Type: Posts; User: Neb
shhh lol. Couldn't remember who I sent it too :P
I have one that's not new but would work unless someone can come up with something sooner!
Werd. In on this.
Pm'ing you my new cell
That sucks. But that's 5K+ in damages easily...
Looks like a great start. luckily my 2000 didn't come with traction control so it's been a fun winter :D
I had the same issue until I put 235/35/18 on my rears. I have 204/40/18 fronts. Google the Miata tire calculator and get within 1% RR and you'll be fine.
yeah for sure. I know around my area we have granite slab warehouses that will charge about $70/linear foot installed for granite. Which is not too bad at all IMO. I doubt any of those options posted...
Love it. Wheel specs?
Looks awesome. Looking forward to seeing this paint in the sunshine :beer:
Looks awesome. Engine bay is minty too :thumbup:
I guess depends on your vanity. My dual sink vanity came with the Y type plumbing with drawers a bit shorter so it would fit. So I wouldn't call it a hack job doing that method at all. Yours just...
Nicely done. :beer: You're rooms should be a bit brighter with the light reflecting off of the floor too
Why are you doing all of that work? Are you having exposed pipes? Why wouldn't you just run a Y connecting pipe between the 2 sinks to go into the drain? Then split your water lines at the turn off...
What's stance? Is that what those honda kidz are doing these days :confused:
I'm not sure what you're saying? Does your seat not go up and down when you push/pull the lever?
I normally undo the top bolt of the strut so the entire assembly can drop. May need to use a prybar to open it up a bit more but it should come out easily enough. No need for a spring compressor
the perch ring is a bitch to get off. I had to thrash and hack mine up to get it out. But it'll all come out :thumbup:
Those front fenders! :heart: