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  1. CajunDodge
    01-17-2010 11:36 PM
    No problem, thanks buddy and you, too!

    - Cajun
  2. CajunDodge
    01-17-2010 11:26 PM
    Remerson228, he had some input in your vid post. He's a Chrysler tech and very helpful, but just some unsolicited advice, don't rent your pulley puller/installer from AutoZone, their tools are crap, so if you don't know someone who has one, maybe check O'Reilly's, they have loaner tools as well. Borrowed that same tool from AutoZone myself and had to make three trips back to get parts for the tool that weren't bent, real PITA when your vehicle is down! Other than that, it's not hard to do, the only thing I ran into was getting the pulley back in the exact right spot, had to put a laser light on it to make sure it was lined up properly. Good luck!

    - Cajun
  3. CajunDodge
    01-17-2010 11:00 PM
    I hear ya' man, darn near committed myself to the looney bin chasing down a bad pulley in my Jeep, lol, but if that's the one making noise, looks like power steering pulley, which can be replaced with/without the pump, up to you, but if I'm not mistaken, the bearings for that one are in the pump itself, and it's the bearings that are making the noise, but might want to check with Remerson to be sure....

    - Cajun
  4. CajunDodge
    01-17-2010 05:48 AM
    That's cool, I just find actual product reviews helpful since they come from people who have firsthand knowledge of a product, but no problem man, I can do a little research on the ignition cylinder and get back to ya'. Which pulleys you need?

    - Cajun
  5. CajunDodge
    01-17-2010 04:24 AM
    That's not a bad deal at all for HID's, pretty incredible price for a plug and play kit and some can get pretty pricey, but if I were looking into something like that, I would give those a try. Hard to believe they don't just back their product with a lifetime warranty already though not a bad price to buy the lifetime warranty. Did you read the testimonials from other people who bought these to see how they reviewed them? I read actual customer reviews and that usually helps me make up my mind on a product. Good luck!

    - Cajun
  6. Incognito
    01-11-2010 09:47 PM
    Wow, cool pics of your truck! That is really low! I like how the chrome bumper and grille match your rims. Really nice stuff!
  7. Incognito
    01-08-2010 06:15 PM
    What I saw was in A&E and it was some crazy s**t. I hate it when I hear about civilians mistreating those who are in service though, everyone's gotta respect the troops.
  8. GregInAtl
    01-05-2010 12:15 AM
    to figure your drop, I'd find a similar one in a parking lot and measure. My guess is its 2/4" because 4/6" is very obvious. If you can post a pic I'll tell you whatr you have. Likely, you have drop springs in the front, and lowered shackle in the rear. Are your leaves above the axle still?!
  9. Incognito
    01-04-2010 11:50 AM
    Sorry to hear about your brother. Marines is hardcore, not many people have what it takes to be one. I seen some of the training that Marines did in Camp Geiger a couple of years ago. Pretty crazy stuff.
  10. Incognito
    01-03-2010 08:43 AM
    Your sig is pretty frikkin' crazy man. You Delta Force or something?

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