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Today, 10:44 AM
Step 1 would be to check all the fuses, even if they dont appear to be related to the system in question, Ive found in the past systems that you would assume to be not related have input or signal...
Yes the problems you listed can be caused by a cracked head or a blown head gasket.
At 185k you really have choices to make and most of them revolve around whats financially best for you....
Your buying fuel at the dock on the water, which always cost's more.
The only time I ever fuel up on the water is if I absolutely have to to get back to the launch ramp or if Im on a lake that has a...
No problem at all, the only issue will be how to cover up the t case shifter hole in the trans tunnel.
GM didnt spend a lot of time or money mfg different parts for the same trucks, and when your...
A post from last week brought out the fact that many members on GMTC feel its good non-confrontational place to seek advice, with that in mind as moderators where do we stand.
What do we get right....
Depending on which prop Im running I have been able to get a full day of water play with 1 tank of fuel.
Depending on lake conditions, amount of persons on the boat, and whether Im mostly cruizing...
HorsePower ratings were changed from Flywheel to Rear wheel in 1972, This change was initiated by manufacturers to combat extremely high rates insurance companies were charging.
The catalyst fo this...
Dont get me wrong I enjoy my boat, but say good bye to any extra cash you thought you had.
Between operating cost's, repairs, parts, and fuel these suckers eat money quick.
Good lookin Wellcraft...
1982 GN was a 4.1 naturally aspirated that produced 125 hp or a 175 hp 3.8 w/turbo
1983 they were called T Type and had 175 hp 3.8 turbo engines
1984 GN was back and they were outfitted with 3.8...
Remember when the Grand National was mfg, Im willing to bet that hp rating was so that owners could get them insured, insurance companies made their own rules at that time and didnt have much govt....
05-20-2013, 10:24 AM
This is probably one of the easier engine swaps, depending on the yr engine used there may be modifications required to the wire harness since a few sensors could be relocated on the new block.
My personal recomendation would be yes.
The factor that drives this is normally finances, since you not only need the friction disk and throw out bearing, its good practice to also have the clutch...
The noise coming and going with the clutch engaged and disengaged sounds like the throw out bearing is bad.
The grinding noise when you tightened the bolts again suggests a bad throwout bearing or...
05-18-2013, 07:55 PM
Before you condemn the diff check the axle bearings and the pinion bearing.
With a roaring rear axle Id suspect a bearing issue over bad gears.
05-17-2013, 06:40 PM
Sad to hear, he was never succesful in NASCAR, all his many wins came while driving local dirt tracks and short asphalt tracks. He was one of a few unsponsored or minimally sponsored cars that made...
05-17-2013, 06:29 PM
I've used them for parts and supplies back when I was making Bio Diesel a few years ago, they werent noteable but then I never had problems with them either.
Yes you can get a slight french fry...
Im not sure how many actually know the history of Turbo Charging.
The first Turbo Charger was patented in 1905 and from the 20's through WWII was used extensively and very succesfully to boost...
05-16-2013, 09:23 PM
Hmmm, hard question, limited to two I'd say Crawdaddy and Surrealone but truthfully there isnt anyone on the site I wouldnt mind sharin a cold drink with and havin a little one on one chat with.
05-14-2013, 12:52 AM
Ive seen S10's and Tahoes with the back half of the top cutt off and I think they look cool.
one problem both versions had in common was the body looses some of its rigidity when the top comes off,...
Find a local spring shop and have them manufacture a set to your trucks measurements.
This way you can get correct length so they dont hang down to far and if need be they can use a thicker material...
I put your thread in a little better place to pick up traffic more pertinant to your problem.
There was a registry set up to prevent reselling flood damaged vehicles, Insurance companies were supposed to report the vins to warn potential buyers. I cant seem to find the site anymore so I dont...
05-12-2013, 03:41 PM
Depending on how deep corrosion penetrated you might just clean and repaint.
I've purchased a few trucks from the rust belt and while they had corrosion in those areas I've never seen one bad enough...
For what your planned use is it should work ok, most of your communication should be within a few miles at most.
I used a model like that on my 94 Toyota, it did fine.
They have limited distance...