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1999 Ram fuel pump

From : steve k

Q: says... after reminding myself of the tremendous amount of . . . . . .uh knowledge in this group i decided it was best to ask those that wont fall out of their chairs laughing well wont fall too hard anyway over my question. im subscribed to tera for a erver but i need to find a reader that is simple duh! and gets even the latest posts before they are a week old. heck even google is faster than x in that respect. my cable internet provider doesnt have groups so im doing this song and dance to get to the group to bug you all. itried setting up oulook express but it cant connect to tera directly. thanks!!! budd i have used gravity for several years now it was a commercial program that i paid for but now its free and has been updated so it does everything including the dreaded yenc files. its a little tricky to get all the settings right but i keep going back to it after trying just about all the free and a few of the ones you have to pay for. you should be able to connect to any erver with oe or any other program. oe is total crap as a reader but it for reading but for downloading anything its a joke. i use giga for my server. check gravity out here.. you would want the full install.. http// bdk .


From : carolina watercraft works

had to do the same thing only 1 for me so far same year and less miles. funny how my 89 nissan still has its original steel lines and there just fine. i guess that its just another dc or at the time chrysler method of increasing profits at the customers expense. -- if at first you dont succeed youre not cut out for skydiving in the last few months i have had to replace four sections of brake line..... 130000 miles on a 97 ram 1500...... a word to the wise.....inspect your brake lines! .

From : tbone

those dynos still measure the engines torque inertial dynos dynojet for example dont... they measure power be it hp or kw and interpret torque based on engine rpm. this is why a lot of times diesel guys only get hp ratings from their dyno runs - becuase they dont feel like setting up the cumbersome little optical sensor to read rpm from the engine. .

From : smk17

explain why synthetics protect better than conventional oils. other than the fact they do not thicken as much when cold or thin as much when hot ====================================== i did explain why in my post you responded to and you have written it again here in your above statement. the other reason you state in one of your last sentences in your own post. due to additional additives that are put in full synthetics they are more resistant to viscosity-molecular breakdown. mark .

From : coasty

i was changing my wheels from the oversize ones that came with my truck bought it used to normal size wheels. ive changed 3 tires but 1 i cant get off because one of the 8 lug nuts is stuck on the lug. the oversize tires lug nuts use a special adapter that goes inside the lug nut american racing wheels to turn it off the lug. the problem is worse because it is not only stuck but now the lug nut has cracked so the adapter turns freely inside. what are my options can i drill it out anything to watch out for would a tap help also can i drill all the way through the bolt then what this is on the driver side rear wheel will i damage the brakes maybe i need an arc welder to just burn the lug and bolt off sorry for all the questions but i going crazy over this. please post reply. 6 pipe wrench with a cheater always works. coasty .

From : tbone

tom lawrence wrote i agree with matthew. it is all about torque. the original statement was that to move a load of x lbs. at y mph requires z hp. however that hp is created be it lotsa torque with low rpms or little torque and lotsa rpm matters not. that is the point that i disagree with. a horsepower number does not describe an engines ability the same at different rpms. 100 horsepower at 1000 rpm is 10 times stronger than 100 horsepower at 10000 rpm. 100 lbs/ft of torque has the same ability no matter what rpm it occurs at. 100 hp @ 1000 rpm = 525.2 lbs/ft torque 100 hp @ 10000 rpm = 52.52 lbs/ft torque -- ken .