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    Quote Originally Posted by DWiggles View Post
    The box comes with the ports already capped out of the packaging. Just leave them capped, install the steering box and hook up the feed/return lines from the steering pump. EaZZZZy.
    That’s what I thought but just wanted to clarify. Thanks. Can’t wait to feel the difference. I know my stock box isn’t long for this world after being abused


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mybadjk View Post
    So a question for ones with the big bore. What fluid do you guys use? Swepco? Has anyone used royal purple?
    This is dependent on what pump you are running, not the box.
    If it's the stock pump, you need to use ATF. If it's the PSC pump, either Swepco or Power Steering fluid but not ATF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWiggles View Post
    The box comes with the ports already capped out of the packaging. Just leave them capped, install the steering box and hook up the feed/return lines from the steering pump. EaZZZZy.
    I thought you could do this. Wasn’t sure, so I ordered the normal one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKDream View Post
    This is dependent on what pump you are running, not the box.
    If it's the stock pump, you need to use ATF. If it's the PSC pump, either Swepco or Power Steering fluid but not ATF.
    Thanks thought it was dependent on the pump. Thought the atf has abrasives in it and wears out the o rings. Planning on using risky purple


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    Last time I checked into this Royal purple used to be the standard for PSC. I guess they switched to Swepco because it has good anti foaming characteristics. I really don't think you could go wrong with either. Luckily for me I have a summit racing nearby that I can get Swepco at so that is what I run.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKDream View Post
    This is dependent on what pump you are running, not the box.
    If it's the stock pump, you need to use ATF. If it's the PSC pump, either Swepco or Power Steering fluid but not ATF.
    When talking with the Techs at PSC, they only recommend swepco and not ATF even in a stock pump. Make sure you run the flush first. There is something about ATF and the compressibility. Just what I was told by them, I’m not sure if the science behind it. But mine has been rock solid for almost a year now. We just put it thru it’s paces on Drummond and it preformed perfectly.


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    Psc Big bore

    How much fluid did you guys use for the ones that ran just the box?


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    Last edited by Mybadjk; 08-06-2018 at 02:20 AM.

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    I just added my new PSC ran and XD box to my 2015 JKU. My setup is about the same as DWiggles post. So far I love it. I do not have any problems when I'm on the freeway. It's a win win for me.

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    Anyone running one with 40's without a ram in the rocks....Rubicon type trails?

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    I have the XDII box with upgraded lines on Rubi 44’s and 37s. I did not do their pump or the rest of their “overland kit”. Currently using regular ATF. Happy with the setup and no issues up to this point. It was stiffer to start but put it in last summer and it’s loosened up a bit. I would do it again for sure.


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