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AC/PW/PL/PS/PM/CC (CC and PL not working ATM - working on it)
Black over silver - Exterior is probably a 7/10. 9/10 if you take into consideration age and miles.
Grey cloth - Interior is 9/10. Very light wear is the only thing keeping it from 10/10.
Harley badges and running boards.
New brakes all around in the last year.
Rebuilt front end - u-joints, hubs, bearings, steering stab.
New Skyjacker Shocks - Lifetime warranty
New carrier bearing
Rear diff flushed and resealed
New NAPA Warrantied starter
New starter solenoid
Hole in bed for gooseneck, liner covers it.
Pre-runner push bar
Off-Road fog lights
Viper alarm w/electric start.
Autometer gauges - Boost, pyro, tranny in 3 gauge pod.
Fuel pressure gauge
6" Skyjacker softride lift - new rear springs - 5k ago
3" Body Lift
16x10 American Racing wheels
38x15.5x16 Extreme ATs - E rated - 40k warranty, ~15k on them
Transmission Fully rebuilt by Brockport Transmission (7/2010)
- New Billet TC
- New valve body and shift kit
- New Case
- New Tail housing
- WARRANTY good through 7/2014
Vegistroke V3 Vegetable oil kit. I have over $4000 invested into making this truck run on clean waste vegetable oil. It has been burning vegetable oil trouble free since 8/08. I have a couple hundred gallons and a case of filters I can give to the buyer as well as contacts for cheap, clean/filtered oil. This will reduce your cost/mile to almost nothing. Do not fear veggie oil. If filtered and burned properly nothing bad can happen to your motor. Ignore the horror stories you've heard in the past about people blowing up their motors. They were doing it wrong!
I've only ever run synthetic in the motor since I've owned it. All fluids are currently synthetic.
Gearhead TS 6 pos chip - Lifetime free re-burns.
Motor - I can probably answer any and all questions about this motor if you have any.
Rebuild was not necessary, no block damage or head damage. I thought it blew a headgasket but it turned out to be a bad injector o-ring problem with a bad waterpump. Bearings were as expected for miles and were replaced because they were cheap insurance.
Approx 2k on rebuild.
- Rosewood 250cc 200% Injectors w/new o-rings/washers - Very low miles. These will make all the power anyone would want or need. Hybrids are the best injectors made, Rosewood builds the best. These were $3200 new.
The following parts were new :
- 8 injector cups
- Comp Cam 910s - shimmed
- Felpro head gaskets
- ARP Head Studs - $600
- 8 glow plugs - Motorcraft
- Rod bearings
- Main bearings
- Front seal
- Rear seal
- Oil Pan (This is over $3000 at the dealer)
- Dip stick housing and fitting
- Up-pips donuts
- Up-pipe bolts/washers/nuts (Stainless)
- Pedistal o-rings
- New UVCHs
Im thinking i have a starter or solenoid problem
I think there is a way to skip a solenoid right? how to i bridge it, where is the starter, ill get under there into the snow with my multimeter