Thank you! And what do you mean the full EGR delete, not the cheap one? Sorry, I’m new to this!Do the full egr delete! Not the cheap one. Get ride of it all!! The truck is looking good tho. Oh and wiggle the plugs all over on top the motor and that might be the glow plug problem it will take like 2min just do it. Start with the simple things always.
When is say full egr delete I mean don’t try to make a custom one or thisThank you! And what do you mean the full EGR delete, not the cheap one? Sorry, I’m new to this!
Also, wiggle the plugs because the connection might be the issue, rather than the actual glow plugs?
Yeah I guess a better flowing oil cooler is more of a shorter term fix.The stock oil cooler is hard to beat. They are prone to clogging due to poor coolant maintenance but you will be hard pressed to find anyone recommend something besides OEM oil cooler or BPD
I honestly love the look of the truck right now. Though, the rear could come down an inch or two.Stance is decent, I lowered/leveled my previous ride, an '10 F250, with gasser springs in the front and deleting the rear leaf spring block and it looked great...
The wheel offset is gaff and looks like azz. Besides hammering the sides/rocker panels and likely putting unnecessary stress on the wheel bearings, where I'm from it's illegal without having flaps. Although I never cared much for what's legal/illegal when it comes to motor vehicle regs, as a biker I can tell you it's setups like this that launch road debris and cause wrecks and injuries or worse.
...and I just checked Minnesota state law and it's illegal there too. Go figure. Do what you like of course, just don't cop bash when you get a fix-it ticket.
Jeep looks nice, having owned a (real) Jeep SRT I can appreciate the look, as long it's not posing/"upbadged"...!