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RE: Diesel Brothers

What would the air in our cities be like if everyone who wanted to deleted the emission controls from their vehicles? I imagine it would be something like Manila 15 years ago. The air burned your eyes. (I don’t know what the air in Manila is like today) I believe those who think everyone should be free to modify their vehicles in any manner possible are not thinking things all the way through. Sure, one polluter here and there doesn’t have a big impact. But it’s asinine to think the installed emission control systems aren’t needed. Maybe the answer is to have statewide lotteries that a few could win and get a free pass to blast whatever they want out their exhaust pipes. If you limit it to a few dozen per state maybe the impact could be kept reasonable.
Sport45 03/24/20 11:27am Tow Vehicles
RE: Motorcraft 10W30, 5W40, Rotella or Mobil 1 for 6.7

2WD Fords still have serviceable front wheel bearings. I don’t know if GM and Ram have the same.
Sport45 03/03/20 06:23am Tow Vehicles
RE: Who can be the last poster?

It’s been a while since I was last here...
Sport45 09/19/19 10:11am Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

She’s Gone Gone Gone - Lefty Frizzell
Sport45 09/19/19 10:08am Around the Campfire
RE: Ecoboost vs. V8 - Can you explain?

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/members/austincobra-albums-ecoboost-picture60378-torquecurves.jpg Area under the torque curve is what most drivers notice. The green line shows how much torque is available under about 4500rpm than any other compared engine. I haven't ever had an engine with a turbo so I'd like to know how they work. First of all that's a very impressive torque curve for the Eco Boost. I wish my 6.2 had one like that. When it's running 2,000 rpms would the amount of torque shown be with the turbo running? Does the turbo start running at a certain rpm or at a certain level of throttle position? If the turbo isn't running at 2,000 rpms would the torque be less? Just wanting to understand a little more. Yes the turbo is spinning. Keep in mind when you review charts such as this one the data is taken at wide open throttle. You don’t make that much torque with any of the engines when you’re just loafing along. What the chart depicts is the most torque the engine is capable of producing through its rpm band.
Sport45 09/04/19 09:10pm Tow Vehicles
RE: broken springs

What brand are those springs, thats a strange part number. The part number looks suspect to me too. A quick google search came up empty. Makes me wonder if it’s only the label that’s made in the USA.
Sport45 08/28/19 01:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Bearings and bad decisions......

I used them yearly on my old Komfort. No issues whatsoever. No grease leaking past the seals and, when I =did= replace the bearings, mechanic said I could have used the old ones, no problem. IIRC, they =were= Timkens as OEM, but I went ahead and replaced them anyway. Lyle I never suggest replacing good bearings. When you do, you are subjecting yourself to an “infant mortality” type failure. Good bearings will keep on being good until they are overloaded or allowed to run dry. Even the best new bearing has some small chance of a manufacturing defect that could lead to early failure.
Sport45 08/28/19 01:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cleaned out the Radiator today.

I wonder what it looked like before the cleaning? :)
Sport45 08/01/19 09:11pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Time to kill the Cat

Happy travels!
Sport45 07/31/19 11:48am Tow Vehicles
RE: Weighing Fifth Wheel at CAT Scale with Weigh My Truck App

Great info!
Sport45 07/25/19 02:45pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: hitch question

Thinking back, I think I have only had two different hitches, a hi jacker and now a reese 16k. I think I liked the hi jacker better. It seemed better built and simpler. It had the bar that slid across the king pin locking it in place. The reese seems less sturdy and has two jaws that come around the king pin locking it in place. I tried the following. Close the jaws. No matter where the lever is, the lock towing, or the other two positions you can go to the back of the truck and open the jaws with a shovel handle, (I used). This just doesn't seem right. By the way this hitch came with the 5er from a pp sale. I no longer had the hi jacker. So I have no manual or experience with this hitch. and the "lock positions" does that apply only to the sliding part and has nothing to do with the jaws?? Not to sure about this hitch although there are millions out there I'm sure. I bet if you look at the Reese 16k you’ll find the jaws pivot behind the opening. They open, as you found, when the king pin pushes into them. When you tow the pin is pulling back on the jaws wedging them closed. Pushing them ope with a shovel handle doesn’t tell you anything except you can push them open with a shovel. Did you try it with the arm pinned closed?
Sport45 07/24/19 04:25pm Fifth-Wheels
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