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  1. Thread: Rear wheel bearing

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    [Suspension] Unconfirmed!!! National 513116 Timken 513116 ...

    Unconfirmed!!!
    National 513116
    Timken 513116


    EDIT:
    They Might be for the front?
    The above are:
    Inside Diameter (mm): 30mm
    Width (mm): 37mm
  2. [General] That would have been on .com (pre May 2011).

    That would have been on .com (pre May 2011).
  3. [General] Maybe ...

    Maybe http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?12791-Digital-Dash-Project&p=211415&viewfull=1#post211415

    ..., post 196 and others in that thread
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    [For Sale] Check Shipping From 30572 HERE...

    Check Shipping From 30572 HERE

    106896 IDLE ECU [USED; 0609181820] DMCH NEW $343.75
    $150 OBO + Shipping USPS
    {Sale Pending}

    102778 Idle Speed Microswitch [USED; Checks OK] DMCH NEW 78.75...
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    [For Sale] :TrainWreck:

    :TrainWreck:
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    [For Sale] The only reason I asked is, if you were...

    The only reason I asked is, if you were successful with the trade you offered for your D, the site hosting that truck is located in some town in Russia.

    Domain Name: TOPCLASSICCARSFORSALE.COM...
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    [For Sale] Location?

    Location?
  8. Thread: Help on O Ring....

    by Ron
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    [General] Dipping them in the oil helps...

    Dipping them in the oil helps...
  9. Thread: Clutch replace

    by Ron
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    [Transmission 5-Speed] If you are not already installing :biggrin:... I...

    If you are not already installing :biggrin:... I wonder what the bearing travel would be for each after bolting them to the flywheel?
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    [Wanted] KillaCam, your other ad involving this item has...

    KillaCam, your other ad involving this item has been deleted, again. Not posting a location (again), placing the same item as For Sale and Wanted, and listing an item as "Brand new" when it has 1.9K...
  11. Thread: Clutch replace

    by Ron
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    [Transmission 5-Speed] Some people get to play with all of the good...

    Some people get to play with all of the good toys..
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    [Wanted] Location?

    Location?
  13. [Engine] It wouldn't have to be a huge leak....I say that...

    It wouldn't have to be a huge leak....I say that not because of semantics, but because a small leak will make it fail and that the adjustment it is so touchy that simply loosening and tightening the...
  14. [Engine] Did you get it out?? I usually pull them out...

    Did you get it out??

    I usually pull them out with a pen magnet. Sometimes I have to work it in and out a bit...
  15. [Engine] Dig deeper...the piston is still in there (with...

    Dig deeper...the piston is still in there (with o-ring).
    57732
  16. Thread: Clutch replace

    by Ron
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    [Transmission 5-Speed] After seeing this (and cataract surgery...

    After seeing this (and cataract surgery yesterday:-) I took another look at all of the pics. Not only does it appear that some of the weights were not moving as noted in post 54, pic 2, the parts are...
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    [Heat & A/C] Sounds like a diverter/duct problem to me too (if...

    Sounds like a diverter/duct problem to me too (if accumulator cold).

    ====

    fwiw, a partially restricted orifice would make the high side go high and the low side go low. Blocked, the high side...
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    [General] {Cue Mike}

    {Cue Mike}
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    [Electrical] Good luck! If it does, check the shutoff...

    Good luck!

    If it does, check the shutoff switch connections first. The cables don't have enough slack/flex to keep from loosening some of the bulkier ones up, imo. Clean and tighten often...
  20. [Engine] $.02 First, I agree with Dave...Resolve the low...

    $.02
    First, I agree with Dave...Resolve the low voltage first -- Forget the dash gauge and use a meter!

    Since you now have the lambda working (20 & pulsing), I'd suggest investigating the popping...
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    [Electrical] I'd guess the poor connection wasn't supplying...

    I'd guess the poor connection wasn't supplying the AUX/other relays with enough power to energize them. And since the door lights are one of the few things that aren't fed through relays and require...
  22. [Electrical] +1 If fuse #18 is not used, there will be a...

    +1

    If fuse #18 is not used, there will be a an inline fuse down by the switch.

    fwiw, I have found a few of the inline fuses to be the cause of no brake lights (not intermittent) while not...
  23. [Electrical] I think Mark could get away with cutting out the...

    I think Mark could get away with cutting out the damaged pane only w/o taking it apart... Never see it after trimming the black back in.
  24. [Electrical] The brake lights are all on fuse #18. Check/clean...

    The brake lights are all on fuse #18. Check/clean the connections there and the Black Bulkhead connector #41 (Green/Purple wire = Stop Lights). Here, #35 supplies ground for both boards.
    57722
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    I tried stainless electric fence wire once and it...

    I tried stainless electric fence wire once and it worked well except it wasn't long until it cut through. Had I put some kind of durable tubing over it, it would have lasted forever.

    EDIT: I see...
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