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I have had too many Puppy Mill and Backyard Breeders Brood Females in Rescue when I was doing Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute Rescue. I do believe there is a special place down south for those people.
One of the Sibes that I had for 13 years was a show dog that did not like his handler, she was training him with a Dowel that used on him if he breathed wrong. Funny thing is he was a Show ring natural except he was neutered when I got him.
Join the chain and show us some pics! (I love how it started out all educational and here we are weeks later talking about pups and barely our ponies) I love it, I'm glad to be a member of the community 馃槀馃槀
 

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I heard that can get rid of the clunk when trying to accelerate from a lower speed, did it do that for you? Been looking into getting that aluminum one piece driveshaft from AM, but haven't pulled the trigger lol
I heard that can get rid of the clunk when trying to accelerate from a lower speed, did it do that for you? Been looking into getting that aluminum one piece driveshaft from AM, but haven't pulled the trigger lol
The Clomk had them with the stock driveshaft. Now much less vibrations, and the car feels smoothzer
I bought it at CJponys, it is the only specific store that ships to Europe. The rest of the pieces I usually buy at Rockauto
 

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The Clomk had them with the stock driveshaft. Now much less vibrations, and the car feels smoothzer
I bought it at CJponys, it is the only specific store that ships to Europe. The rest of the pieces I usually buy at Rockauto
So quite possibly the vibration I feel on a cold startup and through the steering wheel is my driveshaft :unsure: I've heard that simple little purchase actually makes the car feel a ton better in all aspects. When I first got it the clunk scared the **** out of me hahaha. I might have to buy it and see if that resolves some of the issues I'm having
 

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I have 7, but they are all small dogs (Compared to Moose)
Triton, the old man of the group.
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Tonka, voted most likely to destroy the house on his way out the door.
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Josie
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Ziva The Old Lady of the group.
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Ozzy
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And the 2 Boston Terrors I mean Terriers, Groot is the Black and White and Sophy is the Chocolate and White
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I have 7, but they are all small dogs (Compared to Moose)
Triton, the old man of the group.
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Tonka, voted most likely to destroy the house on his way out the door.
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Josie
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Ziva The Old Lady of the group.
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Ozzy
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And the 2 Boston Terrors I mean Terriers, Groot is the Black and White and Sophy is the Chocolate and White
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Those are some absolutely gorgeous dogs Siber! Makes me miss having the smaller breeds :(
 

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I have 7, but they are all small dogs (Compared to Moose)
Triton, the old man of the group.
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Tonka, voted most likely to destroy the house on his way out the door.
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Josie
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Ziva The Old Lady of the group.
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Ozzy
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And the 2 Boston Terrors I mean Terriers, Groot is the Black and White and Sophy is the Chocolate and White
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I just love those Bostons, they can be a handful with that terrier personality but they are so affectionate and smart!
 

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I just love those Bostons, they can be a handful with that terrier personality but they are so affectionate and smart!
I was never a Small dog person, when we got the Black and White one that was supposed to be my wife's dog. He loves my wife but he really loves me so that is why we got the Chocolate and she hangs out with me also. Now all I have to do is get him to ride in the car better so he can cruise around with me also. He still gets a little car sick when I go to the park to walk. If he has a half hour or better he can make it home, If I go to Tractor supply 1/2 mile away from the park and back to the house he is sick.
You are right though, they are smart and loveable.
 

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So quite possibly the vibration I feel on a cold startup and through the steering wheel is my driveshaft :unsure: I've heard that simple little purchase actually makes the car feel a ton better in all aspects. When I first got it the clunk scared the **** out of me hahaha. I might have to buy it and see if that resolves some of the issues I'm having
Puede ser lo que dices, pero para m铆, esa vibraci贸n que tuve continuamente, fue m谩s notable ya que cambi茅 el escape original por un kit de escape trasero del eje roush ... vibr贸 hacia el espejo retrovisor. con el nuevo eje de transmisi贸n mejorado mucho y el autom贸vil se siente m谩s "m谩s ligero" al conducir

@Siber Express me gustan tus perros El rottweiler es uno de mis favoritos. 驴El marr贸n es un bulldog americano ?, es como el ingl茅s, pero sin las malformaciones que aqu铆 (Europa) los buscan

