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Old 02-09-2019, 09:41 AM   #11141
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Old 02-09-2019, 11:53 AM   #11142
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It's just a Dodge, not really worth the effort.
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Current project....

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Hold over from my spark plug days...

Did the passenger side first 3 hours---drivers side 45 minutes....

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Are those pushrods?
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Are those pushrods?
There are push rods in a few of the pictures, but those are glow plugs. Cylinder #3 had failed. This caused the Service Engine Soon light to come on. Here they test diesels, they wouldn't test it with the light on, so I had to fix it. Had no affect on the running of the truck.

The truck has almost 400K on it, for the $56.00 the 8 glow plugs cost might as well do all 8. I broke the under valve cover connector lock, I had to solder on a new one.

Suckiest part is they charge $50.00 for the emission test.

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There are push rods in a few of the pictures, but those are glow plugs. Cylinder #3 had failed. This caused the Service Engine Soon light to come on. Here they test diesels, they wouldn't test it with the light on, so I had to fix it. Had no affect on the running of the truck.

The truck has almost 400K on it, for the $56.00 the 8 glow plugs cost might as well do all 8. I broke the under valve cover connector lock, I had to solder on a new one.

Suckiest part is they charge $50.00 for the emission test.

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Stupid valve cover wiring harnesses suck.

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Stupid valve cover wiring harnesses suck.

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Agreed. Time and heat take its toll on them.

For the number of miles, absolutely no sludge anywhere in the head or on the rocker covers. A testament to proper maintenance.

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Agreed. Time and heat take its toll on them.



For the number of miles, absolutely no sludge anywhere in the head or on the rocker covers. A testament to proper maintenance.



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400k miles, like 80 oil changes at 75 bucks each.

I am almost to 235k.
Just rebuilt front end, tonight I am redoing rear axle, brakes, wheel cylinders, hardware, bearings, seals, etc.

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400k miles, like 80 oil changes at 75 bucks each.

I am almost to 235k.
Just rebuilt front end, tonight I am redoing rear axle, brakes, wheel cylinders, hardware, bearings, seals, etc.

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I did the suspension and full rebuild of the brakes about 10years ago. Time to see it the suspension needs freshening.

Brakes are not an issue anymore.

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What shop did you use, or did you go a kit route?

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**** doesnst move around on you??

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Working on a kitchen and the client wants a cutting board that is removable. Had to put a hole in it so he can wipe mulch waste into his mulch container.





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Wonder what company will steal it from me. They stole my trash container pullout. I'd been making them for years and then I started seeing them come out.
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Wonder what company will steal it from me. They stole my trash container pullout. I'd been making them for years and then I started seeing them come out.
You don't need to worry anymore, Leo. JAWS Construction, Inc Cabinet/Millwork Division just stole it

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Hey wait a second.... There's no JAW's Cabinet/Millwork Division
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We do a drawer with a paper towel area and room for bag storage. We’re doing two over the next few days. I’ll post some pics when they’re completed.

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