...diesel has even more than a gasser... To service any ICE, you have to change the oil, filters, coolant and a host of other fluids/etc A BIG PS...a good electric motor for a vehicle will have great controller...which would negate the need for an automatic transmission of the complexity ICE's require. A single speed diff and non tranny...or if higher speeds desired/required....a simple two speed transmission...because electric motors can have well over 300% torque at ZERO RPM...while ICE's have zero torque at zero RPM...therefore requires and electric starter motor to get it going... {edit}...forgot to mention that ICE's vibrate...a lot. Electrics do not and the why some states require electrics 'make noise' below a certain speed so that pedestrians can hear them coming...Plus a good controller/battery system on an electric can have regenerative braking...meaning it turns the electric motor into a generator to slow/stop by pumping the kinetic energy back into the battery system instead of ICE's wasting it by turning that kinetic energy into heat at the brakes friction material Good afternoon. High reliability of EV's is documented...although there were some drivetrain issues with the early Teslas. Low maintenance has also been documented and is a no brainer. Brakes are used a lot less in an EV, really its just wiper blades tires and of course shocks. We have gone a couple years and still no maintenance...and of course never a visit to a gas station. Still haven't been able to find any of the documentation just random platitudes about electric motors have fewer parts so the must be more reliable. I'm looking for actual factual data that shows fewer maintenance issues based on real world numbers. I've done some google searches but it all gets bogged down in people claiming it but never providing numbers to back it up.
BenK 09/07/17 11:32am Tow Vehicles
RE: How long do you plan to keep your TV

Love that era SUV's and first gen coined SUV... Would still have my K5 if it hadn't rusted out from ski trips to Tahoe and trips to Bosie. Road salts ate out the lower body area and the window cranks. Pic before the Dana 60 front and GM 14 bolt rear & 54 gallon main tank https://i.imgur.com/uq86rNFl.jpg width=640 MYK5 myBlazer Current TV/SUV and hope it lasts another 21 years.. https://i.imgur.com/TZIeSGCl.jpg width=640 MySub mysuburban
BenK 09/04/17 11:33am Tow Vehicles
RE: Electric truck - tow vehicle of future ?

Everyone is untitled to their opinions...and history is full of them that turned out to be off of what happened... Again, locomotive has been electric drive motors for decades and decades..with diesel generators to power them. Their limiting issue has been power storage (AKA batteries) and an electrical controller capable of handling that kind of current. Bullet trains solved that storage issue with live wires or rails and are all electric. Heck, even the mag-lev bullet trains are all electric but not rotating motors. Gasoline was sold at local drug stores and hardware stores from the historical material read when a kid Just because the distribution system isn't there yet...does it mean the technology isn't any good... History repeating itself...and those who either do not know of, or educated thereof are destined to repeat those historically based learning points... The issue is not the distribution system. The distribution system already exists for just about every house and commercial building in the USA. Yes, but limited in most, unless rewired with +50 amp and higher than standard 110/120. Maybe tap into the dry/stove line. Standard 25-30 amp line will limit charge rate, but slow charge is the best...these higher rates reduce Lith-Ion life and most other battery types on line now Or on a trip...try stopping at someone's house and ask them if they will allow you to plug in to recharge for a few hours and then continue on your trip...ask if you can use their rest room... :B Go back and read up on the Graphene batteries and better yet would be capacitor batteries The issue is that batteries are expensive, hold very little power (relative to size and cost) and they take a long time to charge (even with the high powered chargers). Again, go back and read up on the newest types of battery IP Your comment is based on lead acid and Lith-Ion types Capacitor batteries will charge fast and can be employed as regenerative braking...where as Lead Acid & Lith-Ion can NOT absorb the regen power fast enough...can be designed to...but that would mean lots and lots and lots of them in parallel to do that...well...but sizing and weight will become another issue wit the size of cars they use today...why said full sized pickups/SUVs best for now The idea that it is foreordained that electric will take over because gas took over from horses is false logic. Gas took over because it was better. In fact unlike electric which receives a lot of positive support from the govt and still struggles to sell. Gas cars had the govt fighting the adoption of mass produced cars. If you have access or the inclination...look up all of the OEM's road maps...not the typical bean counter 3-5 year plans, but 10 or more years out. Plus check out some countries plans to ban ICEs and replace with electric in the near future I think electric cars will do OK once people get over the idea that they are fully functional the same as gas cars. If you are commuting 10miles to work and have a 2nd car, they should be able to produce a basic commuter electric car for comparable price to a gas commuter car but if you need a car that can go 200-300miles (and not come home to your garage at night), it starts becoming a big hassle to try and make electric work. Even if high power chargers become more common, high power means a half hour for partition charge and longer for a full charge and 200+ mile range means you are paying 30-50% more for the equivalent car. Buddy lives south of Watsonville and commutes to my area...Silicon Valley since the early 90's and drives an old 80's VW Bug that he converted to all electric with lead acid batteries in the trunk, rear seating area and even in the engine bay About 150 miles round trip without running errands. With errands just under 200 miles Around 2010, he bought a Prius and added about 500 lbs of Lith-Ion batteries from Zero Bike (Santa Cruz) and now has about 500-600 mile range... He is an engineer and we noodle Capacitor Batteries all the time and the issue is that the controllers are not there just yet. They have them for bicycles and motor bikes but the amperage is too small for a car to have the power needed for our performance needed/desired and regenerative braking
BenK 09/04/17 11:05am Tow Vehicles
RE: First timer and a "how much weight" question?

