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  1. Brand new owner!

    Not at all. I looked on-line for these tires at 4 different places selling tires and posted a similar price. Was sold within a couple hours. I was very happy with that and the guy was waiting for me when I came home with them in the back of the truck.
  2. Brand new owner!

    Congrats on the new ride! Take care of it and it’ll be around for a long time! I picked mine up last February and because I live where it snows and road salt/chemicals are used, I had the dealership undercoat it. I hate rust! When things melted up and dried out, I power washed underneath and...
  3. Survey- For those with misfire issues

    Frustrating. My dealership rented a vehicle for me from Enterprise. I had it for a month and a half while we waited for my camshaft to show up. The price they paid for the rental was $2200 cad.
  4. Confession

    It’s telling me once the nozzle is inserted, push down on the back end of the handle. Fill for 10 seconds then lift out. The Jerry can is a reminder that when you run out of that 10 second gas, you’ll need plan B
  5. Locking just the rear in 4H in Rubicon?

    YUP! You sure can on your Rubi. I did last spring when I went mudding around Sundry area in Alberta. Here’s my link posted a while back about that feature. https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/my-first-weekend-with-lockers.44394/post-715888
  6. Trying to gather info to find commonality on "misfires"

    I’m kinda using water injection into my cylinders via coolant leak so I wonder if having the leak is actually a good thing which explains why it’s running so good! Just an update on my internal leak, at 16,600k klms when I took my truck in for the misfire, I had topped up the coolant (engine...
  7. Trying to gather info to find commonality on "misfires"

    Please explain the “Italian tune up”! Do you have someone keeping the rpm’s up while spraying the sea foam in? Then after disposing the cam did you drive it like you stole it?
  8. Survey- For those with misfire issues

    My dealership didn’t have a loaner either but they have access to rental companies that do. Mine rented a loaner for me from Enterprise. The month and a half rental cost them $2200 cad while my truck sat waiting for the cam shaft to show up to do the repair. When I dropped off the rental at...
  9. Would you choose to write off your vehicle…??

    You’ve done nothing illegal. A pre-fire has happened as you’re driving. You pull over and you have one minute to decide if you put it out or just let it go and write it off.
  10. Would you choose to write off your vehicle…??

    If you were in a position of enjoying your life and truck and all is good, ….and all of a sudden out of nowhere and no warning smoke comes out from your wheel wells and maybe you might even smell smoke in the cab and you have the ability to pull over, grab the extinguisher and stop the...
  11. Burned to the ground…

    We’re just onto other topics that isn’t related to what started the thread. We’ve probably exhausted the mental brilliance of guessing what caused our good and new member to loose his prize vehicle and I hope, for all of us, he comes back to educate us on what happened. I raise my many bottles...
  12. Burned to the ground…

    ….and this thread has gone off the rails.
  13. Burned to the ground…

    I drove the hill the victim drove to measure it’s distance. If he came up the entire distance (he could have entered in several different places) it’s 4 kms up a steep grade on Stoney Trail NW. I’ve seen semi trucks burst into flames coming up that hill on several occasions over the years. At...
  14. Anyone else waiting on Falcon shocks?

    I wish I could tell my customers pay me now and wait 25 weeks to see me. Lol! People want jobs done and I have to show up. Should have grabbed these shocks when I had the chance.
  15. Burned to the ground…

    What if, maybe…it was this that caused it to overheat?
  16. Burned to the ground…

    Ya maybe so…but we will! Drove by the inferno site. There’s a good 5’ circle burn by at least an inch deep in the asphalt.
  17. Burned to the ground…

    Your kayaks will then weigh heavier than the trailer and you’ll be top heavy. OMG, more math formulas to show being top heavy with a cross winds etc etc…
  18. Burned to the ground…

    We sound like claims agents figuring out how we aren’t paying out. But seriously, I am considering pulling my first trailer and all this info is new to me. Very much enjoyed reading the science even though most of it goes over my head. I wish the survivor of this tragic event well and hope it...
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