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  1. cucvrus

    Reviving a parked M1009

    http://davidsonsalesshop.com/templates/product_ProductBasic.aspx?ProductGuid=332-902&GroupGuid=41 Don't look like $120. to me.
  2. cucvrus

    Reviving a parked M1009

    Check/measure the length of the dipstick. Also keep the light and add the oil pressure gauge. Use a brass T at the sending unit. I will be going out for pictures of some other parts shortly and post them. Good Luck. Glad you have the lights working. Replace that dimmer switch as a safety to...
  3. cucvrus

    Reviving a parked M1009

    Personally I would shop vac the fluid from that master cylinder and replace the entire master cylinder, calipers and wheel cylinders. While I was at it I would change the rear axle seals and repack the front wheel bearings and spindle bearings. Do it right. It will cost less than $200. for all...
  4. cucvrus

    Reviving a parked M1009

    Do make sure you have the lower support bracket from the pump to the block. It will break the bracket eventually if all the brackets are not in place. Like I mentioned. Many of these parts are getting harder to find. The PS bracket was a $12. item back in the day. But like many other things on...
  5. cucvrus

    Reviving a parked M1009

    May I suggest getting the power steering pump belt tight in the same way. Do it first and then size your Generator 1 belt after that one is good and tight. Do NOT pry on the pump reservoir. Use the shaft or the bottom adjusting slot bracket area as a pry point. Poor design. Could have added a...
  6. cucvrus

    Reviving a parked M1009

    My best luck on the V belts is to drive the truck to the parts store with the old squeaky/squealing belts and walk in and out with belts that fit as tight as possible when the alternators are in a fully collapsed position. I even go as far as turn the alternator with a wrench to get the belts...
  7. cucvrus

    Reviving a parked M1009

    Where is BORN1619? That is my first question.
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