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Old 03-12-2013, 04:11 PM
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i just have to give credit where credit is due! i just completed my head job on my 05. I have to say first that i am "NOT" a mechanic. just a regular guy who has a small amount of experence with this diesel. I installed arp head studs with oem gaskets and basically redid everything from the block up(new) i did a strokers unlimited y-pipe, renagade diesels 175/stock injectors, xdp coolant filter, all the updated oem parts, 03 turbo, new hpop and belt, etc.

to the credit: gary(g2shuck) has been the biggest help from so far away the poor guy has answered unlimited calls from me from dusk till dawn with nothing but a great attitude and a give the shirt off your back way of life. gary is really in it to help anyone who needs it and i cant say enough about the guy. thanks again man truck runs great

now get that water/meth in the damn mail thanks again brother

oh also this man i speak of is also a military member so he helps all of us more then any of us know!

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Old 03-12-2013, 06:24 PM
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That's great to hear...congrats on the work! There are a lot of good guys around the forums
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Old 03-13-2013, 02:43 AM
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thanks. its a hell of a feeling when you do all the work yourself. now every bump or bang makes me feel like the motor is comming apart
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This is very nice! I think the diesel community is very close and we are very different breed! We all help each other and that's what makes the org a great place!!!
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Holy quap! You listened to Gary? No wonder you feel like the motor is coming apart.



Just kidding, Gary is a good guy and just one of the folks here that is willing to go out of his way to help a fellow stroker. Congrats on jumping in there and doing yourself.
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Old 03-13-2013, 08:41 AM
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Sounds like all of the work I am about to do. Glad to hear that there are so many people on here willing to help.
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Old 03-13-2013, 02:36 PM
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Holy quap! You listened to Gary? No wonder you feel like the motor is coming apart.



Just kidding, Gary is a good guy and just one of the folks here that is willing to go out of his way to help a fellow stroker. Congrats on jumping in there and doing yourself.
lmfao wow
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come on mitch thanks man. Ive been a part of the org for a long while it seems and been mostly a reader, its come in handy



sounds better today now the cherry pickers out of the bed
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Old 03-16-2013, 01:22 PM
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trying to post some pics with no luck. think yall might like the different ways there are to lift a cab!
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trying to post some pics with no luck. think yall might like the different ways there are to lift a cab!
I love the way you lifted the cab.... Ill get your stuff pulled off the truck tommorow as I am no longer rushed for time since the truck is probably now down until about the august time frame
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