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Old 08-19-2010, 12:29 PM
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After hitting 6 stores, as I walked to the checkout in Pepboys, I realized I had 2 bottles of RP 75W-140 and 2) 75W-90 they had them all in one slot.
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Old 08-19-2010, 09:15 PM
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I gave the oil pan ( on the 2000 ex) and the front diff cover the Por-15 treatment!
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Degreased and power washed the engine bay today getting water in the power steering pump which lead to a power steering flush with merc 5.

Only things left now are new tires, trans flush, and pinion seal/diff fluid change. Then this X will be prime an good to go for the next 90K miles.
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Can someone post a pic of these late model differential covers please?
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Old 08-20-2010, 12:02 AM
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i washed mine up and worked on some of the scratches with rubbing compoud. my next step is to remove all the tar, clay bar it, compoud/buff the whole truck and then wax.
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Can someone post a pic of these late model differential covers please?
See X_Hemi_Guy's post #6
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/81...ial-cover.html
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Thanks howler, I was looking at CFR's website that has something similar in a polished aluminum. I may just go with them for slightly more.
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i washed mine up and worked on some of the scratches with rubbing compoud. my next step is to remove all the tar, clay bar it, compoud/buff the whole truck and then wax.


I just went threw all this not long ago with my X. I have found that regular gas works great for removing tar off the plastic running boards and lower skirts.
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I just went threw all this not long ago with my X. I have found that regular gas works great for removing tar off the plastic running boards and lower skirts.
Diesel fuel actually works better because it's less harsh on plastic.

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i used to use some great stuff from 3M but i went to buy some yesterday and could not find any! kinda pissed me off. so i'm gonna stop by a autobody store today and get some.
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Diesel fuel actually works better because it's less harsh on plastic.

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Yes the gas will dry out the plastic. After I got all my tar off I went back and oiled all the plastics with some plastic/trim conditioner.
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New tires came in! Went to buddies shop and mounted and balanced the tires myself. So far very happy with them!
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put a new pass side door lock actuator in. now all of them work! woohoo!
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