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post #24311 of 25474 Old 03-23-2019, 04:01 PM
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Did the heater core mod. Supposedly it reduces A/C temp by 10*. Works on a vacuum by closing off flow to the heater core while running the A/C. Looking forward to the near 90* temps next week to try it out.

Also built a topside creeper out of spare wood. Proud that I didn't make one single cut Will be very helpful for my turbo removal tomorrow.

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Tell me more about the heater core mod. I donít think Iíve ever heard of it. Got a link?


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Tell me more about the heater core mod. I donít think Iíve ever heard of it. Got a link?


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I think it's a 7.3 thing. Here's the link...


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Rode around in it looking for a 7.3 excursion or bulletproofed 6.0L....because this F550 is completely unnecessary unless I was trying to pull my house off its foundation. 🤷*♀️
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Had sticking calipers in the front which caused one side of the brakes to wear excessively until I was metal on metal. I let her be because I was planning on putting powerstop kit on.

Got the fronts on and boy does she stop on a dime now! Rears are next.
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I need all the help I can get folks!!! Iím only ahead by one vote and I donít think thatíll do it!!!

Make the 7.3 great again!

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I need all the help I can get folks!!! Iím only ahead by one vote and I donít think thatíll do it!!!

Make the 7.3 great again!

Mar 19 ROTM Poll


Just put my vote in for you. I hadnít figured out that if Iím using Tapatalk, by clicking on web view and signing in, I could vote. Good luck.
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Just put my vote in for you. I hadnít figured out that if Iím using Tapatalk, by clicking on web view and signing in, I could vote. Good luck.


Thanks a bunch!!

Yea gotta go to web view on the top right corner.

Much appreciated! Trying to get my first win haha.

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Had sticking calipers in the front which caused one side of the brakes to wear excessively until I was metal on metal. I let her be because I was planning on putting powerstop kit on.

Got the fronts on and boy does she stop on a dime now! Rears are next.


Looks great!!! What did the set run if you donít mind me asking.

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