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Originally Posted by kieron_kohlmann so your saying depending on if the arm is on the high side of the cam lobe or not, the lever won't function? Yep.... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 09-29-2010, 07:05 PM
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so your saying depending on if the arm is on the high side of the cam lobe or not, the lever won't function?
Yep.
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Figured this one out. Turns out the injection pump decided to go after 240,000 miles. Its being rebuilt right now so she will be good for another 240,000 next weekend.
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Originally Posted by kieron_kohlmann View Post
Figured this one out. Turns out the injection pump decided to go after 240,000 miles. Its being rebuilt right now so she will be good for another 240,000 next weekend.
hmmm....another 240K next weekend....ONLY POSSIBLE IF YOUR TRUCK GOES 5000MPH!!!

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geddy's uncle's Sig:My truck: "Tiny" '98 QC LB 2500 12-valve, G56, hybridized t-case (long story).
Son's truck: "Da Beast" '90 RamCharger, 12-valve from a '92, NV4500/NP205, matched D-60s, RhinoCoat inside and out.
Daughter's baby beast: '06 Liberty CRD, nearly bone-stock except for an oil-mist trap between the "hockey puck" and the turbine inlet's airhorn
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