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Old 04-04-2010, 09:20 PM
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Not home for easter so...




Changed the oil, powersteering fluid, fixed an oil leak, hooked up the water injection again, washed, clay bar'ed and waxed her... Was going to paint the exhaust tips black but just lost interest...LOL Not bad for a truck with 175k, three motors, six trannys and a rear end done to it...LOL






There is a motor in there somewhere...
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Lol Joe you have so many ****ing gauges.
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Lol Joe you have so many ****ing gauges.

No doubt.... List'em off I wanna know what all you are watching so close!

That isn't SEVENTEEN I am counting is it???
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Old 04-04-2010, 09:35 PM
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No doubt.... List'em off I wanna know what all you are watching so close!

That isn't SEVENTEEN I am counting is it???
Correct... and one does two things at once...

A-pillar, Top to bottom...

Manifold Pressure 0-60
Boost Pressure 0-60
Right Pyro
Left Pyro

Overhead pod Left to Right

Tranny Temp 0-280
Diff Temp 0-280
Oil Temp 0-280
Water Temp 0-280

Under Dash Left to Right

Fuel Pressure 0-100
Oil Pressure 0-100
Air Pressure 0-180

Dash Suround

Drive oil Pressure 0-400
Post IC air temp 0-280
Volts
Fuel level (big tank in bed)

and then a scan gauge on the steering column and a water pressure gauge on the dash for water injection.
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Old 04-04-2010, 09:36 PM
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you clay bar and waxed it but no photos of the outside? All i can see is interior pics
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you clay bar and waxed it but no photos of the outside? All i can see is interior pics
You cant see the first two pic's?

Here are two from the back as well...



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Old 04-04-2010, 09:43 PM
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You cant see the first two pic's?

Here are two from the back as well...



i couldnt see them no, but now i can! I never realized how nice and clean your truck was! I like it a lot.

Your truck is setup a lot like i want mine, except I dont want to go through 3 engines and 6 trannies getting there. And i dont need all the gauges haha...
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Old 04-04-2010, 09:52 PM
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i couldnt see them no, but now i can! I never realized how nice and clean your truck was! I like it a lot.

Your truck is setup a lot like i want mine, except I dont want to go through 3 engines and 6 trannies getting there. And i dont need all the gauges haha...
What do you mean? They will keep you from destroying an engine or tranny..


Sorry Joe.
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Ha ha ha, that's funny, sorry Joe.
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Truck looks good though. I can't remember the last time i cleaned out my interior.
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