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captain720

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  1. I'd say you have 20 minutes with the aviation grade make a gasket and 30 with the gasgacinch. Depends on ambient air temp and humidity a lot
  2. EMPI is currently selling idle cut solonoid on Amazon, I ordered one gonna test it out. Could be nice on 115° F days cause sometimes I get a little dieseling on those days
  3. Make sure to not over torque and check your Weber adapters for flat with a straight edge
  4. Yes loctite, aviation grade permatex make a gasket is a beautiful product and perfect for this application, but your window on it is small before it starts setting up not super beginner friendly. Gasgacinch is more new user friendly and does a similar task with less residue, I go gasgacinch on Weber adapter plates but I think the aviation grade permatex makes a better seal but it's not as easy to clean up later. As far as how much to apply it's a pretty thin product so just coat all the surfaces evenly in a thin layer
  5. Maybe your hazard flasher has been switched for an electronic flasher instead of a manual one? Every mechanical flasher rig I have ever driven does the voltage drop thing
  6. My truck has always done this but I believe it does it with hazards too, is this a new thing for yours? All my turn signals work they just draw a lot of power
  7. Yes that is the going rate for new. O'Reilly's ones have a 100% fail rate some fail out of box, some last a week do not use the O'Reilly's ones
  8. @DIY 1985the ground side of the fuse block acts as a ground bus, I have ran extra wires from the fender, the negative battery post, and multiple other locations for exactly the purposes you mention
  9. I just run everything off my fender fuse block for keyed power, full video on you tube about that
  10. Honestly wouldn't be surprised if that did happen, I seen the weirdest stuff
  11. I don't know exactly what's legal but I've seen every kinda thing on the road down here. It seems people only get in trouble if it fails. Personally I always go the professional route
  12. captain720

    83 720

    Also it's a 3.5 rear diff
  13. captain720

    83 720

    Valves adjusted last night, most were close to spec. Distributor cap is the aluminum kind not the brass/bronze type and has a lot of oxidization on the contacts plus the rotor is nearly gone, could be the cause of some problems
  14. captain720

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    Yes that is with the Weber. Do you have a Weber?
  15. captain720

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    Here's my times for this thread.
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