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  1. Hmm... I see there is a picture problem pop up again. My previous post had any issue with PNG photo. Here is M73M compared to CF for performance. Now lets pick it apart. GRADE - you can clearly see CF is way slower and graded poorly. PERFORMANCE SCORE - Again CF is much slower. and graded accordingly. I've got a smaller server for sure but my structure like loading Java Scripts and other information quicker than CF. LARGEST CONTENT PAINT - I've manage to cut it back to mere milliseconds 800-900ms to paint most of the screen. Even with Google ads I'm still faster by another 1.7 seconds. Requirement is 1.2 seconds or less. BLOCKING TIME - Java script are proned to blocking the page from being painted. Now using the Google Pagespeed module this module moves all the Java script till the end then there is nothing to block the page from being rendered. 44ms for M73M vs 614ms for CF. I'm 570ms faster. Requirement is less than 300ms. CUMULATIVE LAYOUT SHIFT - This is counting how much the page layout moves during painting of the screen. You need less than 0.1 to be a good grade. M73M is just 0.7 and then CF is shifting too much at 0.13 which is a 0.6 gain for M73M. Now as I read on Google now the faster your score comparing to other sites the faster site will be given priority in search listing. I'm already ahead of CF with a lot of searches. Just take a peek the PDF I uploaded is the searches people do and the far right number is rank on the page. I'm showing my first 500 queries of 1,000 queries. You'll see after 500 different queries we are barely 4th place on the first page of any search on Google. Go ahead and look at the list and type in any query you see in the list exactly like you see it. Now it will return with the search and it should be right where the rank number put it. Fractional placement like 1.5 could land either 1st place or 2nd place depending on other site scores. Check it out! screencapture-search-google-search-console-performance-search-analytics-2021-07-23-08_26_56.pdf Yup, I built a hotrod server... Now how long can I hold first place...? Just to show the server load. I've got 8 CPUs to work with. So 100% server load would be 8.00... Load Average: 1 Minute 0.16, 5 Minute 0.16 and 15 minutes 0.16... We are hosting up to 2,200 people per day. About 45,000 people per month. Slower summer time traffic... Not bad close to typical.
  2. All round me... INCIweb... McCall ID at the city park. New Meadows Valley looking north towards home at Pollock Mountain. Look close on the left side of the highway it barely an outline... Climate change just get the fires put out and the smoke and CO2 levels would drop here quickly. But we all know these fires will burn till end of season around September. Sure not diesel trucks causing global warming.
  3. I don't think so. When the ASD failed on mine is was NOT charging at all but the was a ASD relay code as well. After swapping it started charging again. Your and mine failed the same way the armature shorted out. The created a ton of heat with the short and then in my case it ate the PCM with a massive hole through the PCM. My alternator was about 400*F when I pulled it out.
  4. What about my 2006 Dodge. Its low mileage (232k) like yours and the previous owner abused it. How do you eat an entire clutch in under 30k miles? Thor gets worked pretty good daily. Hauling my tools to the job site every day and travelling 100 miles per day at least. It tips the scale close to 10,000 pound with the steel flat bed and the two toolbox loaded with tools. Currently the only problem is the wastegate solenoid is throwing a code so my boost is limited to 20 PSI and EGT's sore past 1,450*F easy. I've gotta climb a 7% grade every day. Also sporting 26k towing tags on Thor and Beast. Beast on the other hand has been worked hard for the last five years tending to @MoparMom. Just that time I managed to rack up another 250k miles on the odometer now crossing 432k miles. Currently Beast has had a vacation parked in the yard. I've got a few repairs to do for that truck and then its going to be weekend warrior truck for pulling the RV. Another thing @Wet Vette and I talked about is no longer trying to cram the shopping all in one day. Just too hard when you wait 2 weeks and got many stops. So we are going to haul the RV down and the we can just stay in it shop for a couple of days then haul it all home in the RV. Between my hips and lower back and Eileen's shoulder and hip giving her problems. Now the truck that is really sad is Lil Red the 1996 Dodge its not been started in over 2 months and soon I want to get it ready for sale. I need a friend to look it over and help me out with a bit of paint and touch up the hood and the roof. Sell the truck. Now Lil Red was a good truck for many years has giving me little problems. Nothing major. 188k miles on this on but I'll admit my fuel logs show it getting between 14 to 16 MPG. 5.9L Magnum V8 engine and a Dynamic modified transmission.
  5. For sure it was the ASD relay for the charging issue. I just hauled my RV out to Smokey Boulder and grabbed a camping spot last night near where I'll be cutting wood. The whole trip out with the truck no issues charging. Just weird that PCM controls the ASD and it controls the Alternator.
  6. Mechanics privilege... Your truck was a pleasure to drive. @IBMobile Very true. I use 1,200F as a safety net for long pulls. But passing 1,200F for a short times say a few second to pass another vehicle no problem. Even my 2002 I've gone past 1,400F a few times making passes. No issue. I just watch coolant temp and engine oil temp. Typically the 2002 is a bit lower than most for oil temps. As for the 2006 that truck does pass the 1,400F rather easy if the check engine light is on. Even when everything is working there is more wiggle room for EGT's. Just going to have to pony up for a new wastegate solenoid.
  7. An update... Show off the progress... Mobile Experience as so graded by Google! Look close you can see the old highs and lows of the starting to grab on. Then jumped up to 95.5% now.
  8. Now how about the performance for the lights? Photos needed...
  9. Yup. I cant remember exactly I think DPF and Urea was in 2012? (IIRC). My 06 is without EGR and all the emission stuff. It does have a in cylinder EGR event where the exhuast lobe is a shorten.
