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post #1 of 8 Old 02-05-2009, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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Oil spraying all over

I know it is the hpop o-rings. So how hard is it to replace them.


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About a 5 min job. 6 if you do the back one.
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Not hard at all. IF you cant get your hands on the quick disconnect tool, you can do it without disconnectiing them. You will use an open end wrench(dont remember the size). Which one is leaking? Are you gonna just go ahead and replace all three?

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About a 5 min job. 6 if you do the back one.
It is leaking at the fittings at the hpop there is two lines at the hpop.


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Man bud you just can't catch a break this winter can you!!! It is much easier if you have the tool, but many make their own, if you Google HPOP O ring replacement you will surely find it. They never break down when it's 80 degrees outside!!

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Man bud you just can't catch a break this winter can you!!! It is much easier if you have the tool, but many make their own, if you Google HPOP O ring replacement you will surely find it. They never break down when it's 80 degrees outside!!

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Tell me about it, truck has 181,000 miles on it. I guess stuff just wears out.

So on my to repair list
Front axle U-joints
Hpop O-rings
Belt Tensioner assembly
Right side upper ball joint
tie rod at Pitman arm
Shocks all 4

I am sure there is more but that is what I know of right now.


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Well it is about 45 degrees out and I will be spending most of the day in my shop. Todays repair will be front axle u-joints.

Any one that wants to stop by and hang out just come on over.


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Well it is about 45 degrees out and I will be spending most of the day in my shop. Todays repair will be front axle u-joints.

Any one that wants to stop by and hang out just come on over.
Damn. Lil too far away. Otherwise I would.

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