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Old 04-13-2006
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I need help with an oil leak!!!

Hey everyone, today I was changing my oil I remember Jey saying something at the meet about me looking like having oil leak or what not. Well I think I found the area. I took some pics & I was wondering if anyone could help me figure out what it could possible be...

The 1st pic is under the truck taking a pic from the front of the oil pan. The pulg would be on the right if it would of fit in the pic.

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I dont have an answer, but I just wondering what the hell your truck looks like now, dont think I've seen it in a while.
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try to get a picture of the front main. I had a front main seal failure and it leaked oil like yours is...
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Actually the pics kinda look like it's tranny fluid. But any help would be awesome!

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brenton, i'm not helping any with your leak by saying this

but your truck looks pretty good, it came a long way!

i want your wheels on some 33's...that would be nice! They 17's???
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Since its basically everywhere... maybe pcv is clogged? My friends car had that happen and oil was everywhere...

btw... needs to be dropped
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Since its basically everywhere... maybe pcv is clogged? My friends car had that happen and oil was everywhere...

btw... needs to be dropped
Na dude, it's going back up... lol

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brenton, i'm not helping any with your leak by saying this

but your truck looks pretty good, it came a long way!

i want your wheels on some 33's...that would be nice! They 17's???
Yes sir, they sure are 17's. If you want them tell me, cuz I'll be selling them ina little bit.

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Yes sir, they sure are 17's. If you want them tell me, cuz I'll be selling them ina little bit.

Brenton
Maybe!!!

After seeing brians truck...i fell in love with that type of rim on lift w/ big tires. I love the pic where he still has the spindle lift and he's on the 32's i think they are...looks so awesome!!!!
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