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  1. Thanks! Now I just have to learn the terminology so I can understand what you’re telling me! Lol I have a lot to learn.
  2. Sorry if my question wasn’t clear, I was wondering how to tell the lockup percentage. To answer your question, I haven’t driven my tii a lot for a lot of reasons, not from lack of wanting to. I’m going to be buying a lift again for our new house and can again start getting my hands dirty. The tii’s driveline feels loose, like either the universal joints are worn, or the diff is sloppy. I’m competent mechanically to work on the tii, but I’ve never worked on a diff, let alone a LSD. I actually enjoy working on cars so if it’s a job that isn’t going to require all kinds of special tools I’d just as soon do it myself.
  3. I know it is a LSD thanks I’ve had it in the car for the last 10 years, all the way and back from Seattle to North Carolina so second question how hard would it be to rebuild myself, or am I better off thanking it to a competent shop?
  4. Some time ago I picked up a LSD for my tii off a seller on Ebay. The LSD is in an oem 2002 differential housing, but without the normal identifying marks you would expect on a 2002 LSD. That leaves me wondering if the seller, who was racing 2002's at the time, built the LSD from scratch in the oem housing. The diff is in my tii and was a straight out swap. My question is how I might identify if my diff is a 25% vs 40% or something else. And why I should care? And secondly exactly what 25% or 40% means? lol I should add the diff is a 3.90:1 and my car is a 4spd. Thanks for any help
  5. Could someone please post pics of the wired connections attached to an early clock (1972)? Thanks in advance
  6. Have fun, I'll join in next time. The 2nd is the first day I'm home from a 2 week road trip.
  7. Maybe I missed something? Did the group take a drive? LET’S GO !! I’m out of town the last two weeks of July, so let’s do a St.Helens drive (great idea roadhog0) in August. Who’s up for it? Maybe meet up at Alki boat launch as in years past (or somewhere) around 8:30 and leave about 9:00 for the volcano. Have lunch somewhere and home by 5:00 or so? Who’s up for a drive? We used to do this 2 or 3 times a year. Let’s go show off our cars and have a fun day! George b o n n e y s @ c o m c a s t . n e t
  8. so here's a question I run HR springs with billy sport shox. I like the ride and it, for me, is not too stiff and I've never thought of it as stiff, sporty yes, stiff no. I thought we had this discussion years ago that HD's are designed for a longer suspension travel, ie standard springs, and sports are for lowered cars with shorter springs. sports thereby limit suspension travel so the springs don't self dismount from their perches if you happen to go airborne or unweight from a big bump. my suspension setup is 10 yrs old too, but only about 30k miles
  9. hope this works.....and helps tii fuel injection manual.pdf
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