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    [General] Nice work!

    Nice work!
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    [Frame & Body] Are you looking to adjust or repair? For...

    Are you looking to adjust or repair?

    For adjustment, here is the associated bulletin: https://www.dmcnews.com/bulletins/ST-10-8.81.html

    For refurbishment, I see that you have a newer solenoid,...
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    [Suspension] Here's a reference picture of the same side if it...

    Here's a reference picture of the same side if it helps.

    http://dmctalk.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=47210&d=1478572172

    Yes, there was a recall ( SC-01-11.81 ) to double nut the bar at the...
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    [Suspension] Yes, what Dave said. :)

    Yes, what Dave said. :)
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    [Suspension] Oh. Yes, they should be tight.

    Oh. Yes, they should be tight.
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    [Suspension] Hi, when you say "ring" do you mean the snap...

    Hi, when you say "ring" do you mean the snap ring, and does it look like the below:
    http://dmctalk.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=49345&d=1488940149

    Any pictures would be helpful.
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    [General] Here you go:...

    Here you go:
    https://www.autozone.com/loan-a-tools/loaner-bearing-and-race-tool/oemtools-bearing-and-race-installer/391360_0_0

    I was able to borrow it from AutoZone.
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    [General] Exactly. This was tedious when I replaced the 2...

    Exactly. This was tedious when I replaced the 2 carrier bearings. It is very easy to get it uneven. Also, removing that race may impact the setting on the differential nut. This is why I advise not...
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    [General] Yes, you need to remove the coupler to replace...

    Yes, you need to remove the coupler to replace the input shaft seal. Pound out the pin and the input shaft will likely be easy to remove, but the coupler may have to be pressed or otherwise persuaded...
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    [General] I would tape it off and avoid removing it.

    I would tape it off and avoid removing it.
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    [General] You are welcome. I'm glad you got it sorted.

    You are welcome. I'm glad you got it sorted.
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    [General] Thanks for the pictures. The fork should be...

    Thanks for the pictures. The fork should be inside the larger roll pin, and the pin should be flush with the fork without causing clearance issues with the gear that will be below it. It also looks...
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    [General] The spring may still be in the cavity. If you...

    The spring may still be in the cavity. If you have the 5th gear detent ball accounted for, and the only other one moved was the reverse rod, then check that. Slide it out until you can see in the...
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    [General] Hi. Yes, if you removed a shift fork, there is a...

    Hi. Yes, if you removed a shift fork, there is a spring and ball bearing in a moulded cavity underneath the shift rod. To reinstall it, put the spring in the cavity, and the ball bearing on top....
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    [General] Looks good! Did the machine shop give the 3...

    Looks good! Did the machine shop give the 3 dowel pins to you separately? (I don't see them in the finished product, but maybe they are in the bag above.)
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    [Engine] Fair enough, but I think he was pretty clear: ...

    Fair enough, but I think he was pretty clear:


    In the end, re-torquing was apparently the issue.



    Agreed. I recently helped choose between Austin's selection of 3 or 4 different head gasket...
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    [Engine] David, for your information, in the Workshop...

    David, for your information, in the Workshop Manual in the Changing Cylinder Head Gaskets section it expressly states in C:05:07 to:
    - Run the engine for 30 minutes
    - Let the engine cool down for...
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    [Fuel] +1 I hand brushed mine in place with flat black...

    +1 I hand brushed mine in place with flat black paint.

    Also, if you remove the lines, I suggest to ensure you mask off the flat surfaces that the copper crush washers go, and afterward, very...
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    [General] Cool, that's a good plan. Yes, I soda blasted it...

    Cool, that's a good plan. Yes, I soda blasted it myself. I used a gun like this only mine was from Eastwood. It worked good. I'd probably try the Harbor Freight one as it is available in the same...
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    [Electrical] In addition to what Dave said, here is how my car...

    In addition to what Dave said, here is how my car is:

    On the left hand circuit breaker, the brown and orange wire goes to the brass fitting (BATT) and the black and orange connector goes to the...
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    [Electrical] Sorry, I meant to reply at the time but got...

    Sorry, I meant to reply at the time but got sidetracked.

    Do these pictures help:

    Before starter mod:
    http://dmctalk.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=44732&d=1469219923

    After starter mod:...
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    [Fuel] You're welcome. Agreed on the U shape. In...

    You're welcome. Agreed on the U shape.



    In case anyone needs them, I included my research on the fitting type and torque specs for the FV in post 9 of the thread I linked to above, plus details...
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    [Fuel] I think you'd be fine. I don't know what...

    I think you'd be fine. I don't know what clearance you have with your air cleaner, but you could optionally orient the line like below to get it further away from the headers :
    ...
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    Did the seller support the roof section with a...

    Did the seller support the roof section with a jig when replacing the windshield? Because the windshield is a structural support part, that needs to be done to prevent alignment issues due to the...
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    [General] You are welcome. $230.00 is expensive. I had...

    You are welcome. $230.00 is expensive. I had mine done for around $100.00. Apparently there is no official spec for the step (per Stephen Wynne) but you are just supposed to maintain the existing...
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