Join Date: Nov 2010
Feedback Score: 0 reviews
My local shop had charged me an extra $300 to do underside but also, understand that they had done a complete repaint as well as spray in bed liner so, I'm sure they gave me a reduced rate. Yes, that sounds like crank seal but, very unusual I personally have not met anyone that has had to replace that seal even with mine having almost a million miles it is still dry. Best thing would be to clean the area where you think it is coming from and just watch it. The most common leaks on these trucks are down in the valley under your toilet seat a.k.a the black cover or the engine oil cooler which is on the driverside down by the oil pan and it is cylindrical in shape. Just checking have you checked your last post where I left you my name and number in case you wanted to talk about these trucks?
I have a 95 F350 PS/DRW/LB which I bought in 05' with 102,000mi from original owner as of 6/29/12 it has 920,798 mi.on the original engine.It runs great and pulls even better.It pulls commercially anything and everything that pays me money Ha,Ha.Upgrades done are an all steel cowl induction hood to help get the heat out of the engine bay,Banks inter-cooler hardware kit using a cooler from a 99 PS,TRUCOOL tranny cooler,Magtech alum.finned tranny and rear diff.covers,DP tunes 40T,60T,60E.S&W guages BST/Trans.Temp/EGT,K&N cold air intake,BD 4"exhaust,HPturbochargers did my upgrades on turbo with banks impeller(a little diff.pitch and height than the stock garrett splitter wheel) and 1.0 exh.for faster spool-up WOW!I'm hoping to hit 1 million miles or more before having to put my drop-in crate engine in.I can only hope that it will be just as good.Hopefully! I can be of assistance to any one needing help with thier PS with problems that I may or may not have encountered.GOOD LUCK!