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Old 09-02-2014, 04:07 PM   #15841
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Yea, bottom ones smaller and is the breather. Tops larger for the IAC.

Why are you changing it back?
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Old 09-02-2014, 04:20 PM   #15842
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Yea, bottom ones smaller and is the breather. Tops larger for the IAC. Why are you changing it back?
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Old 09-02-2014, 04:24 PM   #15843
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Doubt that will fix that unless everything wasn't tight. Is your MAF oring still in place?
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Old 09-02-2014, 04:28 PM   #15844
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Is it normal for mud tires to throw gravel? Cause today as the first day of school and I got gravel parking lot and when I was leaving and going down the road I was hearing these things keep hitting my truck. And at first it scared me and I was like wtf is that but realized it was probably gravel. I just don't want it to tear up my paint
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Is it normal for mud tires to throw gravel? Cause today as the first day of school and I got gravel parking lot and when I was leaving and going down the road I was hearing these things keep hitting my truck. And at first it scared me and I was like wtf is that but realized it was probably gravel. I just don't want it to tear up my paint
Lol get used to it bro. Offroad tires are hell on paint, my flares are starting to show the wear from rock pecks.
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Yeah i think previous owner would carry 2x4's and lay them on the roof instead of the tailgate. plus like blupupher said South Texas weather will mess with your paint, 110 degrees one day then cold and wet the next..... plus that sun will just eat up your paint if you dont take care of it
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Doubt that will fix that unless everything wasn't tight. Is your MAF oring still in place?
It's worth a shot, I heard about people check engine light coming on after installing a CAI. And yes sir, the oring was still there.
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Lol get used to it bro. Offroad tires are hell on paint, my flares are starting to show the wear from rock pecks.
Haha it's fine with me, I just wanted to make sure it really was gravel and my truck wasn't killing its self or something lol
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It's worth a shot, I heard about people check engine light coming on after installing a CAI. And yes sir, the oring was still there.
Is your MAF sensor clean?
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Is it normal for mud tires to throw gravel? Cause today as the first day of school and I got gravel parking lot and when I was leaving and going down the road I was hearing these things keep hitting my truck. And at first it scared me and I was like wtf is that but realized it was probably gravel. I just don't want it to tear up my paint
Mud tires are designed to sling whatever is under them.
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