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  1. Buckeye

    Misc used 02 parts

    boxy02, PM sent. Thanks.
  2. Buckeye

    Misc used 02 parts

    Pm sent
  3. Buckeye

    wheel bearing grease

    and apply 35 grams of WB grease to each sleeve prior to assembly.
  4. Buckeye

    Safety wire bolt source?

    That’s OEM part. I’m not aware of aftermarket of such part. That bolt should not be substituted. BMW pricing is out of control, But sometimes on some parts you don’t have a choice.
  5. Buckeye

    Safety wire bolt source?

    Apple and orange. Cross drilling head bolt weaken bolt strength regardless of grade. Remember this S.R.C. part.
  6. Buckeye

    Weber 32/36 DGAV Rebuild

    @DetroitMatt here is part 1&2 of that carb rebuild in Pdf format. rebuilding-a-weber-3236_1.pdf rebuilding-a-weber-3236_2.pdf
  7. Buckeye

    What did you do to your 2002 today !

    Like what you did. Will be interested to buy one if you decide make/ have extra one.
  8. Buckeye

    OCAP ball joints

    I never used OCAP products and don't know much about it. However have used MOOG products and they seems to be good aftermarket products
  9. Buckeye

    Wiper (driver side)

    Looking for driver side wiper arm with air baffle plate and good splines for '76 (black). would like to see a picture or two and asking price to Ohio 43017 --Thanks
  10. 2nd that. VIN 2742702 (76, 49 state), Ring gear 39 teeth and pinion 10 teeth w/ 1.393 speedometer
  11. Buckeye

    Slip & Slide

    I run same brand and size tires with 28/26 PSI and tell you scars me when roads are wet. Only good for dry roads. my experience.
  12. Buckeye

    Brake bleeders leaking

    Return those calipers to the supplier then rebuild your original calipers. It will more satisfying and less aggravation and disappointment.
  13. Buckeye

    Starter installation tip

    Please don’t give up on your original starter. Take it out, remove back end cover and most likely have worn out bushing and another plastic bushing. Both are available. I had similar symptoms with mine, took it apart and there was nothing wrong with even brushes. All needed was bushing for back end of it.