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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-01-2019, 02:25 PM
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I would buy parts for it as an LBZ according to my research,
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Just curious thought the LBZ had the egr system on it? You can see it on the pictures?

Yes these have an egr.

Maybe you already came across this?


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Just curious thought the LBZ had the egr system on it? You can see it on the pictures?

Yes these have an egr.

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Yes I did thank you! Well I’m going on Tuesday to make another last look at it and then decide from there to pull the trigger they will check the balance rates too, they are a diesel service facility they will even let me put it on the lift, isn’t spec +-.3 at operating temp?
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post #14 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-06-2019, 10:12 AM
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IMO that undercoat is all along the bottom to hide rust. I'm in the same area. Winter road treatment ruins every vehicle here.

My advice is crawl under it and look for deteration. It's not an issue of mileage here, its the number of winter's driven in.
x3 on what he said, seems like a putting makeup on a pig! ive never treated a truck with any under coat unless i had a rust issue.
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