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Old 08-28-2008, 07:31 PM
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Howard, you can leave it at my place. I'd be very surprised if it was not driveable.

[edit] Sorry, I knew it was Howard.
03 UZJ100 (2.5" OME/Slee suspension), Slee Step-Sliders, LEDs, cross drilled and slotted rotors by PowerStop, and some other goodies.
75 FJ40; 355 HP/405 FP torque/ fuel injected ZZ4; Snorkel, 700R4 tranny, Orion, ARBs F&R, armored, winch, ...; and now weighing in at 4370 lbs.

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Old 08-28-2008, 07:48 PM
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I was thinking of driving it somewhere.... AAA will tow 100 miles for free. Its 117 From Erie to Leadville according to mapquest...

chtucker= Christine & Howard Tucker.... gets confused all the time

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Old 08-28-2008, 07:56 PM
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I would do a compression test to see if the head gasket is gone between 5/6. I have not seen a cam go on these engines yet. Does not mean it can. I am currently in Vermont and not able to look at anything until next week.
When doing a compression test with all the spark plugs out, if you hear a slight compression squeek when you get compression on the guage and the guage reads lower then the rest of the cylinders(1-4) then you may have the gasket gone between the two cylinder. Any how good luck and I will check in when I can
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