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  1. countrycorey

    Time for Bearings, Brakes, and CV shafts

    Got done with both sides and everything torqued back down. It really wasn't that bad of a job on the ground in the driveway. The only Screw up I made was when I put the wrong Socket on my Lugs and rounded them off slightly [emoji2959][emoji2959][emoji2959][emoji2959] Oh well, I'll order a new...
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    Time for Bearings, Brakes, and CV shafts

    I got the passenger side all buttoned up other than torquing the CV shaft at the flange. Got the drivers side tore down and started on rebuilding it. I got the new drivers side CV shaft installed and the hub tightened down, but had to call it a night as I promised my boy a movie night!!! Now I'm...
  3. countrycorey

    Time for Bearings, Brakes, and CV shafts

    Passenger side done Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
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    Time for Bearings, Brakes, and CV shafts

    Passenger side has ate itself since it slung out all its grease before I caught the torn boot. That's good to know going forward! Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
  5. countrycorey

    Time for Bearings, Brakes, and CV shafts

    So at 240,XXX miles, its time to replace a few parts. Just ordered Hubs, front rotors, and, front brake pads from rock auto to replace along with the CV shafts I got last year. The bearings were last replaced at 65k or 66k, so not disappointed with the life I got out of them. CV shaft on...
  6. countrycorey

    New Toy

    5.3 or 6.0 and maybe this? Or ive always wanted a 383 Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
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    New Toy

    Next update: Been driving it on my Fridays and have notices once it warms up that it didn't stall this past Friday when driving it around. I ordered a new Coolant sensor and MAP sensor to replace the old ones. The coolant sensor was broken off leaving only the pins exposed, and it had the wrong...
  8. countrycorey

    Merry Christmas

    Merry Christmas yall!!! Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
  9. countrycorey

    New Toy

    Just for shits and grins, my plans are to eventually swap out the engine and/or EFI system. Main two options I have been considering are: 1. 383 SBC with an aftermarket EFI system (Sniper or Pro-Flo) 2. LS swap (not sure what engine or EFI setup) Main issue I am running into is the failing...
  10. countrycorey

    New Toy

    First thing I found was the connectors for both sensors (Coolant and MAP) have broken retaining clips. MAP sensor has 5V supply with the key on and >0.3V on the other two pins when connected to ground. Gonna replace both sensors and see if I can get replacement connectors for the wiring...
  11. countrycorey

    New Toy

    I'll pull the connector in the morning and see what I can find. It should have 5v with the key in run, correct? Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
  12. countrycorey

    New Toy

    Also found this on while.looking at the MAP sensor and the EGR. Is there supposed to be something plugged in there? Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
  13. countrycorey

    New Toy

    The coolant temp sensor or circuit fault (Code 15) and the MAP sensor signal voltage is low at ignition on (Code 34). Looks like I need to order a new map sensor and Coolant sensor. Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
  14. countrycorey

    New Toy

    Time for another update. Was able to scan the codes causing the CEL to illuminate and these are the three that came up. 15 - Coolant temp sensor or circuit fault (signal voltage high) 34 - MAP sensor voltage is low during ignition on 54 - Fuel pump circuit fault or mixture control solenoid...
  15. countrycorey

    Broken Crankshaft Count?

    Me too!!!! Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
  16. countrycorey

    New Toy

    Time for another update. Got the new fuel pump installed yesterday and was able to drive it around town yesterday afternoon. Also put a new set of lug nuts on it as it was missing a few when I got it. 2 things I noticed while driving it around yesterday afternoon. 1. Seems as if it wont rev...
  17. countrycorey

    New Rig

    They look like Boulder H2 wheels, not replicas as they both have the same lug pattern Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
  18. countrycorey

    02' LB7 Tow Pig Build

    Thank you sir! Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
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    02' LB7 Tow Pig Build

    Thank you. Do you have one for the cooler also? Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
  20. countrycorey

    Power steering oil and transfer oil

    If I remember right, MikeL recommended synchromesh for the transfer case. Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk