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RE: Ford F350 7.3 Gas Pulling 15k

Looked like fun...truck was handling it well, but try Lombard Street in Frisco...up, not down;) Why in the h@ll does your display screen constantly blink...that'd drive me insane...otherwise awesome truck. Same here just watching the video made me think that. chevman
larry barnhart 04/06/20 08:26am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ford F350 7.3 Gas Pulling 15k

Looks like a great truck. chevman
larry barnhart 04/05/20 09:43pm Tow Vehicles
RE: driving from arizona to wa state

People do not seem to understand the amount of public land in CA, NV and OR. There is no need to stop at a closed campground or truck stop. PUll over on public land, get a couple miles off the highway and sleep there. Better have a gun Nevada can be lonely. I will chevman Hey Larry, it sounds like I better follow you guys.Lol When are you heading home? Not until my wife can walk. probably not until may. In rehab dealing with a badly broken leg. Can you wait?? chevman
larry barnhart 04/05/20 07:36am Roads and Routes
RE: cabinet door coming apart

That is simply a disgusting product ! because it gets on your fingers? does mine but have used it many times. chevman
larry barnhart 04/04/20 08:20pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: driving from arizona to wa state

People do not seem to understand the amount of public land in CA, NV and OR. There is no need to stop at a closed campground or truck stop. PUll over on public land, get a couple miles off the highway and sleep there. Better have a gun Nevada can be lonely. I will chevman
larry barnhart 04/04/20 03:48pm Roads and Routes
RE: cabinet door coming apart

I am so good at glueing it takes me an half hour to clean up. chevman
larry barnhart 04/03/20 06:11pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: GM trucks outsell Ford first quarter !

never heard a ranger was call an F00 ranger. chevman
larry barnhart 04/03/20 06:09pm Tow Vehicles
RE: cabinet door coming apart

looks like a simple glue job. chevman
larry barnhart 04/03/20 05:40pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: It's time for a replacement truck

what about the pump GM is using. Any issues? chevman
larry barnhart 03/29/20 07:09pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2011 Ram HD 3500 DRW Cummins 68RFE 523k miles!

I saw a coolant additive from cummins that a early 5.9 owner showed me. 7.3 power strokes up to 2002 had to use an additive every 15K miles. PF-15 then changed to another number like maybe 16. chevman
larry barnhart 03/29/20 12:47pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2011 Ram HD 3500 DRW Cummins 68RFE 523k miles!

98 dodge we had with very poor brakes. solo or towing didn't know which direction the truck was going left or right when stopping. Might just be ours. chevman True! But there things that can be done like removing the proportioning valve for the rear brakes along with changing to 1 1/8" or 1 1/4" rear GM wheel cylinders. Forget what size. Or change to EGR rear disk kit as I did on my 98 after doing the other options. You really don't want to just increase the size of wheel cylinders. I know this is a common mod and shops suggest it all the time but you will actually get worse braking if that's all you do. If you made this mod and did get better brakes, it was because you changed out the factory pads (Dodge pads get less effective over time) or it was just because it got a good bleeding. I just know what I did made a difference along with many on the TDR at the time. The Proportioning valve removal for sure did the most. Was not an issue with the rear antilock braking. I did the GM switch. 2001 3500 chev dually. Brake issue solved and one more gear in the trannie. chevman
larry barnhart 03/27/20 01:58pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2011 Ram HD 3500 DRW Cummins 68RFE 523k miles!

why would buying a new truck just to make the brakes as they should doesn't seem right. chevman
larry barnhart 03/25/20 07:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2011 Ram HD 3500 DRW Cummins 68RFE 523k miles!

98 dodge we had with very poor brakes. solo or towing didn't know which direction the truck was going left or right when stopping. Might just be ours. chevman
larry barnhart 03/25/20 10:10am Tow Vehicles
RE: Electric black tank dump valve. Worth it?

simple is better and also why I like our 05 truck. Install the valve at the end where the cap is on for travelling and problem is solved. simple job. chevman
larry barnhart 03/25/20 10:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Ram 3500 MPG test

Maybe this story needs to end. chevman
larry barnhart 03/18/20 03:08pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 3500 MPG test

I am towing with a 2005 3500 chev with 108000 turned today. Awesome truck with less issues than most newer truck brands. It will soon be a garage queen if we every get home again. chevman I am hoping the best for you! Thanks she is in lock down now for how long???? chevman
larry barnhart 03/15/20 08:56pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 3500 MPG test

I am towing with a 2005 3500 chev with 108000 turned today. Awesome truck with less issues than most newer truck brands. It will soon be a garage queen if we every get home again. chevman
larry barnhart 03/15/20 06:42pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 3500 MPG test

I used my cell to send what I said and did it get mixed up. I gave up trying to make it right. chevman
larry barnhart 03/12/20 07:29pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 3500 MPG test

Message didn't send. Chevman
larry barnhart 03/12/20 11:21am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 3500 MPG test

"there doesn't seem to be a stinker in the group." I concur. I agree... But there's also One that stands out from the group! Let's see after some time and a few miles... ;) At 7.5 years here's where I'm at! What about yours? I believe it was 2003 when Dodge has issues with the Dana rear gear. Nothing is perfect . Chevman https://i.imgur.com/qOFP9Otl.jpg My truck gets used as a daily driver and essentially gets driven every day. I'm talking about the "new" 2020 Powerstroke. Ford has a history of having a few "glitches" with new diesel releases..... ;) I lived it first hand with my 2003.
larry barnhart 03/12/20 11:20am Tow Vehicles
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