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post #31071 of 34077 Old 03-03-2019, 03:38 PM
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Yeah, maybe winter in Ohio wasn't the best time to to be building and digging.

Doesn't help that I'm a machinist and mechanic not a builder, plumber, or furnace repairman... Oh wait, I'm a farmer, guess I'm all those things.
You sure? I didn't see any bailing wire in those pics.
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whats a decent not too expensive track bar out there?


I cant get rid of my shudder offline. new carrier bearing and an adjustable drop bracket installed already.

other option is one piece drive shaft.

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You sure? I didn't see any bailing wire in those pics.
That's cause I didn't post a pic of the pump on the hot water tank. Figured the pump and 6' of PEX might be a bit much weight on the 3/4" pipe where the tank drain was modified with a Tee for the pump and a brass boiler drain valve instead of the cheap plastic drain they put on newer water heaters. So.....baler wire


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That's cause I didn't post a pic of the pump on the hot water tank. Figured the pump and 6' of PEX might be a bit much weight on the 3/4" pipe where the tank drain was modified with a Tee for the pump and a brass boiler drain valve instead of the cheap plastic drain they put on newer water heaters. So.....baler wire

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whats a decent not too expensive track bar out there?


I cant get rid of my shudder offline. new carrier bearing and an adjustable drop bracket installed already.

other option is one piece drive shaft.


My truck used to shudder on takeoff. Only after replacing the carrier bearing and drive shaft, did I realize that it only happened when turning, even the slightest amount. Rear limited slip needed friction modifier.


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I was actually looking at the decked systems. Mainly I just want to keep 5gal diesel n Gas cans between the tool box and a divider. But I need the bed fir the GN I’m installing this spring. Otherwise that’s a good idea


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The decked system is nice. I like how it goes all the way across. I got such a great deal on this one so I couldn't pass it up

They have an expandable cargo bar. A lot of places have them, but harbor freight is the least expensive
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