stubborn Texan displaced to Utah
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- Eagle Mountain, Utah
They better, the old tires had issues with just a hint of a dirt road or snow haha. My property down in Texas only has dirt road access right now so the tires were a necessity. Bought some cheap offroad recovery boards as well in case I need them there.Those tires should get some grip....
Yea it had steer tires all around when I bought it (different sizes but all steers). The new rear tires provide enough traction for what amount of dirt this truck is expected to see.You were running steers on the rear instead of drives? No wonder why you had no traction off pavement.
It's the master/slave assembly again, dumped all it's fluid out. During the drive it was fading out, became completely useless after the exhaust had built up some extra heat for awhile. Thinking the exhaust is overheating the slave assemblyUS 491 used to be US 666. Rough as hell makes sense! LOL! That's a very scenic drive over from south of Moab through the Chaco Canyon/Mesa Verde/Four Corners region. Strange that the Master/Slave clutch cylinders failed so quickly. Did both fail, or only/which one? Remans? Could it be a pivot/fork/throw out bearing issue that you think is a cylinder issue because of their recent replacement (unless of course you're seeing fluid leakage from one of the cylinders)?
Remans seem to be shit quality in general today for anything, be it brake master cylinders, brake wheel cylinders, calipers, P/S pumps, steering gears, alternators, starters, clutch cylinders, etc. It's come down to either buy it new or rebuild it yourself.