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Old 09-13-2018, 07:18 AM
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Sounds like you got one that someone took care of the right way. What's with the dirty Audi on the trailer? Race car?
 
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Old 09-13-2018, 07:22 AM
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That is my fiance's first car. It jumped time 5 years ago and has been sitting at her dads house ever since. He told us we could have it so I went to get it! I dont think it has any engine damage, it still turns over freely, just runs like it's out of time lol. I'm gonna use it for a daily to save some money and keep some miles off of the truck
 
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Old 09-13-2018, 07:33 AM
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That is my fiance's first car. It jumped time 5 years ago and has been sitting at her dads house ever since. He told us we could have it so I went to get it! I dont think it has any engine damage, it still turns over freely, just runs like it's out of time lol. I'm gonna use it for a daily to save some money and keep some miles off of the truck
Miles? Diesels don't do wells sitting. Ask me how I know. Drive the heck out of it!
 
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Old 09-13-2018, 07:40 AM
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I drive 1 hour each way to work every day. It would be great on the wallet to save some money with the little 1.8t for a bit. I'm not sure exactly how many miles it has. I think about 100k. It was overdue for the timing belt service...
 
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Old 09-14-2018, 01:24 PM
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I would have to agree with BBslider. Old diesel don’t like to sit. Newer ones like to sit even less. I would make sure and keep her running as much as possible.
 
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Old 09-14-2018, 01:25 PM
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She will still run every day. Itll just mean my woman taking it on a 15 minute drive to work instead of me taking it an hour.
 
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I gotcha. With your tuner I would tell her to make sure you get the oil up to temp in the 15 min drive before shutdown or you will be building up moisture in the oil and it will not be getting hot enough to burn off.
 
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Yup, that hour of driving will do it a whole lot better, but at least the 15 minutes will help as long as it gets up to temp.
 
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Well I made it back to kentucky. The only issue I had was with a dry rotted valve stem letting go when I stopped for fuel. I put my spare on and limped to a tire center and they had me back on the road an hour later and 14 dollars poorer. Not too bad all things considered. This truck pulls like a dream. I forgot I had a trailer a couple times. Definitely no shortage of power!

Dirty spare!
I certainly wish I had checked the pressure in the spare prior to the trip but it's good now.

the coolant never went over 197 degrees, the oil temp never went over 207, and the egt never went over 1000. I have to say, I'm impressed with this truck a lot. Much smoother and quieter and more powerful than my 7.3
What part of Ky are you located? I'm in the N/Ky area. Close to Alexandria, Ky.
 
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I am in oldham county. About 30 minutes north of louisville
 
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I am in oldham county. About 30 minutes north of louisville
I get to Louisville a lot for work. Go right down 71 a lot.
 
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I get to Louisville a lot for work. Go right down 71 a lot.
holler and we will grab a beer!
 
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