You need additional information and must do some work. Including weighing your TV fully loaded with people/pets/luggage/ice chest/cargo/etc. There will be much more on HOW2 dial in your WD Hitch system (and choose one). Goal there is to have the TV drop to whatever your glove box manual says. Some use weight returned to the front axle, others percentage, and some dimension from static before loading/WD'ing. The trailer tongue should be level at it's highest pointing...I recommend pointing slightly down Trailer tongue weight should be in the +12% to 15% of the trailer ACTUAL weight Comments in red below So I've been doing researching like mad and trying to figure all my weight limits before we purchase our first TT. We are headed to Hershey in two weeks, to their big RV show, and I want to be as prepared as possible. After much reading, I am very cautious about being the highway ahole that overloads his vehicle and puts his family, and others on the road, in danger. We were going get something in the small ultra light class to tow with our Honda Pilot, and then I figured I should just get my second TT now and just skip the tiny one I'd probably sell in two years anyway. I also have a Ford e250 van. These are the specs: GVWR ........... 8600A good rating to have on your list and you will need the trailers GVWR too Curb Wt......... 5336Useless, unless you have a stripper model with no options, except for the tow option and this is the "dry" weight of the trailer, but it will also come with a tongue weight number (typically 10% in order to get the highest tow weight for any TV) and is a good indicator of how or the potential of how well the trailer will handle....best to have tongue weight in the +12%-15% of the trailers ACTUAL weight GVW............. 6336?**you will need this and load up your TV as if going to tow. Full up with people, pets, cargo, luggage, etc and go out and weigh it Max Payload..... 3264A good starting point, as this is the weight as shipped WITH options...but does NOT have the stuff you will load into/onto your TV. Subtract this from the GVWR and it will be more than the listed towing cap (MTWR...max tow weight rating) Towing Cap...... 6600see Max Payload comment GCWR............ 12000a very good number to have and will be the basis for the simple math to figure your "true" MTWR GAWR f ......... 3800A good number to have on your list GAWR r ......... 5520A very good number to have on your list and most limiting of all the other RATINGS Rear Tire load . 3042eaDitto above RGAWR I currently only have a step bumper hitch on the van (500lb TW) but will be installing a new Class III/IV hitch to accommodate as needed TW. **Guessing TV may have 1000 lbs in passenger and cargo.Until you load and actually weigh it fully loaded ready to tow...in guessing game I have done a few online calculators but get different numbers from different sites. So, what TT GVWR should I top out at to be safe?Weigh your TV fully loaded ready to go towing and subtract that from the GCWR of your TV and that will tell you the true TT GVW (it's actual weight your TV is now rated to tow
BenK 09/04/17 10:45am Towing
RE: Electric truck - tow vehicle of future ?

Wonder if those who were first adopters of the new fangled clean air mode of transportation faced this...betcha they did... Gasoline powered vehicles were the fix for air pollution of that day...piles of horse poop in the streets...smelling up the neighborhood/streets...piles of horse poop in the outskirts of most cities...that when dried...became yet another air pollutant when blown back into the city...horse poop dust clouds engulfed many cities and choked people out and about...that was considered and documented as a health hazard...of those days... Gasoline was sold at local drug stores and hardware stores from the historical material read when a kid Just because the distribution system isn't there yet...does it mean the technology isn't any good... Also betcha a horse drawn buggy could out drag those first gasoline driven 'horseless' buggies... History repeating itself...and those who either do not know of, or educated thereof are destined to repeat those historically based learning points...
BenK 09/01/17 12:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Chinese Vehicles

These corporations were NOT sold to foreign owners by the government...CEOs and their boards did...
BenK 08/31/17 08:51pm Tow Vehicles
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