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    Re: Driveline Vibration

    If you have a PB front mount, DO NOT preload the bobble strut! All this does is wear the bushings of the bobble out faster and transmit a LOT of vibration to the car. I learned this the hard...
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    Re: Billet forward and direct drums

    I didn't know there was an image until I clicked "reply with quote". Are the images working for other people?

    Anyway, because race car, I vote aluminum. One thing I don't know it the wear capacity...
  3. Thread: Gauge Cluster

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    Interior Re: Gauge Cluster

    I know why it's being confusing about the G/J years with the Q....the Q (TC) was built from 89-91 (not getting into semantics) and never changed, so that's why the '87 part number continues to '91...
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    Re: Billet forward and direct drums

    This is where I think problems with this method actually stem from. Not the bracing, but the fact that the case really should go through a re-heat-treatment to get rid of the internal stresses caused...
  5. Re: AG lowering springs (from Mexico- 19luis8510)

    Thank you!
  6. Thread: Gauge Cluster

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    Interior Re: Gauge Cluster

    Martin, the factory information is wrong if we are talking about the actual gauge cluster circuit board. 1987-1989 have the same dash. It changed in 1990.

    The reason '91 is different from '90 is...
  7. Re: AG lowering springs (from Mexico- 19luis8510)

    Do you know the spring rates?
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    Re: Official BC Coilover Kit Development Interest.

    Ouch! Man, sorry to hear that. I agree a plasma cutter would be the best tool for this job. Yeah, the shavings it made was obscene! I taped stuff off a little, but it still went all over. The PB...
  9. Re: 62TE Upgrades - Transfer Gear Interchangeability?

    There's a number of different transfer and FD gear sets for the 42TE. It depends on what vehicle, etc. There used to be some good information out there on this. With a dealership type OBDII tool you...
  10. Thread: Gauge Cluster

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    Interior Re: Gauge Cluster

    No. The TC uses the 1987-1989 G/J-body circuit board.
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    Re: 1992 LeBaron Digital Dash Help Needed.

    To swap a 1990+ G/J-body car to digital dash you need: gauge cluster, cluster pig tails, BCM that matches the year of the cluster, pig tails for the BCM. So, if you only have the gauge cluster, you...
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    Re: Official SDAC-29 Discussion Thread

    Crap...sounds like there's a chance of some nice TC's showing up this year. I unfortunately won't be there to see them. I am aiming for next year...the big 30!
  13. Re: A413 31TH Alto Power Pack Red Eagle Frictions and Kolene Steels Group Buy

    Get rid of the wave washer. Set the clearance to the tighter side of the Neon specs (those are tighter than the older stuff for whatever reason). Also use the newer adjustment specs for the band...
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    Re: Straight cut gears?

    I have thought about trying to separate the gearset from the diff, but because the pinion gear is in the gearcase and part of the output shaft, there's no way that I can see to completely divorce the...
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    Re: Straight cut gears?

    There's been pictures floating around of a straight cut gear set that is believed to have come from a Team Shelby car. I *think* that set was for the A520/555, however, it was a close ratio set from...
  16. Thread: Blow by

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    TIII Re: Blow by

    You need to do a leak-down test. Static compression tells part of the story, but now you're guessing. It could be rings, it could be a hung valve, excessive valve guide clearance...etc. I have not...
  17. Thread: Electric GTP

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    Re: Electric GTP

    LeMons just announced an electric car class...so...we GOTTA get this thing! LOL
  18. Re: is there a "hard" compound 2.2 rod bearing???

    Yeah yeah...keep rubbing it in! ;) JK

    Yes, the relative surface velocities are a lot less for smaller diameter bearings. This puts less shear stress on the oil. It also has the side benefit of...
  19. Re: is there a "hard" compound 2.2 rod bearing???

    I have 2 16V Masi cranks that have spun rod bearings. Dunno if either could be saved. I personally want to run Honda size journals/bearings.

    Keep in mind there are 2 different Masi cranks...CB...
  20. Re: is there a "hard" compound 2.2 rod bearing???

    I'm responding more to see what others say. I personally have never had an issue with either Clevite (Tri-Metal) or Sealed Power. However, one could argue that I didn't make all that much power,...
  21. Re: TU working with Ken@5 Digits to offer Calibrations, but, is there demand?

    I might be interested, depending on where it all goes. My "race car" won't be running stock electronics at all, but my other vehicles would be nice.

    Ken, is there possibility of adding...
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    Re: 1990 Consulier GTP Targa

    That looks PERFECT!
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    Re: 1987-89 Lebaron Covertable top replacement

    I don't know that you're going to find one, honestly. It's a time and space intensive process and not many upholstery shops are willing to give away "trade secrets". You *will* find generic install...
  24. Thread: Electric GTP

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    Re: Electric GTP

    I'll fight you for it! ;) LOL


    Doea that technically make it "stolen", even if it hasn't been reported as such?
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    Re: Read These Plugs

    Having worked in the boating industry, fogging engines and such is commonplace. With the correct product, used correctly there's no problems. The *ONLY* time I had any sort of issue was I was doing a...
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