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'combat park', always ready!
Some people say I'm paranoid, I call it 'ultra vigilant'.
My 2004 Suburban with 100,000 mi uses 'not a drop' of oil between changes.....I bought it at 61,000 and change oil faithfully every 3000 mi
01-03-2012, 01:58 AM
2004 Suburban, just turned 100,000
I own a 2004 Suburban 1500, just turned 100,000 mi, well maintained. About a month ago, my electronic door opener dumped on me while on a 4000 mi trip to Cali and Arizona, (i put a new battery in it,...
I had a 2004, bought it with 80,000 drove it till 139,000, never has 'any' problems with it at all. I got in a wreck and totaled it and bought a 2004 Burban.
I can't say anything bad about it. Just...
Not sure I understand, are you saying that if you pull the belt all the way out, it will lock and not move in and out?
If so, how do you reset them??
Thanks for your input.
Try using the special blue masking tape, it has a low tack glue and is designed to install and be removed without taking any paint off, painters use it all of the time.
Hello, I have a broken fog light on my 2004 Burb.
Been looking at aftermarket lights on e bay, they have some real nice bright yellow ones at a decent price.
Anybody done this one before?
If a specialty shop does it, they are more experienced than you, therefore less prone to mistakes, and you also have a wonderful warranty, so they fix it.....
If you want to do something really different, try to locate a company called Willamit Wheel in Oregon. Find a set of stock rally wheels, send them to this company, they will cut out the centers and...
Your not implying that my wife is overweight are you?:grrrrrr:
You can get it powder :neutral:coated in a flat or semi gloss finish if you dislike the gloss
First of all that's Tach as in short for tachometer, u threw me, tack as in gear for horses???
That only comes with the Ford 'King Ranch" Models, ok, bad truck joke,
The dash mounted tach should be...
Won't fit, just spend the money and install a new one, most exhaust shops do not want to help you, they hate messing with old pipe:great:
Hello from the West Coast.
I have a 2004 Burb, with only 60,000 original miles on it, the car has been babied, excellent maintenance.
My problem is with the passenger side seat belt in the front...
I'm telling you, the hammerite has lasted just fine for six months or more with no wax, still shining.:shocked:
Rmagni, Ha, good one!
I am partial to chrome or polished wheels, but this paint matched really works on this truck. I looks better than the bright rims..
God looking truck.
Does the exhaust ever touch the body?
They have aftermarket bumper caps in chrome, might look great, especially with the polished stainless chrome down the sides. To me, the bumper cap is the part below the grill and above the bumper...
You have done an amazing job, i'm impressed!
Out here on the WC we call that 'SANO', as in clean and simple, uncluttered.
Buy a detail brush, looks like a 2" wide normal paint brush that has bristles only 1/4" long.
It is soft and wont scratch paint or wax, but will get into tight seams and remove all that white...
Just did a set of 15x8" rally wheels for my 1989 4x4 Burb, degreaser, masking tape tires, scuff lightly, I used Hammerite silver, it has been six months, still looks good.
Hammerite has an unusual...
Capitalism brutha!!! It's what we do here in America.....
The real challenge is to make your own.
Added comment; one person mentioned it, when you increase air volume in, you have to increase...
What do they look like???
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