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Has anyone ever put the Bridgestone R197 Ecopia tires on the drives or steers? I believe the rolling resistance is 76. On the Bridgestone U.S. page says its an all position tire. The Canadian page says its jut a trailer tire. I had MD alignment do the truck here in Salt Lake City, UT and I put the Bridgestone R197 Ecopia tires on on the steers. They are doing good so far.
I dropped my ScanGauge and now it does not display information correctly. Can I get it repaired or do I have to buy another one? I need it back, please help.
⟐ Edited May 22, 2013 at 6:21 pm -0700
I have a set of 3:58 rears for sale. they are rockwell rears 20/145 with the locking rear diff. would be great for a 13 or 18 sp tranny. I bought them to go in my truck but have not had time to put them in. I have now decided to get another truck. these will cost $2650 from the salvage yard as take outs. and thats not counting the $800 core charge for both gears. I will lose money on these but thats life. I am only asking $2000 for the set. they are from a 2005 model truck.
if interested you can call me at 912-550-9243. dont call if you are not interested in buying them. I live in ga. if interested i may can arrange to me you. sorry but i dont go past dallas nor up past Va. on the east coast.
⟐ Edited May 22, 2013 at 1:13 pm -0700
Looking into this STEINBAUER ecm power pox. Anybody has any experice with this product?
What would cause high calcium? Oil was in the truck all winter and I never went south? Road salt?