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muddkatt last won the day on July 7

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About muddkatt

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    Hudson, Florida
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    2015 Silverado LTZ Crew Cab 5.3L, 2001 GMC Extended Cab 5.3L

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  1. Post a video. That way we can actually hear if and how bad it is sluggish.
  2. ACDELCO MU1939 http://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=3737673&cc=1446776&jsn=446
  3. Not made in USA. From a review on Amazon: By K. A. S.on April 12, 2017 Size: D Ring Tow Hitch|Verified Purchase This product was made in China but has a finish, appearance and feel like it was 'Made in America'. Very solid. Was well packaged in a form fit box of its own. Don't get me wrong, I'm an 'American Made' product type of guy but this would compete with the best of them. Just couldn't justify spending 2 1/2 times the money I spent for this one for 'American Made' for the Polaris Ranger UTV. I also like the fact of the holes drilled for both a horizontal and vertical axis movement of the shackle when attaching to receiver. Very pleased with this purchase. Comment| 3 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? If you want a true Made in the USA hitch, go to your local welding and machine shop and have them custom build you one that YOU designed.
  4. Photobucket fixes for FireFox and Chrome users.

    Just added the one for Firefox, works like a charm.
  5. Gas is not pumping at normal speed

    Yes, advice is free here. Two members recommended going to a Subaru forum. I would suggest that you make sure the Subaru has over 1/4 tank of gas and then drive it to your local GMC or Chevrolet dealer and trade it in on a GM truck or SUV.
  6. Car problems

    Buy a can of instant Starting Fluid. https://www.amazon.com/Motor-Medic-M3515-Instant-Starting/dp/B00200C6E6/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1512305832&sr=8-8&keywords=starting+fluid
  7. knock sensors are located under the intake manifold
  8. Which browser are you using?
  9. I changed the background to grey and the labels are now easy to see.
  10. I just tried to respond to this topic: but it did not have the place to reply....
  11. ERROR/ISSUE: The photos that are in a post are now being displayed multiple times.

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