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BBHD

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BBHD last won the day on June 6 2017

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  1. I believe @dripley is right. It looks like the vacuum supply to the transfer case.
  2. Here's the one I have. No complaints here.
  3. I think it is too. I recently went through a similar situation on a 99' Durango where the pedal would bleed down. On the ABS unit you should have a couple plastic vent caps, pop them off with a screwdriver. You can use a straightened paper clip stick it in where the plastic cap came off one at a time and have someone press the brakes. If the paper clip moves the ABS is bypassing which lets the pedal bleed down. I had an extra ABS module from another Durango I swapped it with and it is good now.
  4. @JAG1 you might go deaf if you're near my leg
  5. I was hauling my uncles 99' on the gooseneck out of Silverthorne, CO heading up the pass when one of mine popped off and yeah it scared the c-wrap out of us!
  6. I'm pretty sure it was @kzimmer that made his own
  7. I have had my FASS titanium 150 on for many years now and never had an issue with it being tucked up under the front of the bed. I spend my winters above 9000' in Colorado and have never had it gell. I travel between New Mexico and Colorado all year long with several trips into Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska and Texas. A mix between interstate, 2-lane, gravel and 1000's of miles off road. Knock on wood I have yet to ever have anything damage my set-up. Just my . If something does happen and it gets damaged or dies I'll be going the mechanical route as many here and elsewhere have had great success with them.
  8. Looks good Did you ever finish your new headlights?
  9. My 270 likes these and H4831SC the best out of any I've tried.
  10. I'm primarily a mobile user. It's unfortunate that I have to scroll through 32 old posts I have already read when I've selected to only show "unread content." I understand that you are not the manufacturer/designer.
  11. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with this one
  12. At least now it appears to only be showing new posts instead of dredging up old posts I've read as soon as a new post is made. It would still be cleaner and not so jumbled if there was only one bulletin for a thread update instead of every single comment. i guess you don't get to see what the next topic you can view is? Just that it's "unread."
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