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Old 03-01-2011   #11
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racks on newer half tons are super easy to install, so you could probly save yourself a couple bucks by doing it yourself
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I think his back is still messed up from the accident, he was trying to avoid having to get under a truck and work on it.
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oh sorry i must have missed that, maybe if you have a buddy with a lift?
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Yeah my neck and back have a lot to do with it. I have installed the rear sway bar, air bags, frame mounted camper tie downs, painted the underside, etc. That's more than what I can handle right now. lol

But the steering rack was going in at the same time as upper control arms anyway so I figured I might as well just get it all done at once.

Don't really have many friends in this state. I don't really work well with most people from this area, much different interests and personalities. Nick from Ohio (don't think he signed up here yet) is a good guy, and has helped me out a few times but I hate asking for help too much, you know...?

Got it all worked out now anyway. On to the next problem! lol (hope not)
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sorry to hear about the accident. good luck with the install, hope it fixes your problem.
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Ya the rack isn't hard to do at all, I just pulled mine maybe took a half hour, have a leaking hose that I need to go too...
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Ya the rack isn't hard to do at all, I just pulled mine maybe took a half hour, have a leaking hose that I need to go too...
Is this a hose to an oil cooler you installed Ramsey?
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Is this a hose to an oil cooler you installed Ramsey?
No and it looks like I have a leaking tranny line also, im thinking yesterday, when I was at the farm, something must of got jammed up there or something. Tomorrow ill go get some new lines made.
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