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Hello so i basiaally bought a set of 4 wheels all rim 19 and i have a 2009 nissan frontier with stock rims (16) so could i fit some 19 on the truck or nah and also i need help on finding some rims that will fitthese tires. TOYO TIREEXTENSA HP II245 /40 R19 98W XL BSW and the rear i=ones which are 275/40/r19
Had a jolt while driving the other day and now i have trouble accelerating. 5.7 liter.
Codes came back with one for cylinder 6 and several for lack of pressure. Im not a car guy but im looking into doing more stuff myself. From my understanding if i replace the spark plugs i should be fine? Should i replace them all?
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Going to be attending my first show with my boys, twins age 4, on Aug 15th. Any tips or incite into making the day the best possible? I plan to get them some headsets for the sound. We've got pit passes as well, which I'm really excited about. We absolutely love all trucks.
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I have a 14 Frontier, but I don't want to spend $$$ getting it repainted. The paint shine isn't completely dead, but I'd like it make it look shinier than it does. Any tips or tricks? Maybe something I could get a professional to do?
You know, the thing:
Regular car reviews YouTube channel did an episode on the Ford Courier today and it stired an old memory today for me. 40 years ago my dad had one. He was super smart mechanic, well ahead of his time and worked on refridgerated trailers as a job as a mid 20s year old. Long story short, he liked his friends at the bar more then my mom and they divorced in the mid 80s. I didn't see him much after that. They both died this past decade so I can't ask either of them this question.
I remember riding around in his manual ford courier much like the one in rcr. He somehow affixed a 80s led readout on the inside of the truck that would give information about the truck much like a modern ecu would. But this was definitely a hack because I remember it being attached with bolts not not installed by ford.
It had a (horizontal?) keypad like a calculator and I remember asking him to put the mph on the display so I could watch it go up and down.
Does anyone have any clue what this system was or how it was done in what had to be pre-1985ish?
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