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Old 12-17-2010, 03:46 AM   #11
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Sorry it has taken so long to respond but it was the the solinoied in the diff and my bro got it replaced and it is working great. Thanks for the help.
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Good to hear. So a easy fix? Thanks for letting us know.
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No prob we no sooner got that fixed now we have a leaking break line. Now off to the next fix in the cold.
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Wen't thru the same thing on my 93 silverado...drove it for 7 months hauling 2-6 cars a day with no rear brakes..hehe glad i have trailer brake haha ftw..was to lazy nor had time to fix it lol..but its fixed now
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You just need to keep at it. Soon it will all be done and you will have a good reliable truck.
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Rear brakes are next on the list as well. Plus the Drivers door latch needs replacement, and my bro and I need to move the vector light bar to the roof due to the fact the light bar that bolts to the bed because it is tearing bed rails. I'll post pics of it.
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On the leaking brake line you might consider going with the cooper/ nickel lines sold at Autozone. Much easier to bend then steel lines and much more resistant to corrosion from salt and moisture.
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Sounds good
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