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  1. Thanks, but I think this washer should work just fine, went out and checked and it looks good so far. I'll take it for a spin over lunch and check it again.
  2. M12 too small, m14 too big. Ended up removing the crush washer on the "stock" pan bolt (pretty sure that was my issue) and replaced with the m14 synthetic washer. Have cardboard under it, but I'll be able to tell if it's leaking just by looking around it. The surface on the oil pan looked good. Hopefully this fixes it. The plug itself is in good condition so I won't replace it. Also, pretty sure I need a radiator now too, oye this truck needs to stop kicking me!
  3. I picked up an m14 as well, just to test. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Yeah kind of appears that way to me too. Thanks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Thanks! Like i said it’s not loud by any means. My 2004 is louder (same shop did that 5 years ago). Low tone when idling and low rpms, but does get throaty when stepping on it, but not loud. I didn’t want something loud as I plow driveway later in the evening and early am. If you want something louder I’d suggest the super 40. I can take a rev clip if you want. Tips are 2.5” to 4” This has been a project for sure. Pretty sure it needs injectors to fix the hot start problem. Aside that if you need any pointers, happy to supply any info/knowledge I’ve gained here and doing work on it myself. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. M12x1.75 isn’t right. Maybe I’ll just swap the gasket. Sucks i have to drain 7 qts of oil though ha. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Hey guys, just changed the oil on my 2000 K3500 7.4l. Looks like the seal is failing. I ordered a new plug from rock auto but it wasn’t even close. All listed for my engine show the same size which cannot be right. Does anyone know the correct size? No ac deco part # on lookup. I’d assume just get a new plug with gasket. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. My truck has front cv axels Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I’m guessing the sliding area. I’ll have to snap a pic. Not on the yolk. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Hey guys, was under my K3500 just looking stuff over. Found a grease zerk on my front drive shaft (from transfer case). I’ve never see one on a shaft like that. I cleaned it up, and greased it. And put a cap on it like i do with all zerks. Took quite a bit, 9-10 pumps. Is that a common zerk spot for 1 tons? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. That knock sensor made my 2004 silverado run like trash. Way under powered. I'd imagine that's your problem.
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