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  1. 33-185552 is a common choice which are about 2" longer than stock extended and compressed. I think 33-104652 might be what you're looking for. It's got an extra 2" extended on the 185552 and 1" compressed. This site has a list of all the 5125
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  2. Mabye check your maf Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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  3. Tomato (Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, great movie)
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  4. Welp didn't know they didn't have one good to know Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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  5. The 3.5 doesn't have a distributor, otherwise that would be my first suggestion as well, especially if it's not a real Nissan dizzy.
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  6. There's not enough room on the new server for that story!! James
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  7. I keep my compressor in the rear cubby. Too much salt on the winter roads for me to feel ok about an external mount. Already have to combat rust elsewhere on the truck regularly so I put it inside and havent had any issues. Also is in a great position for inflating camp gear like our air mattress and river rafts. I run a 5 way manifold with gauge that can simultaneously inflates all 4 tires. Its a bit of hose but all fits well in my recovery gear tote. Tire specific lengths with quick disconnects allows me to sit in the warm, dry truck and monitor PSI when its cold and wet out which is most of the time here.
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  8. Everyone just needs to relax and move to AZ! Send that Z my way and I won’t bribe him any more...
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