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Old 06-09-2014, 12:18 PM
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Guess who's tranmission came in 5 days early?? Guy said he can do gears and trans in a day and a half at the most,so I just need my truck back from ford now lol. She should be set by the weekend!
Its going to be a whole new animal
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Its going to be a whole new animal
I'm exicted to take it out with the gears lol. Now I just need an sct tuner and exhaust. Depending on how the truck feels I might go 38s instead of 40s,I'll just have to see how it moves with 37s first
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First cost of clear after I cleaned ash off then
Starting to look nice krack499!

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Originally Posted by Jackedup00 View Post
Guess who's tranmission came in 5 days early?? Guy said he can do gears and trans in a day and a half at the most,so I just need my truck back from ford now lol. She should be set by the weekend!
Who's transmission was it
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Starting to look nice krack499!

Thanks I posted a final pic somewhere in here
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Hopefully my Motorcraft plug wires will be here in the next few days. That should fix my missfire. That would be my whole ignition system changed beside the computer.
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Who's transmission was it

Thanks I posted a final pic somewhere in here
Idk,it just showed up. Looks like it goes to a honda civic but with some fab work it will do
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Originally Posted by Welder7018 View Post
Hopefully my Motorcraft plug wires will be here in the next few days. That should fix my missfire. That would be my whole ignition system changed beside the computer.
Hope that fixes it,if not it could be a fuel problem
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I was worried this morning coming to work my water temp gauge pegged after less then 2 mins of driving then I realized that wasn't enough time to warm up an engine so I went on the autometer website to trouble shoot looked under the q&a and sure enough there was "electric short sweep gauge peg" looks like they say it's a ground issue sometimes caused from the nut on the back of the gauge being loose which makes sense since I had to take it off to get the light socket to lock in I musta not tightened it all the way when I put it back on
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Idk,it just showed up. Looks like it goes to a honda civic but with some fab work it will do
I'd get one from a Subaru or Evo since they're awd that way it'll just bolt up to your 4x4 truck
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Originally Posted by Krack499 View Post
I'd get one from a Subaru or Evo since they're awd that way it'll just bolt up to your 4x4 truck
Yall are goin to have some kid believe this is possible lol
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