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Nice, but they don't have 10.25!
Their website doesn't list it, but they do have a 10.5. Are they the same? We got a 10.25 axle here that I'll check.
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Their website doesn't list it, but they do have a 10.5. Are they the same? We got a 10.25 axle here that I'll check.
10.25 is the pre-superduty rearend (standard), and 10.5 is the metric superduty rearend.
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10.25 is the pre-superduty rearend (standard), and 10.5 is the metric superduty rearend.
We put the 10.5 LubeLocker up to the 10.25 diff housing, it's a match.
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Looks good Stan.

Sliding rear windows, GT roll bar, Cargo net and looking for other rare options. 4.10 gears LSD 33" MTs First ever Stock Fullsize of the Month...
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I've been getting my truck ready for Pismo this past week and let me tell you one thing... I HATE the smell of gear oil.



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Looking good Stan. If you're not careful you are gonna give that gorgeous rig some trail damage

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So heres some recent work I've been doing:

1. I thought about getting my extended brake lines and F350 brake stuff but then decided against it due to the fact that I was recently laid off and could use the money elsewhere.
2. Went down to Ford and picked up the cruise control/brake switch. Swapped out the old leaky one and put in the new one. Badabing badaboom I have cruise control back
3. Ordered up some new front Spicer 760x for the front end, some wheel bearings, and a spindle repair kit (bearing and seals). The only parts that I really needed out of the three were spindle seals, but the price was right and I've been trying to get my hands on spare parts for a while now. I'll be installing the new stuff after Pismo and keeping the old joints and bearings as trail spares.
4. Finally got around to fixing my leaky rear differential. The plug welds were NOT leaking; it was just a mixture of an awful RTV gasket job and super loose bolts I ordered up one of those recommended LubeLocker gaskets and that thing means business. I threw that on the truck tonight along with some Loctite BLUE and actually torqued the bolts down to spec this time. I'm letting the Loctite sit over night and will fill it up with my Mobil1 gear oil in the morning.
5. I have my front shackle mounts ready to go onto the frame rails. I just need to drill some 1/2" holes on the frame rails and hack the bumper up.
6. I got some tubing bent for my sliders. Only thing is the tubing is 2" .120 wall which wasnt my first choice, but then again you cant complain with free bent to spec tubing either.
7. I might go a different route with my rear bumper build. Im really not a fan of the size and the weight of what I have in the garage now. Im thinking 1.75" or 2" round that will wrap around the sides for quarter panel protection. Similar idea as GKR's but it'll be totally different.

























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I was bored the other day...


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haha you are one goofy ass mo-fo

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haha

I commend you for working at the little things to keep the truck alive. It's got a good owner.

After those videos, I feel like I know you too well, it's kinda weird.

Keep it up man.
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After seeing your pics, your voice doesn't fit your face or body.

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After seeing your pics, your voice doesn't fit your face or body.
You're saying my phone sex voice doesnt match my Abercrombie body?



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Classic that's all i have to say...
"Because that would suck balls if my truck burnt down"

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After seeing your pics, your voice doesn't fit your face or body.


stans a fag, if you go camping with him, he will give it up after one drink

dont pay any attention to him



i would do the seals before pismo, if there not sealing properly then theres going to be a good mess for you to clean up when u get back



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Pismo Beach was a blast and the truck held up just as expected. The truck truly is living up to its theme. Although it doesn't excel in anything in particular, it has taken me just about everywhere I have wanted it to go and done so with comfort and ease.

I cruised down to Pismo and back at 70 MPH and got 16 MPG each way. On the beach, it was mo' skinny pedal and I got a staggering 4.3 MPG over the 4 days on the beach Here's a couple of pictures from the trip...











Gotta get some air under the tires... Not the biggest one of the trip, but there's never a camera when you need it.






And for reference, I'm the sexy guy on the right...





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you look like a tall leperkaun(sp)



but your truck looks like a tall beast.a very nice beast
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Good news, since I installed that LubeLocker gasket and some blue locktite on all the bolts my 8.8 hasn't leaked



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Good news, since I installed that LubeLocker gasket and some blue locktite on all the bolts my 8.8 hasn't leaked
WOO HOO!! high five. I wish my junk was as dependable as yours. I really like your rig Stan.

keep them comin`---pics and updates

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Stan, do you have a spring on your cb anteana? With it mounted right where it is, does it slap against the top alot?

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