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    New M1009 - Few Questions

    Thank you sir!!
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    New M1009 - Few Questions

    Would you post a part# for the Borg Wagner solenoid and where you ordered from?
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    Here are the M1008 spring bushing numbers!

    I just replaced front and rear spring bushings, and I am listing the correct poly bushing numbers. The correct Energy Suspension kit for the front spring bushings is 3.2105 This kit will do both sides of the front suspension. The rear suspension has three different size bushings per rear spring...
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    Rear Energy Suspension bushing # ?

    Yes changing all the bushings. Ordered the last one on Amazon yesterday. Energy Suspension 3.2117G. Thanks,
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    Rear Energy Suspension bushing # ?

    I re-measured and I checked the manual. The rear shackle bushings take the same bushings. So it is either 1"1/2 or 1"3/8. CUCVRUS remembers them to be 1"3/8. I Think he is right. He has changed allot of them and my second measurement seems to confirm this. Any one else have any other thoughts...
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    Rear Energy Suspension bushing # ?

    Thanks, I have checked the measurements the best I can. I thought the front rear spring was 1"3/4 the rear spring 1"1/2 and the bottom shackle 1"3/8, I must be wrong because I can't find the kit with these measurements. My measurements might be off. I will try again.
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    Rear Energy Suspension bushing # ?

    Does anyone know the correct Energy Suspension rear polyurethane bushing number replacement kit for a M1008?
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    problems with removing front body mount on my M1008

    I looked at what you guys said this morning and spotted the through bolts with a flashlight. Thank you for your help. I will remove the grill and get on with it.
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    problems with removing front body mount on my M1008

    Thanks for the replies. I will look at it again later today. The mounts do not look terrible but are old and the metal is not rusty.
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    problems with removing front body mount on my M1008

    I removed the bolts on the two rear and the two middle body mounts on my M1008 but the two on the front have a threaded rod with a nut on it that just spins when I try to remove it. What is the procedure for the front mounts? I am replacing the front and rear shackle bushings with Energy...
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    M1008 stock height

    Top of hub to front fender 20 3/8" with stock tires. Rear top of axle to fender 21 1/2"
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    Vacuum pump issues

    Thanks for the help. I didn't know that the vacuum pump readings fluctuates. I feel some relief. I know the pumps are getting scarce so I thought I should grab one for insurance.
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    Vacuum pump issues

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    Vacuum pump issues

    My concern is that it fluctuates rapidly between 18 and 14 and I was wanting to know if this was normal or a symptom of the vacuum pod getting weak. Thanks
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    Vacuum pump issues

    I checked the vacuum on the pump at the 3/8" fitting and it holds at a steady 26. At the small line going from the pump to the vacuum switch it flucuates rapidly from 18-14. Coming out of the vacuum modulator to the tranny is a steady 11. The truck is a 1986 M1008 shifts at 15 and 35. Any help...
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    NOS 6.2 cylinder heads

    Just found out shipping to Ca. $198.50. $ 994.58 total for two heads shipped to Ca. Not bad.
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    NOS 6.2 cylinder heads

    Thank you for your clarification on the heads. I was trying to visualize flipping them around and I thought the cover plates would be wrong but all that needs to be done is flipping them around. Thank you for your help and explaining this to me.
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    NOS 6.2 cylinder heads

    After putting more thought into these heads and looking at the parts manual I believe these heads are right side only?
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    NOS 6.2 cylinder heads

    Agree. I needed confirmation. Thanks. When I get ready to install I am following your advise on installation from other posts to the T. I appreciate the good advice you give cucvrus.
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