hmm lets see. sitting on a lift with floor mounted floods on. trans/transfer, pressure plate, and flywheel removed. i think i can see where a leak is or is not coming from. it's a minor seep less than a inch from the main wetting. 24hr downtime is what hurts the most.
message posted in 99 and newer superduty with a 7.3. has to be older than mid 03, but if it makes ya feel better. this particular 1 of our 7 SD's is a 99 f250 XLT, 4x4, ext cab, LB, 6spd, 4.10 w/LS. this week 165,000 miles on the clock this week. next week it'll be about 175,000. where hmm well today south GA, tomorrow maybe miami, mon it'll be in indiana, wed maybe ny. it's been in our fleet for a few months. history used on horse farm in virginia mostly. now it's typically loaded with 4000-9500 lbs running around on the east coast.
airsly you're right. lots of fun. sounded like a rattle at times. it was rather sporadic 1 of the 3 springs broke loose. backing plate broke. plenty of life left on pad though. luckily the gooseneck trailer was empty and i had just ran in from birmingham. slowed to exit went to grab a gear and nothing. no gears double pump. shut down put in second and drove 3 miles to shop. when the plate went the pilot and through out crapped as well.
driver seat not yet, but soon.
I was looking at the down pipes. i think one of the guys is near the warehouse. i'll go ahead and have them picked up.