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post #19301 of 25160 Old 10-23-2016, 04:13 PM
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Did the hutch and harpoon mod, installed white Rodgers relay, hooked up my rear drive shaft, started putting everything back on the motor.



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Weathertech doesn't make mats that fit manual transmission floor hump with manual transfer case shifter. Or I would have, I love their product.


Dang well I have the manual transfer also but I'm sure I could trim it to fit I don't need the complete cover over the hump I just want the drivers and passenger side mats


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Changed the oil in the T-case yesterday. Nice to get out the ugly black stuff and put in the shiny red stuff. Tried to change the transmission oil (6spd standard), but the fill plug was evidently tightened on by a couple of gorillas on steroids. The square insert is actually starting to strip out in there due to the torque I was putting on it. Couldn't get the impact wrench fully engaged in there--kept slipping out and rounded it off a bit more. Will see if the mechanic at the dealership can get if off for me since it will be in the shop for a couple days anyway to take care of the other half of the glow plugs and wiring harness I didn't do (and checking what it'll take to stop the oil leaking from up top).
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Dang well I have the manual transfer also but I'm sure I could trim it to fit I don't need the complete cover over the hump I just want the drivers and passenger side mats


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I have weathertechs in mine and they need trimmed for the clutch pedal too. Even with that I love em, we track lot's of crap in the trucks here on the farm and they really protect the floor. I have em front & rear in both my trucks, they do fit a little better in the KR with the auto trans.

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My used 6.0 trans cooler has a leak somewhere. I let it soak in garage with simple green and. Ow my garage smells like simplegreen haha.

Gonna order a tru cool if I can't find a used 6.0 trans cooler. Is the tru cool a stand alone unit? My truck doesn't have the radiator liquid cooled type cooler just the air cooler
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Fired mine up, made a Starbucks and Walmart run.....in that order. A guy has to have priorities!!


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Fired mine up, made a Starbucks and Walmart run.....in that order. A guy has to have priorities!!

Dang coffee this late! Sounds like your enjoying the weekend haha.
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Dang coffee this late! Sounds like your enjoying the weekend haha.
- I should have specified....we went in the daylight!
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Justin you can run both coolers or just the trucool.

It's up to you.
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Replaced all the CAC boots with Riffraff. Wow... that leak at the plenum boots was alot worse then I though. My truck runs so much smoother and no more oil madness in my engine. Those Riffraff boots are built bulletproof! Wow!

Drained and replaced the Transfer Case with 2 Quarts of Mobile 1. Made a mess at the street cause I was not paying attention. Which begs the question... What do you use to clean up oil and Tran fluid on your street?
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