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From : bigdad

Q: .. .. inline =3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d =3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d when air is left in the system......... there is no way in hell it will ever warm up and expand causing the fingers to ride the bearing......especially being as the bearing is already riding on fingers. a question........... if the air could....expand due to heat and apply the bearing..... then why isnt the fluid expanding and applying the bearing air compresss brake fluid does not marsh =3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d =3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d mr-d150@spam.citlink.net budd=a0cochran replied air expands when heated most fluids do not . . or have you forgotten how a hot air balloon works generally taught by the time you get to the third grade. -- budd cochran =3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d =3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d=3d budd you have not ceased to amaze me at your ability to prove yourself wrong without even suspecting youre doing it. quoting you air expands when heated most fluids do not lmao 1 i did not say air would not expand when heated. i did say it compresss i also did say that brake fluid would not compress. please take note...there will be a quiz 2 i see you stated in open forum that... and i do quote most fluids do not expand. could you...... maybe..... possibly.... hopefully... pull out of yer arse..... jest one fluid that does expand when heated maybe one that applies to this thread..... go ahead...jest one.. i dare you.... no damnitt.....not engine coolant!!! rotflmao @ budd 3 as previously stated i am aware that hot air expands.....jest look what youve done to this thread with all yers...and i am aware of its effects on balloons though i am not sure i learned it in third grade. 4 i feel sure that you havent mastered the concept of hydraulic brake and clutch systems yet......something that is learned in the 1st or 2nd year of apprenticeship as an auto tech...... rotflmao @ the small eng. tech / heav. trk tech. marshmonster eats nibbles on a cotterpin and chases it down with some gear oil .

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From : tom lawrence

you can add a heated seat cushion with vvviiibbbrrraaatttiiinnnggg massage on your current truck for much less than the factory heated leather option. check out brookstone or similar stores. not that i know from any experience or anything..... -- ken sss advocate only thing that i can think of thats worse than heated leather seats is vibrating heated leather seats. no wonder all you old farts poke along the streets with a goofy grin on yer face. do ya all keep a tube of ky in the cupholders too vbg denny you folks have to excuse the friggin rabbit. although he knocks you not so manly folks that feel the need for leather heated leather at that. you should understand that it frustration that he does so. given that no seat maker offers a heated leather bench seat for a pick up and given that his furry wide ass is waaaayyyyy too wide to fit in a bucket seat he attacks those who have learned to stay the hell out of the refrigerator and can fit into and enjoy heated leather seats. ya know i had to read this twice. getting a little slow with comprehension nope. just couldnt believe the bs that youre spewing.. bg before realization set in that you seem to be talking from experience and are just trying to pass the fat ass off onto somebody else. for example1 if i had an atv i wouldnt need to install oversized tires and skid-plates that is undoubteedly because they cant build one for your fat ass. you in a jeep is like me on a atv. and the jeep wouldnt need oversized tires and additional skid plates for me to drive it down the road. or 2 my half ton gasser does everything i need it to do. i didnt need to get a 3/4 ton cummins to haul my ass around you cant hop yer furry wide ass up into a 3/4 ton. its not cant its dont want to. it gets to be a pain in the furry ass when i have to crawl in and out of it all the time. the dmi hitch works good but sometimes it still takes a couple of tries. and 3 i didnt have to dig a hole in my backyard for a swimming pool so i wouldnt scare off the people at the public swimming holes. no no no the hot tub is on the deck. the pool was at the other house. and i wont mention who had the pw moniker for a week. vbfg shit!! id forgotten about that one! didnt i have to be good or something for a week to get rid of it bfg sorry pal as long as i remember it youre stuck with it. and if anybody wants to know what pw stands for just ask!! bfg now what the hell is a rabbit who has been secrtly keeping the machine ranting about a tube of ky mac and red still have the machine out on the left coast the last i heard. i remember dale all pissed off that they wouldnt share.. nice the way ya try to drag those two into it. i can respect that alls fair. you know the motto. the truth hurts. nothing to be ashamed of.... you get enough rain yet it stopped around here a couple of days ago but its muddy as hell. itll be the middle of next week till i can play in the fields again. denny roy denny .

From : aarcuda69062

you can add a heated seat cushion with vvviiibbbrrraaatttiiinnnggg massage on your current truck for much less than the factory heated leather option. check out brookstone or similar stores. not that i know from any experience or anything..... -- ken sss advocate only thing that i can think of thats worse than heated leather seats is vibrating heated leather seats. no wonder all you old farts poke along the streets with a goofy grin on yer face. do ya all keep a tube of ky in the cupholders too vbg denny you folks have to excuse the friggin rabbit. although he knocks you not so manly folks that feel the need for leather heated leather at that. you should understand that it frustration that he does so. given that no seat maker offers a heated leather bench seat for a pick up and given that his furry wide ass is waaaayyyyy too wide to fit in a bucket seat he attacks those who have learned to stay the hell out of the refrigerator and can fit into and enjoy heated leather seats. ya know i had to read this twice before realization set in that you seem to be talking from experience and are just trying to pass the fat ass off onto somebody else. for example1 if i had an atv i wouldnt need to install oversized tires and skid-plates or 2 my half ton gasser does everything i need it to do. i didnt need to get a 3/4 ton cummins to haul my ass around and 3 i didnt have to dig a hole in my backyard for a swimming pool so i wouldnt scare off the people at the public swimming holes. and i wont mention who had the pw moniker for a week. vbfg now what the hell is a rabbit who has been secrtly keeping the machine ranting about a tube of ky mac and red still have the machine out on the left coast the last i heard. i remember dale all pissed off that they wouldnt share.. denny .

