So What Did You Do With Your PSD Today?

Discussion in '7.3L Powerstroke Diesels' started by Waystro, Jun 27, 2015.

  1. bbjordan

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    Yanked a Dana 60 from a 1996 F-350 at PnP among other things. Complete with track bar bracket. :)

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    Tough one man job. :p
     
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    no
    now you have to get it mounted in that red truck and find a dually rear! once your back feels a little better:cheers:
     
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    More importantly that the tracbar bracket, you got the DS ubolt plate. Lol

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    Took the 2000 T444E out to the farm for little brother, and returned with an 4R100 & transfer case from a 2001 F-350 SuperDuty.

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    I was going to take more pictures but my new camera was dead. So I went to my cell phone. It too was dead. Which was odd because when I got to the farm it was fully charged and I powered it off. This phone makes me want to do this: (end of scene)

     
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    On Friday hauled a 93 bronco tub , well the bronco specific part of the tub anyway. lightest trailer load I think I've ever done. maybe 600lbs. went around the scales on the 401 as my safeties expired years ago!:angel:.

    Sunday took all 3 kids and the Mrs to the beach on lake huron. nicest weekend we had all summer. :Thumbs Up

    love these late summer days, we can thank all the hurricane activity for it. keeps the high pressure and warm temps stationary here:rock:
     
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    Last might when to move my truck to take the suburban to go to the store. Well, snapped my parking brake cable where it goes into the pedal. Lol

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    The orielly brake cable was a okay fit. Down underneath where the two cables hook together, the "barrel" was the wrong style, but it worked.


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    Not a 7.3 but it’s a psd... here’s how my morning has been 28F30610-16C6-4EC4-8EF3-3783CBECE42B.jpeg
     
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    Looks like it was caught in one of our wildfires in Napa, Sonoma, Solano and Mendocino counties. California is burning.
     
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    Yeah I’ve got family up there, prayers go out to everyone up there. This truck is in Texas however, hpop came apart
     
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    had to fix a fuel leak, started smelling diesel on the way to dad's farm at about 7:30 am got there at 8:30 am . smelled a lot worse when we stop at a light. was expecting a leaky waterin fuel drain problem leak but it was actually the return line from back of R bank to filter housing. wore through at the bracket . didn't have right tools or parts so I did a temp repair . 1/4 " high pressure rubber fuel line and double clamped . was a rotten bastard to fix without the right tools but got it done. cut out a 8" section that was rusty and put in a 12" piece of hose just for fun. I was worried about the rubber grommets on the end of the lien but they seem to be ok. used a plastic tiewrap to hold the rubber line close to the bracket that caused the damage so the lien is almost in the same position. parts = $10.01 including taxes at Elmira Auto Supply. actually went to highschool with the present owners.

    I might just make it a permanent repair........ 537,000km on it by the time I empty this tank.

    probably could have done this repair at work in 2-3 hrs . at the farm with wrong tools I had close to 6 hrs into it. damn I was going to be working on trailer repairs today. D'OH
     
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    I think that's actually the feed lines. Lol

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    so what kind of pressure will it reach? it was running fine while it had the leak..................didn't run any different after leak was fixed.
     
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    Could be up to around 70-80 psi.
    For the steel limes, you almost have to lift the turbo to replace them. At least that's the easier way.

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    this was in a van, I pulled the intake plumming and crossover pipe, then removed the dipstick tube and R corner engien lift hook to access the line. no fun in a van, the job sucks unless you are a minature human. I'm 6'3" and 270lbs, and my kids bug me all the tiem about my big hands. :kick:
     
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