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post #43361 of 44553 (permalink) Old 08-25-2019, 06:56 AM
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Got another piece to the puzzle....muffler delete pipe for 01-05 Dmax . Now I gotta find time to delete my “muffler” on my “01 to 05”
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post #43362 of 44553 (permalink) Old 08-25-2019, 01:07 PM
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We finished up with the power stop brakes and rotors on the 2011, man the rotors were in pretty rough shape and so were the parking brakes. Changed both differential fluids over to Amsoil severe gear oil. Now we're waiting on the Transynd tranny fluid and filters so we can get it changed out.
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@ SoCal Mike and Hook'em ^^^ I will try it next time. It has been going on for such a long time. I need to break down and fix it. It is so much work with disconnecting the pillar gauges and and tearing the dash a part i am dreading it. It all works as of now it just seems when i get far from home is when it quits. Same time, same place last year it quit. I was able to remove the pass side left duct reach my fingers in and unplug and plug in the actuator and it worked.

Thanks for the heads up guy. Keep on truckin!
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post #43364 of 44553 (permalink) Old 08-26-2019, 11:25 AM
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We finished up with the power stop brakes and rotors on the 2011, man the rotors were in pretty rough shape and so were the parking brakes. Changed both differential fluids over to Amsoil severe gear oil. Now we're waiting on the Transynd tranny fluid and filters so we can get it changed out.
I recently did this conversion on my 04 4X4. That thing stops so much better for being such a pig. It stops on a dime and gets 5 cents change.

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post #43365 of 44553 (permalink) Old 08-28-2019, 07:28 PM
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Did a little hurricane prep. Filled up with fuel, water, etc. Gonna be a wild Labor Day weekend if hurricane Dorian keeps building up and hits Florida like the path its projected.

Still been procrastinating and haven't ordered my wheel hub assembly. Probably wouldn't be able to do it this weekend anyway....

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@ChevyDMax89 Pretty much the same here. Getting some things at the house in order, since I'll be at work. Let's pray this thing isn't too bad. Stay safe.
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Just talked with my Dad a couple hours ago.
Lives in the Villages and he is doing the hurricane drill also.
Be safe guys!!
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Emissions test. Passed with flying colors. 189,000 miles.

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Dropped some coin on fluids. Hoping to get quite a bit of it serviced this weekend.

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Added 2nd in-line pump from aux tank.Used 2 3-way barb hose connectors.Draws from top,y’s to both pumps,y’s back in line after pumps.Was real slow with 1 pump.Now a gallon per 30 seconds.I think maybe I just needed a new pump.
Ordered a 3rd pump like the 2nd to see what volume it does.There 10 bucks and I’ll use it to check for water while parked on a hill-side through front bung on top of tank.That would be lowest corner for tank bottom where water would go on such an angle.
I bent a 3/8 copper line to poke in tank and make a direct hit of corner.Midship tank has wheel well cut outs.
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