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Re: Valve Seal Replacements - Steps rascott 03/28/20 03:13 AM
Originally Posted by KWitcher
According to the manuel for the 95 3.5L engine. The timing mark is about 1 o'clock. Before taking belt of my crank sprocket is at about 11 o'clock when the cams are lined up. Would the engine even run if the timing where off that bad?

Ken


you mentioned that it didn't run well...… but have proved it could.

sounds like a fine dad/son project. pay attention to the book and what could go wrong?

i had an '86 w/the tractor motor, so i can only offer encouragement.
richard
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Re: WTB - GEN1 Montero Pivot Arm LH chadzeilenga 03/25/20 03:36 AM
Hi Rx,
That sounds great. When I was installing the back of it popped off. I was just going to JB-Weld it in place until I got a solid replacement.
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Re: suzi the psychic rxinhed 03/25/20 01:42 AM
Parts R Us in orland, ca has about 30 of suzi's brothers and sisters that might net some of the early model parts.
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Lower ball joint GEN1 chadzeilenga 03/14/20 06:45 PM
Ok, I’m convinced I’m missing something here, but what is required to change the lower ball joint on a 4WD GEN1? I don’t seem to have the clearance above it to remove as the CV is in the way.
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how aluminum coils prevent oxidation alubyron 03/11/20 07:22 AM
The aluminum coils stocked by the company will have surface oxidation and white spots after being left for a long time. After cleaning, they will become black spots, which will affect the use. Is there a better and convenient storage method?

Under normal circumstances, aluminum itself is resistant to oxidation. The above phenomenon indicates that the warehouse is very humid, and other acidic materials have damaged the dense alumina protective film. However, aluminum coils are not convenient for painting.

Remind you to prevent the oxidation of aluminum coils:

(1) It is effective to wrap with plastic film, and it is better to put desiccant such as silicon inside.

(2) The humidity of the wooden shaft and box board of the packing box is not more than 18%, and the temperature of the packaging color aluminum coilaluminum coil is not more than 45 ° C.

(3) When transporting from a low temperature area to a high temperature and high humidity area, do not immediately open the sealed packaging.

(4) Where there is rain or snow on the roof of workshops and warehouses, colored aluminum coils should not be placed.
https://www.aluminum-alloy-supplier.com/aluminum-coil/
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Re: 4x4Wire is relocating rascott 03/11/20 05:08 AM
tennessee adventures await!
good wishes on the homemaking- sounds like that much property will be keeping you busy...….
also good to hear rxinhed made a successful move(other than flu).
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Re: Installing an oil pressure gauge ?? MarkG 03/08/20 01:56 AM
The oil pressure sensor is near the oil filter.
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Re: Temp gauge malfunction rxinhed 03/08/20 12:30 AM
I've had a bad temp gauge, faulty lift motor. If you find you need another, should still have an extra.
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Re: 1990 montero rebuild questions Oso 03/05/20 07:42 PM
1. there are a few different gen 1 fuel tank variants depending on year, engine, wheel base, etc.... Ive never heard of a gen 2 swap and would be really surprised if it just bolts right up with no mods.

2. it's a 6G7x block so they should. heads will be different between gens so you might need to swap those as well.
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Re: 87 Gen1 Rebuild in Kansas Tuxedo_Ranch 03/03/20 02:47 PM
Well ChadZ fixed me up with a PDF file I can finally post for "How to Wire LED Lights".

Hope I didn't make it to confusing and it helps out.
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