Discussion in 'Garage' started by Old77, Jul 11, 2012.
It was #1 on your list.
Here are some pictures:
View of Tombstone and the tombstone Hills from the front gate of my house.
Gauge install. Hooked with temporary connectors.
Last picture all permanently wires, in place in dashboard. Don't work. Battery issues.
Converting horse shed to truck working place.
Extending one side for work area.
Temporary workbench and storage area
Closing in one side for workshop
Got more pics !
looking pretty sweet, Britt!
Anxious to pick her up tonight.
Only down side is that the chrome strip on the back of the hood did not survive being taken off.
Changed the oil tonight - PF1218 and Castrol 15W40 GTX Diesel oil .
I did not put in zinc additive this time.
More oil slut experimentation !
Does that have the SN label?
I will have to look .
It is CK , if I remember correctly .
All I see is the API CK-4.
What is SN ?
Broke off the mirror while cleaning the inside last night. Entered the truck in a car show this upcoming Saturday, and now I have a loose mirror.
On the bright side, the truck looks a lot better with a fresh wash, and cleaned interior, tires & wheels. Tonight I need to wipe down the engine bay, finish the inside, and do as much waxing as I can get done after work. Tomorrow will be the final touches.
I think SN is gas motor and CN is for diesel.
If no SN don't use it for gasoline motor.
Just read an article on my phone about new oils.
In an effort to reduce oil drag on 2020 and up vehicles, the bearing clearances are much tighter and new oils like 0W-16 are to be used. They cannot and should be used for 2019 vehicles and below.
It seams that oils are becoming year dependent. Gone are the days of it's just oil.
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