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Old 02-20-2014, 04:29 PM   #101
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Just completed this and included MAF, throttle body, plugs, air and cabin filter, driveline lube and torque, transfer case, and both difs. It feels good to do this myself and save the cash. I appreciate the knowledge gained via TW and this thread. The only thing I found hard was the left drivers side plug. Getting the wire off was difficult.
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Old 02-20-2014, 04:37 PM   #102
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Old 03-04-2014, 09:03 PM   #105
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ok. noob question:

1.Can someone snap a pic of the actual bolts needed to tighten for the properler shaft? I know the diagram shows me the part, but it would be nice to know that I am looking at the right thing...


2.My truck is about to hit 70K. I did the diff and trans fluid at 40k.
Should I be doing this again?

3. Radiator flush? yay or nay?

I will be doing-
MAF/Throttle
Tire rotation
plugs
upgrading my brakes with new rotors/lines and new rear drums/shoes.


this month soon...

Thank you.!
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Old 03-05-2014, 05:54 AM   #106
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ok. noob question:

1.Can someone snap a pic of the actual bolts needed to tighten for the properler shaft? I know the diagram shows me the part, but it would be nice to know that I am looking at the right thing...


2.My truck is about to hit 70K. I did the diff and trans fluid at 40k.
Should I be doing this again?

3. Radiator flush? yay or nay?

I will be doing-
MAF/Throttle
Tire rotation
plugs
upgrading my brakes with new rotors/lines and new rear drums/shoes.


this month soon...

Thank you.!
1. Can't help you with this - no pics...but someone should come along shortly...
2. Differential - yes; Trans every 60K - since you did that at 40K, do that again at 100K
3. IIRC, the radiator is to be done at 100K unless it has issues.

Why are you upgrading the rear shoes? The stock one work great and don't need replacing until well over 100K...
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Old 04-16-2014, 11:03 AM   #108
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Can anyone point the grease Zerks on the 4x4? Im lost to were i need to grease
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Old 04-16-2014, 11:12 AM   #109
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Can anyone point the grease Zerks on the 4x4? Im lost to were i need to grease
There are two on the front drive shaft. One at the front of the shaft and one at the rear. You may need to remove the little heat shield to get to the rear zerk. There are three more on the rear drive shaft. One at the front, one at the middle, and one at the end of the shaft. Move the truck forward or reverse to set them at an easy angle to get to them with the grease gun.
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Old 04-16-2014, 06:18 PM   #110
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Old 08-01-2014, 10:31 AM   #111
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The driveshaft on my 2008 DCSB doesn't have zerk fittings...
Any ideas?
Possibly the driveshaft was replaced?
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Old 09-14-2014, 11:34 AM   #112
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90K service next weekend. I have never had any complaints on how my truck runs, but I bought it with just a bit over 60K and I have always been leery that they may not have had the 60K service done. Either way, it has made it this long and now I'm going to make certain that the 90K and a few other services are taken care of. Just bookmarked all the applicable how-to stickies and ordering parts and fluids this evening after work. I will most likely take the obligatory pics and post some sort of "look what I did" post with little to no benefit to anyone except my own ego, but hey that's what half of TW is all about. Wish me luck.
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Old 10-17-2014, 03:27 PM   #114
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There are two on the front drive shaft. One at the front of the shaft and one at the rear. You may need to remove the little heat shield to get to the rear zerk. There are three more on the rear drive shaft. One at the front, one at the middle, and one at the end of the shaft. Move the truck forward or reverse to set them at an easy angle to get to them with the grease gun.
So all the zerk fittings are at each universal joint
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