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About hitman72

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    Comanche Aficionado

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    anything in the woods and on the water

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  1. I have a friend who is looking at this. I just have no idea where they stand in price. http://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/cto/4213794810.html
  2. just trying to breath some life into this old thread. I am still experiencing the same high idle problems. thanks
  3. I am sure you have checked but mine stopped working one day when i forgot to top off the clutch fluid (I have a slow leak) and I grabbed a bubble of air. Once bleed it can fine.
  4. Great video, but it had my head hurt. lol :hmm:
  5. What are your guys thought on floating gears (shifting without using the clutch). I have gotten to the point that I can do it with little or no problem. I don't do it often, just every once in a while when I get board driving. What do you guys think the good, bad and, ugly are?
  6. I should note that from the angle of the pic you can't tell that the piece of wood is not cut at 90 degree angles. It was sitting at about a 7 degree list
  7. Just my 2 cents, check your air cleaner. Bought my truck and did not check it before buying it (yes i know very stupid of me), drove it home and got horrible mileage. Scared me really bad haha. Opened up the air box to find out that the PO put to much oil in the engine. VC has a plow off rose that runs to the air box. My air filter looked like a sponge. Changed it, cleaned the throttle body, and C-foamed the engine, getting good mileage now.
  8. So if you unhook the vacuum canister you do in fact have to "recharge" the system? How is this done? sorry for the thread jack.
  9. found that little plastic piece. well i should say i found two lol. Half had broken off in the end of the breather hose and the other was half was so covered over with dirt that i could not find it. hope tomorrow to have a new one and be on the road. thanks.
  10. ok I was just checking as from your pic earlier of the "4 way" block that that had the vent on the top. I wiil continue the search then, haha. thanks.
  11. And yes once the leaks are stopped i will be cleaning the axle thoroughly lol.
  12. this is what i found. The vent hose itself was attached to bed frame but was not connected to the axle. Is this a PO think or am not getting the idea haha. :hmm:
  13. I was just looking at mine and it looks like on mine, it is on the driver side with the soft break line coming in from the back (where is looks like your is from the front) and the hose coming off the top is vent? Thank you.
  14. Hornbrod, do you happen to have a picture of what you drilled out for the vent? Thank you.
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