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  • About TinyWonder
    Land Surveyor
    Oregon City, Oregon
    Fishing, camping, motorcycles
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Country of Residence
    Current Mileage
    100,000 - 124,999
    Miles per year
    5,000 - 9,999
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    2001 F350, CC, Lariat, 4x4, SRW, 7.3 PSD, long bed, 6 speed, K & N intake and filter, air bags, Powerslot rotors, Hawk LTS pads, Energy Suspension front sway bar bushings, foil delete, Moog ball joints, HPX, FRX, RiffRaff boots and plenum inserts, AIH delete, factory rear sway bar, Marinco plug. 110K


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  • Last Activity: 04-16-2019 07:02 PM
  • Join Date: 06-17-2010
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  1. 01-31-2016 06:53 PM - permalink
    Was just reading your post on the 6spd trans problems... ( hard shift in 1st and 2nd only, peanut butter or tar on the shaft feeling). Exactly to the letter of what happened to mine tonight...wondering what you found to be the problem. Thanks for any help!
  2. Sailor_Roy
    03-05-2015 01:21 PM - permalink
    Thank You for the visit........Take care my Friend !!
    08-31-2014 09:43 AM - permalink
    Hello Tiny, I see you said hey to me a few times & I always miss you at the time, so thx
  4. fabmandelux
    04-01-2011 12:32 PM - permalink
    Welcome to the Oregon Chapter! I started a welcome thread here: Post up and tell us a little about yourself and your Ford(s)!

    When you have time please check out the following threads:

    We have a Members Map where you can post your location to here:

    Be sure and check out our daily BS thread also!

    Once again, welcome to the Oregon chapter!
  5. TinyWonder
    02-15-2011 11:30 PM - permalink
    BTW they are abs.
  6. TinyWonder
    02-15-2011 11:29 PM - permalink
    I've got two that are in decent shape. They have some surface rust from sitting out in the rain but should be fine for R & D work. Send me your address and I'll send them via US Mail this weekend.
  7. JonathanN
    02-15-2011 07:58 PM - permalink
    Well, I have a couple sets... I have one non-ABS hub and two ABS hubs, but one is in kinda rough shape. I'd be interested in at least one more set... if I can't find another set, I should still be good to go. I'd just like to use a bit more decent stuff in my project. When I say rough shape, I mean really severe hammer damage from some dingbat trying to bang the hub off the truck.
  8. JonathanN
    02-14-2011 01:03 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the Reps!
  9. Shake-N-Bake
    07-27-2010 07:02 PM - permalink
    Yes, the DashDaq can do quite well in place of actual gauges. If I hadn't already bought a gauge pod and the AE scan tool then I would probably buy the DashDaq. If I buy a second truck (which is entirely possible...) then I will go with a DashDaq and a DP chip. The PHP chip is really good also from what I hear. It's real smooth and the programming is really good but they don't offer a decel tune and don't ever plan to so that leaves me with DP as my next best choice for a programmer.

    Right now I am using the Bully Dog Power Pup programmer and it works pretty good for a canned product.

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