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Glass man showed up and installed front and rear with no problems in and out in two hours...couple more days and I’ll be at the finish line.

My view today here at Mid-America in Eureka Springs, Arkansas 

Installed new black door cards and picked up my re-Done seats waiting on new carpet kit to install seats in my baur...

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Well I’m jumping the gun a little but I scored today a 3.91 LSD reworked to 40% lockup.  Diff was originally bought as a spare part so it has never been installed in a car as yet.  Still got the S painted on the housing.  
 

Going to pick it up tomorrow and install it ASAP 

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Jams and engine compartment done!! This used to be anthracite gray. Moving ahead! And...I have replacement rubber and fixtures for the whole engine compartment so not worried about the fact that he literally painted everything silver! 😭 Wth!!

 

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Haven't installed it yet, but thanks to another faq member I now have a getrag 245 waiting to go into my 2002

 

For now its going to sit in my closet until I gather the rest of the parts to make the swap. Unfortunately, I was told that there aren't really any machine shops local that can or will shorten the driveshaft, so Ill have to see when I get to that point.

 

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Last year when I put together my 68, Replaced every seal, rubber, poly part except rear seal on tranny output shaft, Of course it was the only leak I have LOL, Replaced it with new seal and Guibo, Polished wheels which I was going to switch to steel but there kinda growing on me so for now I'll leave them on.

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On 10/16/2020 at 12:07 PM, Highnote1 said:

I have replacement rubber and fixtures for the whole engine compartment so not worried about the fact that he literally painted everything silver! 😭 Wth!!

 

You got me.  Glad you clarified that.  I would have had bad dreams.:)

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The rebuilt engine stronger than starter on 72 fjord Tii project, first starter no good waiting on replacement...I have a friend’s son helping three days a week for the next month so we started The next project...72 Ceylon Tii...

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Built a second Gauge Cluster as the mechanical smiths tach shows some erratic behavior and needs some tlc - the Martini gossen will replace it proudly.

Ordered a set of snow tires.

 

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On 10/21/2020 at 10:29 PM, mccusername said:

@uai Uli, it seems the Martini tach will only let you go 200 kph! I'll take it off your hands...

 

On 10/21/2020 at 10:22 PM, uai said:

Ordered a set of snow tires.

 

Nothing to worry about; everything's under control. The snow tires are only good for 190 kph... 🙂

Registered for Schauinsland Klassik Winterrallye in February - let's hope covid will allow this to happen

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