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I have a 2004 Astro AWD with all season tires. It's not practical for me to buy snow tires because I won't be spending a lot of time in the snow and another set of tires and rims are more $$ than I have. I'd like to hear from people who have experience with using tire chains on Astro/Safaris. What b...
- Thu Sep 20, 2012 1:00 am
- Forum: REAR AXLE / DRIVE SHAFT
- Topic: Richmond Gear's Powertrax
- Replies: 4
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Has anyone on the board added the Richmond Gear Powertrax unit to their open differential? How do you like it? How does it compare to the Eaton G80? I'm looking for more traction for the least bucks. I won't be driving it hard but I do want max traction in mud and snow. My vehicle is a 2004 Astro AW...
- Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:00 am
- Forum: INTERIOR
- Topic: Camper interior and interior pannels......
- Replies: 3
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I have an 84 Westy and I am planning to use as much of the camper interior as possible in my 2004 passenger Astro. I agree with you that the side panels have to come out to make room for the "Z" bed and the cabinets. I'm a pretty good carpenter and cabinet maker. What I think I want to do, is to use...
I need to drop the headliner in my 2004 Astro Passenger so I can drill some holes to mount some homemade rack bosses. I don't have the overhead console and I just want to get the headliner down and up without breaking anything. Just dropping the outer 1 foot on each side would suffice. If you have s...
My 2004 Astro has corroded spots on some otherwise nice looking aluminum rims. ASTRO 017.jpg The rims are coated with some kind of clear coat that has broken loose and flaked off on the corroded spots. Has anyone had any luck polishing out the corroded spots and renewing the clear coat? Thanks, John