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    M1009 exhaust smell in the cab

    That is one of the lingering problems with Covid! Covid Brain:(. I know. I have it too!
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    How to Jump Start CUCV

    If jump starting directly to one or both batteries connect jumper cables positive to positive and negative to negative Just like you normally would if 12 volt system.
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    Dana 60 front brakes

    TMI :LOL:
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    Fuel issues

    If you want to get the most life out of injection pump and injectors with ULSD always add one of the high quality diesel additives at the proper dose to every tank. It will also run more quite and smoother!
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    Cold Weather and CUCV's

    Why do you prefer the Howe s Anti Gel additive? Do you use #1 diesel 100% or blended?
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    84 m1009 cucv chevy blazer build-up

    Ok that makes sense. I never have started an engine on a stand like this before. Maybe a few times on a floor cradle stand that was more stable. Thanks
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    84 m1009 cucv chevy blazer build-up

    Yes I realize that but why does it have to be on now is what I am missing.
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    84 m1009 cucv chevy blazer build-up

    What is the purpose of putting flex plate on before mounting on stand?
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    Cold Weather and CUCV's

    That loud rattle sounds good to me on a really cold morning! Sounds a lot better than a grinding starter with no start! Just let it warm up good before you take off! Full synthetic Rotella is what I use in winter time!
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    Military trailers wanted in New Mexico

    Doesn't look like much snow for panhandle of OK!!
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    Simp's M920 build thread

    I bet so to.
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    Simp's M920 build thread

    Chains on front will really help.
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    Tips and advice for new owners

    I agree 100%!
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    Cold Weather and CUCV's

    I have watched this also before and it always concerns me if proper amounts off each product are added as specified from each manufacture. I have seen these bearing test machines with grease in person and believe there is room for operator error in some of the comparisons. Remember it is one...
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    Cold Weather and CUCV's

    It should not have jelled on 24 oz. mixed in prior to the problem. Sounds like fuel problem. Get some Power Service 911 and fill a new filter with it and put it on. Prime it and try that. May have to charge batteries before it will start.
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    Cold Weather and CUCV's

    What additive did you gel on last year? Were you using bio diesel? How much kerosene did you add to a tank?
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    Cold Weather and CUCV's

    What kind of additive and the amount before it gelled? It takes a double dose of some additives when it approaches zero and below. Make sure to not use bio diesel. It attracts moisture. If kerosene or #1 diesel is available it is better for extreme cold. Truckers use to use 10% gas added to 90%...
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    Stud part number

    All the small block chevy gas engines that I have worked on had smooth studs that screwed into water pump hub and then the pulley slipped on over them, then the fan clutch followed by a lock washer and nut. Real easy to assemble. Some of the big blocks had a longer stud bolt with lock washer...
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    Stud part number

    It really is this simple!
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