Yes sir. Haven’t wanted to out the truc up to work on it haha. I also think chopped the frame and shorted it since I sold the rzr. But decided not to. Too much work hahaI was just wondering about this yesterday. Glad you popped back in.
That’s kind of where I was headed. But with my hitch extension in the back of the axle and drive shaft issues I ran into I canceled it snd said screw it I’ll have a fast long truck hahAlot of guys were making "shorty's" for dragging. Usually taking a regular cab 350 and chopping it down to use the short bed from the crew cabs, then turning the screw all the way up and making drag trucks lol.
Haha I am thinking along the same lines as you. What I think I have found is I got an older version of the atoto unit and it doesn’t accept the apps to be downloaded so I would need to upgrade the head unit. Sounds like a later time problem haha. More pressing matters for the teuck.First off I am very poor in this technology stuff for my age range, so with that warning in mind here we go lol. I believe your head unit will have to be able to accept bluetooth which I'm assuming you have. Then it will have to be able to find the OBDII adaptor. Once that is happening I'm not sure if people have their phones tied to the head unit and are essentially just casting it to the head unit or if the actual app is downloaded to the head unit. I believe I basically have just said everything you already know haha.
Ya I saw that option to cast the phone so I might try that and see.I actually just bought a 10-inch atoto for my truck two months ago and put it in (thing is awesome) and from what I’ve seen it does, I think you would just need to screen cast torque pro or forscan from a phon using the AutoLink option they have on the menu
Thanks for the input/ input. Just about hit the trans out gonna get that out and then work on the engine. Hopefully have it out soon. Clean it up and not then pop it into the new truck. Hoping this goes pretty straight forward hahaFlywheel and rear cover is all you should need.
A good example of head gasket failure from a coolant loss and/or overheating. The heads are hottest at the exhaust ports, excessive heat can expand the heads to the point that studs would be yielded.
It's also the coolant orifice in the gasket where on the 6.4L heads, the orifice was changed to allow more coolant flow.
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