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Old 06-22-2014, 06:07 PM   #13321
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Well so far this week, give or take a day or two, I have replaced the pitman arm, idler arm, driver side UCA, driver side Lower Ball Joint, and driver side CV axel, muffler and exhaust exit tubing.

I am really considering allowing the shop to do the Passenger side UCA and Lower ball joint because I am wiped the hell out right now.
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Old 06-22-2014, 06:16 PM   #13322
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Well so far this week, give or take a day or two, I have replaced the pitman arm, idler arm, driver side UCA, driver side Lower Ball Joint, and driver side CV axel, muffler and exhaust exit tubing.

I am really considering allowing the shop to do the Passenger side UCA and Lower ball joint because I am wiped the hell out right now.
wow lot of work there. congrats man haha. I bet she sounds good now though
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Old 06-22-2014, 06:35 PM   #13323
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wow lot of work there. congrats man haha. I bet she sounds good now though
Oh she does. Great tone without an unbearable amount of volume.
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Oh she does. Great tone without an unbearable amount of volume.
great combo lol, I have a very similar muffler I worried might be too loud till a couple forum members told me otherwise so thanks for the info
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great combo lol, I have a very similar muffler I worried might be too loud till a couple forum members told me otherwise so thanks for the info
Just cruising it is nice and quiet but when you get down on it it lets you know
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Just cruising it is nice and quiet but when you get down on it it lets you know
just how I like it lol. your truck's looking good by the way
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just how I like it lol. your truck's looking good by the way
Thank you much. I wish my body was as straight as yours
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haha thanks, yours don't show much for dents etc in the pics I've seen though. I like your wheels too
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Well so far this week, give or take a day or two, I have replaced the pitman arm, idler arm, driver side UCA, driver side Lower Ball Joint, and driver side CV axel, muffler and exhaust exit tubing. I am really considering allowing the shop to do the Passenger side UCA and Lower ball joint because I am wiped the hell out right now.
What muffler are you running
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Its the pypes m80 single in single out round style.
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