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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-16-2008, 01:26 AM Thread Starter
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Trucks goin back in the shop.

Well, my truck started throwing itself into limp mode again yesterday, and I couldn't figure it out, because my voltage regulator is still putting out the proper pressure. So in all my scouting, I found a small hole in one of my tranny cooler lines. So Anyways, the truck has to go in to fix that. So while its in, I'm going to use this as a good opportunity to bolt the twins on and finish them up. I figured some of you might like to hear that. I'll keep you posted.
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AWESOME!! you gotta get videos and pictures and sound clips, we need everything!
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ya diffently fill us in. But where did the lines get a hole? At the regular places where they rub together?
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On of the holders broke and they rubbed a little on the frame. So At least I know what the problem is too, and I can fix that while im in there. This should be fun though, and a decent project.
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how many hours do you think you have in the twins? it seems to have taken you months, but I know you;re busy from the other thread
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Yeah, I think I've spent almost a year on them. Honestly a lot of it was just finding the motivation to do it, and there was about 10 weeks with my arm in a cast in there, and other priorities on the truck. Honestly, I think another set could be built pretty fast. There is a learning curve on them but once you really have the difficult parts figured out and some solutions. I think a set could be built easily in under a week, and with some practice even less time than that. Just depends on the pace you want to go at.
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