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    Bakersfield, CA
    Anything mechanical, etc.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
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    Current Mileage
    100,000 - 124,999
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    Rather not say


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 12:24 AM
  • Join Date: 05-10-2008
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  1. truckdog62563
    08-11-2011 10:34 PM - permalink
    The half tons seem to have faired better than the 3/4 tons. Chuck says more 3/4 tons were made than half tons, but fewer 3/4s have survived because they were run to death. On 3/4s the front drums are NLA so you have to find them were you can used. Also axle housing and half shafts can be fractured. Frame fractures are also common from over loading. My half ton has a fractured front spring, but that's not terrible. The fronts hubs on both models are engaged full time, but the transfer case is engaged or disengaged as needed. Hope that helps some. Stu
  2. bigwin56f100
    07-26-2011 04:04 PM - permalink
    I'm thinking about selling the 5 speed OD are you still interested? Shipping will be a killer though. Let me know, Kevin Bigwin
  3. 03-29-2011 06:44 PM - permalink
    thanks so much for the very nice reply. understand completely about your dad holding on to them. I appreciate your future efforts on my behalf though. So, it is really not bad news when one can chat with a fellow enthusiast such as yourself. Keep me in mind down the road and if I dont have a solution by then, maybe things will work out. In the meantime, be safe and the best to you and your dad.

  4. 03-27-2011 06:33 PM - permalink
    hello, wondered if you still had those funky wheels. I am an f3 owner and would love to chat with you about them for purchase
  5. 03-26-2011 01:47 AM - permalink
    it should be you cable that is going bad from what i read of you post but if you take you cable out and take it down to fleet parts they should be able to tell u if it is bad or not as i said i left there so im not sure how well it is ran down there anymore if u have any questions about ur cable or speedometer im more than will to answer them for u you can email me at [email protected] it u have anymore questions
  6. 03-26-2011 01:47 AM - permalink
    i use to work at fleet parts and iv repaired many speedos and i just want to let you know do not you graphite it will travel up to the speedometer it self and lock it up the white lithium grease would work fine or if u want to relube it next time just go down to fleet parts and they will put some grease in a cup for u for free or at least they use too and i can also tell u that lubeing it is not going to solve the problem completly the nosie will come back and the cable will eventaly break it also might lock up your speedometer if it does lock up and then youll be spending alot more money to fix every thing

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