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    Hey guys,

    So today I finally fired up my m35a2 and toke her for a drive and she blows white smoke. The truck has been sitting since May. Been redoing all the axle (brakes, seals & bearings) and putting in arb air locker in all of them. The motor ran for a go Hour today, It ran great no lose in power added clean new fuel to it today. Just blows white smoke. Any idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoMe08721 View Post
    What’s the temp outside?
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    it was 56 Degrees Fahrenheit today not cold

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    Any chance it's rainwater boiling off in the exhaust pipe?

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    I always cover my trucks exhaust with 3D Printed Caps I made to keep out the water in them. Also the caps work great at keeping out any thing in the exhaust and there pretty tight on the pipe. Some time I for get to remove them before I start the motor and they take off like a rocket to the moon.

    3D Printed Cap 1.jpg3D Printed Cap 2.jpg

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    That's normal for a truck that has set and idled for awhile. Take it out and run it hard. The rings need to reseat a bit.

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    ...and if that doesn't work, check your engine oil for coolant and vice versa.
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