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post #32201 of 35102 Old 04-27-2019, 08:33 PM
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I’m looking at swapping my springs / leafs. + adding 350 blocks. To freshen up the suspension.

Would you recommend buying stock. Parts or is there a solid aftermarket option you all love for a stock truck ?

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my old neighbor had a super lift and honestly it probably rode as well or better on the road and highway as my 4" BDS.
that said i had 2" block on the rear of mine when i got it if you want em pay for the ride and they are yours

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After 5 years, I finally ordered a windshield mount for my x4. I've quit smoking, cleaned out the truck, scrubbed everything, and now I'm cleaning up the clutter in the cab. Hopefully I can keep it looking brand new again. Oh and fyi, quitting cigarettes is a real PITA

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not to sound old or anything...
i qut years ago because they went to 50 cents a pack
i do still smoke a good cuban every now and then

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Mine's a TYM 554 but it's badged Rural King 55, they had a way better deal on a loaded tractor than the dealer had on a base model. That's my first cab tractor, sure is sweet when you need heat or A/C
My bigger tractors are Massey Ferguson's, an 80 hp 1085 and a 100 hp 492. I don't need anything bigger for making hay or bush hogging, I don't do crops.
i want a little tractor with a back hoe BAD then my pool and creek mods would be a snap
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****in had it with dead batteries and replacing batteries.
Ordering this solar charger for my trailer
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In storage until I put my building up, I don't have power. So this will be my battery tender. Batteries these days are already trash and expensive. So hopefully it works well

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Ive been waiting on my heads I should have got the first time, got the heads forgot to get new studs so hopefully Im putting those on next weekend with new transmission the beast will be ready to roll,
20 over block, stage 2 cam, stage2r Turbo, stage 3 owdawg intake, 190/30 injectors, bd manifolds, mbrb y pipe , now kill devil oring heads and arp625+ studs hopefully no more blown gaskets, and the transmission will hold up.


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$320.00 for this delivered to the house
Ouch

About $64.00 a gallon
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$320.00 for this delivered to the house
Ouch

About $64.00 a gallon
At that rate maybe you should buy a drilling rig and have your own well.
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At that rate maybe you should buy a drilling rig and have your own well.


Just found a Amsoil dealer would have been $165.00 for 15 quarts.
For the future would Amsoil be recommended?


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i want a little tractor with a back hoe BAD then my pool and creek mods would be a snap
I bought this a couple years ago. Sub-compact 25 horse diesel. Backhoe is good for about 6 feet, but the loader is only good for about 1000 pounds, maybe. Great little tractor for a small non-farm. It was around 20K brand new with a 50" front mounted snow blower. I think they offer 84 months no interest on it now too.

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I’ve been waiting on my heads I should have got the first time, got the heads forgot to get new studs so hopefully I’m putting those on next weekend with new transmission the beast will be ready to roll,
20 over block, stage 2 cam, stage2r Turbo, stage 3 owdawg intake, 190/30 injectors, bd manifolds, mbrb y pipe , now kill devil oring heads and arp625+ studs hopefully no more blown gaskets, and the transmission will hold up.


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You forgot to mention the Sinister intake elbow. That’s probably where you will actually gain all the power. 😳
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Easier turbo access than ours haha I can hear it now though about how people getting their turbos stolen
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At that rate maybe you should buy a drilling rig and have your own well.


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For the future would Amsoil be recommended?


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I run amsoil here in the states, so my vote says yes. Just make sure it's the oil for our era of truck. They have several different formulas. I don't remember the name off hand though.
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