well in your case and having that extra money, I would make the same decision as you, but with my budget and from what i have read, im hoping to not lose
They're stupidly spendy. However, there are some keys to the expense that aren't readily apparent unless you do all of your homework.
same here, im assuming rubber bushings, which ill gladly replace with polys myself...
and as for deavers.... WOW, ive always known of them, but
Sur, thats an old myth that synthetic will cause leaks. Not so. I've researched this topic a LOT, and I now use full synthetics in all my engines, '93
LOL, that's ok. I theoretically know where the TBI's PCV port is. I say 'theoretically' because I've read the where/how of it and even found lots of
[MENTION=36460]reggiecab2000[/MENTION], looks like 5160 steel, so no issues, there. What kind of bushings do they include? At that pricepoint I suspect
well here i was thinking i cleaned out my internals on my truck with seafoam, and now you put this on me surreal......
guess i gotta try it now
this picture should make it easier for some of you to visualize which line to pull off for brake booster vacuum pressure
You sound like me! I'm getting a 2014 truck too - in 2021! Maybe I can afford it then!
Thanks a lot, Skip. Yeah, those are different than the friction things I had on my bigger travel trailer. Looks great! And, the transmission! YES! That's
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