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Anything Else For Sale or Wanted / Re: 8 to 10 lug dually adapters 8x6.5 to 10 lug - $550
« Last post by MrC. on January 14, 2018, 05:45:42 PM »
Hey Ed,

You seem to be the guy to ask,
What if any other trucks, run the same bolt pattern as the 10 lug 3500HD's?
seems like alot of steel wheels are available but not many aluminum. I have been searching CL for RV wheels but so far all have steelies and simulators.

Does anyone make an adaptor to go from our GM 10 lug to the more common ford/dodge 10-lug?

Thanks,
MrC.
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Tech - Help Area / Re: Steering parts and part numbers?
« Last post by heavyloader on January 14, 2018, 05:33:39 PM »
I need to replace the long tie rod end that goes from the axle to the steering box. any part numbers will help
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Off Topic Items-Politics-Jokes etc / Age and location mod installed
« Last post by ED-NY on January 14, 2018, 09:57:34 AM »
FYI:  Just "re-installed" the Age and Location Modification,  include your location in your profile so it appears in your post.
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Tech - Help Area / Re: Steering parts and part numbers?
« Last post by RPF207 on January 14, 2018, 08:29:02 AM »
Is it the tie rod end you are replacing or the actual “link” (as in the threaded hollow tube between tie rod ends?
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Tech - Help Area / Steering parts and part numbers?
« Last post by heavyloader on January 13, 2018, 07:05:29 PM »
 I need to replace my drag link on my Monroe 4x4 conversion. Does anyone know the part numbers on what to order? The two wheel drive version is has a bend in it but my 4x4 is straight. Thanks in advance.
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Anything Else For Sale or Wanted / 8 to 10 lug dually adapters 8x6.5 to 10 lug - $550
« Last post by ED-NY on January 13, 2018, 12:37:17 PM »
Not mine down the road from me:

https://plattsburgh.craigslist.org/wto/d/8-to-10-lug-dually-adapters/6456601055.html


Set of adapters to run semi wheels or American Force wheels on a dually. The lug pattern is 8x6.5.

These adapters are $1000 new. $550 OBO
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Anything Else For Sale or Wanted / 454 Fuel Injection System
« Last post by ED-NY on January 12, 2018, 01:44:05 PM »
Not mine.....FYI Only

Used Chevy 454 Fuel Injection System.

Includes:
Intake - Upper & Lower
Throttle Body
Fuel Rail with Injectors
Map Sensor
Custom 1227727 Plug-n-Play Harness with 454 Injector Harness Adapter Included
1227727 ECM
Stock Performance 454 PROM Chip

Asking $885, buyer pays actual shipping cost.


Link:

http://www.gearhead-efi.com/Fuel-Injection/showthread.php?6985-454-Fuel-Injection-System
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Body-Interior-Electrical / Re: factory electric fan issue / help
« Last post by someotherguy on January 10, 2018, 12:04:37 PM »
   That fan is in place to keep the head pressure down in the ac compressor. And is controlled by the high pressure switch in the high side line on top of the ac compressor. unplug  the connector and jump the plug the  fan should come on if all relays and fuse are good.
While you're right I think that's only half the story.  In general those aux cooling fans are designed to come into play in two scenarios - if A/C compressor head pressure reaches a certain threshold, OR if engine coolant temp reaches a certain threshold.  I could be wrong...but memory tells me this is the case in most of the arrangements and is why the engines in the vehicles I was working on had a secondary coolant sensor in the passenger side head.  Otherwise they would just have a pipe plug there.

Richard
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Tech - Help Area / Re: Lubrication
« Last post by Blackmamba on January 09, 2018, 02:40:12 PM »
Great thanks!
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Body-Interior-Electrical / Re: factory electric fan issue / help
« Last post by ROAD on January 08, 2018, 12:38:10 PM »
   That fan is in place to keep the head pressure down in the ac compressor. And is controlled by the high pressure switch in the high side line on top of the ac compressor. unplug  the connector and jump the plug the  fan should come on if all relays and fuse are good.
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