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Old 09-16-2019, 05:36 PM
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Those mounts look good!
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Thanks!
I actually bought them for the 95 Eddie Bauer, but glad they were on the shelf. I'll order another set. I really like them, and would recommend them
Finally got the one by the tank in just a minute ago. Somehow the cab had slid sideways, needed a little tug
Tomorrow I will "fine tune" everything, and tourqe them in





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Polyurethane is the bomb! Looks like a lot of miles between oil changes?
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Thanks!
I actually bought them for the 95 Eddie Bauer, but glad they were on the shelf. I'll order another set. I really like them, and would recommend them
Finally got the one by the tank in just a minute ago. Somehow the cab had slid sideways, needed a little tug
Tomorrow I will "fine tune" everything, and tourqe them in
The s10 cab did the same thing when i was changing the cab bushings on it...
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Old 09-17-2019, 11:58 AM
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Polyurethane is the bomb!
I like them so far. set the cab down, and it didn't crush at all. looks like the bed may need a shim or two to line the body lines back up
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Looks like a lot of miles between oil changes?
Unfortunately, I got the truck used, and abused. The PO use the oil in the yellow bottles, and Ford's don't like that brand.
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I don't know any brand that like the yellow bottles,

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Ya. Have you seen the new tv commercials for them?
They brag they dont use fossil fuels like "the other guys"
Ummmm. Yeah. Ok

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