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  1. Most likely, check the fuse links at the positive battery cable. That was the problem with mine and I hunted for it for quite some time. Sent from my LG-H700 using Tapatalk
  2. Looks like is going to be like a ford 9 inch. The bearing presses on the axle shaft and the entire assembly is held in by the 4 bolt retainer plate. Remove the 4 bolts, I'd use a chisel to get between the mating surfaces to loosen it first. Then a couple of love taps with a ball peen and it should be free. That's the way I used to do it anyway on the old ford 9's. Sent from my LG-H700 using Tapatalk
  3. Absolutely, I think you should be able to use any hose, just as long as there aren't any kinks in it, you should be golden.. Sent from my LG-H700 using Tapatalk
  4. I'm in North Central Texas, its not quite as bad here. It does seem that it's all of the "leftys" are grabbing all of the TP and water above food.. I live well outside a large metropolitan area and they're freaking out. It's calm around here, it'd be better if I could keep the misses offa' Facebook. Shes telling me everywhere close where new cases are just popping up.. Just irritating, I gotta hear it from the lamestream media, from my alternative sources for news and my wife... It's absolutely maddening!!! Sent from my LG-H700 using Tapatalk
  5. I would definitely do an inspection in the fuel tank, my wd21 has set up twice for several years with varying issues. The first time wasn't a problem, started it up and added new fuel to the tank. The second, the fuel pump sounded very rough, it had set up for roughly 4-5 yrs. I pulled the pump and the tank was full of rust due to the ethanol in the fuel attracting moisture. However I did pull the tank to clean it, but, pulling the pump doesn't take that long and is well worth it imho.. Sent from my LG-H700 using Tapatalk
  6. Check the fusible links at the battery. I had the exact same thing happen.. Sent from my LG-H700 using Tapatalk
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  14. Manik

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    Any check engine lights? The cat is a possibility, but, if its faulty it should set a code. The shaking at idle could be EGR, throttle body may be dirty, idle air control valve, or just the need for a tune up. The OBD2 system does a decent job of monitiring all of the intricacies of enngine performance and management. I would start with the basic stuff like a tune up, check the mass air flow sensor and your vacuum lines, it could be hunting for idle. Sent from my LG-H700 using Tapatalk
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  24. I have a 2007 Chevy 3/4 ton with a 6.6 Duramax and it's been a great truck, the mileage hauling/towing is better than that of its gas counterpart. That truck has been driven from Texas to Colorado many times while my eldest was in college in CO. When driven conservatively I have gotten 18 mpg towing a trailer. I will agree with you about all of the current diesels with all of the dpf system and extra smog crap, its not worth it, I wouldn't have a new one. My 6.6 is one of the last years before they started putting all of that smog crap on them and completely ruining the practicality of a diesel truck. I have a friend that had my truck newer gas counterpart, 2015 GMC 6.0 gas 3/4 ton truck, it towed just fine, but, only got 12 mpg, the absolute best mileage ive gotten towing is 19.8 towing a 6000 lb vehicle on a U-haul trailer from Texas to Alabama on the flat stretches with a tailwind, 70 mph seems to be the DMaxes sweet spot for towing mileage. Government mandates on emmisions have killed the draw, at least for me, to newer diesel trucks. As for the 5.0 Cummins the engine itself would be a beast without all of the smog crap on it and in a lighter truck/vehicle. Sent from my LG-H700 using Tapatalk

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