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dually

Year in review= parts i needed

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December 09 to dec 10 Two vp pumps.(one bad new pump)Ecm and pcm wire harness.New ecm.Fass pump(150) just the pump.Left front ball joints.(upper and lower)Left front u joint.Left front rotor.Left front wheel bearing.Left front caliper/pads.Right front ball joints.(upper and lower)Right front u joint.Right front rotor.Right front wheel bearings.Right front caliper/pads.Rear left rotor/caliper/pads.Rear right rotor/caliper/pads.Thermostat.Waterpump.I think that i am missing something the list seems small :banghead:I will update if i remember something.

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If you would stop keeping up with all those porsche's on corners you wouldn't have all those front end things going out :lol:Right there with you on the last 2 though. Got it down to about 5 min to change the thermostat :hyper:

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This next year i hope to just buy fuel:lmao2:

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Is your trucks name, "Lucky"???:lmao2: Wow, that's a lot in a year!!:2cents::2cents::mad:

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Is your trucks name, "Lucky"???:lmao2: Wow, that's a lot in a year!!:2cents::2cents::mad:

fobslmao:lmao:

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Is your trucks name, "Lucky"???:lmao2: Wow, that's a lot in a year!!:2cents::2cents::mad:

No the trucks name is Warren Out:lmao2:

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No the trucks name is Warren Out:lmao2:

I like that:lmao: But I feel for you. I had to do tires, then within a week my lift pump died, then about a month later the tranny quit:spend:

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I like that:lmao: But I feel for you. I had to do tires, then within a week my lift pump died, then about a month later the tranny quit:spend:

Yikes, I wouldn't wish that on anyone that I liked!!!!:doh:

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The money part is a bummer .I do like working on it.I dont have much in labor cost i did almost everything myself.I am getting to know my truck vary well.It still is a blast to own and drive.

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The money part is a bummer .I do like working on it.I dont have much in labor cost i did almost everything myself.I am getting to know my truck vary well.It still is a blast to own and drive.

the money does suck. i am not far behind you on repairs. the ecm was the worst for me. didnt no squat about the electronics untill that thappened. it was a good education, though pricey. so far i have done all the work myself and like you it is more fun than working. driving it is the reward.

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I know the feeling I put a new tranny in mine, front end aligned with a track bar replacement, tone ring/crank sensor replacement, tires, and a new edge juice w/attitude!!! :banghead:

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I had a quiet year for my truck... Just standard fluid changes, starter contacts, and replace a few light bulbs... I don't want to talk about previous year with all the wheel bearing, clutch, axle seals, ABS sensors, etc :duh:

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