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Earl Cordova

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About Earl Cordova

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  • Birthday 08/08/2008

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  1. When you install taller tires you also change the overall gear ratio. Did you take that into account ?
  2. The problem with that idea is it would restrict the flow of air to the radiator too much when it is really hot out.
  3. When a friend of mine gets a phone call like that he uses a perfect Asian Indian accent and asks them if they know where he can get man sex. They always hang up on him.
  4. We use an Orvis cover in two vehicles. They have both lasted over 10 years.
  5. Hard to understand what you are asking.
  6. The drive shaft shop I go to has told me that non grease able U joints are stronger since they don't have the grease holes drilled in them. My 73 F100 that was almost overloaded would need the rear U joint replaced about once a year. We tried all the different u joints available, grease able. non-grease able, expensive German made, no matter what they all lasted the same amount of time.
  7. Prices have gone up on everything in the last year.
  8. I would also check the date code. I see all sorts of good deals on tires that I consider too old.
  9. No it will not cause a ground loop. But it needs to be a good ground for everything to work at it's full potential.
  10. I have had the Bridgestone Dueler A/T on my two trucks for years and don't keep track of the miles I get out of them, but doubt I get more than 25,000 miles on my 2 wheel drive and even less on my 4 wheel drive. My wife thinks I drive crazy, but I like the tires and just purchased another set yesterday.
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