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Old 09-26-2015, 11:16 AM   #551
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Gave it a quick wash and adjuster the steering box a bit more.
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Old 09-27-2015, 06:05 AM   #552
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Loading up for the 450 mile drive back to my home base from visiting my sister. One day there then hook up for 250 miles to Road Atlanta for the 2015 Petit le Mans.
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Old 09-28-2015, 05:00 PM   #553
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Gave it a wash and scrubbed the bugs off the grille from the most recent outing. Then called the dealer to see about scheduling appt for a couple of minor recalls....
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Old 09-28-2015, 06:24 PM   #554
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Worked it like the beast it is. Pulled my TT up and down some big elevations changes, and ended up dropping down into Death Valley, temperature 105 degrees today. Ram Tough, baby!
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Old 09-29-2015, 05:29 AM   #555
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I just finished airing up the rear tires for a trip to Road Atlanta in a couple of hours. The 2015 Petit le Mans is starting at Road Atlanta today. 5 days of racing. Now I only have to get off of the internet, hook up, an drive 250 miles.
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Old 09-29-2015, 09:26 AM   #556
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Had the dealer change my oil and filter. Used Mobil 1 filter and Mobil Delvac 1 ESP synthetic oil. Hoping for extended oil changes. They had a great deal, hopefully on a good oil, $21.99 a gallon with a $12 dollar a gallon rebate. Makes it almost reasonable to get the oil changed. Hope this is a decent synthetic oil.
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Old 09-29-2015, 10:36 AM   #557
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On a trip a month ago I watched as the engine and trans temps moved around more than normal. After we got back a pressure test revealed a crack in the radiator under the return hose. That being the case and since it was all apart it got a new radiator, coolant flush, idler pulley, water pump, serp belt, thermostat and radiator cap. The hoses being replaced back in December I reused them. Waiting on a new wheel hub bearings to be delivered for the front currently.


The best investment I made was the back-up camera in January. To keep my marriage a happy one and reduce any tension at the start and end of the trip I installed a backup camera. A quick $20 purchase on Amazon (radio in the Yukon was camera ready) and an hour worth of installation makes for an easy hook up.


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Loading up for the 450 mile drive back to my home base from visiting my sister. One day there then hook up for 250 miles to Road Atlanta for the 2015 Petit le Mans.
Jealous, I was only able to hit Road America this year. Have Fun!
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Replaced the stock 26 gallon fuel tank with a Titan 50 gallon. More to come...
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Replaced the stock 26 gallon fuel tank with a Titan 50 gallon. More to come...
I did this to my truck several years ago. Expensive, but worth every dime.
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