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New stuff!!..and some leakage!

Coils came today along with some other stuff. I can't wait to get these on the truck, #750 hypercoils, new belt, and bumpstops.

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I need to do a lot of cleaning and maintenance, fluids and all kinds of good stuff, after beating on the truck so much. I don't think my truck likes what I've been doing to it and it's telling me.


Sagtastic front end.
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Trashed! Did I mention I hate mud!!

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GHEY!! Not sure what's broke yet but I'll get it figured out. Maybe a wheel cylinder?

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Sweet new stuff! And... yeah, I agree, your truck SHOULD hate you! Lol. Jeez dude Haha
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Looks like a wheel cylinder. I just replaced my sisters today on here right rear wheel

You need to wash that biotch!!
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I'm guessing you may need a new gasket in that bad boy, LOL!
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blown axle seal...

have fun cleaning that up. reminds me how much i hate just MUD
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Looks like a wheel cylinder. I just replaced my sisters today on here right rear wheel

You need to wash that biotch!!
That's what I was thinking. The brake fluid is low and it was full when I did my last oil change

..and yes it needs to be cleaned badly, very badly!!
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I guess mine was more a milk green than yours, its probably a wheel cylinder.

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Looks like that sucked. Is that when you totally killed the leafspring and bed?
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Haha damn that is just filthy. Poor truck. But hey, atleast you care enough to work on it and fix it right and not just abuse it.
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Well the coil compressors I got from Autozone won't work.

Also after further inspection it seems to be the seal and not the brakes.
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LOL!! I have mud on my interior from um July still. lol
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Wow you need to do something with that interior! Whats up with the seat? Have fun cleaning all that crap off of there. lol.
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Why would you go through the mud with the windows down? that just doesn't make sense to me.
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Why would you go through the mud with the windows down? that just doesn't make sense to me.
With your windows up it is harder to hear things. I have never wheeled with the windows up. Hell most of the time my window is down in the truck even in the winter when it is -15* outside I have the window down.
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GHEY!! Not sure what's broke yet but I'll get it figured out. Maybe a wheel cylinder?

I'm thinking you may have blown a caliper if your brake fluid is low...take a look at what's running down ur tire.
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Wow you need to do something with that interior! Whats up with the seat? Have fun cleaning all that crap off of there. lol.
Cheap seat covers.

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Why would you go through the mud with the windows down? that just doesn't make sense to me.
I put them up when hitting mud, I leave them down otherwise. Most of that got slung in there from getting on it after the hole. 12.5's=slingage!!

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I'm thinking you may have blown a caliper if your brake fluid is low...take a look at what's running down ur tire.
Caliper?

It is gear oil. I'm not sure why my brake fluid is down.
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ah i see...nvm then! lol
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