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Yeah but it will be a short week. I shouldn't have to work Sat since the boss is bringing his cars to the local car show and wants me to bring my rat. Should be a nice week, a little cooler just need some rain.
2002 f350 superduty crewcab long box 4x4
Jay your funny!
I had an interesting day yesterday. After I got off work in the a.m. I started to look for an electrical issue with my Ex. By the end of the day I have rebuilt my turbo???? Now how the heck does that happen!?
Thanks to Tom for supplying the parts on a hoilday. He took time out of his busy day and helped me out yet again!
I am waiting on parts to fix the electrical problem. What happend was my alt went out about a week ago. Installed new alt, then new alt was not working. returned for 2nd new alt, only showing batt voltage. Started trouble shooting.....eventually found bad fuseable link by pass batt. I think the old alt overvolted and wiped out the link? Anyway the 12ga fuseable link was not at the store, so I had to have it ordered.
The turbo rebuild was easy, and I would recommend it to purchasing a rebuilt, unless your turbo exploded, The hardest part was lining it all up on reinstall.
Yeah Jay your ok its June now! Lol After all we all make mistakes you just have to be careful who it's around or you won't ever live it down! haha
Hey Dale sounds like you got all wrapped up in your turbo rebuild! Funny how those things happen. I think you were talking about installing the WW when you were out here. I am assuming you got that in during the rebuild? Good thing Tom didnt have those parts in his toolbox or it might have taken longer to get them to you trying to figure out how to open his toolbox and all! Lol
'01 F250 CC SB 7.3 PSD, 160,000 miles, PHP tunes, BTS Trans, 6.0 trans cooler, 6637 w/Petes cover, DiPricol gauges, WW-II, HPX, IH bellowed up-pipes, MKO 5" exh.
'04 Ford Explorer XLT, 4.0, 63,000 miles
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