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Discussion in 'Chevy Truck Forum' started by chevychase, Dec 18, 2011.
With the way I have the flat bed mounted now, the weight rests mostly on the frame.
You need to bag it, that snow is overloading them springs.
So last week I had enough of my truck marking its territory. So I bought some dye and found the leak. The O-ring on the Oil filter cooler adapter thingy. So bought the stuff and decided to give it a whirl... Yeah 4 hours later, a new seal, O-ring, two oil line connectors and so far it's not leaking. To be fair though, it was a pain to get off. Didn't want to come off at all, my buddy and I pulled as hard as we could and it wouldn't budge. So we had to bang it off from the top. Then the seal was fragmenting, so we had to pull the whole thing out to get the seal. Then it took 2 hours getting the seal off. Since it was really on that thing. I swear I watch videos and people are like 'it's about an hour job' and my truck is like 'yeah no I don't think so'.... But with any luck it'll be leak free now.
Installed the Air Lift bags, truck now has the appearance of a 3" lift on the back at 30psi.
@smokybandit show pictures or it's not true.......
First haul after conversion and rebuild
Today I went outside to go to the store and I had a hard time opening the door it had ice all on it I ended up not going
Ice sux, better safe than sorry!
I put $25.25 of gas I didn’t want to be out in the cold filling up my truck so I didn’t fill it up the wife has been using my truck I was on the red by empty I never have it that low oh she said I didn’t go far I told her how we’re you driving my truck.
There is still some ice on my truck and tonight we’re going to have another hard freeze.