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2.5 inch 63mm Steel material liquid filled hydraulic pressure gauge
Fob price :us1.5-4/piece
Min.order quantity:10 pieces
Supply Ability: 30000 pieces per month
Payment Terms: L/C,T/T
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Brand Name: Yujing
Model Number: YN
Case material: Stainless steel or Steel or Plastic
Supply type: Make-to-Order
Pressure range: -1 to 1000bar
Case size: 1.5”(40mm), 2”(50mm), 2.5”(63mm), 3″(75mm),4″(100mm),6″(150mm)
Connection Style: Bottom connection or Back connection
Certification: ISO:9001-2008 and roHs
Liquid filling: With or without liquid
We are factory: Yes
Customize: Yes, we can make as per your request
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: Carton or as per your request
Delivery Detail: Goods in stock
Place of origin:Zhejiang China
Dial Size:1.5″ (40mm), 2″(50mm), 2.5″(63mm), 4″(100mm), 6″(150mm)
Case:Steel or Stainless steel or black iron
Lens:Glass or Polycarbonate /Safety Glass
Mounting:Bottom/Back /Lower back entry /LBM with flange or bracket
Fill Liquid:Glycerin/silicone oil/dry
Thread: 3/8″~1″ or as per your request
Mounting:bottom mounted or center back
Product detail pictures:
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1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4×4 with 5.2 V8 and automatic transmission. Full info below…
Rear is on RE 3.5″ XJ front springs. It has the IRO long arm kit with sub frame which allows fixed upper arms to be adjusted and the lowers are adjustable. Rear shocks are Doetsch Tech 8000 Prerunner Series part# 8403 which are 32″ extended, 18.7″ compressed, 13.3″ of travel with integrated bump stops. Rear uses a Rusty’s Offroad adjustable track bar. Rear drive shaft is stock with no issues.
The front is on RE 3.5″ springs with JKS ACOS, Iron Rock Offroad long arms and IRO 3 piece subframe assembly. This kit has a one piece driver side control arm called the Iron Y which includes both the lower and upper arm in one piece with a caster adjuster. The passenger side uses only a lower control arm, no upper. Front shocks are Doetsch Tech 8000 Prerunner series part# 8421 which are 32″ extended, 18.25″ compressed, 13.75″ of travel. The shocks are mounted to IRO bar pin eliminators. Extended stainless steel brake lines were installed to support the additional lift and flex. Front uses a Rusty’s Offroad adjustable track bar with HD frame mount. Front drive shaft is a double cardan u-joint style to replace the OEM CV shaft which broke and also would not have worked with the long arm kit. JKS Quicker Disconnects which are adjustable are used on the front sway bar.
Iron Rock Offroad OTK, over the knuckle, steering kit. The kit includes a 1.25″ solid cold rolled steel tie rod and drag link with 5/8″ grade 8 hardware. This required us to drill the steering knuckles on both sides as well as the drop pitman arm with a 5/8″ drill bit. The kit is very solid and no steering stabilizer is being used.
Check out my other videos if you want more info on the steering box brace which has been a great addition since I’m running 35×12.50 tires. The steering box was recently replaced with a new one. We’ve swapped out the drop pitman arm for one that is about 2″ shorter than the one we had installed previously because it will work better with my lift and IRO OTK steering kit.
The front is a Dana 30 with IRO almost alloy Spicer 760x u-joint shafts, Solid diff cover, stock gears, and no lockers. The CV differential yoke has been replaced with a u-joint yoke for the new drive shaft. The axle will soon be rebuilt with 4.88 gears, and Aussie locker. The font axle also has heavy duty Rusty’s Offroad lower control arm mounts to replace the bent stock ones.
The rear is a Dana 44 with stock gears and no locker. It will soon be rebuilt with 4.88 gears and Aussie locker.
Tires and Wheels:
35×12.50×15 Goodyear Wrangler MT/R Kevlar on OEM 15×7 wheels with 2″ wheel spacers.
Jeep also has IRO on board air, Rough Country 9500 lb winch and mounting plate, Taurus 2 speed electric fan and B&M Supercooler.
5.2 V8 Engine Notes:
The motor is finally dry as a bone, leak free thanks to Joel Gonzalez!!! Oil pan was dropped and rear main bearing cap was removed because the two piece rear main seal was leaking. The rear main seal was replaced and a high volume, 25% over stock, Melling oil pump was installed. The pan was resealed with a Fel-Pro one piece gasket. The timing chain had some slack in it so it was replaced along with new timing gears on the crankshaft and camshaft. A new timing cover was installed with a new front seal to replace the original timing cover which had a hole in it. The original harmonic balancer was cleaned up and reinstalled along with the original crankshaft pulley. A new water pump was installed with a new bypass hose to the intake manifold. The thermostat housing was replaced along with a new 185 thermostat and Fel-Pro gasket. A new tensioner was installed because the old one was nasty to say the least. The original broken EVAP canister, damaged by the front driver side tire, has been removed and replaced with a new relocated canister. A new power steering pump was installed.
The motor also has an MSD external coil and K&N intake and air filter.
Muffler was a Flowmaster 40 series cutoff before rear axle, but muffler has now been removed. Exhaust setup from muffler to engine is stock with brand new catalytic converter.
Special Thanks: Thanks to my great friend and mechanic Joel Gonzalez for all of his hard work and dedication to Project ZJ. Thanks to Mario for selling me my first Jeep. Thanks to Nate and Mitchell for the awesome compressor mount. Thanks to Mark and Mike at All Muffler Service for their work on my exhaust and also for removing the stock lower control arm mounts in the front. Thanks to Rob at Les Schwab for all of the great advice and for doing my initial alignment. Thanks to Redline Tire for doing my final alignment and mounting and balancing my new tires. Thanks to all my loyal YouTube subscribers for their continued support and comments!!!
The cryogenic solenoid valves in the manifold assembly shown in this video are single direction valves. The test in this video shows how the valves react when there is a higher pressure on the output side of the valve than on the input side. Oxygen gas is connected to the output of Port 4. The pressure starts at zero and then is raised. At 40 psi, there is a slight backflow as a bubble starts to form in the water. At 80 psi, there is significant backflow.
This shows that from a schematic standpoint, the solenoid acts as check valve when pressure is reversed. As a check valve, it has a “crack pressure” of 40 psi, whereas good check valves have lower crack pressures, normally under 5 psi.
This backflow feature of the solenoid valve can be useful in some designs and undesirable in others. It can be useful in designs where you want to limit the maximum pressure on the output side of the system. As shown in the video, that limit would be approximately 80 psi above the input side pressure. (This of course is limited to the flow rate required by the system for safe operation.)
In cases where the backflow is undesirable, discrete check valves should be put into the system. Hastings’ Chariots can integrate that feature into the valves or manifold per customer requirements.
For additional information on cryogenic systems or components, contact Hastings’ Chariots at (702)677-2149. The company can provide valves, hoses and systems for cryogenic applications including, liquid natural gas (LNG), liquid nitrogen (LN2), liquid oxygen (LOX, LO2), liquid carbon dioxide (LCD).
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