What have you done to your square lately??

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HotWheelsBurban

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join the club.....
Hey, when you daily a one ton, and you're 5'6" and Mom is 5'3".... y'all need some type of steps.
Fortunately it had some on it when adopted.....
 

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Changed all the fuel lines on the pump, return and carb while I was replacing a fire hazard glass and chrome fuel filter with a Wix 3003. Also replaced the air pump with unit I got from a forum brother. Will test it tomorrow when the belt comes in and see if it's any good. PITA to change without pulling all the other stuff off, but I got it done.
 

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Replaced the header gaskets last night. Hoped the headers would just kinda "float" since I don't have flex joints in the exhaust anymore and they did!

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Yeah, I'd say that was my problem...

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Unfortunately, the o2 sensor I ordered was wrong. Wires were in the right places, I'd hoped it was just the sniffer that was different. But the little "island" in the plug is on the wrong side to let the plug seat. So I stuck the old one back in. Truck ran great, but the CEL came back on right at about 100mi :Boo: Gotta pull the old o2 back out and order the correct one.

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Always impressed with everything you’ve done to that truck!
 

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I didn't want to...but old age is happening.


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Wish I'd known, would have sent you a pair......... Took mine off.
 

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Well it may have been the new door hinges I purchased from lmc . But the hassle of trying to get a aftermarket door to line up was frustrating.. and a door shell only. So next step was to find one OEM. So it came with hinges that were tight and rite 15 minutes and it's on go figure .
 

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Shadrap23

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Completely tore down the bench seat and started from scratch. New seat cushion ordered from LMC along with a new seat cover. While tearing this apart, i discovered a broken seat frame. Can't wait to sit on it when it is all done
 

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Finally got to putting in the new latches for my vent windows. Old pitted chrome out. The plastic and rubber in the old ones were crumbling away every time it was touched. New chrome in. After finally getting the drivers side figured out I was excited to get the passenger side in and discovered the previous owner sealed the bottom of the passenger side vent shut with some type of silicone or caulk to keep the breeze out I reckon.
(Sad face emoji here)you can see it in the passenger side pic. So I figured out how to install the new latch without opening the vent and settled on one working vent with a new latch and one sealed vent with a new latch. At some point in the future I am replacing or refurbishing the whole assemblies.
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At least your side works :anitoof:

I need to replace both of mine some day. I have them just haven't done it yet. Lol
 

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I didn't want to...but old age is happening.


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how about a photo of the mounting area please?
 

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Completely tore down the bench seat and started from scratch. New seat cushion ordered from LMC along with a new seat cover. While tearing this apart, i discovered a broken seat frame. Can't wait to sit on it when it is all done

Painted a vice recently, eh?
 

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