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Old 12-25-2017, 07:11 AM
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Go to ace hardware or something similar, and buy some dowels. They sell them.
They are also used for furnature locating joints
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Old 12-27-2017, 05:27 PM
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finnaly got some on the way, got a part # from ford dealership and oreilys was able to get some on the way for me to pick up tomorrow. been aggrevating!
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Old 12-30-2017, 11:07 PM
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after nearly a month, its back on the road again, fired it up last night about 10:30, like most 2.3's it seems to run on the cool side, even with a new thermostat, only issue ive really seen is that the oil pressure reading isnt as high as it was before all this, could be the sender, i dont know. i did change the oil after its first warm up, 5w30 pennzoil. nothing is knocking or tapping like a oil pressure issue, guess i'll just watch and see what happens. nice to be able to go through all 5 gears again and not be stopped at 3rd with a max speed of 40. took some pictures before putting cap back on, kind of like the look of it without the cap but need the weight for the snow thats here now and its nice to keep the bed cleaner this way, i had took it off mainly because i was putting all the parts in the bed while i worked on it and it was alot easier to just reach over the side vs going through the back.
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