hiive just bought an 1985 isuzu camper goes ok on highway but bit gutless on hills what do i need to get done at approx what costs?cheerz greg
nothing at all
Good morning,In order to help you I need you to give me more info on your camper like what size engine do you have?is it turbo charged?How big is your rig? I have a 30' ford class c with a ten cylinder engine non turbo but boy does it suck the gas I get 7 mpg I hope yours is better.Back to you,next what is your top speed?Do you have any dash gauges that show turbo boost pressure?Fuel pressure? air filter restriction and what are there readings?If you know what size gear is in rear end?If you don't know just say that, I can still help just not be as specific so whatever you can think off let me know and if you could send a picture that would be great at least give me modal# XXXXX I can look it up.One more thing wait to rate until we are done talking, once I answer to your satisfaction then rate so you won't have to pay twice.
dont know size gear-no gauges
Ok you have to give me a little time to look up I am in usa and don't remember conversion rate for metric [school was a long time ago for me] so do me a favor if I don't get back to you within a hour just reply back to me and it will send me a reminder thanks spanky
I"M back I need modal# XXXXX name off the journey camper?
Thank you b rite back
I found a site and tried to join but it was for new Zealand only so I even lied and said I was from there and was waiting for log on code but it never came.Your cheapest option would be to change the ring and pinion gear in the rear end.In the us it would cost about 6-700.dollars that is for parts and labor I don't know what currency you use or how to figure that out.I asked you what size rear end you have and you don't know,there are two ways to get that info, on your pinion shaft behind rear u-joint are two #s one is for the amount off teeth on pinion gear and one is for teeth on ring gear.If you can read the #s you would divide the two #s and that will give you the size off your gear set.the other way is to jack up one rear wheel put a mark on your wheel on top then put a mark on your drive shaft turn wheel one revolution and count how many times the drive shaft turns then divide them to numbers and that will tell you what your rear end ratio you have if you have any follow-up questions just reply to expert and I would be more than happy to help you have a great Fourth of July Spankyone more thing if you have say a 500 gear set then you would want to go down in size if you give me this information I can tell you what size to go with that way you won't lose too much top speed because changing the rear end if you lower the gear you will lose some top end speed.
I worked on all types of equipment semis,forklifts,farm,ect.
thanx a lot spanky 4 a GREAT SERVICE. from a kiwi downuder