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Old 05-02-2013, 09:26 PM   #18981
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Can you guys with 2nd gens perform this test for me? I think I have something wrong but I'm not sure.


Park truck in very quiet area
turn it off. Turn lights off, everything.
turn key to ON position, but don't start truck
wait for seatbelt chime to go away.
listen in the engine compartment

do you hear any sound? Mine is making an electronic hum, about as loud as a computer fan, but sounds like a microwave in use. If I press the brakes, the front continues to hum, plus I get a louder hum from the rear.

I'm wondering if ABS is tweakin out even though everything operates normally
I can try it in the AM... I know mine hums for a few seconds then stops.
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Old 05-02-2013, 10:19 PM   #18982
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I'm going into a brake shop tomorrow. I bought a brake bleeder kit yesterday and I tried it out, spent a full hour on one wheel and still had air.
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Old 05-04-2013, 12:30 AM   #18983
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Mike...

Was that you I saw Southbound on I-5 in Olympia around 18:30 or so? I was heading North. Traffic sucked.

Saw another 1st Gen w/Bedlined rockers, snorkel, bumpers and a couple of kayaks on the roof Southbound in Salem also..
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Old 05-04-2013, 01:30 AM   #18984
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heh yes that was me! I'm terrible at spotting others in the evening cuz I am either dead tired or I'm on a mission. in this case it was a mission - I'm visiting family to the south this weekend
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Old 05-04-2013, 02:12 PM   #18985
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ok fellas. So here's a little question and such.

My goal was to wait till summer harvest was over till i started modding my suspension. But with the amount i haul bikes, camp, and soon to be RTT with rack on my truck; my leafs are 100% done. Negative arch unloaded and im just off the bump stops with 2 bikes and gear in the bed. So, question is what would you get for rear leafs? I have blocks in the rear and like the height its at. I need a set of leafs that will not sag with a little load, and also not give me to much rear rake when unloaded.

I thought hunting down a TSB leaf pack and add a AAL, but not to sure if that would keep me at the height im at. With my revtek spacer lift, im also nervous if I get a dakar leaf pack thats 3'' my rake is going to be just...

Also, as always cheap is good for now. Im still not 100% my goals with the suspension and truck after summer. SO throw out some advice and convince me to spend a few hundo to solve my little issue.
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:09 PM   #18986
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What about the All Pro Expedition leaf pack?
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:09 PM   #18987
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Or you can find a used leaf pack with low mileage and buy the wheelers off road heavy duty aal
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:32 PM   #18988
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What about the All Pro Expedition leaf pack?
That or Dakars
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:36 PM   #18989
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ok fellas. So here's a little question and such.

My goal was to wait till summer harvest was over till i started modding my suspension. But with the amount i haul bikes, camp, and soon to be RTT with rack on my truck; my leafs are 100% done. Negative arch unloaded and im just off the bump stops with 2 bikes and gear in the bed. So, question is what would you get for rear leafs? I have blocks in the rear and like the height its at. I need a set of leafs that will not sag with a little load, and also not give me to much rear rake when unloaded.

I thought hunting down a TSB leaf pack and add a AAL, but not to sure if that would keep me at the height im at. With my revtek spacer lift, im also nervous if I get a dakar leaf pack thats 3'' my rake is going to be just...

Also, as always cheap is good for now. Im still not 100% my goals with the suspension and truck after summer. SO throw out some advice and convince me to spend a few hundo to solve my little issue.
http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/05upt...eafsprings.htm
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:53 PM   #18990
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downside of the expos is when not carrying a load is the rake... But, the expos could be one less thing i need to buy with what I may end up doing.

I refuse wheelers leaf pack for now. $500 for them is steep for a possible change in suspension later on. So OZ ... no

i was looking at the dakars from OME (# CS047R) but, only about 2'' of lift. So im tryng to debate if i ditch the blocks and get those will I sit at the height i am, or will +- rake be to much? damn all this work lol
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downside of the expos is when not carrying a load is the rake... But, the expos could be one less thing i need to buy with what I may end up doing.

I refuse wheelers leaf pack for now. $500 for them is steep for a possible change in suspension later on. So OZ ... no

i was looking at the dakars from OME (# CS047R) but, only about 2'' of lift. So im tryng to debate if i ditch the blocks and get those will I sit at the height i am, or will +- rake be to much? damn all this work lol
Iron man has a 2" lift on springs as well.
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Old 05-04-2013, 08:33 PM   #18992
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downside of the expos is when not carrying a load is the rake... But, the expos could be one less thing i need to buy with what I may end up doing.

I refuse wheelers leaf pack for now. $500 for them is steep for a possible change in suspension later on. So OZ ... no

i was looking at the dakars from OME (# CS047R) but, only about 2'' of lift. So im tryng to debate if i ditch the blocks and get those will I sit at the height i am, or will +- rake be to much? damn all this work lol
You'll get more than 2" of lift from the Dakars
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Old 05-05-2013, 07:48 PM   #18993
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Well my toytec shocks up front lasted a good and rough five years... Just washed the truck and they are leaking really bad. They ride fine but fuck... Debating on changing out the 5100 inside it or just upgrading. Money is tight right meow...

Leaking from the top lock plate also. Weird.
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Old 05-05-2013, 08:51 PM   #18994
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Well my toytec shocks up front lasted a good and rough five years... Just washed the truck and they are leaking really bad. They ride fine but fuck... Debating on changing out the 5100 inside it or just upgrading. Money is tight right meow...

Leaking from the top lock plate also. Weird.
If your gonna change out the 5100 change the sprig too for the weight...which means its time to just change everything out.....make the call and let's get the final plan rolling
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Old 05-05-2013, 09:03 PM   #18996
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Moving to tigard end of the month. O.o
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Off 99 by Durham. Gf works right around there and ill be working off canyon
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I was hoping to cut down on potential traffic by going towards canyon on 217 if not taking Murray.
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