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Conlan Rose
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Conlan Rose

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Aug 15, 2014 at 8:49 PM
    1. mudpuppy
      mudpuppy
      lol cooking the engine or tranny i dont really worry about. if that ever happens ill just build new again. i worry about my 1 and only child being in it with me. we get some of the nastiest winters being in the midwest. that being said i ensure everything the best that i can.
    2. mudpuppy
      mudpuppy
      the way its currently set up is with 3 subrelays. 1 each for each fan manually controlled in the cab and the third is to engage the fans when the a/c is turned on. the trans cooler fan is ran by a cheapo adjustable probe relay. all of this is being redone once i get home while im doing the engine replacement. summit has 2 thread in thermal relays, 1 at 185on-170off and another at 195 on-180off that im going to install into the manifold and link into the current sub-relay system. as for the tranny, they also have an inline thermal relay that im going to link into the pressure side to the tranny cooler. all fans will still have manual override control in the cab. never know when any 1 or all systems will fail so overrides to me are required.
    3. 1953bowtieguy
      1953bowtieguy
      Ahh, ya i will prolly need to replace my plugs one of these days, and also with the replacement/repair i was talking to my dad and instead of totally rebuilding or replacing, we might just drop the front end, because he thinks my tick is just a rod bearing, so then we would replace that and then just go through my front end. I know i need Steering Gear, Idler arm, Ball joints, my CV boots a tore so i think id be replacing that. Also maybe the shocks, but im gonna see if we can take it for a ride down a bumpy road first to see if the are working good then i might just paint them to match the paint, same with the CV Boots.
    4. 1953bowtieguy
      1953bowtieguy
      oh did you have them do all the rest cuz you didnt want to break another one?
    5. 1953bowtieguy
      1953bowtieguy
      Oh, so you did end up getting the spark plug fixed?
    6. 1953bowtieguy
      1953bowtieguy
      Well its still a leak conlan. A leak is a leak. How many have you had with that tahoe?
    7. 1953bowtieguy
      1953bowtieguy
      Hi Conlan I was wondering where you got the GMTruckClub.com logo for your tahoe?
    8. AMac
      AMac
      Nice work! Do you plan on adding another light to the left? IMHO I think might look a little better, unless only putting one light is a common thing and I just don't know it. Looks like you don't have a lot of room on the other side is that why there is not light?
    9. Chewbacon
      Chewbacon
      Hi Conlan, thanks for replying on my thread about coolant loss. I have posted a more zoomed out pic on there now that may help identify the location of the hole.

      Thanks again.
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    Birthday:
    March 27
    Location:
    CT
    Occupation:
    landscaping
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    1996 Chevy Tahoe LT 4X4 5.7L V8 205,000+ miles runs like new minus the occasion surprises
    I've always wanted a Chevy my whole life and I finally got my dream truck a 1996 Tahoe, yah its alittle beat up but runs great. I work hard to keep my truck running great and I'm working to mod it to keep it running for as long as possible.

    working on truck, wood working

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    1996 Chevy Tahoe LT 5.7L V8 4X4 205,000+ miles. Built proudly at Janesville Assembly in Janesville, Wisconsin
    Basic mods: Lights all over, bunch of electrical work, and a couple cooling mods.

    Check out my other mods in My Garage: http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/showthread.php/100147-The-Tahoe-1996-Chevrolet-Tahoe-4-Door
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