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Old 12-01-2019, 12:30 PM   #31
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Location: Texas

Casualties so far include a sticky EGR valve (will delete soon) and frozen water supply. I didn't realize how much 8200 ft elevation affected baseline intake vacuum measurements too. Normally idles at 20 in Hg in Texas, that turns into 14 in Hg at 8200 ft. Tires inflate more too... had to let some air out to get better traction. Despite a weird whine while turning & coasting, the truetrac seems to be doing it's thing.

Doggo is loving the snow

'96 854 Platinum - "Trusty"
'92 245 - "Boat"
'71 145 - "Rusty"
'93 Land Cruiser - "Ruby"
'01 Cherokee - "Janice"
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