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  1. Christof13T
    06-29-2014 10:39 AM - permalink
    Christof13T
    Dangit Jason! Your pm box is full lol
  2. truck7575
    04-14-2014 02:24 AM - permalink
    truck7575
    i saw your name mentioned in a post as being really experienced at pulling a 7.3 out of an excursion. Let me give you a little background on my situation.. I have an 2003 X and I have a timing cover that needs to be replaced, the mating surface for the water pump has completely corroded away and i can no longer get it to seal. I realize this means the timing cover needs to be replaced.. I know this requires at minimum lifting the engine but to be done right i need to pull the engine. I have 315000K Miles and it runs great! I have rebuilt everything on top of the motor and now it looks like im gonna need to pull the motor, while out i was gonna swap in a reman motor and heads just cause the job is so big. My question to you is what all needs to come off of the top of the motor in order to pull it out if i remove the front of the truck. Any advice for this job, any pictures you may have? What all actually needs to come off of motor to get it out? Thanks Rick
  3. glockholiday
    01-11-2014 06:27 AM - permalink
    glockholiday
    This is regarding a post of yours in 2011 about your 255/85/16 Toyo M55 tires.

    I've got a 2002 F350 CC Dually 4x4 with 265/75/16's on it now and they are a little too wide for the rear but I'm going to wear them out.

    My next tires I would like a little taller, and since I don't want to listen to a BFG mud terrain I'm going with the Toyo's. To my question, is your truck any higher than stock, friends are telling me the 255/85/16 might rub in the front when turning, I don't think so but you're the first person I've found with them to ask, any rubbing?
  4. housedad
    10-18-2013 12:42 PM - permalink
    housedad
    Thank you for the Reps! a little late on the thanks, but I don't look very often. LOL
  5. woodnthings
    08-27-2013 09:50 PM - permalink
    woodnthings
    Thanks for the reps Brother!
  6. CampSpringsJohn
    08-27-2013 02:25 PM - permalink
    CampSpringsJohn
    Appreciate the reps Jason!
  7. Deluxe06
    08-17-2013 04:08 PM - permalink
    Deluxe06
    Hey Jason thanks for the RRE reps bro, tried to return the favor and i'm in jail. I guess i need to spread the love some more.
  8. mercquicksilver
    05-09-2013 12:01 PM - permalink
    mercquicksilver
    How is the 6003rs pilot bearing holding up?
  9. tdpower
    02-11-2013 08:34 PM - permalink
    tdpower
    Thanks for the reps. Hopefully you get your truck fixed and work picks up for you!
  10. RavageX
    02-08-2013 04:00 PM - permalink
    RavageX
    Noticed the excursion towing the huge toy hauler in your sig, how did it handle that big of a trailer? I'm guessing you were pushing 22000 GVWR?

About Me

  • About SkySkiJason
    Biography
    perpetual tinkerer - travel all over US for work
    Location
    N.GA Mountains
    Interests
    (2) boys in elementary school, Hydrofoil Water Ski (Sky Ski/Air Chair), camping, hiking and VO for fuel!
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    GA
    Country
    United States
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-350
    Year
    2001
    Current Mileage
    250,000 or more
    Miles per year
    50,000 - 74,999
  • Signature
    2001 F350 CC flatbed - headstuds, AC codes, T4/S366, custom leather interior, '07 facelift, big honkin bumper, 180k miles on DIY veggie conversion and a few other things...
    2000 Excursion, Limited, 4x4, BTS trans, 120k on veggie! - wrecked spring 2013 - RIP
    veggiegarage.com authorized installer

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  • Last Activity: 09-17-2014 01:28 PM
  • Join Date: 07-30-2008
  • Referrals: 2

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