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    [Suspension] i used to think this way. However I installed a...

    i used to think this way. However I installed a full poly setup (superflex) in my rear suspension to combat wheel hop issues. They ride better than stock. Especially with the awful failing TAB...
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    [Suspension] you are my hero

    you are my hero
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    [General] Its a 1-1/16, I just ground out a cheap wrench

    Its a 1-1/16, I just ground out a cheap wrench
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    [General] Looks nice. Does he have a solution so the...

    Looks nice.

    Does he have a solution so the reservoir does not stick out into the trunk?
  5. Thread: Engine donor?

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    [Engine] From memory: the 88 and 89 have a distributor...

    From memory:

    the 88 and 89 have a distributor housing on the timing cover
    the 90 - 92 have it capped off.

    I could be wrong though.
  6. [Electrical] I love my Drayron lights, worth the price. Like...

    I love my Drayron lights, worth the price. Like you said the customer service is second to none. Ron and Ray are both great to deal with. Ive had mine for about a year now. They even survived a rear...
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    [Engine] The last year of the premier was 1992.

    The last year of the premier was 1992.
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    [Suspension] There should be alot of extra split collars...

    There should be alot of extra split collars sitting around with people upgrading to coilovers. Id ask around someone may just send you theirs.
  9. [Suspension] Glad you are up and running! That electrical...

    Glad you are up and running!

    That electrical issue sounds frustrating, these Lucas connectors in our cars are not the best at times.
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    [General] its obviously a ghost, stop jumping to...

    its obviously a ghost, stop jumping to conclusions.
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    Ive come across those handles before as well. I...

    Ive come across those handles before as well. I just assumed they were some backyard fix! Wow
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    Interesting read. I purchased a set of Eds...

    Interesting read. I purchased a set of Eds handles in 2018 and they had their own set of issues. Poor fit and alot of friction so much so i had to entirely remove them and lubricate the pivot points...
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    [Electrical] Ive been meaning to do this as well. I get lots...

    Ive been meaning to do this as well. I get lots of compliments with my drayron taillights, but I never get to see them myself :mecry:
  14. [Suspension] I've never met someone as oblivious as you. I...

    I've never met someone as oblivious as you. I think this is the most polite way to put it. If one single person is "turning others off to this forum" it would be yourself. But I know you will not...
  15. [Transmission 5-Speed] the car needs to be level both to drain and fill...

    the car needs to be level both to drain and fill the MT. Also make sure to remove the fill plug first, incase it is struck or stripped you are not without oil in the meantime.
  16. [Suspension] :tantrum:

    :tantrum:
  17. Thread: Wiper arm

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    [Electrical] If you PM me your address i can mail you a...

    If you PM me your address i can mail you a snickers.
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    [General] A plane ticket or a road trip to see the car is...

    A plane ticket or a road trip to see the car is far cheaper than paying to repair unknown issues down the road I speak from experience.

    This is not really valid with project/basket case cars...
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    The previous owner of Olivier's car cut several...

    The previous owner of Olivier's car cut several holes in the body work for reasons unknown. All four fenders including the front left :O . It has been a mountain of work but he has welded the...
  20. [Suspension] I know it is done commonly, and I have done it...

    I know it is done commonly, and I have done it myself. but I am recommending against it for Joe. We have worked together in the past and I know his strengths and the tools he has available. You guys...
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    [Electrical] Maybe you can craft a titanium wiper arm that...

    Maybe you can craft a titanium wiper arm that will never fail. At least you must have some sort of ingenious solution to get you out of this hot, sick, low visibility conundrum.
  22. [Suspension] Since the base material (frame) is also steel...

    Since the base material (frame) is also steel welding a nut on will cause more trouble.
  23. [Suspension] Thank you for your wisdom. Why even bother...

    Thank you for your wisdom. Why even bother commenting.

    This is tricky, there is a nut behind there as well. I would do this:

    -Continue removal, but entirely remove the trailing arm. The other...
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    Id like to hear their argument about not using...

    Id like to hear their argument about not using TPS. I cant imagine why this would be anyone's preference, more of a compromise.

    When I used the Jeep TB (and others) I drilled a hole near the head...
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    You already have your elbow to bolt up the jeep...

    You already have your elbow to bolt up the jeep TB, that would be the easiest and most proper route unless im missing something.
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