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    Less than $30 in parts from Dorman and completed the fuel line repair.

    Took it out around town and the freeway, successful 30 mile test drive - no fuel smell, no leak!

    I was about to bite the $500 bullet on having the line raplaced at a shop, it runs from the tank up alongside the engine to the fuel rail and couldn't see nor figure out where the clips were on the engine side

    Dorman made it easy.

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    Just finished installing this bumper and tire carrier today. It seems to me that all ARB bumpers are a PITA to install, and this was no exception, but it feels solid, no squeaks, and no rattles. The extra 160 lbs of rear weight smooths out the ride a bit too.

    I installed the locking aluminum toolbox on the tailgate recently too. Best investment in a while. When closed, it also blocks the cubby space in the cargo area floor from access, so it's a great way to store tools and recovery gear without worry of having stuff stolen.

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    What was done to your rig this week?

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    New ball joints, unit bearings and C gusset.


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    Got my new hitch installed
    Fits well with my stinger now just need to order the evo fascia soon and I should be good on the rear. Next is to get this darn bumpers sold so I can order a evo 1/4 pounder.


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