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Old 10-03-2018, 03:16 PM
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I have what I assume to be a OEM hitch if anyone is interested in Denver. Shipping would be prohibitive
 
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Energy Suspension Track Bar bushings for cost of shipping them. These are NOT for the Early '99....Late 99 and later. They are the 21mm eyelet openings. Early is 15mm. Lemme know or I'd be willing to trade for something cool. Whatcha got? LOL
 
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Energy Suspension Track Bar bushings for cost of shipping them. These are NOT for the Early '99....Late 99 and later. They are the 21mm eyelet openings. Early is 15mm. Lemme know or I'd be willing to trade for something cool. Whatcha got? LOL
Iíll take the bushings!
 
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Iíll take the bushings!
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Zerk Fitting to use at ABS

I have one of these that Scott (Texas Outlaw) IIRC, sent me for free back in the day. I will send it to anyone in the lower 48 that wants it. I found it in my tool box a while back and there isn't any reason for me to have it so I will pay it forward.

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It is in the mail to a new home.
 
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HPx is gone!

 
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I'm interested.
 
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Longshot. Anyone happen to have an unneeded .84 turbine housing laying around?
 
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Longshot. Anyone happen to have an unneeded .84 turbine housing laying around?
A a matter of fact...I do.
 
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Another long shot...looking for an E99 pedestal with the EBPV part still intact. I can't delete as I have an exhaust brake.
 
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Another long shot...looking for an E99 pedestal with the EBPV part still intact. I can't delete as I have an exhaust brake.
I should have that, let me check. What is wrong with yours?
 
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I should have that, let me check. What is wrong with yours?
That would be great Mark. Mine is functional, but leaking some and I would rather build rebuild one and have it ready to swap than have my truck down for any length of time. I have read that rebuilding that cylinder is trial and error sometimes.
 
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Old 12-01-2018, 10:08 AM
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That would be great Mark. Mine is functional, but leaking some and I would rather build rebuild one and have it ready to swap than have my truck down for any length of time. I have read that rebuilding that cylinder is trial and error sometimes.
It's out there...now let's talk about your first born son.

Since you don't really need it a trade would be in order...otherwise I would be shirking my responsibilities as a hoarder.
 
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It's out there...now let's talk about your first born son.

Since you don't really need it a trade would be in order...otherwise I would be shirking my responsibilities as a hoarder.
LOL....lemme see what I have, or what do you want? I sold my spare HPOP yesterday darn it. I have a spare IDM? Hmmmmm.....I have skills and a good body.
 

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