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  1. Thanks guys, I'm going to swap it and find out! I'll keep ya posted Proflow
  2. Hi folks, Question for who in the know. I have transferred the majority of my totaled 02' SLT 2500 into my 01.5' SLT truck including steering wheel w/stereo controls. My current (01.5) truck has power door locks and don't know of a factory alarm as I didn't receive a key fob w/the 01.5 My question is: If I change out the BCM/TCM module from 02-01.5 truck might I be able to use the factory key fob from the 02' for unlocking doors , alarm, steering controls etc? I do have the factory steering wheel control harness already transferred into the column. Thanks in advance---Proflow
  3. I'm posting this in a few areas so it will likely be seen. Crap, found my injector lines to be pitted on the flair to the tubes upon injector swap. Number 1 is a leaker even after pulling it again & carefully using 600 grit wet to clean it up. I'm now thinking of pulling it again & using JB weld in the pits, I know this is way janky. Surely would rather swap them all out if anyone having good extras. Possibly tubes as well. Actually--NO, I'm not willing to do that half ass fix, (JB) if its not right, its wrong. I have misc. trade if so. Possibly cash. This is on my 01.5, so 98.5-02 are same I believe. My 02' engine sold not long ago, going to try him in the A.M. but don't know if his old lines are good or not. He sent me a video of my old engine running! Glad to see it back on the road Thanks in advance---Proflow in2proflow@msn.com 253-737-7270
  4. I'm posting this in a few areas so it will likely be seen. Crap, found my injector lines to be pitted on the flair to the tubes upon injector swap. Number 1 is a leaker even after pulling it again & carefully using 600 grit wet to clean it up. I'm now thinking of pulling it again & using JB weld in the pits, I know this is way janky. Surely would rather swap them all out if anyone having good extras. Possibly tubes as well. Actually--NO, I'm not willing to do that half ass fix, (JB) if its not right, its wrong. I have misc. trade if so. Possibly cash. This is on my 01.5, so 98.5-02 are same I believe. My 02' engine sold not long ago, going to try him in the A.M. but don't know if his old lines are good or not. He sent me a video of my old engine running! Glad to see it back on the road Thanks in advance---Proflow in2proflow@msn.com 253-737-7270
  5. I'm posting this in a few areas so it will likely be seen. Crap, found my injector lines to be pitted on the flair to the tubes upon injector swap. Number 1 is a leaker even after pulling it again & carefully using 600 grit wet to clean it up. I'm now thinking of pulling it again & using JB weld in the pits, I know this is way janky. Surely would rather swap them all out if anyone having good extras. Possibly tubes as well. Actually--NO, I'm not willing to do that half ass fix, (JB) if its not right, its wrong. I have misc. trade if so. Possibly cash. This is on my 01.5, so 98.5-02 are same I believe. My 02' engine sold not long ago, going to try him in the A.M. but don't know if his old lines are good or not. He sent me a video of my old engine running! Glad to see it back on the road Thanks in advance---Proflow in2proflow@msn.com 253-737-7270
  6. If you still have the left front & rear doors, please PM me Thanks--Proflow
  7. So, is this pending the virus? I'm sure hoping to make it as its been since 2003? for me with fine folks from the TDR @ Turbo Tech in Tacoma. Cheers--Proflow
  8. Thank you, And I completely agree! Not looking forward to my 60k service. It's getting a Kevlar t-belt and all other FACTORY Mitsu parts involved. Sure is fun to drive though! Proflow
  9. I bet that's a great upgrade for sure. To have a box that the company states basically don't bother putting a brace on the sector shaft is respectable! My Wildhorse conversion box is still doing awesome though. In fact I recently gave it 1/2 turn adjustment & need to back it off 1/4 ! Although I don't put that many miles on the truck as my other money pit gets driven a lot. I try to break up the mileage on the two
  10. Okay, sorry for the delay in pics. I found my front crank seal to be leaking like a stuck pig after replacing the seals in the vac pump. Pressure has to go to the weakest link right? So here's a few of the front suspension and whatnot. BTW: This truck drives like a dream. If anything its too tight. If that makes any sense! LOL. OH, Also the XRF (DS1413A) adjustable track bar now for sale, yet not advertised yet. Front seal turned out great. Nice not to have the typical marking my spot b.s. I did bite the bullet after seeking out a used fluid damper. So, I have a perfect stocker 4 sale. Cheers folks---Proflow
  11. On a different note (kinda) I now have the take off XRF (DS1413A) adjustable track bar I've removed. I'd say it's good for up to the common levelling lift-4.5 and under lift for joint angles & stress. This link has been on my street driven trk for about 6k mi. I'll post pics of it when I shoot the front of my stuff within a few days. Also, when done w/this part of trk, I'm giving my time to our drivers soon. Then....the plan is to get back on the trk to reinstall my custom build PSC hydro ram over system onto the 01.5 from my 02'. When the 02' losts its life, the ram shaft bent in a 90 degree angle due to massive wheel impact. So, a new shaft from PSC is around 60 bucks. I'm expecting seal bushing & whatnot could also be needed but won't know till I tear it apart. It might even be junk yet looks new minus the shaft ! If anyone has another ram for sale or trade of the same or near (1.75") give my a shout! I'll post a pic of it also. My time is more needed elsewhere than overhauling that ram if ya get me. Thanks---Proflow
  12. :), I was just on a mad hunt for an easy bolt on solution for one of my angle issues! I am however happy that I have put the effort into the rest that I did. Almost done & off to the other 2000 things on my darn list! HA Cheers----Proflow
  13. I understand the concern. I do however have advanced steering & suspension training through the collision trade of 25yrs. NOT a brag! LOL This truck actually drove well but was in need of a different drag link set up w/drop bracket & heims. Too much angle on the factory frame location w/lift. I'll post a pic of the adjustable drag link & track bar running 100% parallel to each other while the string is still tied from point a-b on the both of them. Under full load on front diff of course. In fact, its hard to see the second cuz they are so true to each other! So, This truck should have no bump steer or any of the typical 2nd gen issues. Lord knows I've put a bit of time into this! LOL. I certainly welcome any replies or comments as I know there's a lot of great folks & knowledge on this forum Pics soon---Proflow
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