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Old 01-27-2013, 01:25 PM
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Tax Time!

Sup its phil I would like to know on average how much would it cost to Rebuild My engine on my ranchero Its tax time and right now i am running a scrap hauling business with my ranchero.

I am thinking relativity it should be expensive but inexpensive. I also have to find a new noise supressor for my alternator because i get feed back from my amplifier. in my stereo.
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:32 PM
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Well first we need to know what engine you have?
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Old 01-27-2013, 03:45 PM
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Wow, havent been to this forum in months. Lo and behold Philly still be trollin...
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Tou could power your AMP straight from the battery through a toggle switch and ground it as well from the battery and you will loose all the back feed from alternator, just a thought.
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Run your power straight from the battery. Put an in-line fuse and use a capacitor for the system. I haven't had an issue doing that.

What are you all wanting to do in the rebuild? Adding any aftermarket stuff or just rebuilding what you got on it?
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Well first we need to know what engine you have?
400m but i decided to get a new truck its too small for my scrap business... I need at least a bed that can fit up to 500 pounds + scrap steel and a couple of 100 pounds of copper... going back to ye ol f series.
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Wow, havent been to this forum in months. Lo and behold Philly still be trollin...
ok first off drop the stuff at the door avoided.... I got bigger plans then your bs i got a family now. If you cannot act like a adult then don't post....
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Run your power straight from the battery. Put an in-line fuse and use a capacitor for the system. I haven't had an issue doing that.

What are you all wanting to do in the rebuild? Adding any aftermarket stuff or just rebuilding what you got on it?
not sure now but i changed my mind I just need to upgrade to F series again. My system was hooked up by me and was done with the proper prosedure on the paper work when i got the kit.

My wife's professionally installed stereo is doing it now too.. our area we live in must have some type of weird magnetic pole.
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