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Pretty sure my 07 is 100k, but it never hurts to check them early
2007 5.9, 6speed, Quad Cab 4X4, Amsoil bypass system, Edelbrock Exhaust, Val Air dual disc, Dyna Trac free spin hub conversion, Dyna Trac ball joints, and more to come when the money gods allow
i think they are talking about checking valve lash
04,3500,auto,silver Quad,4x4,sps62,5"magnaflow,suncoast,Fass,smarty TNT,TST,gauges,mag hytec diffs and trans covers,air bags,amp reasearch,FF front bumper,methods,37"toyo MT,5"lift,ATS flares,CFM intake,coolant bp
waiting to go on, head studs,fluid damper,twins,TC rail,air boss,
i did mine at about 87k and they were all out but i do alot of towing and it made a world of difference
06 RAM 2500 QC SB 4X4,Csixer built Auto,custom Intake,fluiddampner, full gauges ,goosneck, pipe bumper, Cat 2 micron fuel system w/ big line kit, 4"lift, Silver bullet 64 turbo, second gen manifold swap,EFI Live
I pretty much go by the owners manual and mine says no need to check valve lash before 150K miles. Mine has 120K on it now, but I had the injectors replaced under warranty around 40K miles and asked the tech to run the valves (check lash) when he installed the injectors. I'll be doing it myself at 150K for peace of mind.
2006 Dodge, 2500, CTD, 4x4, 6 Speed, SLT, Mineral Grey, MBRP muffler + 6" dual stacks, CFM+ intake horn, AFE intake, Soon to be EFI Live, SB Con OFe.
I did the valves on my '05 today (@ ~92k miles). The truck has not been used for heavy towing or hauling, but all of the valves were loose (at, or just outside the loose end of spec). So I'd probably err on the side of caution and do them sooner rather than later. It's easy and even if you take your time you can easily do it inside of two hours.
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