  10. Still much more room in the back seat area than any 2nd gen. I grab a photo of Thor when the sun comes up more. Heck this morning there is 10 gallons of 15w-40 in the back seat.
  11. I know down south you guys get lots and lots of bugs with swamps and more humid. There is times when we get big waves of bugs. I've tried the screens but always metal screens. The hold up the best. The second part is don't attach the screen to the coolers but to the grill. Now the bug are easy to hose off the grill and not risk damage to the coolers. Biggest impact that I took in the grill was a Grouse. I think the metal screen prevent the bid from getting through the plastic.
  12. Very odd design on the engine. Would of been better with 4BT Cummins.
  13. Hmmm... maybe that's why The Beast is straight piped 4 inch. Then Thor I'll be looking for a good 4 inch exhaust with muffler. I've gotta put a muzzle on this one. Mainly where I work I've gotta be quiet.
  14. I'm now in the 3rd Gen family. I've got an 2006 Dodge 3500. A bit nicer truck but they are more expensive to repair. if doing any 3rd gen up make sure to find out how many miles on the injectors. 100k to 150k they are done. If OE are still in the truck you have roughly 2,500 for a set of stock injectors. I just sent the injector cores back on 2015 Ram I just done the swap that had 188k and plugging up the DPF.
  15. Looking towards home in the background is Pollock mountain. The smoke is so thick that you can barely see the mountain.
  16. I just power wash the bugs off no screen used. Be aware any metal screen can eat the cooler and tubing.
  17. Boeing 747 in flight burns ~5 GALLONS of JET A FUEL in ONE MILE (5280 feet is a mile). Again just remember even diesel vehicles don't even burn that much fuel that fast. Just simple math here if your traveling 20 miles for a gallon of diesel and the flying a Boeing 747 is going to burn 100 gallons in 20 miles. that is 100 times more fuel being burnt compared to the diesel truck this means there is 100 times more CO2 and CO. So how is all the gasoline and diesel vehicles responsible for global warming? Now think about all the planes (private jets, passenger planes, Amazon, UPS, USPS, fire operations, etc.) In Idaho right now there is a full on shortage of JET A fuel now. With all the planes and helicopters flying for fire efforts they are burning up all the fuel here locally. Which I've been seeing this info of the local news. As for me seeing $4.00 plus now for fuel. If you find me on the highway you WILL NOT find me doing speed limit any longer. I'll get up earlier and get going early and get to work on time but reduce the fuel consumption. Been here before and no problem I know how to pull 27.2 MPG with "The Beast". Been there and done that...
  18. https://www.amazon.com/Suburban-Gas-Control-161111-Manufacturing/dp/B00BFUBJEK/
  19. Ummm... You wonder why we have GLOBAL WARMING. The CO2, smoke, particulate matter is making all the way to you now so did the Gov't forget that WILDFIRES create CARBON DIOXIDE and CARBON MONOXIDE. The gov't is going to charge us for carbon taxes. How about we all start charging the Federal Government Carbon Taxes for all the wildfires burning every day. Then charge the federal government for all the jets travel. Now that would be fair point the finger at the real problem. Let's start with a look at the most famous of jets, the Boeing 747. The Boeing website states that this model, with a gas tank capacity of 63,500 gallons, may burn five gallons of jet fuel per mile of flight.
  20. In my medication-set. I've got multi-vitamins, Vitamin D, Fish Oil, and even an Aspirin. The last time I was down with even the simple cold was nearly 4 years ago. Don't get me wrong I get up in the morning sneeze several time, drippy nose etc. till a allergy pill in me. No biggy. I even take a hawthorne berry 520mg for blood pressure. 90% of the time I'm working outside in the sun so I get plenty of vitamin D. Since I get up at 5:30am to roll to work most days I don't get much for breakfast (not really hungry) but by the time I get back home I typically do eat a good meal. Soon as the weather cools the times will get later in the morning which is fine too. The biggy for me is shutting down early enough for rest. I'm going to say sorry to some that have been trying to call me after 5pm. My cellphone is set up for DO NOT DISTURB. From 5pm on to 6am the next morning. I hated to do this but I need to get rest and down time too. Like last night a close friend called up about the Chevy project and wanted my thoughts. Fine but I didn't get back till 9pm that night. Take it from me you need good quality rest no matter what to help with stress and keeping your energy up to fight off illness.
  21. As for the charging system I've made a short down the road to a neighbors place and jump started there Honda Van and brought the van to the house. Then walked back and got the truck no problem charging at 13.9 volts this morning. As for warning labels... Just the last few I remember... Social media bringing out the stupid people. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consumption_of_Tide_Pods https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinnamon_challenge just Google it there is plenty of "stupid sheeple"...
  22. I know the difference between the sharp end of a knife or chainsaw. I say remove all warning labels and let natural selection to kick in and deal with foolish ones.
  23. The best I can say in the ASD relay either had bad contacts inside or the plug in the PDC was a bit corroded from moisture and standing a while. I'm going to be working on getting the pine pitch of the windshield and waxing the paint up. Gotta make it shine again and look good. Finally got my wish a good 2006 Dodge for a work truck and then retire the 2002 to the weekend warrior hauling trailers (wood haul, RV or both!) Just talking to another buddy about getting firewood this weekend I might get super smart and haul the RV up the mountain near the spot and just camp out while wood hauling. Be right in the area then then just truck the pile home back and forth. Be able to get up early and start cutting quicker in the cool of the morning.
  24. Waiting awhile... My buddy is doing this with an extra funds he has. So like we are waiting for exhaust headers, carburetor, electric water pump, electric fans for the aluminum radiator. Still got to have a driveshaft made for this truck. But we've been working on it after work in the evenings.
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