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    Quote Originally Posted by benhasajeep View Post
    Nope just the stock canister filters. We are having a problem though. Been searching all morning. Oil pressure is 90psi now. Right filters, right oil. And gauge was working just fine prior to the change.
    Not familiar with the deuce canisters, just farm and heavy equipment. Are they caped on the end like some, is it possible to instal them upside down? Just a though, but I dont think you could get the housing back together on the closed end ones Im thinking of upside down though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benhasajeep View Post
    Unfortunately, I was away when the truck was dropped off. She claimed it as HERS! She want's to drive it, which she does. She needs to know how to maintain it.
    Is there a reason why you don't have 2 deuces?
    Not so much a signature as a cry for help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benhasajeep View Post
    Nope just the stock canister filters. We are having a problem though. Been searching all morning. Oil pressure is 90psi now. Right filters, right oil. And gauge was working just fine prior to the change.
    You might have a stuck regulating valve. The stock oil pump will put out 120 PSI at start-up. Then the regulating valve drops it back down to around 30 to 40 PSI . I have two sets of gauges. One reads the true oil pump pressure and the second the regulated pressure. At start-up on cold days the pressure can max my gauge out ! So if this problems persists then you might need to remove and clean the regulator. It is located under the turbo on the engine block.

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    Hi Rustystud, Ans is it possible to capture your dual guage setup on camera? WHATADEUCE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad1 View Post
    looks nice so is she getting rear fenders?

    Oh indeed it will get fenders, new ones are crazy expensive so I will be hammering out a set of big rig semi truck fenders I have lying around that are kind of rough at the moment, and hide them with green or black paint .
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatadeuce View Post
    Hi Rustystud, Ans is it possible to capture your dual guage setup on camera? WHATADEUCE
    You mean to "capture" a shot of the gauges in use ? Or just a picture of my dash ?

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    Yes, Rusty, I hope you can photo the two different guages you refer too, as I might want to implement your idea on my rig too. REmember what General patton said: You can tell a mans worth by the wrecker he drives..
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    Wasn't it Patton who said:
    “I would rather have a German division in front of me than a French one behind me.”

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    Gerald Ford (14 July 1913 26 December 2006) , the 38th President of the United States.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 59apache View Post
    Wasn't it Patton who said:
    “I would rather have a German division in front of me than a French one behind me.”
    Yes I believe he did say that ! I would too if it come to that.

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    OK, here's the pictures of the oil gauges, and some others.


    Deuce Oil gauges and Dash 001.jpgDeuce Oil gauges and Dash 002.jpgDeuce Oil gauges and Dash 004.jpgDeuce Oil gauges and Dash 006.jpgDeuce Oil gauges and Dash 019.jpgDeuce Oil gauges and Dash 013.jpg

    Picture one shows the oil gauges. The top is "main oil pump" pressure, and the bottom gauge shows "regulated" oil pressure.
    Picture two is a close up of the main oil pressure gauge.
    Picture three is a close up of the regulated oil pressure gauge.
    Picture four is another picture of both gauges. Hopefully a better one.
    Picture five shows the whole gauge cluster which is also showing the engine RPM at 800 rpm's.
    Picture six is showing my 24 volt and 12 volt gauges, just for grins and giggles !

    Deuce Oil gauges and Dash 020.jpg Now this picture shows my brake pressure gauge off to the upper right. It goes to 2000 PSI.

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