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  1. 24 Carat
    05-02-2016 12:30 PM - permalink
    24 Carat
    Hey Tim,
    My name is Brad. I am researching the capacitor replacement that I saw you commenting on and wondered how that experience turned out? Primarily I am searching for the properly rated capacitors for my 1995 F-150 5.0 Auto. Have you seen any other informative threads about our era of truck? Actually I had seen a thread with pictures and guidance at one time but haven't been able to find it now. Any help or advice is appreciated.
  2. born2ride
    12-16-2015 07:11 AM - permalink
    born2ride
    hey How did you make out with your ngs?Mike
  3. CampSpringsJohn
    11-18-2015 02:29 PM - permalink
    CampSpringsJohn
    I know when you offer advice, it is well documented with quotes from others, and/or links to articles backing up your points! I like that very much!
  4. SDElwood
    11-17-2015 12:54 PM - permalink
    SDElwood
    I don't have death wobble, but a bit of bump steer, and after reading your post, I think I will fabricate the dual opposing shock... it makes the most sense. I can tell that you've been through all the engineering and head scratching already, and done a thorough job. I really appreciate it. And like you, I read a lot too. Thanks buddy, cheers!
  5. F250_
    11-10-2015 02:03 PM - permalink
    F250_
    Tim, thanks for the encouragement, which is quite timely, and that just seems to be the only way HE works between us, isn't it? I'm working trough some "lifelong history" issues with a family member, and keeping a perspective of compassion is certainly required for me right now. Thanks again, Brother.
  6. HKusp
    08-31-2015 12:10 PM - permalink
    HKusp
    "If you want to see how much you mean to me, look at my hands, look at my side...I am for you, I’m not against you." Drops in the Ocean. "It's ok to act like you've been set free. His love has made you more than enough. So go ahead and be who he made you to be." Live Like You're Loved. "Words can build you up. Words can break you down. Start a fire in your heart or put it out." Words. All songs by Hawk Nelson

    Sounds very very Christlike to me...which is a GREAT thing.
  7. scotttahoe
    08-01-2015 12:55 AM - permalink
    scotttahoe
    Tim, Start with the second post and then continue to the first one. When I tried posting it all together it was to long so I had to cut and paste it into 2.
  8. scotttahoe
    08-01-2015 12:53 AM - permalink
    scotttahoe
    My roommate and his girlfriend brought home a dog for me to keep me company when I was laid up. At first I was like "a wiener dog I don't want that, I want a real dog." They said no way a big dog will yank me down a break me again. Well after a month of having him, he definitely got me back on my feet again which is probably why it was so hard to loose him.

    My brother lives down in Sac off of 50 (close to howl blvd I think) and next time I'm down, I would like to buy you a beer! Thanks again for the kind words.
  9. scotttahoe
    08-01-2015 12:52 AM - permalink
    scotttahoe
    Tim, this is very cool of you and is much appreciated. You helped me cope with this but still is very hard. It was too soon had him for only 2 years and trained him to be the dog he was. I have grown with dogs my whole life and know and expect this to happen eventually and is always hard, but the dogs I have had went from old age and saw it coming. This was totally unexpected to find him when I got home. I think maybe a car and he was trying to make it back home. The local dogs run free around here, but he was just to small to do that. He was my first small dog (always had golden retrievers) It was maybe a year and half after putting my golden down from old age I go and break my pelvis, so I was home alone and wanted another dog to keep me company and give me the strength to go out on walks and what not.
  10. Y2KW57
    06-09-2015 01:36 PM - permalink
    Y2KW57
    Thanks for the reps Tim!

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  • About Tim Hodgson
    Location
    Sacramento Delta, CA
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    CA
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    Econline or E-Series
    Year
    2002
    Current Mileage
    150,000 - 199,999
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
    Country of Residence
    US
  • Signature
    2002 E350 ext.; 160K; 7.3L; 4R100 (w/4x4 deep pan & filter); 4x4 conv. w/2007 F250/F350 coil frnt axle (oppos. dual Bilstein press. shocks cured DW) diff chg from 3.55 to 3.73 (bad!); BW 1356 t.c. (bad!); LT265/70R17/E Michelin LTX M/S2; Engel MT60 Combi Fridge-Freezer 12vdc; 4 BP 380J pv panels; Xantrex 3.0 Prosine Invert/Chrgr; Xantrex XW Solar Chrg Controller (MPPT); Auragen 5kw AC generator in top alt. position; Webasto Dual-Top diesel furnace/water heater; Sportsmobile Voyager top. 1995 EB Bronco 5.8L, bone stock.

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