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    Originally posted by DanCan View Post
    LMAO...We are definitly thinking on the same level...This is what I used.
    LOL. That is exactly what i used!!

    But note to SPLCB7, prep work makes all the difference. Tape off areas, clean the area well that you are going to spray (vacuum and wash). I also used heat gun and rubbed the stuff into the fabric between coats. Then vacuumed the area afterwards.

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        Originally posted by Raf99 View Post
        LOL. That is exactly what i used!!

        But note to SPLCB7, prep work makes all the difference. Tape off areas, clean the area well that you are going to spray (vacuum and wash). I also used heat gun and rubbed the stuff into the fabric between coats. Then vacuumed the area afterwards.
        Thanks yah I'll keep that in mind.
        My 90 coupe Mr thread....
        http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=178452

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          wow, fingers crossed. If things work out I'll have a T2T4 5 Speed LSD Transmission for this ride

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            Torqued down the whole front end under load. Tried to figure out how to install a intersection light harness but.....wow. I may have a CD5 harness as the plug for the fuse box doesn't seem right. I have a 94-97 installation manual and the plug for the fuse box in here has two pins. Mine has 4 pins. Holy confused.

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                Soooooo let's repeat all that but in the rear

                Hoping the rear trailing arms are easy to do

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                  Originally posted by Raf99 View Post
                  wow, fingers crossed. If things work out I'll have a T2T4 5 Speed LSD Transmission for this ride
                  So basically you're saying that you hate tires, right?

                  Seriously, why wouldn't you want to build a longer-geared transmission and install an aftermarket LSD such as an MFactory or Quaife?
                  My Members' Ride Thread - It's a marathon build, not a sprint. But keep me honest on the update frequency!

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                    Originally posted by Jarrett View Post
                    So basically you're saying that you hate tires, right?

                    Seriously, why wouldn't you want to build a longer-geared transmission and install an aftermarket LSD such as an MFactory or Quaife?
                    Taller 5th and LSD is all I'm looking for right now. MFactory will eventually happen but this way I'll have a spare transmission. Since the T2T4 is pretty much a F20B transmission compared to the T2W4 that is why I went with this.

                    I think you are implying on using a F20B long gear tranny?

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                        Took the rear camber kit out and greased the bushings. They were squeaking soooo bad. No lube or anything in them. They were the rear ingal angled camber kit. Also started on the rear knuckle bushings replacements. Just going to go with OEM. And tried cleaning my ALT....... not much difference.

                        The result of a power steering pump seal leak, which dripped down into the ATL like 5+ years ago...








                        Not much difference. May keep this for a backup...

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                          Hey raf, do you have a picture of how you routed your hot side piping? Looking at some of your pictures it looks like you ran it through the hole where the washer fluid reservoir was. Is this correct?
                          Last edited by Grumpys93; 03-18-2015, 05:17 PM.
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                            Originally posted by Grumpys93 View Post
                            Hey raf, do you have a picture of how you routed your hot side piping? Looking at some of your pictures it looks like your an it through the hole where the washer fluid reservoir was. Is this correct?
                            That is correct.

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                              I don't know what the F is going on this winter. Yesterday we had way too much snow and all parts of my road and driveway were higher than my car.



                              Last night it snowed a lot!!! 40cm+ (15")

                              Same view this morning.....




                              Yes, I am standing in my living room looking out the window


                              I can almost climb on the roof on my back porch...


                              Conclusion = Car is fully buried, house is half buried.

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                                Be happy, that means work is half buried!

                                Those shots make me miss living in South Dakota though. It never got that bad while I lived there, but we don't get much snow at all in northern Colorado.

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