Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums - View Profile: hairyboxnoogle



hairyboxnoogle is gaining momentum as a positive member of FTE.hairyboxnoogle is gaining momentum as a positive member of FTE.

hairyboxnoogle hairyboxnoogle is online now

Post Fiend

Visitor Messages

Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 10 of 59
  1. IDIoit
    12-21-2016 10:52 PM - permalink
    IDIoit
    ill have to look tomorrow, I think only 3, and the 4th maybe on the oil cooler? ill get back to you tomorrow
  2. Macrobb
    03-05-2016 10:53 PM - permalink
    Macrobb
    Um, there is one spring inside. Use a small flat-blade screwdriver to get the spring-clip out, then turn it over and dump the parts out. There should be a round plate with a hole in the center and a cup for the pushrod, then a flat disk about .020 thick, then a piston piece that takes up much of the inside of the lifter. *under* that piston, you have a (weak) spring. And that's it.
  3. IDIoit
    01-31-2016 09:48 AM - permalink
    IDIoit
    cast iron caliper paint (darker)
    cast aluminum caliper paint (lighter)
  4. natnovus
    01-12-2016 01:45 PM - permalink
    natnovus
    That's kinda bizarre. The manufactures of the kits ship them all the time? Wonder what they do. I have shipped huge items before simply by weight. Oh well, guess I'll keep my eyes peeled for a local kit or prowl the junkyards to find one. Thanks for checking for me though.
    Nate
  5. natnovus
    01-06-2016 09:07 AM - permalink
    natnovus
    That's nuts. I've shipped transmissons, engine cradles, whole car interiors without paying that much. You must be a long way from NC. I'm going to have to pass, unfonately I can't really just spending over half the cost of the item just to ship it. Shame. Good luck selling it.
  6. typefour
    01-03-2016 03:58 PM - permalink
    typefour
    Im sure they need a light touch on the face, If they are good I would run them. Mine are stainless so if any need replaced these are a better deal.
    I lap the valves after grinding FYI. So make sure the shop is doing a good job.
  7. natnovus
    12-22-2015 04:11 PM - permalink
    natnovus
    ok. just let me know when you find out.
  8. natnovus
    12-16-2015 07:20 AM - permalink
    natnovus
    Any word on shipping costs?
  9. Ford F834
    12-15-2015 07:46 PM - permalink
    Ford F834
    I work a 6-6 overnight shift, so yes and yes...
  10. natnovus
    12-08-2015 11:25 AM - permalink
    natnovus
    Ok. Thanks.

About Me

  • About hairyboxnoogle
    Location
    Jordan Valley, OR
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    OR
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-350
    Year
    1979
    Current Mileage
    250,000 or more
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
  • Signature
    '92 F-250 XLT - Supercab, 7.3IDI, ATS 088, ZF-5, D50 SAS-PMF 2.25" RSK / 10.5LS, SD e-fuel, HPC e-fans, H1 projectors.
    '79 F-350 Custom - Supercab Flareside, 7.3IDI, HX-35, ZF-5/ NP205, D60 / 10.25, homebrew 5.5" lift
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by tjc transport View Post
    because everyone and their brother knows for a fact that the gold plated cummings will run for 3 million miles while making 5000 hp and getting 65 MPG

Statistics

Total Posts
Albums
Visitor Messages
General Information
  • Last Activity: Today 06:28 PM
  • Join Date: 04-18-2008
  • Referrals: 0

Friends

Showing Friends 1 to 10 of 18

Social Profiles

Instant Messaging
Send an Instant Message to hairyboxnoogle Using...
This Page
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/member.php?u=464344

All times are GMT -5. The time now is 06:50 PM.