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Stanley

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  1. Awesome stuff man. I appreciate the help. I'll be doing this today/tomorrow. I'll do a video of the engine before it goes in to show it off.
  2. Are you just talking about the rear seal where the yoke goes into the t-case? I can get the whole set up here for like 20$. I use these guys all the time, awesome people too!
  3. So finally got back to actually working on the rig. I think I asked the question before but dont remember or cant find it. So I'll upload a short video on this but I have rear main and oil pan about to go on. I am uncertain on which I should first... Oil pan then rear main or vice versa...
  4. I got a vacuum pump rebuild from Gould. And new ps lines and a new ps pump both borgson. All three are you get at Genos Garage. There's even a video straight from gould on how to do the vacuum pump rebuild step by step if your unsure. Total worth it.
  5. I read you added coolant, and talking about A/C stuff?? If anything is wrong with the core, just replace it, their stupid cheap. Also replace your drier at the same time. Do like the others said use soapy water all over lines and check for any leaks. It may be time to pull the dash... the m73m article nails it down, I also have my own thread of complete removing everything inside the interior of that helps you..
  6. Sounds like a mess. Dont be wiring stuff together like that-NO That's a basket of worms I've never seen before.
  7. Man I wish I could do that kinda stuff, I'd be all over it. I can write stuff, excel, basic computer skills I guess, but nothing like what you been posting. I wish it was simpler, get what you mean by being limited due to the complexity of this.
  8. @Mopar1973Man As many have stated, what can we do to help? I can do 2nd gen stuff! I can try moderating or something of the sort.. @syndicateshop has asked multiple times to help but I haven't seen you reply? I cant write code or do that type of stuff but I have a computer and can do some managing etc.
  9. Here's is another link to a video I made on truck... let me know of it doesn't work.
  10. This is sad news... Someone win the lottery and give this man a cut... lol
  11. I forget if this was mentioned earlier, but is there an automatic reminder to "re-up" when your year subscription is almost over? If not, this would be greatly appreciated by myself and probably others.
  12. So here ya go, you can press them out. Used a 1 inch drive 2 3/8 socket and an old bushing from a machine as a push through, worked like a charm. I did have to cut the bolt end off but someone's else's case maybe different cause mine were froze in. You will have to use a press to get them out... I'll clean them up, paint them. Then order a set of poly bushings to put in. If anyone need exact dimensions let me know I saved old inserts. Just in case you folks wanted to lathe a custom press tool. The socket worked great, GP, brand, but there is always room for improvement...
  13. Yea, possibly it was already tweaked/bent and finally went...
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