I'll be glad to see the responses you get for this. I've been wondering about ADD, they sell OMEs and these
Not sure how they compare ether. Maybe these are from Swayaway, they're the right color.
I read somewhere that you could get the info you need with a test light or analog voltmeter instead of the DRB II called for in the FSM. Now I cannot find it. I tried a search but came up empty, probable me. Can someone put the procedure here or direct me to the info.
Can you educate me on this? I'm new to Mits. I just got a Gen 1 (Dodge Raider), V6, 5sp and like the way it shifts. I always liked manuals. Other than using the right lube for the syncros what else do I need to look for? What is different between the two? If the newer trans is so much better...
Great start to a thread, keep it up. An '89 Raider followed me home a month or so ago. Surprising good shape for having to use a chainsaw to get it out of the weeds. Passed smog test first try. Will be following your thread and learning.
I wish you could find them. I have phoned Weather Tech and others and don't found anything. I have a 2004 Express 2500 but it would be the same. Replacement from Chevy was like $800. I would also go with ones for each side but the above phone calls just wanted to sell me universal, cut to fit...
Great, I'll be glad to see what they come up with. Have not heard any good things said about the caddy calipers. Never tried them myself but heard they are a bad design. must be true or they would not be developing their own.
You mean you asked on Ruff Stuffs website? If so let me know what you find out. The trouble I am having is their kit (and most all others I have found) only work on the old style 14 bolt. Mine is the new style, the drum comes off without removing the hub.
Can I wake this older thread up? I have a 2004 Express 2500 and I picked up a 14 bolt out of a 2000 Express 3500. No matter how much you read you will always learn more when you get the parts home, like the early Express( my axle) up till 2002 had 68.5" wms-wms then in 2003 went back to the 70"...
On the recommendation of our own theksmith, thanks BTW, I got http://www.alpinequest.net/ yesterday. I had tried the free version the day before and it looked good but the things I wanted to check out, importing routes, drawing tracks, etc, do not work with the free version. I have managed to...