1994 and earlier only had rear wheel abs so those should work. I think 95 and up did have sensors in the front.
Colby’s ‘94 Suburban has abs. Difference was an external reluctor wheel that went internal on subsequent models, but it will accept the subsequent models.I wish I'd known that when I ordered parts! I'm sure a front bearing without a abs sensor is a lot cheaper. Couldn't find one without for the 2500HD.
It's a nice idea, but. While performing the reaming work the first time around, I had a ream bind and break.Have yet to do the conversion, but agree that reaming for the ES409 is the better route to go
With regards to the reamers, I like the idea Will mentioned in another thread of basically renting/ selling specialty parts like the reamers to other folks needing them for one time use, then passing along to the next fellow who may need them.
I know it would be just more to manage, but it would be cool to have a "rental" kind of section where folks could share/ swap these specific tools. For example I have the set of IP wrenches sitting here collecting dust until my future DB2 conversion. If someone was willing to pay shipping both ways I'd be happy to send out the wrenches to someone wanting the proper tools for loosening and tightening the pump. So long as I get my tools back in a timely fashion and in good condition, I'm happy to share and help out. Just my .02
Exactly what I did this last time, but that was just the tie rod connection on the knuckle. First time I was using a corded 90 degree angle drill on the ball joints of the knuckles.might try the reamer on a cordless drill where you can set the break-over resistance. when it binds the drill just starts clicking. but go slow speed on it I would think.
Yeah I was thinking the tight clearances might no allow a full size drill in the knuckle. I think I have seen 90 degree drill adapters at harbor freight.Exactly what I did this last time, but that was just the tie rod connection on the knuckle. First time I was using a corded 90 degree angle drill on the ball joints of the knuckles.
Dummy, they’re designed by men!Yeah I was thinking the tight clearances might no allow a full size drill in the knuckle. I think I have seen 90 degree drill adapters at harbor freight.
EDIT: be nice it they made reemers with a shaft on both ends where you can catch the drill on the outside of the knuckle.