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Old 11-07-2018, 08:38 PM   #1
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Your Chassis Maintenance Last 12 months

This is my Chaise maintenance for the last 12 Months.
New Idler Tensioner
New Idler Pulley
Cleaned MAF
New Air Cleaner
Recharged Dash A/C
Greased U-Joints
Cleaned Throttle Body
Changed Engine Oil

2008 Adventurer Limited 8.1, 38,000 miles
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Old 11-08-2018, 08:41 AM   #2
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I just replaced the bearings in the idler and tensioner. Simple job, just press in. I think it was around $14.00 each for the bearings.
I also had an O2 sensor fail on a recent trip. It took 2 tries to get the right one! It was a 40 km trip back to a Napa store to get the sensor, twice. Should have taken my old one with me.
Did you grease your kingpins, tie rod and drag link ends? They should be done every oil change.
Good idea to clean the MAF.
Happy Glamping.
PS. Bearings are 6203.
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Old 11-08-2018, 10:58 AM   #3
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Last 12 months:
Oil and filter change
Greased suspension and u joints
Cleaned and lubricated surfaces where calipers/pads slide
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Yes, I greased all suspension before my July 2018 trip from El Paso to CA.
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Old 11-09-2018, 07:24 AM   #5
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New J72 pump (W24)
Oil change
Grease all joints
Two new water pumps
New coolant
New tensioner
New idler
Changed differential fluid with a SHAES 429 80W140
New radiator cap (last one didnít last long at two years old)
New Toyo Tires
Centramatic balancers
Borg Dually Valve stems on rear inners, new valve stems in other four tires
New chassis batteries (Trojan T-105ís)
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Forgot, front Sumo Springs.
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