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River truck gets a new bumper

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by patches85, May 22, 2005.

  1. patches85

    patches85 Registered Member

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    Beer and some scrap steel combine to create a new bumper for the river lot truck! :grin:

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    Yeah its a nissan but this little truck has really taken some serious abuse over the years!!!
     
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    I'm a Nissan Master tech., worked on 'em about 10 years.
     
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    question

    What would cause a snatchfinders hubs to try and lock in while you are driving along in 2 high?

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    You mean a Partsfinder? :D To be perfectly honest I've only seen one automatic hub failure on a Nissan in my ten years working on them and that was due to water contamination. Double check to make sure the screws are tight and in place that hold the washer to the bearing retaining nut.
     

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