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22george

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  1. 22george

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  2. I always get the best brake pads out there because your life depends on them. I will say l never bought ceramic and after reading this thread l'm glad l didn't
  3. Thanks for the replies. l was planning on crimping them and soldering them. I will try the liquid electrical tape Again thanks for the replies
  4. l have some Anderson sb350 type connectors l'm going to use as quick disconnects for my winch to connect it to the battery in my truck. My question is after l crimp the cables to the connectors and install them in the plastic housing, what would you guys use to seal the back end to prevent moisture from getting in?? l tried buying some "heat shrink" type sealers made for these connectors but evidently mine are a smaller size because they are way to big Thanks
  5. l had dead 2 month old batteries in my 2001. Read through threads on dead batterieshere and found info on IOD fuse #12 in junction box.The shop manual said to disconnect both batteries, connect a amp meter between the ground terminal and ground wire - keeping it connected and wait for 3 minutes then check the fuses and relays. The only drain l had was threw the IOD fuse #12 in the junction box I had a 246 mamp drain threw it. Shop manual said should be less than 30. Used shop manual wiring diagram to narrow it down to lights common to that fuse. It was the glove box light. Disconnected it and
  6. l had dead 2 month old batteries in my 2001. Read through threads on dead batterieshere and found info on IOD fuse #12 in junction box.The shop manual said to disconnect both batteries, connect a amp meter between the ground terminal and ground wire - keeping it connected and wait for 3 minutes then check the fuses and relays. The only drain l had was threw the IOD fuse #12 in the junction box I had a 246 mamp drain threw it. Shop manual said should be less than 30. Used shop manual wiring diagram to narrow it down to lights common to that fuse. It was the glove box light. Disconnected it and
  7. They use these to tie down freight in aircraft - - - Updated - - - I had to drill a bunch of 1/4 inch holes in mine to get them out of my old truck
  8. how long do you guys let your engine idle before moving? I thought 10-15 second was long enough to get oil to everything.This forum is great with lots of feedback and interesting discussionStart up idle time
  9. Thanks for the info. If I can't figure out how to adapt it I will have to break down and buy one. My trailer will fit between my 2 post lift. it will be a lot easier to maneuver it in there looking at it.
  10. Does anyone know if the receiver hitch that came from the factory will fit on the front of the truck? I took it off and put a class V hitch on the rear.Thanks.
  11. combined stop and go, 2 lane highway and interstate 346 miles 17.72 gallons 19.52 mpg. wife drove some with a heavier foot and I did blow some smoke getting on the interstate - my grandkids were impressed with the smoke. I wish I had seen it.
  12. I would think that while you are idling and cooling down the oil flowing through the turbo would be cooling it also. Is 225 degrees oil temp a problem shutting down? My water temp has not gone above 190. Don't know, just throwing it out there wanting to see what everyone thinks.Thanks for the responses
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