subscribing! Ill be starting mine oct 1
LOL it's really not too bad at all. Not even a lot of work. If I were doing this in an air conditioned shop like most techs do or even had a way of keeping the sun off of me the entire time I could have had all this work done in a lot less time. I am just taking my time though just putting along. I don't want to get in a hurry and mess something up and cost myself a butt load of money cause I got in a hurry and it's too darn hot out there and I have been taking a lot of breaks.looks like a lot of work........... keep it up, were rooting for you..
Easier to work on it with the bumper and everything out of the front of it. Also it's not that much more work to get it all out of your way and work from the front of the truck in towards the engine.
Yeah I'm not going to ever get a BPD oil cooler kit as it's not to difficult to change out an oil cooler and for the price they charge for a kit I can change mine myself 12 times before the cost of the BPD kit would have paid for itself. Even if I had to replace it every 50,000 miles I could still get another 300,000 miles out of my truck before the BPD kit would justify spending that much money on. To me at least. For others just knowing that they will never have to deal with it again is enough to justify the cost.
BPD makes a GREAT kit and I'm not talking down on their product at all it's just not a solution for me that's all.
Hahahaha now that's funny man. I had to go pick up my cherry picker earlier so I had to stop and get cleaned up to go get it. By the time I got back advanced was already closed and I'm at a stand still until I get that #2 square drive bit to pull the inner fender well out so I can pull the evaporator housing. Once I get those out I'll have the heads off in no time.What are you doing up so late chatting on the forum, you can duct tape a flashlight to your head and keep on wrenching!! LOL!! Plus it's cooler at night, less breaks!!