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  1. dtomstant
    05-27-2014 07:28 PM - permalink
    Saw the light, and we're fixing what's broken and adding a larger cooler plus some electronics to monitor temps, etc. Is there a minimum GVW value for an after market cooler and can they be added to the existing or simply replace the existing cooler, depending on space available?
  2. dtomstant
    05-27-2014 12:02 PM - permalink
    4R100 dye test showed front seal plus TC. Weighing a 1) ford reman or 2) seals and TC or BTS reman. About a $2500 difference plus an extra year's warranty on a reman (ford).
    Any advice appreciated..
    2001 F250 CC SB PSD 97000mi mostly stock
  3. Y2KW57
    05-23-2014 12:00 PM - permalink
    Tom... did you ever read my response to your thread about your Mother in Law's fractured Magnefine filters on the General Automotive forum section?
  4. F2501972
    05-15-2014 08:35 PM - permalink
    Tom Hello, how do I post a new thread? I must not be drinking the right coffee but can you help?

    Here's what I'm trying to post... tips from you would be appreciated.

    I'm needing help on how to find my Grandfathers 1972 F250 Highboy & I have the VIN #.

    He sold it about 20 years ago and now I want to track it down and buy it. I have the VIN number and old plate number. I know he sold it to a person who lived in the same general area in Southern Illinois. He bought the truck in Indiana originally.

    Can you point me to the correct direction (and how to post a thread) to look for the info I need? Thanks for the help!!!

    Thanks - Shawn
  5. nmclella
    04-19-2014 10:45 PM - permalink
    thanks for the reps, sorry to do this so late. have a good one!
  6. RigTrash601
    04-08-2014 05:19 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the Reps, unexpected, but appreciated!
  7. drburnerllc
    04-08-2014 12:58 PM - permalink
    Hi Tom, I have a question about a 2003 ford e-250 van. I am in the process of replaceing a leaking pinion seal on the rear. I have the vechile jacked up and on jack stands. While I was loosing the bolts for the drive shaft, I reached out and grabed the tire to pull myself out from under the vechile, I noticed that the tire was able to spin with little effort.the trans is in park. Never noticed this before, in the past when vechile was jacked up and in park did not notice that wheels turned. Shouldn't the wheels be locked in gear, so to speak. What are your thoughts. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. Also the drive shaft does not turn by hand.
  8. 2006lariat
    04-06-2014 09:56 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the rep's Tom!
  9. wtroger
    03-11-2014 08:30 PM - permalink
    Hey on the tech folder for e series vans the folder for brake replacement takes you to a van conversion topic.
  10. tseekins
    03-02-2014 02:08 PM - permalink
    Thanks Tom! All in good fun.

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