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Did you paint this with Behr?My truck Is now all painted except for the bumpers grill, and brush guard. I had been planning on giving it a second coat today but the weather forecast changed and now its suppose to rain tomorrow. I really hope that the rain is not going to mess up the paint, I put on it yesterday.
After my panic stop last month my brakes have been squeaking. I pulled the wheels off and the pads were pretty thin so I added it to the to-do list. The squeaking has gotten worse though so I decided to just swap out the pads. Looked at the NAPA ones but ended up ordering some Wagner QC52 pads from Rock Auto because their prices were so much better. Ordered on Monday and will be here Thursday.Changed the brake pads on the 1028. Wonder if they were original (got it with 19k)? Getting that shim pin and flat spring back in is definitely a two person job to hold the caliper up while beating on it. Didn't take too long though. Went with Napa Ultra Premium Severe Duty Product Number: UP UP7081ASD. Pricey, but hopefully they will improve the braking coming down steep mountain passes. Up next is solargizer, install headlight relays, which I have, and then rebuild Gen 1 and fix the leaky IP.
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