The master driver’s switch that controls all those functions is probably bad.
Right now the rates are better on the load boards.
Amazon pays about 29% less than what the load boards pay for similar runs.
No down payment is needed.
The Firestone S591 casing and tread is a updated version of the now discontinued Bridgestone R280.
The Cascadia cab itself is the same, it’s just the sleeper is smaller, usually not a full 72” Condo sized sleeper, but a 48” or 60” mid-roof sleeper.
Where is your fifth wheel set at?
Did you replace the expansion valve for the cab and the sleeper and replace the receiver drier?
Try using clear silicone
Call a different Intertrashional dealer.
TEC of Fontana has the cheapest prices for Gabriel shocks.
Try Amazon or eBay too.
If you’re on a regular shock replacement schedule of replacing shocks every 100k miles, a less expensive option is Gabriel Fleetline shocks,...
That’s true, but the clutch pedal must’ve really been hanging low for it to feel that way.
I replaced the return spring on my hydraulic clutch...
The clutch return spring has nothing to do with clutch brake, engagement or release.
It seems the shop didn’t adjust the clutch brake properly...
Did you check too see if the cab blower motor is working?
If it’s working, than you either have a freon leak somewhere or your A/C compressor is...
8 23/32" hole
I haven't heard any negative feedback about that kit.
The expansion valve usually gets clogged up and gets stuck, it's a relatively inexpensive part to purchase $40-50, the receiver/drier should be...
The size for the front is standard whether you have steel or aluminum wheels.