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  1. I had this happen . Mine was able to move inward toward the center of the axle a bit then I took as small file and filed each spline and it slid off. I cleaned up the splines with a file on the axle and star before I re assembled.
  2. Yes it's a large Allen plug. I don't know what size Allen it is but I used a bolt that the head fit in the plug put 2 nuts on it backed right out and tightened it up.
  3. Yep that is a draw through. The red boot looks like it is clamped too low on the turbo. You should make sure all the clamps are tight the avoid leaks. K&n filters don't filter that good I would at least put an outerwear over the filter.
  4. Is this a carcraft sidedraft setup. Sounds like you may have suck in some sand and clogged a jet now it's leaning out under boost.
  5. I would check all the basics plugs, plug wires, timing, fuel pressure, fuel filter. Does your distributor have points ? If so make sure your points are good.
  6. you should start pre saturating the area where your track is going to be . figure your basic layout and run some water lines for future use. then when it cools grade it. take in consideration natural water flow to help eliminate ponding during rain season.maybe even create a pond to catch water for dust control.
  7. Try The Pro Shop I believe they are in Stanton.
  8. Check with Outback Storage on Taft. I used to dump there.
  9. I've used Norco diesel repair 951 739 0610 to replace my egr cooler. It's a small shop. I was happy with the job they had good reviews. There is a guy that is on YouTube that goes by diesel tech Ron he is in hemet he has as shop and will work from his home. The guy is legit check him out on YouTube. Diesel powerhouse looks like a good shop never had work done there but bought the oil additive rev x from them goood stuff .
  10. Nice! Looks a lot closer than my old scu (which was the closet match he had seen). The guy is tripping out. Said he's been researching for years and couldn't find one that close. That's why I love GD forum! Unfortunately I think Dennis closed his business I talked to him before New Years he still had the shop but was talking about closing down. The two guys in the photo are the brothers that own sandrail fabricators they worked for SBS.
  11. Kinda looks like a sand buggy supply.
  12. The wright gear box is in corona on Sampson.
  13. I've had luck with patches. Cleaned and buffed the area coated it with rubber cement and installed the patch.let the glue tak up before you install the patch.
  14. I own a ragen fsc 32. It's been a great trailer.bought it new in 07. Ragen was owned by the same owner as weekend warrior at the time. They had a different chassis manufacture than WW.get th generator now the only thing I regret is not getting a second a/c. If you can get it with 16" wheels an tires I woul do that. It will give you more Options for later replacements.
  15. looks like you have a hose clamp on the axle side. I would take that off. I make sure there is grease between the axle and boot and use a zip tie loose enough so the boot will slip still.

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