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Hard to believe something so beautiful exists in this world.
It’s the fact that it (and much more) does that sustains me. I was lucky to spend some years traveling on a shoestring budget (no help from parents), just because I knew if I didn’t, I might never get another chance do it.
 

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What are you waiting for? All New Yorkers relocate to Florida eventually, don't do it in a wheelchair!
2-2.5 more years of work and I’ll retire at 52-53 yo then another 2 for my boy to graduate HS then I’m out of here James. Not sure I’m Florida bound but definitely south…. Maybe a lil west but definitely South. …..
 

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2-2.5 more years of work and I’ll retire at 52-53 yo then another 2 for my boy to graduate HS then I’m out of here James. Not sure I’m Florida bound but definitely south…. Maybe a lil west but definitely South. …..
We've been trying to get my SIL down here forever. She's finally seeing the light, she went back home the other day and for the first time was disgusted to be back. The crime, wokeness, garbage everywhere, she's had enough. She wants her youngest to graduate like you and then she's out. My FIL is waiting for his MIL to kick the bucket too. My MIL is waiting for us to buy a house that will accommodate her! Then the immediate family will mostly be out. Already have a BIL up in Orlando.

Lot of folks from your area have been relocating to the Carolinas too.

Good to hear from you btw!
 

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YEP, yaw sensor (steering wheel angle sensor) that could happen when you do not secure the steering wheel while changing the steering rack, should not happen simply because it is out of alignment, fairly tedious to replace if you screw it up, it's a sensitive instrument like the clock spring

Well from experience when first starting my truck and then driving to the corner my light would come on. The steering wheel was crooked as well so I took it to the alignment shop and all was good. I know that you have to hold the steering wheel in place by the seatbelt or whatever and not let the wheel spin or you will have to take it to the dealer to reprogram the steering angle. All I was trying to say to you is if you get the dash light then take it in for an alignment before going any further. You should always align your truck after you do major suspension work. Maybe it did not happen to you because you installed it more aligned but my truck was off by a huge amount and we tried to align it by eye, not computer. I also called OnStar which gave me the code, I was getting C0710. Onstar does come in handy sometimes. Onstar will give you codes that your scanner can't get unless you have a $2000 scanner.
 

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YEP, yaw sensor (steering wheel angle sensor) that could happen when you do not secure the steering wheel while changing the steering rack, should not happen simply because it is out of alignment, fairly tedious to replace if you screw it up, it's a sensitive instrument like the clock spring


Well from experience when first starting my truck and then driving to the corner my light would come on. The steering wheel was crooked as well so I took it to the alignment shop and all was good. I know that you have to hold the steering wheel in place by the seatbelt or whatever and not let the wheel spin or you will have to take it to the dealer to reprogram the steering angle. All I was trying to say to you is if you get the dash light then take it in for an alignment before going any further. You should always align your truck after you do major suspension work. Maybe it did not happen to you because you installed it more aligned but my truck was off by a huge amount and we tried to align it by eye, not computer. I also called OnStar which gave me the code, I was getting C0710. Onstar does come in handy sometimes. Onstar will give you codes that your scanner can't get unless you have a $2000 scanner.


This comes in handy for me:

 

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