Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by readymix, Jan 9, 2006.
Made it to Temecula. Now it's time to relax ....then fix my truck
And let me know if you need a hand I can try and come up after work. It is about 1-1.5 hrs for me. And I have minimal tools
It should only be one hour north of you. I have almost every tool you could ever need on Chevy with me. Air tools and homebrew power tank included.
I need to remove the rear section of the NP208 and tap the breather hole so i can install a NPT barb. Should not take too long aslong as i can find a gasket first.
Then rebuild both rear hubs and replace the seals, same for the front.
Finish it all up with a complete fluid change and it will be good to go for a while. I am not sure when I will start it, but knowing me it will wait a while
i'm not too far either, any my dad lives off the 215 and the 60, so I drive out that way sometimes, Welcome!
Anyone have a part number for that gasket?
I don't know anything about the parts stores here and would like to go prepared.
i dont know the part number, did you check the part number thread?
I have always seen pictures of it sealed with permatex.
I have been searching, and most say to just use gasket maker. Guess that will do.
Yep, no gasket. GM calles for GMS.
GMS= General Motors Sealant?
Now all i have to do is face the fact that I can no longer work in a garage. I got so used to having one for the last 3 years. There is one here, but the truck is too tall. To top it all of, I can't even work in the driveway as it is too steep for me to feel comfortable with the truck on jackstands.
So anytime I need to work on the truck, it will be a minimum of 100ft from the garage.
you are still in the service right? just use the hoby shop here at pendleton. im only about 25 min from you with trafic. maybe a lil more.
sorry you are in cali... ill be leaving soon!! whoohoo!
You got your kegerator hooked up? That might make the 100ft trip worth it Atleast you dont have to anything major without the garage, to bad i never got smart enough to finish my truck and go muddin with ya.
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