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    Quote Originally Posted by pennyman1 View Post
    I have been running Geronimo with Restore for years - it really does work. Its not a permanent fix, but a good solution to run with until you are ready to overhaul the motor. Rislone is what I also add to keep things clean - old solutions for older motors...
    This was moreso a test, and just like you said it seems like it will work till i tear the motor down, im going to be ordering a fully assembled new head for the motor, and get a complete rebuild kit, i just need to get the motor torn down and the block off to the machine shop so i can get the pistons to match

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    and for those that want to see more pictures of the truck now that its alive and on its own now..

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    here was testing the chevy wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeMoN-HeMi View Post
    during hurricane Harvey water got up to the bottom of the cab, not enough to go into the cab but enough that made the clutch rust and stick
    Don't forget to change your axle and trans oil!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giovanni89 View Post
    Don't forget to change your axle and trans oil!


    we checked them, water didn't get deep enough to get into the vents, it got just enough to touch the clutch and the motor having 2 dead cylinders didnt have enough ass to even attempt to get it moving, its running a lot better now, and as soon as i get some time off work, im going to start working on making the body better looking

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