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  1. http://www.dieselpowerproducts.com/p-4626-...p38-170293.aspx
  2. You are hearing your turbo surge. It's very common on 7.3 powerstroke under a load. My f550 does the same thing. The fix is to put a wicked wheel on the intake side of the turbo. And you can also do a ported compressor housing. Or a GTP 38R garret turbo.
  3. With F450-550 along with Kodiaks have 4:30 to 4.88 rear gears so they pull good but only to 65 mph. Very stable and will be worry free but mileage will be crappy. But a f-350 or 3500 with 3:73 will pull faster on the top end and get a little better mileage.
  4. Well the trailer are stored at my company's yard in coachella. It not a great part of town and the ended up cutting the fence to get in. It's at the end of a dead end road so once they got in they had all the time they needed. No cameras but we both have progressive insurance. Called the cops and they came And made a report he said they have had couple generators stolen in the past months. No cameras either.
  5. Well went to go check on me and my dads trailer in storage. Tried to start the generators and nothing. Go outside to open the compartment to see what's wrong and there is no generator there. Checked my dads as well and nothing there. Cut the fuel lines, cut all the electrical has been cut as well. Also ripped apart the compartment doors. Friggin thieves it hard to keep any thing thats nice. And they are both weekend warrior with the onan 5500 marquis. So does any one have an idea to make are generators thieve proof.
  6. You need to take it to the dealer. The intergraded brake controler has the ability to store codes. On my work truck I had a tbc fault aswell and it ended up the tbc main computer. 412.00 later it's been problem free.
  7. x 3 Sounds like you overloaded it according to the WW specs. A Honda weights probably close to 3000lbs. The TH gvwr is 13,000 lbs on your th. Its empty weight according to the scales when I just put my 07 fsw 3200 on them, empty, was over 11,130lbs. But, the late model WW weights, UVW/GVWR/CCC/load capacity/etc, are all fugged up. A guy that was in management of WW in their last years told me they all use to stand around the TH and look at it, then decide ya it looks like ***** weight... So put that on the sticker... Don't know if that is true, just something I was told, but looking at their stickers I wouldn't doubt it. My triple 6000lbs axle TH has a 18,000lbs axle capacity. The tongue on my FSW 3200 has a 24,000lbs certification stamped on it. And the pin is close to 2000lbs with water but unloaded. So if you go by their 13,000gvwr, and the uvw on the scales of 11,130lbs (sticker says UVW 9640lbs,total BS), if it is filled with water, fuel, propane, battery bank, and maybe a second a/c, you are almost at GVWR WITH NO TOYS and no supplies, cloths bedding tools, etc.??? The TH gvwr is 13,000???, but has 18,000lbs axle capacity? Some one explain that to me ? How much can it really carry safely? I had South Cal RV Doctor do my frame upgrade. They added 4 cross members. Moire than a dozen new heavy duty thick welded in extra additional outriggers. And they heavily beefed up all the oem outriggers that were not replaced with the heavy duty RVdoctor outriggers. They have a jig for the WW frames and know exactly what to do. My TH never had any wall sag or other obvious issues. It just failed the bounce test and I wanted to upgrade it so if I wanted to go boon docking it would be strong as possible. It is noticeably more solid now. Don't get me wrong, I love my WW FSW 3200, it really has been good to me. Just don't like the under engineered outrigger wall supports of the Lippert/Zieman frames used on 90% of all TH, and the incorrect WW weights/capacities... Fortunately RV Doctor can upgrade the Lippert/Zieman frames to be better than new. But we are still left with very questionable GVWR/CCC specs. jmo We have 6 inch C channel frames on our fsw3200s witch is pretty sturdy but has 6000 pound axles but only a 13000 gvw rating. My dads 06 cl4005 has 12inch C channel frame with 6000 pound axles and a original weight sticker of 15000 gvw. Then 3 years later a new sticker is given to us that says 18000 gvw but still came from the factory with 15 inch load range D tires. And why did only the Fsw in 07 and 08 get 16 inch tires and wheels. Makes no sense al all.
  8. Well the civic i had in there just has one seat and a motor all interior is stripped out. it weighs 2200 pounds. I have had alot more weight in there before but its spread out where the cars weight is really over 2 wheels. I have no sighns of the exterior bowing at all. I know what they do to fix the issues but if the outriggers are all straight they are just going to brace the existing one because there in good shape. but that doesnt get the cabinet to meet back up with wall in the kitchen. My dad has a 2006 cl4005 and same issue but we could not get the slide to com in at all. Took it to jim at socal rv doctor and got it all fixed. I have the trailer to go off of to fix mine but i guess ill get under there this weekend and see if i can find anything thats ground breaking.
  9. We I have had my trailer for almost 4 years and it's been the best trailer we ever owned. Not 1 single problem. I recently put a honda civic hatchback in my trailer to move it out of storage and I drove to the place where I keep the trailer maybe 6 miles. Where the car stayed inside for maybe 2 weeks. When I pulled the car out I noticed up by the front kitchen cabinet it Pulled of the wall about a 1/4 of a inch and same on the other side. Checked all my out riggers and they are all strait as an arrow. Is this from the walls dropping because of weight and now since its empty is there still an issue.
  10. John wood in holtville ca. He know for his ford trannys but also does dodges.
  11. Where are you getting all your parts for the rear air suspention?
  12. Yep i got an air leak as well. it will leak about 40 pounds of air overnight. I tried tracking down the leak but there is alot of lines going to the back. I didnt have any luck. And mine is loud too i might switch it out to one of the big viair compressor. And i think john is now adding a tru-cool style cooler instead of the 6.0 cooler. he says they work better and about 150.00 cheaper. http://www.viaircorp.com/Industrial/450CIG.html I think I'm going to give that Viair a shot...they want $900 for the replacement GAST compressor...crazy. Wonder how loud the Viair is and if it'll hold up OK. I think I'll call them tomorrow and talk to a tech. Well let me know what viair says about are application. I would also like to replace that loud compressor as well.
  13. Yep i got an air leak as well. it will leak about 40 pounds of air overnight. I tried tracking down the leak but there is alot of lines going to the back. I didnt have any luck. And mine is loud too i might switch it out to one of the big viair compressor. And i think john is now adding a tru-cool style cooler instead of the 6.0 cooler. he says they work better and about 150.00 cheaper. http://www.viaircorp.com/Industrial/450CIG.html
  14. We have an 02 f-550 4x4 with the same bed and same air suspention. Being in cali anything over 14000 gvw you do not need to worry about emmisions. I added a air gauge to see how much air i had in my tank for the air suspention. I also put on 245/75/19.5 tires, 1 size bigger helps bring down hwy rpms. They also have all the same trans coolers the 250 and 350. We just had john wood do his towmaster trans and that has been the best mod yet.

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