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Hopefully, by next weekend I will have. My air lockers are taking extra time because the installer found a problem, contacted ARB and they are picking up the tab for warranty work. And it put the installer way behind - I think he spent an entire day on just one. Installer is just working on the diffs, I got another shop that'll put them on the truck.Have you ever driven a vehicle with a spool, or selectable locker in the front?
Probably easier to deal with during shimming process too! Fastenal?Hey fpchief, that power take off looks realy good. when I put one of mine back in, I used nuts that included a locking feature cast into the nut, rather than using a separate lock washer. I found it easier to work with
This video is set as PRIVATE.... We cannot access it like that.G'day everyone,....
Here is the same hill but going UP.
Sorry about the bad video but the camera guy who had my camera let my camera hang from his wrist while he took pictures with his DSLR. (you can hear his shutter)
It was the first time I had it in 6x6 on that property.
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Down one brand new battery, likely bad starter, added to some other small Deuce issues (needs windshields, new oil cooler cover, new super-rope and lots of paint) and some big potential expenses on the horizon (1 senior and 1 softmore in highschool) have me contemplating the unthinkable: selling
Talk me down from the ledge someone!
Try a coolant filter. System may be just dirty.I swapped the old F-150 bench seat that was in the deuce when I got it for a set of leather bucket seats from a mitsubishi galant, I wanted leather seats from a hyundai tiburon but all the ones at the yard were torn.
Hardest part was when they put the F-150 seat in they must have not had any normal 3/8-24 bolts so they used some security torx head bolts and since I dont have a security T45 I tried to chisel out the pin in the center that didn't work
so I had to grind all the head off then turn the rest of the bolt out with vicegrips. Then I had to grind all the bottom brackets off the new seats and lower the brackets they made for the F150 seat 3" but I like how they turned out.
So start checking the truck I had to move my milling machine soon so I looking at my coolant and it goes from green to orange-ish as it heats up, I dont see any oil and it goes back to green after is sits for a hour or so, oil should float to the top right? (the levels is because my driveway is a hill) now I'm worried I have a blow headgasket since I have some oil weeping at the head on cylinder 1 and everything was going so good....
Atleast I got some sauerkraut the other day....
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