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Thanks. Will do. And according to the required...

Thanks. Will do. And according to the required minimum number of characters, I thank you again.
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Posted By actorstuntguy

1989 Cadillac Deville problem

Hello. I just bought this Deville and the power steering fluid leaks out within a few hours. Very aggravating having to fill it up every time I go somewhere.

Once filled it's fine, so probably a...
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Posted By actorstuntguy

Good Lord, why is a fuel pump assembly so damn...

Good Lord, why is a fuel pump assembly so damn high for this truck??? 200 bucks?

Yes, the fuel pump went out, luckily next to my driveway.
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Posted By actorstuntguy

Good call, I failed to mention that I replaced...

Good call, I failed to mention that I replaced the inside bearings as well. They were trashed.
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Posted By actorstuntguy

Thank you for the advice. I replaced the front...

Thank you for the advice. I replaced the front brake pads, turned the rotors, replaced the O2 sensor, and added a new steering stabilizer. Good as new.
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Posted By actorstuntguy

Thank you chandler. I do most of my own mechanic...

Thank you chandler. I do most of my own mechanic work, so I will probably tear it down this week and check it out. I did want a second opinion though.


Thanks Gunguy45, good point.
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I have an '87 K-5 that has been dynamite....

I have an '87 K-5 that has been dynamite. Throttle body injected 350 with 4WD. Easy to work on, etc. Has it's problems here and there being an older model, but cheap and easy to fix.
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Posted By actorstuntguy

1987 K-5 Blazer

Hello all, I haven't posted here in a while. I still have my K-5 and it's giving me a bit of a fit.

When I hit the brakes, sometimes it develops a horrible wobble. Is it a warped rotor?

It...
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Posted By actorstuntguy

Thanks for all of your responses. I forgot I was...

Thanks for all of your responses. I forgot I was even on this forum, (i'm on so many) and meant to get back here earlier.

I figured it was the valve stem seals. Much as I hate to, I think I'm just...
08-20-08, 06:12 PM
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Posted By actorstuntguy

I agree with Docduck

Stick with plywood if that's what you have, especially for that size area. Install a quality outdoor carpet that is a "plush" kind.

What I mean is, not a "loop" type knap like berber. That way pet...
08-20-08, 10:14 AM
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Posted By actorstuntguy

basement carpet

To me this would depend on your moisture level downstairs. Any leaks anywhere? How old is your house? Any major cracks in the concrete?

There's nothing wrong with putting carpet in a basement. You...
08-20-08, 09:52 AM
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Posted By actorstuntguy

laying 2x4's flat

That's a no-no. Always follow it as if it were a floor in your house. The 2x4's should go on their sides with the crowns facing up. Think structural rigidity.

If it has too much of a crown, cull...
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1987 K-5 Blazer

Hello DYI community. I found this board through Google and like it so far.

Question for you mechanics out there. My K-5 has 162,XXX miles on it. The drivetrain runs smooth. The 4WD works fine.
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08-20-08, 09:13 AM
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Posted By actorstuntguy

carpet installation

I worked with a guy as an installer for 7 years. As far as seams, there is a definite art to it. And no way is every single seam going to be invisible. Some carpets (berber especially) can be...
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