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post #106 of 166 Old 05-27-2013, 10:17 PM
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Lol, im researching oil pressure probs right now. I developed an engine knock after this trip. Hope its a cheap fix.

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post #107 of 166 Old 05-28-2013, 04:07 AM
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Lol, im researching oil pressure probs right now. I developed an engine knock after this trip. Hope its a cheap fix.
Feel around the exhaust while it's running. May have a slight leak around the manifold. Would sound like a knock. If it is a small knock or tap you can run seafoam through it for 15 min and change oil.

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post #108 of 166 Old 06-03-2013, 11:27 AM
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also in Westerville. Off Central College road
I'm in Westerville off Central College too. Small world.
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post #109 of 166 Old 06-03-2013, 12:57 PM
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Feel around the exhaust while it's running. May have a slight leak around the manifold. Would sound like a knock. If it is a small knock or tap you can run seafoam through it for 15 min and change oil.
Most concerned about the low oil pressure. Even mech gauge reads 1-3psi at idle when hot. 20-30 when driving. Oilchanged, wix filter, new sender, new mech gauge, pulled valve cover, clean and no sludge, pulled oil pan, also looks really clean, oil pickup clean too. Gonna plastigauge bearings and prob will replace oil pump.
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post #110 of 166 Old 06-03-2013, 02:07 PM
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Most concerned about the low oil pressure. Even mech gauge reads 1-3psi at idle when hot. 20-30 when driving. Oilchanged, wix filter, new sender, new mech gauge, pulled valve cover, clean and no sludge, pulled oil pan, also looks really clean, oil pickup clean too. Gonna plastigauge bearings and prob will replace oil pump.
Don't forget to prime that oil pump. Not to be redundant but you'd be surprise how many forget too.

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post #111 of 166 Old 06-03-2013, 02:16 PM
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Don't forget to prime that oil pump. Not to be redundant but you'd be surprise how many forget too.
Not redundant at all, never knew it needed primed. Tks.
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post #112 of 166 Old 06-04-2013, 03:50 AM
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Not redundant at all, never knew it needed primed. Tks.
I thought oil pumps were positive displacement.

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post #113 of 166 Old 06-04-2013, 06:31 AM
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Used to live off Central! Houses down by hamilton. Now by Westerville South! We should organize a meet somewhere!
Yeah, lets do that. I am on Course Drive in the Upper Albany West neighborhood. There are a few jeeps that I've noticed in this subdivision. One has the license plate "jeepnut" and is a TJ that looks pretty built, then there is a red JKU on 33" baja claws. There's also a black JK with black stock wheels (painted? plasti dip?) that I see around. A white stock JKU and a silver JK Rubi that I see in the hood. I also know a guy with a patriot blue TJ on 33's and mine is a midnight blue (same as patriot, but its an 06 ) TJ with a few things.
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post #114 of 166 Old 06-04-2013, 07:21 AM
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I also know a guy with a patriot blue TJ on 33's and mine is a midnight blue (same as patriot, but its an 06 ) TJ with a few things.
Hey man. I've got the Patriot Blue TJ. We moved over to the new part of the subdivision. There's quite a few JK's that drive down my street. A pretty nice dark green one with flat fenders and what I think are 35's. I'm surprised how many jeeps we have in the neighborhood.
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post #115 of 166 Old 06-04-2013, 09:59 AM
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I'm over here in Lima, and I really wanna go to Haspin, how are the trails?
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post #116 of 166 Old 07-30-2013, 11:48 AM
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Hey man. I've got the Patriot Blue TJ. We moved over to the new part of the subdivision. There's quite a few JK's that drive down my street. A pretty nice dark green one with flat fenders and what I think are 35's. I'm surprised how many jeeps we have in the neighborhood.
I don't live in westerville but I am up on campus with my muddy red keep mostly stock I believe I pass most the jeeps mentioned driving to my buddy's. Some really nice ones on summit from what I've seen too
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post #117 of 166 Old 07-30-2013, 12:37 PM
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I'm over here in Lima, and I really wanna go to Haspin, how are the trails?
haspen is ALOT of fun, would definitely recommend checking it out.
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post #118 of 166 Old 08-06-2013, 11:17 AM
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I'm over here in Lima, and I really wanna go to Haspin, how are the trails?
I too want to check out haspin heard it was awesome. There is also southington orv park to the north east. Don't forget about jeepjam in wilmington the weekend of the 16!

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post #119 of 166 Old 08-06-2013, 01:23 PM
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there is also heiny farm in roseville
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post #120 of 166 Old 08-06-2013, 06:47 PM
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Haspin isn't that great. Gets way to crazy with others out there. Big maple farm in Oxford isn't to bad. Went to dirty turtle early this summer for watching hill climbing as a buddy in the club was competing. Dirty turtle is really nice. Haspin is way over rated (tons of drunks driving there).
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