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      Didn't you post this question, before? ...

      Didn't you post this question, before?

      Autotech used to supply normal moly grease with the Quaife racks. I've greased several racks with either Redline or Mobil 1 synthetic. Never had an issue. ...
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      I haven't used spring compressors for disassembly, for over a decade. This is the easy way...

      Have the assembly, on its side and on the ground.
      Foot on spring, blow off retaining nut with...
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      FS: Cabby upper door trim

      Just as the title states.

      Both are in great shape. The only visible damage is a crack at the lock pin hole, on one of them. The other is crack free

      These are getting very hard to find, in...
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      It appears as if you 2 are repairing the...

      It appears as if you 2 are repairing the reinforcement panel?

      The 2 ply inner fenders are what starts the issue. I cut the entire panel out and leave it out.

      I also don't apply any...
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      I've never seen that mount. Is it Cabby specific?...

      I've never seen that mount. Is it Cabby specific?

      -Todd
    6. Cut the rain tray? I guess a generator and...

      Cut the rain tray?

      I guess a generator and compressor will help, but I think it's overkill. I think the lower 17mm hardware is M12x1.5. I seriously doubt they'll snap.

      -Todd
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      WTB: SS front brake hoses

      I just need the fronts, already installed the rears.

      Lmk if there's anything out there, before I order a new set.

      Price shipped to 08002, brand, pics, etc.

      -Todd
    8. I've done this a few times. Easiest way it to...

      I've done this a few times. Easiest way it to pull the entire strut assembly from the car.

      Lock Vice Grips on the piston and a cordless impact will usually work. Penetrating oil and torch will...
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      Yes, the box is screwed to the car. Not sure...

      Yes, the box is screwed to the car.

      Not sure what you mean by housing. The bracket was probably only 2" wide.

      Thinking about it, the L bracket was probably a step shape, from the side...
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      The lambda box? I don't have any gassers...

      The lambda box? I don't have any gassers anymore, but it was basically an L bracket that the box slipped into. The box had a tab that a screw went through and threaded into the car sheet metal.
      ...
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      Get the VDO dual sender and mount it in the head....

      Get the VDO dual sender and mount it in the head. Keeps the warning light intact.

      Be sure to get the sender for 80psi to match the gauge. If you get lucky, pull it from a Cabby in the junkyard. ...
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      Geez, that's a deal! I'd replace the entire...

      Geez, that's a deal!

      I'd replace the entire pan. The rears aren't sold alone... you need to buy the full pan.

      I recently replaced just the rears in a hatchback and after dealing with all of...
    13. The "HELP" isle in your local parts store may...

      The "HELP" isle in your local parts store may have them. They'll be listed for a Honda.

      Anti seize them and they only need to be snug.

      -Todd
    14. No knowledge of the VR6, but the lower rad hose...

      No knowledge of the VR6, but the lower rad hose may be collapsing under suction. Is the hose original and soft?

      -Todd
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      That's good news! I recently pulled an engine...

      That's good news! I recently pulled an engine because the PO told me it had a rod knock... now I wonder if the engine may be good. It knocked all of the time, pretty badly; you didn't need to rev...
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      My mounts arrived and bear part numbers, but no...

      My mounts arrived and bear part numbers, but no brand, as wolf's do.

      The rear trans mount has the notch that the auto cars use. Not sure if this is the only one they now stock, since you can use...
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      Figured I should update this thread... I was...

      Figured I should update this thread...

      I was able to find a German made OE seal at Bus Depot, for about $40. Search 171845121, if you're interested in one. When I called them, they had 4 in...
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      This one looks doable. I would never even...

      This one looks doable. I would never even bithered with the other one.

      I have a feeling most of the floors will be rotted. I see seat track weld rot and the rot that comes with the jute padding...
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      I'd search the McMaster Carr website. Tons of...

      I'd search the McMaster Carr website. Tons of bronze bushings to choose from.

      Even if you don't find an exact fit, it can be tweaked. Done this many times for many projects. I wouldn't overthink...
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      I should have specified that all of the ones from...

      I should have specified that all of the ones from Westies that I had seen resemble the ones that you linked.

      While waiting for my windshield guy (I'll update that thread later), I went in the...
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