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Thread: What have you done to your DeLorean today?

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    Customized Member 81dmc's Avatar
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    Pulled apart my steering rack to clean and check for wear, and I lost a damn bearing ball in the process.

    Tomorrow, I will use a dial caliper to check the diameter of the balls and order a few new ones...
    Rodolfo

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    Senior Member DMC5180's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 81dmc View Post
    Pulled apart my steering rack to clean and check for wear, and I lost a damn bearing ball in the process.

    Tomorrow, I will use a dial caliper to check the diameter of the balls and order a few new ones...
    Hate it when that happens.


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    Linux Janitor novadmc's Avatar
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    Installed PJ Grady's adjustable clutch pedal clevis. as my pedal travel was too short due to the worn OE clevis/pins. no more 2nd or reverse gear grinds, and clutch bite point is no longer near the floor.


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    Senior Member Christian Dietrich's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by novadmc View Post
    Installed PJ Grady's adjustable clutch pedal clevis. as my pedal travel was too short due to the worn OE clevis/pins. no more 2nd or reverse gear grinds, and clutch bite point is no longer near the floor.

    That's awesome you finally got that fixed Matt!

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    Senior Member Christian Dietrich's Avatar
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    Mock up #2. Still need to make a few adjustments and clean up but its close. After all this is done, both fascia's head to the paint shop! It might look a little off at the top as I'm holding on the Lex and pieces with tape so it might look a little off at the very top

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    Senior Member Alex Brooks's Avatar
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    I went for a ride around town with friend of mine. nothing to exciting just cruising. I want to get my windows tinted I'm gonna hit up a local shop today after the wind dies down, it is blowing at about 45 MPH now.
    Alex Brooks

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    Getting engine bay ready for paint....

    IMAG4201.jpg

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    Senior Member Christian Dietrich's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_SS_TT View Post
    Getting engine bay ready for paint....

    IMAG4201.jpg
    Thats going to look nice when its all done! I powdercoated mine 6 years ago and holding up nicely!

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    [QUOTE=Christian Dietrich;231263]Thats going to look nice when its all done! I powdercoated mine 6 years ago and holding up nicely!

    Looks very good, clean!

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    Senior Member Christian Dietrich's Avatar
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    [QUOTE=Brian_SS_TT;231264]
    Quote Originally Posted by Christian Dietrich View Post
    Thats going to look nice when its all done! I powdercoated mine 6 years ago and holding up nicely!

    Looks very good, clean!
    Hey thanks and yours sure will too! Especially those snails hanging off your engine!

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