I changed my oil this morning and it looks like my Fox shocks have suffered the same fate as Ian's Looks like it's just the fronts at the moment. I suspected there might be something going on since the truck seemed a little more "bouncy" when coming to a stop. Also notice I think the ball joints on the front sway bar need to be replaced. While changing the oil I was able to get the interior panel back on to cover up the amp, so it's nice to finally have that complete. I just cut the plastic around the "rivet" that was attaching the pocket to the panel, so if I alter the amp orientation it shouldn't be too hard to reattach the pocket with some sort of strong adhesive. Get a few things done and add a few things....seems to be a never ending list: Install new turbo (install EGT probe pre-turbo) and retune Get front shocks rebuilt or replaced Replace ball joints front sway bar Power steering reservoir has small leak (not a necessarily a problem since the level is ok, just a nuisance and seems to be common) Replace gaskets on front fender flares Replace front quarter panel side markers Should repack front and rear bearings Transmission is due for a flush I'm picking up the Fujitsubo exhaust and ARC intake in the next few weeks Just a simple clean! So dusty and dirty! And i'm sure there's more... With the exhaust my plan is to have the EGT probe installed pre-turbo. I have a second EGT gauge and I want to run around for a while with an EGT gauge reading pre-turbo and one reading post turbo. I'm interested to see the difference in EGT's. Lots of discussion out there about this, so I'm interested to see the difference in readings. I've read a lot that it's xxx degrees different, but I doubt it's a liner relationship to say it's a fixed value different between the readings. The only thing that's a bit of a PITA with the comparison is one gauge is F and the other C, so I'll just have to document/remember and do the math to compare later.