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    Great pictures, looks like a fun trip! I had...

    Great pictures, looks like a fun trip! I had to have my duratracs balanced 4 times to get them to a reasonable level of smoothness. I checked and rechecked wheel bearings, replaced u-joints and...
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    http://i1170.photobucket.com/albums/r529/karmann62...

    http://i1170.photobucket.com/albums/r529/karmann62/Mods/IMG_4961_zpse18865df.jpg[/URL]

    The picture of your front tire, it has a huge amount of wheel weights, It should probably be dismounted, bead...
  3. If you remove the shift interlock solenoid do you...

    If you remove the shift interlock solenoid do you have to fab up some kind of cover plate for the hole left in top of case?
  4. This thread has pictures of the front out put...

    This thread has pictures of the front out put housing with the threaded nipple your looking for. Shift interlock solanoid may be bad. It keeps you from shifting if key is not in on position....
  5. Here is how I fixed mine without changing the...

    Here is how I fixed mine without changing the fuse block. Copy and pasted from some ones write up.
    Like some on this forum, I had an intermittent working blower that finally died. One of the fixes...
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    I think The 100 series is plenty big. I see...

    I think The 100 series is plenty big. I see this same mindset all the time when it comes to space, its a modern concept that everyone needs their own room. I think this can really be traced back to...
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    On all years? I was under the impression the 3rd...

    On all years? I was under the impression the 3rd row would seat 3.
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    Quick question. How many seat belts in the...

    Quick question. How many seat belts in the 100? Does it seat 8?
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    I also got a lot more lift then expected but I...

    I also got a lot more lift then expected but I was almost riding on the bump stops before. At this point I probably wont do a spacer unless it sags more, right now the rake is barely...
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    Not saying your engine didnt break, there are a...

    Not saying your engine didnt break, there are a myriad of reasons for an engine to rattle and fail. When this power valve screw issue came out there was hysteria on the forums everyone rushing out...
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    There are supposedly screws in the power valves...

    There are supposedly screws in the power valves that can come loose and get pulled down into the cylinders. Still skeptical that a small brass screw which is softer then the pistons can cause any...
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    The problem with your blower is often in the fuse...

    The problem with your blower is often in the fuse block. Here is the thread where I resolved the issue with mine....
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    Thanks for the reply. They are load rang c with...

    Thanks for the reply. They are load rang c with 30psi in the back and 32psi in the front. Ill let the store test drive it and if they think its bad enough they will throw another set on. Should be...
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    I went with moog brand u-joints, unfortunately...

    I went with moog brand u-joints, unfortunately they dont make one for the front shaft that has a grease fitting. The rear 2 joints come with grease fittings but they have to be removed as they...
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    I changed all 4 u joints over the weekend. All...

    I changed all 4 u joints over the weekend. All had some wear as to be expected after 200k miles but still had some grease left. That is except for one joint on the front shaft that was truly bad. ...
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    Crawled under the pathfinder today to check the...

    Crawled under the pathfinder today to check the u-joints and sure enough one joint on front shaft is really bad and one joint on the rear shaft is just developing some slop. So I guess its time to...
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    Thanks for the replys. I was pushing for it...

    Thanks for the replys. I was pushing for it being a bad tire but,the tech at the 2nd shop said the road force machine would indicate if a tire was out of round or had a broken belt. I tend to...
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    The 2nd place i took it to used the road force...

    The 2nd place i took it to used the road force machine, so they have been spun on that machine two different times. There are a handful of reviews online from different places about a lot of...
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    tracking down vibration with duratracs

    I Finished installing OME hd springs in front and medium duty in back along with kyb struts and then had a local chain install new 245/75/16 duratracs mounted balanced and front end aligned last...
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    I used that gear set and it has been functioning...

    I used that gear set and it has been functioning fine, I maybe have around 20k miles on it. If you have any concerns regarding your oil pressure you really need to hook it up to a gauge and verify...
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    Hauled new to me baler home, exited to be making...

    Hauled new to me baler home, exited to be making a few less square bales. On the hills I could tell there was 2 tons back there but, it pulled it along reasonable well. The air suspension handled...
  22. Thread: coolant leak

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    Great info! I would have been beating my head...

    Great info! I would have been beating my head against a wall before I thought about cutting slits in the gasket stud openings. So, why im into it based on stioc question would it make sense to...
  23. Thread: coolant leak

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    Thanks!for the replys I really appreciate all the...

    Thanks!for the replys I really appreciate all the help.
  24. Thread: coolant leak

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    Looks like I need gasket # 11062 Now the big...

    Looks like I need gasket # 11062 Now the big question is method of access. From what I can find using google the trans has to be dropped to access but, Im thinking pulling up intake and maybe...
  25. Thread: coolant leak

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    Thanks for the link, it helped verify along with...

    Thanks for the link, it helped verify along with using a small mirror that the leak is coming from the junction were coolant exits RH head into coolant pipe. Looks like a major pain to access. ...
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