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  1. Oil Leak

    Have you checked the cooling lines? It is a good possibility.
  2. New Recall Out

    I am betting the "contaminants" get in by dragging them in with you (slushy shoes, etc). Weathertech floor liners will probably make this a non-issue.
  3. 07 08 Nbs Owners...

    Yep, sure seems like most paint complaints come from the Oshawa plant. Mine was made in Mexico and my paint is flawless, except for some minor orange peel, which is typical in today's water based paints.
  4. Autoanything

    Same here.
  5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_GMT_platform
  6. It's not a mid-cabin, so it only sleeps 2 inside. I am 6'0" and my wife is 5'3" and we slept in it once. Not bad, but I was a little cramped. It was pretty cool that night, otherwise I would have slept up top. It has a complete camper enclosure with both screens and Isinglass. It has about 350 hours on it and I picked her up for $21K. It has a VHF radio and a Lowrance GPS.
  7. Update: Sold my Larson (pictured previously in this thread) and bought this in August: 2002 SeaRay Weekender 225, 25' OAL with MPI 5.0 260 HP. Not fast, but much better for the river than my little Larson was.
  8. Larger Oil Filter for 6.0L

    It also appears that the AC Delco pf 61 has an anti drain back valve and can be used. 3 year old thread revival FTW!
  9. Well, now that you mention it, I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night. Fixed.
  10. White is for virgins... /thread
  11. d**n 4x4 Switch

    Yeah, and while they are at it, they may as well get rid of the electric starter and put the hand crank back on the front too, right? Buncha pu$$ies!!!
  12. d**n 4x4 Switch

    This is true.
  13. d**n 4x4 Switch

    +1 I accidentally left mine in 4Hi once and I noticed it as I was backing into the street as soon as I turned the wheel. I can also hear the drivetrain when in auto4wd and especially in 4Hi.
  14. I agree,They tried that back in '88 with the "new-for'88" GMT400 trucks,It didn't last very long before we were replacing the non-greaseable ball joints with greaseable ones. +1 I had the ball joints replaced under warranty with Moog greaseable ones on my 89. GM extended the warranty to 100K miles due to this bonehead decision. Didn't they learn?
  15. That is because none exist. I have been to the dealer several times and my warranty is still intact. 5 minutes.......IF you take time out to drink a beer.
  16. What Are Ya Drinking

    Michelob Golden Draft FTMFW!!!
  17. What Are Ya Drinking

  18. What Are Ya Drinking

    I have some friends that drink it.. and I know it is popular but I have to agree with you. To me, it's just nasty. Yep, me too. Our best friends drink it and once they had a party and it was all they had, so I went to the liquor store and bought my own. Bud is the ONLY beer I will turn down when offered to me.
  19. What Are Ya Drinking

    They spelled it WEISER because it sure as hell isn't WISER! Jim, as hard as I wanted that to be funny.....it just aint happenin' I like the name "Buttweiper" better. Maybe not funny... but true. Yep, you got that right. I have no idea how anybody can like that pisswater rice beer.
  20. What Are Ya Drinking

    They spelled it WEISER because it sure as hell isn't WISER! Jim, as hard as I wanted that to be funny.....it just aint happenin' I like the name "Buttweiper" better.
  21. +1 and the one before that was "almost black", most people, including my oldest daughter, who was very young at the time, thoguht it was black. It was VERY dark blue (not sure what the color was called in 89?). Black is BY FAR the nicest color. But not "lazy-friendly" at all.
  22. Red Truck Club!

    That's easy, just make it the no rail grey truck club. Problem solved. Wow....hilarious! Isn't it almost your bed time? Thankfully, yes
  23. Red Truck Club!

    That's easy, just make it the no rail grey truck club. Problem solved. Wow....hilarious!
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