Good info. Thanks.
The diodes look a bit sad. I'm thinking about having someone (maybe Ford) change the plugs on account of more than one report of plug removal issues.
Where in NorCal?
2014 with 32K on original springs and tires with 8/32" tread remaining currently sits at 42 3/4", so with new KO2's it would be sitting at 43...
How many miles on the original springs?
Another Gen 2 in the Gen 1 section.
71,000 miles out of original KO1's is an aberration. I'm trying to get 1/2 of that.
For me the one on the right with the stock bumper looks better, but unfortunately it's a SCREW. Neither look as good as my Gen 1 SCAB.
Post number 16 of this thread. About 3/4 of a quart.
Did you check fluid level after the drive?
24mm is the same as 15/16"
27mm is the same as 1-1/16"
Sockets and Wrenches
Some of those need to be deep sockets
It was either 0.060" or 0.090". Don't remember exactly. Nut under the tab and one over to lock it.
I did this as the clips come on the original wires and cannot be gotten separately. Aluminum tabs with nuts and zip ties.
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How many miles on the plugs?
Yes, duh. They are also standard on the larger F series trucks. So, if the first "dude" that called them "Saudi" would have called them "large F...
Dude I don't need it. I already have the larger cooler.
Dude I'm only informing others that don't know.
About 3/4 quart. And the larger cooler is standard on larger F series trucks, so it's not just a 'Saudi' cooler.
Back in the day, F100 was 1/2 ton, the '100' being 1000 pound capacity. When the F150 came out, it was called "heavy 1/2 ton" as it was rated at...
Those are for disconnection of the line back near the engine. The lines at the oil cooler are push-ons.
What cooler tool?
The larger cooler is standard on the larger F series Fords, so it's not only just for the Saudi Raptors.
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