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superduty-list Digest Sun, 17 Dec 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 064

In This Issue:
Slipping and Oiling
Re: Slipping and Oiling
VOPC information

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From: "Bart Ogden" <abartogden QuixNet.net>
Subject: Slipping and Oiling
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2000 11:19:05 -0600


We have ice in Kansas right now and yesterday I noticed that, in reverse, my
limited slip rear axle was not turning on one side.  I was backing a trailer
into place and never thought about not having traction action when backing
up.  Anyone know if this is normal or should I have it checked out.

Also, for all my fellow kerosene burners out there - do you have an oily
film around the turbocharger area on the engine?  Every 3000 miles, my air
filter has to be replaced because it looks so bad.  The indicator hasn't
popped into "change" mode, but there is definitely a need to replace due to
the crud on the filter.

Sincerely,
A. Bart Ogden, President
Home Safe Chimney Services, Inc.
Wichita, Kansas
www.homesafeks.com
Member NCSG & KGPCS
C.S.I.A. CCS#2653, C-DET #10
homesafe quixnet.net


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From: Kyle Porter <KGP kha.com>
Subject: Re: Slipping and Oiling
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2000 12:22:54 -0600


Is your truck 4x4 ????   And is keros. cheaper than Diesel ?

-----Original Message-----
From: Bart Ogden [mailto:abartogden QuixNet.net]
Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2000 11:19 AM
To: superduty-list ford-trucks.com
Subject: [superduty-list] Slipping and Oiling



We have ice in Kansas right now and yesterday I noticed that, in reverse, my
limited slip rear axle was not turning on one side.  I was backing a trailer
into place and never thought about not having traction action when backing
up.  Anyone know if this is normal or should I have it checked out.

Also, for all my fellow kerosene burners out there - do you have an oily
film around the turbocharger area on the engine?  Every 3000 miles, my air
filter has to be replaced because it looks so bad.  The indicator hasn't
popped into "change" mode, but there is definitely a need to replace due to
the crud on the filter.

Sincerely,
A. Bart Ogden, President
Home Safe Chimney Services, Inc.
Wichita, Kansas
www.homesafeks.com
Member NCSG & KGPCS
C.S.I.A. CCS#2653, C-DET #10
homesafe quixnet.net


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From: "Dorris, Jason E" <Jason.Dorris MW.Boeing.com>
Subject: VOPC information
Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2000 13:21:56 -0600


looking over the diesel.com site, I came across this page that used to tell
you how to check on the status of your truck.  what is VOPC and is it still
available.  if it is, I am sure some of you still have the info needed to
call and find the status.  if someone does can you please send me the info.
if you would rather not give out the info can you check for me.  just let me
know what info you need from me.
thanks
jason






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