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    In a steering system, no difference, they are...

    In a steering system, no difference, they are both hydraulic fluid, use what is convenient (for me, Dexron goes in all my power steering boxes). For a transmission, the difference (Dexron, Dexron...
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    If tracks = the felts, silicone spray is the...

    If tracks = the felts, silicone spray is the proper lube. The internal tracks, as jaywish said.
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    Any idea if they where used for other panels?...

    Any idea if they where used for other panels? (and what vehicles). Seems around here some asshole throws them away rather than reinstall them.

    Alex.
  4. That two pin actually does work, I have a couple...

    That two pin actually does work, I have a couple here that I was experimenting with, got mine on ebay for a couple bucks, exact same as the amazon one down to the silver lettering.

    Are you all...
  5. While I appreciate the fact you want something...

    While I appreciate the fact you want something done right, its an exhaust system with thin walled pipe, not a food processing plant or refinery with heavier pipe, and are more precisely laid out. ...
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    I think the legal begals went at them with...

    I think the legal begals went at them with variations of; you can't garantee this will only be used off road, and many of your 'off-road' products are actually being used on road.
  7. If you think you will find an exhaust shop that...

    If you think you will find an exhaust shop that does that, well, good luck to ya.

    Alex.
  8. There is no need to try and save argon, the argon...

    There is no need to try and save argon, the argon needs to sheild your arc, whats happening on the other side of the material is irrelevant (other than wind).

    So what kind of flanges have you...
  9. Have you tried a mufflerman? Some of them (not...

    Have you tried a mufflerman? Some of them (not all of them) have in the past at least been more receptive to doing what you want. Scabbing in a pipe with a flange isn't any different than scabbing...
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    First thing, is there 12 volts on the heater...

    First thing, is there 12 volts on the heater wires at the connector for the o2 sensor?
  11. Yeah, those of us who want things a certain way...

    Yeah, those of us who want things a certain way are an irritant to most shops anymore.

    Alex.
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    Since you say preventing the rear bumper from...

    Since you say preventing the rear bumper from catching air, do bumper a tuck. Just cost you a bit of time and a few tywraps.
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    Odds are you will need to go and physically look...

    Odds are you will need to go and physically look in every nook and cranny for a set. The local yard I goto doesn't catalog center caps, they are either tossed in the vehicle, found in nearby pickup...
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    The MFS seems to always have been one of those...

    The MFS seems to always have been one of those items that is at the top of most folks suspect list. Given the amount of high(er) current devices running through it, its no surprise they go bad. I...
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    The only time my '89 used oil was when I ran a...

    The only time my '89 used oil was when I ran a 5w30 in it. That thing sucked back a scary amount on the interstate. 10W30, no/insignificant oil consumption, even when interstate cruising. Mild...
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    I am not a fan of engine covers.

    I am not a fan of engine covers.
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    The GM trucks are 11.5" hole to hole. I can't...

    The GM trucks are 11.5" hole to hole. I can't find my straps, put away (too) safely (my 83 had straps, my 81 does not, got the interior in the basement to go into the '81 eventually).



    Trim...
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    Check the little plug for corrosion. 14.5v isn't...

    Check the little plug for corrosion. 14.5v isn't overcharging.
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    Sticky: Not a member here but warrants a mention (I'll...

    Not a member here but warrants a mention (I'll edit this if he is a member here), but purchased a part from traksta15 on CVN (Brad). Excellent packaging and excellent communication. Made for a...
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    Thats pretty cool acquisition.

    Thats pretty cool acquisition.
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    Holy smokes, makes you wonder how they figure...

    Holy smokes, makes you wonder how they figure they would have gotten away with a scam like that. I guess for a bit of aggravation, at least you got 4 new ones and don't need to worry about them for...
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    scantoolnet and obdlink have pissed me off,...

    scantoolnet and obdlink have pissed me off, always comes up with a 'you need to register' to use obdlink even though I've already registered it. F'ing annoying POS programmers.
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    You may have a dead battery in one of the...

    You may have a dead battery in one of the sensors. The predicted life is 10years.
    If you move to another corner, try it, with the tpms19, apparently the longer you need to hold the button before...
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    The big magnet thing is B.S. Early tpms sensors...

    The big magnet thing is B.S. Early tpms sensors where magnet triggered, Ford banded sensors need the tpms tool to turn them on with RF.

    Alex.
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