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1  The Parking Lot / Mopar Trucks / Re: Country Dream Dodge 150 Custom on: June 21, 2011, 01:02:55 PM
Work already completed on truck:
4 new shocks, tires, and brakes
New starter, upper and lower radiator hoses, water pump

*Note: Items NOT listed in order of precedence*

Knowledge on what needs to be done:
Fixed radiator leak, however, need to replace radiator (any place I can find one cheap?)
Ignition switch inoperable, been using alternative press-button ignition
Horn on steering wheel inoperable (again, using alternative press-button for horn)
Clutch pedal needs adjustment (transmission not engaging until clutch almost completely released)
Need to re-seal doors, wing windows
Replace windshield
Replace door speakers
Replace tape player

And just about anything else that can be thought of.
2  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Prettykitty's 'new' motorhome on: June 20, 2011, 01:04:35 PM
BTW, an update on my motorhome, allowed someone to borrow her and they pretty well destroyed her, so I am going to have to tear her apart and rebuild her in time.
3  The Parking Lot / Mopar Trucks / Country Dream Dodge 150 Custom on: June 20, 2011, 01:01:32 PM
Ok, got a friend that has a 85 Dodge 150 Custom he calls Country Dream, having some issues and trying to pick some brains. ----Here he is--- She (Country) has a 5.2 liter 318 V8 four speed manual transmission. Any advice is welcome, she's got alot wrong with her and it's a safe bet if you can think of something, it needs to be worked on.
-----Basic deal is that she stopped working, they replaced the starter and while trying to start her I noticed that she didn't sound right, took a look and the belts weren't turning right. So, we stopped pulled off the belts (after disconnecting the battery) and I tried to manually turn the pulleys. All but the drive train pulley turned just fine. Any ideas? He'd have posted this himself if the registration wasn't disabled, but his name is Steven, he is assigned to the Chapparal, NM reserves unit.---------
4  The Coffee Shop / Introductions / Re: Hello world on: December 13, 2009, 01:14:39 PM
Thank you Charlie Grin
5  The Coffee Shop / Introductions / Re: Hello world on: December 10, 2009, 09:21:34 PM
hey hey now, I've been busy
6  The Coffee Shop / Introductions / Re: Hello world on: December 09, 2009, 09:45:05 PM
Hey all, it's Erin (AKA Prettykitty or "Griff's Daughter). Finally made it back on.
7  The Parking Lot / Mopar Cars / Prettykitty's Savoy on: December 09, 2009, 09:11:23 PM
Here are the pictures I have for my Savoy, between deployments and family issues/emergencies it's been taking me longer than intended to get anything done with it, but I will try to get more pictures as soon as I can (which may be a while since the Army is sending me to Ft Bliss TX)
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