Diesel or V6? Looks like the latter to me b/c the factory aux cooler built into the top of the condenser.Installed a new transmission cooler because my temps spikes to 200+ when off roading the other day. The install went easy until I got a hold of my dremel and things went sideways after that though :/
I friend of mine has a son that works at Fastenal. He found some in a distant warehouse and said he’ll have them early next week. I’m going to try them before going through the trouble of safety wire.Ah. Gotcha. Yea I did miss it. I have a machining warehouse out by me that iirc had them.
I agree.The typical helical spring washer … serves as a spring while the bolt is being tightened. However, the washer is normally flat by the time the bolt is fully torqued. At this time it is equivalent to a solid flat washer, and its locking ability is nonexistent. In summary, a lockwasher of this type is useless for locking.
The problem with the standard lock washers is they are made to dig into softer metal. Steering knuckles and brake brackets are far from soft.I agree.
I will admit though that adding the lock washers kept the bolts tight at least twice as long as no washer so they did something to help imho.
They looks nice. Chevy should offer them as a factory option or std on diesel long beds or something. You know, a configuration people are likely to tow larger trailers with.
I wanted to give people alot of before and after pictures at once, so they could see if this is something they want.They looks nice. Chevy should offer them as a factory option or std on diesel long beds or something. You know, a configuration people are likely to tow larger trailers with.
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