Is that a photo shop...... don't have my glasses on. By the way, great progress Matt......
Wow nice looking truck!
I've got an 02 GMC Sierra 2wd with a 4.8 V8 in it and I had a Flowmaster Super 40 put on it. Picked it up almost 3 years ago with 83,000 miles on it, it's now got about 95,000. Only problems I've had was got a code thrown shortly after buying it but cleaning the MAF sensor easily took care of that. Just had to have the fuel pump replaced a few weeks ago. AC Delco pump was $149 with 2 day shipping from Rock Auto (dealer wanted $350 for same pump) and labor was $299 at dealer to have the gas tank dropped and fuel pump installed.
Gets about 12mpg city and 20 highway.
Here is how it sounds
Nice rig, Impaler! Sounds awesome! I wish I got 20 HWY. Get about 11.5 :yikes: Need to do some tune up work, still not running 100%.I'd save some money and get rid of that plow mount yourself... cant be all that hard.....
but it looks good otherwise...
I myself would turn it into the "Fall Guy" truck
LOL keep your stinky spelling on the COLD(er) side of the border! :devil:And its a PLOUGH !! the previous owner PLOUGHED his driveway.:wink::wink:
You live right on the lakefront hey Don. ?
I don't, unfortunately. Funny enough I WAS going to buy one to put in last week but put it off. They got me good...lol I can definitely do it, appreciate the info regardless. Slow night here too. Going to pour the next few days and she's parked in mud. Perfect storm (pun intended)On a good note, starters are cheap n easy, even cheaper if it's just the solenoid, and I'm guessing your truck is probably high enough you won't even need a jack to access it. Three wires, 2 bolts, maybe a spacer, and battery ground.. 20 minutes if you have the replacement starter on hand, which may be smaller in size due to newer starters using gear reduction but the mounting points should match. You probably know all of this but you know, it's a slow night so I have time to kill... hehe