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  1. Interested. Location?
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    So it begins, My Gen 5 summer 2018 conversion, Outfront Style

    John, all this info on the aem computer, is it recording or just instant display. Seems like a lot to view while your all out on it driving. Might be too much info if you know what I mean.
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    So it begins, My Gen 5 summer 2018 conversion, Outfront Style

    I'm not sticking my finger in your turbo.
  4. So, we are getting ready to start up an engine (Detroit Diesel) that we just rebuilt. I am asking one of my guys to keep a look out and shut it down if needed. I have to go up into the flybridge to turn on ignitions and start them up. My guy says, give me a few minuets to get into position. I ask why, what are you doing? He then tells me he is going to put his fingers into both turbos. He is going to keep the compressor wheels from turning while the engine builds oil pressure. Then he will release. Holy Chit!!!! I stop where we are at. I call him out of the engine room and we go for a walk on the docks to talk about this and how this is not what we do and how on earth he came up with this idea.
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    REV-X Transaxle lube

    Bumpitdy
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    Hi....I’m new!

    You cheated. See above
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    Hi....I’m new!

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  8. Grease Monkey

    Nothing better than having Glamis to yourself

    If the trailer is missing registration, plate or expired it will be cited and towed. Otherwise its not a problem. Went thru this exact same scenario last year with @Yarder 's trailer.
  9. Grease Monkey

    Planning on ordering 2018 2500 HD LTZ

    Looks good
  10. It's time and after some research it seems the new model bugs (2017) have been worked out. Need some opinions from the masses. Plans: Lift 3-4 inches. Is Cognito the way to go? Wheels and tires. 33-34 overall. Any cutting of the body or bumper needed with this new model? Amp retractable steps. This still a good choice? Then the shocks. Fox or king for the look and feel. Truck can be ordered this weekend. Built and delivered in 8 weeks or less. I've never lifted a truck and don't own any flat billed hats so would appreciate any guidance. I also don't want to bring a ladder or step stool to get in my truck. That's why I'm limiting the lift to three inch. Should provide a clean look and function. LMK. Thanks.
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    Looking for good easy info. Setting timing on 2.0 Subi

    Thanks everyone. Think he was fighting a worn stretched belt. Was eager to hear the engine run after multitude of changes. Should be running tonight.
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    Put your fingers in the turbo???????????????

    Indeed, I couldn't argue as to why he wanted to do it.
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    Put your fingers in the turbo???????????????

    His reply, His previous employer instructed him to do that. He says he has done this many time. I laughed as I know his previous boss. I trained him too. I have never even considered such a task let alone will I allow or condone this. All of my staff is trained to pre lube the oil system and even if its just a turbo replacement we pre lube the turbo.
  14. Time change everyone. Fall back. Hate it. Flame on. Oh well, back on topic Helping on the sandrail again. Sunday prep for the departure to Glamis later in the week. You all have fun and be safe.
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    Looking for a Funco

    Wow, Thanks for sharing your experience. Can't imagine why anyone would grind off those numbers. This is helpful for any buyer.
  16. Grease Monkey

    So it begins, My Gen 5 summer 2018 conversion, Outfront Style

    If people are watching you from behind, you must be leading the blue hair group thru the dunes.
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    It's Saturday 11/3/18 what are you doing this weekend?

    Mi Casa is da chit.
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    What're You Listening to Now?

    Depeche Mode Fly on The Windscreen
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    Halloween Funny Stuff.........

  20. Grease Monkey

    Tired, But Home

    Welcome back now get to work. I need a laptop, my office computer had the blue screen of death and im sure you didnt just visit half naked men.
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    Halloween Funny Stuff.........

    Keep it G rated In General chat Gentlemen!
  22. Grease Monkey

    Planning on ordering 2018 2500 HD LTZ

    Wonder if they have a trade in option. Send in my stock ones?
  23. Working again. You all be safe and have fun. Looks like the camp rzr is going off.
  24. Renewed my ASA membership and received another gift card. Thank you ASA and Rocky Mountain. But now what to buy. What have you purchased with it? I'm thinking gloves, balaclava or something similar.
  25. Grease Monkey

    CV grease

    I ran the redline cv grease last year with new grey area race prepped 930 cv's. Used a grease needle mid season added 1/4 tube to each cv. Full tear down service this summer. Grease liquified a little with red drips from the boots when pulled back but to my surprise.... All 4 cv's were still well lubed, showed no wear from lack of lube, and have cleaned and repacked with new redline cv grease. YMMV Subi 450 hp mendi 2d

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