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Old 01-05-2010, 10:04 PM
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I like that!

Oh and here's the video of the pulley making a weird noise


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Sounds like either a noisy belt or a bearing. You can spray some silicone spray on the belt while its running, and if it quiets down any you've found your answer.
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Sounds like either a noisy belt or a bearing. You can spray some silicone spray on the belt while its running, and if it quiets down any you've found your answer.
Thanks I'll just keep on posting on the other tread I posted the video on...
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Sounds a lot like a dried out, dead bearing, once you eliminate the belt as the source you'll know.
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Yes that is a great question, isn't it? If the wheels don't fall off, she drives it.

I try to buy a good balance of quality vs. price on all parts for my cars. There's no point in going cheap esp when it just means you increased the frequency of service and live with crappy performance always. EBC has a good rep on the track, too, for good quality at reasonable prices.

LOL, I feel like I have to check the truck almost every time she uses it, she wouldn't know if she broke something - no kidding, she drove the rear flat miles before she decided to stop and see what was wrong!
Well, I hope she makes up for it with great cooking, a clean house and a hot bedroom.

I go with the best quality parts I can afford, and I am more than willing to spend extra money on high quality parts simply because both my trucks qualify for severe duty use. I couldn't afford to have any breakdowns.
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