3/4 Ton of fun - ‘95 Sierra

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fancyTBI

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I don’t thanks, the fire chief is setup already, and I’ll pull all the lights out when I sell it.

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Put your Camaro chime in while you’re down there.
It was my understanding I needed one for the hazards and the turn signals.

I lost my door chime. I need to check under the seat. It’s somewhere. I also lost my dang running lamp spacers that the 88-93 trucks had. I wanted to put those on today but couldn’t find them.
 

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It was my understanding I needed one for the hazards and the turn signals.

I lost my door chime. I need to check under the seat. It’s somewhere. I also lost my dang running lamp spacers that the 88-93 trucks had. I wanted to put those on today but couldn’t find them.
Oh. I didn’t know they had separate relays. :shrug:
 

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@gblotter recommended them in this thread:
I did a complete LED conversion including Diode Dynamics switchbacks for parking/turn signals in front + LED corner bulbs + LED tail/stop lights.

To resolve hyper flash without resistors, I swapped out both the Hazard Flasher located in the Convenience Center and the Turn Signal Flasher located just left of the ashtray.

Hazard Flasher: CEC Industries EF28L LED Flasher
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Turn Signal Flasher: CEC Industries EF36L LED Flasher
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He hasn’t been on in a few months, but hope he’s doing good. Certainly helped me out with his info.
 

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Fought the F’ing filler neck for the afternoon. It’s mostly secured. The constant tension clamps are a bad idea.

I did get my new hood insulation added. It’s very nice.
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Now I don’t like the air cleaner or valve covers very much. They don’t jive with the copper.
 

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Fought the F’ing filler neck for the afternoon. It’s mostly secured. The constant tension clamps are a bad idea.

I did get my new hood insulation added. It’s very nice.
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Now I don’t like the air cleaner or valve covers very much. They don’t jive with the copper.
I love that air cleaner. Feel free to send it to wv and I'll gladly send you a grungy replacement.
 

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Fought the F’ing filler neck for the afternoon. It’s mostly secured. The constant tension clamps are a bad idea.

I did get my new hood insulation added. It’s very nice.
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Now I don’t like the air cleaner or valve covers very much. They don’t jive with the copper.
I know where this is going… :Big Laugh:
 

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I’ve got another air cleaner and a set of valve covers from the ‘94. I like having my emissions decal on the air cleaner. I can’t find reproductions.

But yes. The gears are turning. I would to repaint the air cleaner, valve covers and aluma brite on the accessory brackets.
 
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