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HEMI: Avoid first generation new engines?

From : todd w roat

Q: barry white wrote in acioa.123439$mj5.23821@fed1read03 the blinders. as far as my compassion goes i do extensive community service including being a boy scouts advisor and former leader and red cross disaster relief worker. your community service is shooting republicans. care to step into my sights typical liberal full of hate and a hypocrite to boot dont you know that all good liberals are goose-stepping to the anti-gun fervor now. hey barry white -- i just saw on tv that you died. shouldnt you be resting in peace now ; .


From : dan j s

i am looking for a used k&n air intake - or - other brand.. for dodge dakota 2000 .

From : ignoramus11219

in a post i made regarding my deciding to go with 4.7l or hemi 2003 ram i received several emails saying to never buy a new model/generation engine. assuming you would inn effect be a guinea pig for all the problems the new engine will need twekaed. is this a myth i would suspect it makes some sense logically. i bought the hemi without considering this fact. love it...... so far ;^ is there anyone who has put a lot of miles on their hemi yet todd .

From : dan j s

thanks. i will call them. maybe i was reading old posts. could be. i think it was $2k when it was first announced but ive got a kit installed on my 99 and i can tell you i paid $995 for it. another company tsm manufacturing http// offers a kit for $400 not including calipers. $550 gets you the kit with calipers and flex lines no parking brake. $750 gets you a complete kit with parking brakes. .

From : moparman jey1958 wrote in does anyone know why the check engine light would come on around 70000 miles on my 1996 1500 ram 4x4 with 5.2 l ... could bad coolant make the light come on jim it could come on for any number of reasons... youll need to find out what code the computer has stored. if you search for it you should be able to find something online. sb .

From : nunya

lol now you need to jump into this post perhaps you should respond to the post directed at you. the front pinion bearing has no effect on the pinion depth so if the pinion ring and rear pinion bearing look good you can just replace the front bearing and put it back together without the fun of resetting the pinion depth. if they look good i trust your eyeball is calibrated in .001 increments and that you can tell that even after the front bearing has failed there is no variation in the pinion depth due to rear bearing abuse with that eyeball. actually yes i can and so should anyone else that has reasonable eyesight. in order for the bearing to lose even a 1/100 of an inch it is going to leave a ridge on the race and you can both see and feel that. even if it is on the rollers you will still see the deformity and know that the bearing is shot. sounds as if you think you know a lot because you watched someone rebuild your axle. look who is talking mr set pinion depth when replacing carrier bearings lol. if i was repairing an axle for someone else i would replace both of them for no other reason then not having to worry about it later. you claim if it were someone elses axle youd replace both bearings but whine about how much im costing my customers when i say doing the job right means replacing both pinion bearings. no what i am making fun of is your it has to be destroyed mentality. that is what must cost your customers a fortune whenever they bring something to you. -- if at first you dont succeed youre not cut out for skydiving .

From : trey

you are too stupid to be playing under the hood. take it to an ac shop and let them play under the hood. my a/c isnt working in my 97 ram pu and i noticed that the a/c clutch does not come on and drive the compressor at all. i checked to see if it spins and it does. is their a way to test the clutch their is a 2 prong electrical plug leading too it and is it just a matter of putting 12 volts on it .

From : deno24

nascar outlawed em they are so good. nhra makes 5000 or so hp with em wonder if one of those would fit into my quadcab. hemi is an acronym for hemispherical whitch refers to the combustion chamber. moparman wrote ignoramus8786 ignoramus8786@nospam.8786.invalid wrote in what are they and what is so good about them. zoom zoom zoom idot!!! hmmmmmm ....... if you cant spell the word correctly and you use the word to label someone then guess what jerry -- character is doing the right thing when nobody is looking. .