Here's the manufacturer's website. They make both HT6 and SD7 types.
I bought the kit, KT 4193, from Comfort Auto through Amazon. $140 for compressor, accumulator, orifice tube and a bag of seals and O-rings with all you need plus extras. They also pre-fill the compressor with the right amount of PAG.
"when I replaced it with the *******." Okay, when I replaced it with a turbocharger with a name that starts with "A". Moderator, isn't this getting a little bit silly?I've got the original turbo off my '93. I think it's either a GM3 or 4. Was working okay when I replaced it with the *******. This is the exh. pressure actuated wastegate type and you're welcome to it if you want it for what the shipping would cost.
I'm away from home for the next two days. I'll see what it'll cost to ship it when I get back home. What is your zip code?i was able to get Everything ready to go for my turbo and i bought the rebuild kit last night. if you still wanna get rid of it lemme know what the shipping is. seriously appreciate it. the only thing holding me back is the damn shaft lol.
Sir, I just got back early and have found that my youngest son glommed onto my old turbo. He's in CT and I'm in NC. Wants to try and use it on a project truck. I'm so sorry about this and that I misled you. I wasn't aware the thing was gone until today.CensoredThat's fine. my zipcode is 54220. appreciate it!!
Thanks for picking up the ball after my fumble with the missing turbo, Injectorsaurus.:thumb: Good bunch of folks here.
Ok, she's all apart, the threads on the nut and shaft aren't great but would still work, I'll take better pics after work. I'll take apart my other turbo too and send you both. Hopefully between the two you can make something work
Yeah, I'm going to order the two upper column bearings, a new shift lever spring and the turn signal canceling cam/slip ring thing. Take it back apart when the parts come in and take more time. Had to get it back together last time as I needed the truck. Determined to fix this. It wasn't the tilt bracket bolts being loose though, which was a disappointment.I do not believ the column has to be totally stripped to tighten the bolts on the tilt bracket. You are almost there on the face of the video.
It s a common problem with tilt columns that once in while the bolts will work loose.
"fabricobble" :thumb: That's a keeper.Got a hold of 3mm steel plates after searching for a good while, getting ready to fabricobble the frame back to one piece again.
It's probably easier to weld the plates on the outside of the rear wheel well frame, but I'm gonna do it from the inside since it looks cleaner. So that means I need to drop the rear left shock tower mount.
https://texacone.com/antiseizecompound.html^^I spy... stock oil cooler lines^^
As prone as we all know bolts on exhaust components are to breaking, I've been soaking my crossover bolts and downpipe flange bolts with PB Blast at every oil change in preparation to try and avoid such. Not sure when I'm going to get the time/money for exhaust I want or if I'm saving myself any grief but I do know that fewer things bring a project to a screeching halt like a broken bolt head...
I replaced all the same parts not long ago, and also the cab to frame bushings. They'll be as deteriorated as the rest of the suspension bushings. Good to see you're not going to use polyurethane bushings.All of the rubber boots are shot, and the grease zerk fittings doesn't want to co-operate with the greasegun.
So the only logical thing to do is to replace everything. I hope I got the correct parts this time since everyone knows rockauto got no idea if any of their parts fits your truck.
You might check on Line-X spray on bedliners. I recommend them and don't work for them. They sprayed on a liner on my '93 C2500 18 yrs. ago. It had a small spot peel off, due to me loading a bad heavy generator into the bed that got away from me. Took the truck to the local Line-X dealer last year and they removed all of the old liner and sprayed a new one on. Gave me a rental car for two days. All warranty work and they flat treated me square.Awesome. Figured it would be like that. I'm looking at doing a bed liner soon. Thank you very much.