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Old Yesterday, 11:10 PM   #21781
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Worked on MOAB Hydro Boost installation. No leaks but can't get any brakes. Pushing brake fluid with no air coming out but pedal never gets hard. Must pump to get any pedal at all.

Frustrated, was suppose to leave for OCBR this morning. Now doubting I'll be able to make the trip.
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Decided check pedal feel after dinner and letting it sit. Had about an inch of pedal on each push. figured I'd give it a try. Now I feel pretty stupid, Brakes seem to work great. I guess I was expecting a full high pedal like the old system. Either I wasted several days bleeding and bleeding the brakes or it really took that much bleeding. I think it was the first.

I'll give it a try again in the morning. If the brakes are still working as well as they did tonight, I'll load up and head to OCBR.

75 1/2 cab, 302 w/TBI, C4, D20 (3.15:1), 4.5" WH lift, 2" BL, ARB's w/4.88's, 4 w/pd, always building, does it ever end?
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Old Yesterday, 11:37 PM   #21782
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I love those mirrors. I just wanted to know the temperature outside while I was driving. I couldnt buy a make-it-yourself pcb kit for the $20 I spent on that mirror. Ended up putting 3 of them in different vehicles. Only extra feature if I could find it would be some map lights.

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I looked and looked....I was never able to find one with compass, temp, & map lights. You can find compass and map lights, but no temp and map lights or compass, temp & map lights. If you do find an application, please share. Thanks.
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Old Yesterday, 11:39 PM   #21783
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Found a replacement fan clutch for the metal Explorer fan that moves it forward about 2”. Drastic improvement in how much of the fan is inside the shroud.
Do you happen to remember the application?
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Old Today, 06:20 AM   #21784
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Replaced driver side rear window track. The old one gave up after 44 years.
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Old Today, 10:07 AM   #21785
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Do you happen to remember the application?
2008 trailblazer 5.3L. Apparentlyit also works with the plastic Explorer fan.

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