I got a spin-on oil filter adapter kit for my truck and it is a lot less messy to deal with when changing out. I highly recommend one.I have changed my engine oil which by the way is a real pain in the ars if theist person tilted the oil filter housing so that the drain is right over top of the oil cooler hoses which then sends oil everywhere or you have to empty it with a poweraid bottle took three of those, installing the new wasn't bad made sure I turned the drain just enough to miss the hoses for the future, drained and flushed my cooling system as well as I could couldn't figure out what plug on the block so it just had the radiator drained which holds the majority of fluid anyway filled that back up with Zerex for cumm with the additive already in it 13 bucks a gallon at the parts store, gonna. Heck the brake fluid level and the rear end levels then hopefully head up Rausche creek after work today
I got started on a rear axle seal replacement and bearing pack. Actually the process is just as easy as any other vehicle I have done. Things are just a little heavier! I am going to price out the correct hub nut sockets, and if they are too expensive, I am going to make my own on my plasma table....
Thanks for the pic of the flipped HEMTT's in the back. it's heartening to see that that doesn't look strange (as was my worry). I will be doing that to my truck, as soon as I unload the 3 remaining tons of dirt it's carrying.Hemtt wheels w/ 395's MV/T
Air Ride seat
Grover Emergency Horn
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