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  1. Hello Gents....First poster here, Tyler suggested I come over from the Cummins Forum and take a peek. Looks like there are some pretty fart smellers....I mean smart fellers, in the room so I am just going to keep on reading and try to learn from someone else's mistakes. Great thread Tyler, keep up the good work and awesome pics...
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  2. I'm so jealous man! If I could do this I totally would! Keep up the good work, and appreciate the updates!
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  3. I carry a slide in camper that weights in close to 4k. Traveled to Florida and to upper Michigan on two different trips using the gen 2 truck. Trip to Florida I had mileage from a low of 9.8 (coming back through Texas up to Kansas with a stiff headwind all the way) to a high of 15.3. Sometimes I pull a boat (double axle trailer) with the camper on but it doesn't seem to cost me any noticeable mpg's when I have the camper on. The drag comes from the barn door effect I'm pushing down the road. I usually drive 60 to 62 mph except when pulling a hill I keep my boost to 10-12lbs or less so spe
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  4. Typically I run the engine for short spans of time to flush the steering gear box and the hydro boost out of old fluid. But I normally pull the line from the back of the power steering pump and cap the pump nipple to keep fluid in the pump. Then route the return line to a waste bucket. Fire up the engine. Then while it running I bump the steering wheel left to right to open the power valve. This only takes a few seconds to pump out. So shut down will happen rather fast. Then reload and tab the brakes on the next run this flushes the hydro boost out. The I hook back up the return line and re-fi
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  5. Make sure the One's from cummins is the double lip seals. this Guy was the one to address this issue with vacuum pumps on the 2nd GEN's. He used to run Dodge CUMMINS DRW Hauling cars coast to coast. Very interesting Gentlemen to talk to and Has a vast knowledge of these trucks. He told me that Cummins came to him after hearing of this seal he was having made to solve his issues, and now they are offering the same seal but you have to ask for it cause some cummins shops may steal have older stock here is the Link to his site http://www.fixinrams.com P/S he was offering the sea
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  6. thats some purdy stuff there!
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  7. Very nice!! Is the ceramic coating from Cummins or the machine shop? The QSB HPCR pistons are not coated and don't have that ring arrangement. What HP motor are those from?
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  8. Installed a new Goerend/ Dynotec Transmission with triple disk T/C last February as some of you may have noticed in my sig. It works Great except I've noticed that it shifts into 4th gear Hard. So i figured it was probably just settling in where it was new and may just need adjustment later on and i had gotten busy with business and other things so i just kinda put it off till later and see if it got better, i was running highway when i did drive it so no big deal, well lately I've been riding it around local and its become a PITA. So i Called Ken at DYNOTEC and asked him about it and
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  9. Like mine are the same way and clean them up with Scotchbrite pads being its only plastic your not going to cut into the metal. Just make sure to rinse off the debris before installing.
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  10. Went up to a UKC/HRC retriever test up in Horicon, WI yesterday. Twas running 2 dogs: 1 in "started" and the other in "finished". Started is the "basic" test and 4 passes are required for a title. Finished is the "big dog" test and when accruing the passes at started, seasoned and then at finished............or accruing the points required if you skipped the prior, your dog earns the champion title. My little 3.5 legged chocolate lab female dog passed her 4th test at started to earn her STARTED HUNTING RETRIEVER title. My other chocolate lab passed her 4th finished level test to e
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  11. Soon you'll look back and you'll be a grandpa. It goes fast! Congratulations! Just work on staying married! That's the hard part.
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  12. Sea Foam DEEP CREEP works pretty good on Carbon build up and on corrosion to
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  13. I did mine a couple months ago, it was overfilling due to bad seals, I replaced PS pump and did vac seals while I was at it, No more over running out the cap. As for flushing I disconnected line at the hydro boost because it was easy to get to, started truck and had my son go back and forth with steering wheel while I dumped new PS fluid until it came out clean. It cost me two to three quarts of fluid but it was easy and effective
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