From : bob

once the master cylinder is in the retracted position the entire system is open to the reservoir any expansion of the fluid or entrapped air will merely push that volume of fluid back into the reservoir. when the clutch pedal is slightly depressed the piston covers the mc port to prevent pressure from back feeding into the reservoir. john has described exactly why there is a problem and there should be with air in the system. if for whatever reason and there are many reasons between design and real life the air does not travel back the the master cylinder it will be trapped when the mc travels past the port. if the air is trapped it doesnt matter where it is in the system it will have a negative effect on clutch operation. given the variation of designs from automotive to industrial air in a hydraulic system can have a negative effect in almost any phase of operation depending on the system. as such we can now debate what amount of air if that air has more or less of an effect than the preload spring if the preload spring is there or not and a myriad of other variables that can occur. but one irrevocable fact remains air isnt supposed to be in the system. so whether you think you are a clutch expert from the swamp a wanna be technician named after a cheap cut of beef or simply an experienced technician you have to bleed the system. -- max give a man a match and he is warm for a short while. light him on fire and he is warm for the rest of his life. none. by design there is supposed to be a small fraction of a inch clearance. this was seen in the mechanical systems as your pedals freeplay. when air is left in the system the air can warm up and expand causing the fingers to ride the bearing. not likely since there is no closed end to allow pressure to build. once the master cylinder is in the retracted position the entire system is open to the reservoir any expansion of the fluid or entrapped air will merely push that volume of fluid back into the reservoir. when the clutch pedal is slightly depressed the piston covers the mc port to prevent pressure from back feeding into the reservoir. .

From : marsh monster

i believe you i just never saw the op just the one i responded to. -- if at first you dont succeed youre not cut out for skydiving i didnt see anywhere where he gave the year first post of the thread.... he stated it was a 91 dodge w250 .

From : bob

.. .. inline ============ ============ rjstewart55@yahoo.com bigdad wrote my wife has a 1996 dodge b3500 van. i need to replace the front rotors. the guy at autozone wants to know if it has 4 wheel anti lock brakes or rear wheel only. how can i tell the owners manual is of no help. ============= ============= easy proof..... there will be an electrical wire on both front brakes running down behind the spindle and rotors.....attached to sensors. no wires.... no sensors.... no 4 wheel abs ; marshmonster .

From : aarcuda69062

its an available option. most dodge trucks have a sticker either under the hood or in the glove box listing what options were ordered for the vehicle. no stickers also for simple brake pads calipers and rotors it often doesnt matter if they are abs or not. have the parts guy or got to autozones web site look up the part numbers for abs and non-abs. if they are the same numbers youre set. its not simple rotors. the rotors are part of the hub assembly and the one for front wheel anti loock brakes cost about twice as much. .

From : bigdad

you can add a heated seat cushion with vvviiibbbrrraaatttiiinnnggg massage on your current truck for much less than the factory heated leather option. check out brookstone or similar stores. not that i know from any experience or anything..... -- ken sss advocate only thing that i can think of thats worse than heated leather seats is vibrating heated leather seats. no wonder all you old farts poke along the streets with a goofy grin on yer face. do ya all keep a tube of ky in the cupholders too vbg denny you folks have to excuse the friggin rabbit. although he knocks you not so manly folks that feel the need for leather heated leather at that. you should understand that it frustration that he does so. given that no seat maker offers a heated leather bench seat for a pick up and given that his furry wide ass is waaaayyyyy too wide to fit in a bucket seat he attacks those who have learned to stay the hell out of the refrigerator and can fit into and enjoy heated leather seats. now what the hell is a rabbit who has been secrtly keeping the machine ranting about a tube of ky gbmfg roy .

From : bigdad

easy proof..... there will be an electrical wire on both front brakes running down behind the spindle and rotors.....attached to sensors. no wires.... no sensors.... no 4 wheel abs youre right! there are no wires. thanks everyone! .

From : coasty

your time will come your hair will turn grey and fall out and you wont have that bushy tail to keep your butt warm anymore. yeah heated seats and the sss are in your future... im already grey but i still have most of it if my ass needs warmed up i eat a sack of white castles and the sss will never be in my future. at least not that ill ever admit to denny .