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Old 06-16-2014, 11:04 AM   #11
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Just got back from a weekend with the Hot Rod Power Tour in its final day, read your pm dawson, lol. You are right about that exhaust, that's a classic lol.

Hope the new stuff goes well. Your still money ahead, but I'll miss your fox.
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Old 06-16-2014, 01:57 PM   #12
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Got all the exhaust piping put together and hooked up, sounds much nicer and runs way better with the 02 sensors functioning now. I dropped the tank last night and noticed when they changed the fuel pump they didn't get the sending unit snapped all the way down into the tank, and the plastic tube that comes from the pump was holding the arm of the float down. Got it all back to gether correctly and wala the fuel gauge now reads as it should....

On to other things, such as the vent door on the AC only blows out the defrost on all settings, I spose I will have to pull the dash out to check for a bad actuator.
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Old 06-16-2014, 01:58 PM   #13
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Did you check the filler neck seal while you had the tank down? LMR has them cheapest if you end up needing one. $19 I think
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Old 06-16-2014, 02:23 PM   #14
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Did you check the filler neck seal while you had the tank down? LMR has them cheapest if you end up needing one. $19 I think
Funny you mention the filler neck lol I do need to get one because it is broken and a rubber hose is clamped to it in place of the broken piece.
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Ha Ill be happy with the rubber hose for now lol the filler tube is 199.00 . It doesn't leak when putting fuel in and the tank doesn't leak at the seal.
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Ha Ill be happy with the rubber hose for now lol the filler tube is 199.00 . It doesn't leak when putting fuel in and the tank doesn't leak at the seal.
Yeah that filler neck is crazy, has to be made of platinum for that price, right?
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