Boston Terrier are stranger here, people prefer the French Bulldog
 

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@Pelayo 脡l es un Bulldog Ingl茅s en miniatura. Mis amigos tienen un bulldog franc茅s. Ozzy mi Bulldog Ingl茅s piensa que ella es su novia.
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I like it!!! its pretty

this new web, translate to spain directly and i don`t know if I write well ( in english)
 

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So quite possibly the vibration I feel on a cold startup and through the steering wheel is my driveshaft :unsure: I've heard that simple little purchase actually makes the car feel a ton better in all aspects. When I first got it the clunk scared the **** out of me hahaha. I might have to buy it and see if that resolves some of the issues I'm having
Yeah, the stock 2-piece driveshaft does clunk as you go on/off throttle. I switched to a DSS aluminum driveshaft and the clunk became a clank. ;) There's also a little backlash in the differential which you may notice too.

As for the stumbling idle. I had that when my throttle body started to crap out. It was a pretty easy replacement and you can get a new ford TB for like $50 so might be worth doing just for insurance. I still have the RPMs drop sometimes at idle, but that's usually when the A/C compressor cycles on or I turn on a big electrical load (e.g. lights or defrost). But now I wonder if I should add the O2 sensor to my maintenance list. I do clean out the MAFs periodically with contact cleaner.
 

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[QUOTE = "tym_v6, publicaci贸n: 4261732156, miembro: 46581"]
S铆, el eje de transmisi贸n de 2 piezas se golpea a medida que avanza / apaga el acelerador. Me cambi茅 a un eje de transmisi贸n de aluminio DSS y el ruido se convirti贸 en un ruido met谩lico. ;) Tambi茅n hay una peque帽a reacci贸n en el diferencial que puede notar tambi茅n.

En cuanto al tropiezo inactivo. Tuve eso cuando mi cuerpo del acelerador comenz贸 a explotar. Fue un reemplazo bastante f谩cil y puede obtener un nuevo Ford TB por $ 50, por lo que podr铆a valer la pena hacerlo solo por un seguro. Todav铆a tengo las RPM ca铆das a veces en inactivo, pero eso es generalmente cuando el compresor de A / C se enciende o enciendo una gran carga el茅ctrica (por ejemplo, luces o descongelamiento). Pero ahora me pregunto si deber铆a agregar el sensor de O2 a mi lista de mantenimiento. Yo limpio los MAF peri贸dicamente con limpiador de contacto.
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Si tiene vibraciones fr铆as y una ca铆da de rpm que incluso se apaga al ralent铆, observe los sensores de O2, pero tambi茅n que no tenga una fuga de vac铆o y que los inyectores no est茅n sucios / obstruidos
 

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Well sorry for the lack of inactivity here boys, I left my previous job with Honda and got a better one at BMW and its been hectic for a bit but we're good now:cool:
Aside from that, with a little extra Christmas money in my pocket she's getting diagnosed on 12/26 at Washington Ford here in Western Pa right by Pittsburgh. I am having the front rotors and pads replaced because when I bought it from Washington Honda, they replaced the old warped rotors but not the pads causing the new rotors to squeal. Now this place (Washington Ford) has some of the worst reviews, but here's hoping their service department is something to look up to. Mentioned the unsteady idle and electrical drains causing the car to feel like it's going to stall and asked if a tech could go on a ride with me so I can show him instead of them "trying to replicate". As well as everything else that should be done around 50K miles. Not gonna lie, I thought I lucked out only paying 13K, but didn't realize how many things I'd nit pick at and just want/need to get fixed. My list goes as is for repair/maintenance:
1st- Brake Rotors and pads in the front, rear should be just fine. (Safety first boys)
2nd- The unsteady rpms at idle
3rd- Most likely new suspension as the car gets pretty bouncy around 70-90MPH (regular cruising speed for me)
Then we start modding the **** out of her once my checks start coming in hahaha. I will be sure to update you guys on what happens next week! I hope everyone had an awesome thanksgiving and if I don't check in before hand I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to anyone celebrating anything else!
 

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yes, I will also modify the suspension, I will put some bistein B6 shock absorbers and on the rear axle replacing the panhard bar for a watts link kit and I do not know if I put some lower springs or not
 
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