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Old October 19th, 2012, 12:07 AM
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Battery light came on today. I popped the hood and saw that the alt belt is gone. I guess tomorrow I'll go and try to find a replacement one at one of the local parts stores.
Napa has them...but honestly they're more expensive than just buying at AB.
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Old October 19th, 2012, 08:55 PM
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I ended up just going to NAPA for the belts. After a little trial and error in the parking lot I found two new belts. Ive been keeping a log of replacement parts such as filters, oil and belts to have on hand. If anyone wants the numbers let me know. I'm going back home this weekend so I pulled the front drive shaft so I can replace the u-joints on it. They were bad. Really bad. I also paid for a transfer case and wheels tonight. I'll get some actual pictures up soon guys.
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Old October 19th, 2012, 08:59 PM
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I'm planning to do my U-joints this weekend as well on the 90...planning to use the vise & socket method. We'll see how it goes.
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Old October 19th, 2012, 09:08 PM
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I'm planning to do my U-joints this weekend as well on the 90...planning to use the vise & socket method. We'll see how it goes.
In LG or VA? I'll be doing the same with a socket and vise. I've changed plenty that way. You can use my torches though if you want to just burn the old ones out. I might even get crazy and throw the d/s in the parts washer and toss some paint on it.
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Old October 19th, 2012, 09:26 PM
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In LG or VA? I'll be doing the same with a socket and vise. I've changed plenty that way. You can use my torches though if you want to just burn the old ones out. I might even get crazy and throw the d/s in the parts washer and toss some paint on it.
VA unfortunately or we'd get together to wrench! So you've just used a torch o cut them out too? That's probably the easy way!
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Old October 23rd, 2012, 10:15 PM
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Here's a picture of the front u-joint before I replaced it. There wasn't much left to it, I'm hoping that when I get the propshaft back on that the really bad clunk I had will go away or be reduced. Click image for larger version

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Old October 23rd, 2012, 10:31 PM
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3 Pages and you only post pics of your driveshafts....
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Old October 23rd, 2012, 10:45 PM
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Damn that was one tired U Joint. Mental note I need to pack my grease gun in my checked bag lol
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This is how it looks right now. Wheels and adapters should be at my house this week along with a transfer case.
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Picked up a minty set of recaro LS over the weekend along with a Tuffy console. Here's a little test fit picture.Click image for larger version

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Old October 29th, 2012, 02:52 PM
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Nice looking seats, where did you find those?
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Nice looking seats, where did you find those?
Craigslist. These ones were out of a mustang, but the LS seats came stock in mustangs, 911's, alphas and a couple other cars.
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Took the time off from school to sort through the blower motor. Checked out everything, put it back together and I know have a working fan.
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Old November 9th, 2012, 04:37 PM
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I swapped in the transfer case and did the rear drive shaft u-joints and I'm very happy with the results. The truck is much more of a pleasure to drive and I think it was money well spent.

Next weekend starts my thanksgiving break and I plan on putting in the timing belt I ordered today as well as mounting my seats/Tuffy console. I also need to find some tires so I can get my wheels put on.
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More parts to add to the pile.
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Old November 18th, 2012, 06:38 PM
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Today I had a pretty cool trip in the 110. I left Saratoga this morning around 630 am and headed to queens to pick up a bumper and winch from Lrd90. I was a little uneasy at first about driving it into the city but the truck ran great. I met up with Lrd90 and aside from an awesome d90, he happens to own every car that ive ever wanted. After picking up the bumper I headed back to Saratoga and I stopped on the way back in new jersey to sell a set of e30 m3 wheels to cover the bumper and winch purchase.
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Today I had a pretty cool trip in the 110. I left Saratoga this morning around 630 am and headed to queens to pick up a bumper and winch from Lrd90. I was a little uneasy at first about driving it into the city but the truck ran great. I met up with Lrd90 and aside from an awesome d90, he happens to own every car that ive ever wanted. After picking up the bumper I headed back to Saratoga and I stopped on the way back in new jersey to sell a set of e30 m3 wheels to cover the bumper and winch purchase.
When did you get back upstate.. I think I passed you this afternoon.
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Old November 18th, 2012, 07:28 PM
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When did you get back upstate.. I think I passed you this afternoon.
I think I left Queens around 12? We're you in a range classic?


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I need to wire wheel the bumper and put some POR15 on the back to dress it up a bit.
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Max. Thanks for smooth transaction. let me know when you like to pick up the 993.
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Max. Thanks for smooth transaction. let me know when you like to pick up the 993.

I wish, I would need to sell the defender and my m3 first. I'll own one some day though, maybe by then you will be able to sell me the 993's replacement. Also, thanks a lot for the bonus parts.
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