That job is a PITA on that motor.
The short answer is policy. CA produces nearly as much oil as Alaska, and while the population / demand argument holds a small bit of truth truth. CA has plenty of pipelines and ability to move petrol products where they need to go. The largest net cost in making a gallon of fuel is the cost of the globally set and traded crude oil market priceTheir own pipeline and no demand like in CA?
I use Dorman 38536 for the cable, I also modify the cable and lathe down the bolt to fit the cable on the top side. #NoProfit
Their own pipeline and no demand like in CA?
Excuse my dumbness but why remove the ABS system, broken?
Well the ABS system on my rig hasn’t been working for years (6-7). I could never bleed the ABS brain after replacing brake components so I just removed the ABS fuse and light in the dash. I’ve been driving it that way ever since. Figured I remove everything, make some extra room under the hood , get rid of dead weight and maybe sell it all for a few bucks.Excuse my dumbness but why remove the ABS system, broken?
We drove through a small CA town Saturday night and saw $2.99/gal. for 87 Octane at a Sinclair station. They still had a small line of cars at 10:30 PM.$3.46 a gallon my math says... gas here is still about $6 in Cali.
Saw in a vid it was $3.77 in upper Alaska, go figure that one out???
when you "regear" your not changing anything in the T-Case your changing the ring and pinion in both the F&R diffs to achieve the lower final drive gearing Since your pulling the 3rds to add lockers now is the perfect time to spend a bit more money and regear if that is what you want or need to do.So, if the diffs are coming apart to install lockers (I’m leaning toward ARBs), do I have them reuse the stock ring and pinion, and do the both transfer case gears, or change gearing to 4.88 and only do the low range transfer case gear?