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Old 11-26-2018, 10:43 AM
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This is like a mystery story, I am hooked to see what the end result is!
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This is like a mystery story, I am hooked to see what the end result is!
Me too!
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Little up date.
Bullet went to the doctor “Midwest”
Diagnosis is spun rod bearing.
I been drink g about it since Friday and I guess I will let them know Monday to go ahead with the stage 3 long block.

Meanwhile in my very little free time am gathering other parts. Gonna get the coil spring buckets changed to 4x4 units, received my pmf track bar for lowered trucks, gonna do some wiring and fabrication. I am trying to not get too carried away. Have to also fix the mount for the turbo and replace the waste gate flex connector.

I am picking up some take off 4x4 cool springs Monday. Going to try opposite of what most do when lowering these trucks. Put a heavier spring in and cut coils out like back in the day. Hoping the heavier spring helps with bottoming our and let’s me keep same ride height. Can’t go wrong for $40.
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