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  1. Just realized that my spring broke on drivers side window. anyone have one for sale? thanks, Baron
  2. Yes, I've been trying to source this spring part number 54129634112 with no success. So I've decided to make my own. Credits to Harold for telling me that he also made his own and it's been working great. I visited the local store and the only thing that matched the mechanical description was a zinc plated "R" clip in 3/16". Using a picture I had of a genuine W Spring, I used two pliers and bent the R to W spring. It might not be a perfect W, but it's W enough! Just remember, the key is to use a good quality R clip. It works perfectly as it should. Another step closer! [emoji482]
  3. Need two rear spring perches to replace rusted out parts.
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  5. Bracket for return spring tii injection pump part # 13511256806 #6 in the 3rd photo NLA $30 shipped
  6. Yes, I've been trying to source this spring part number 54129634112 with no success. So I've decided to make my own. Credits to Harold for telling me that he also made his own and it's been working great. I visited the local store and the only thing that matched the mechanical description was a zinc plated "R" clip in 3/16". Using a picture I had of a genuine W Spring, I used two pliers and bent the R to W spring. It might not be a perfect W, but it's W enough! Just remember, the key is to use a good quality R clip. It works perfectly as it should. Another step closer! [emoji482] View full article
  7. can someone please explain or post a photo of how the gas pedal return spring fits on the level outside the pedal box? I am having a complete cerebral lock on this. thanks, Bill 73 tii vancouver bc
  8. Everything has been SOLD I'm selling a set of practically new Bilstein Sport Struts and H&R Sport lowering springs. Bought them brand new and only ran them on the car for 2k miles. Only reason for sale is because I got a great deal on a set of Ground Control coilovers. Everything you see in the pics is what's included. Bilsteins: $375 + shipping H&Rs: $200 + shipping Whole Package: $550 + shipping
  9. several ways to ways to get an adjustable suspension height in the rear of a 2002. 1/ do the "bag" thing 2/ convert to a coil over the shock configuration with required reinforcement of upper and lower shock mounts 3/ install an adjustable spring perch and use 5in dia stock car springs. adjustable spring perches are a threaded tube that fits over the existing upper spring mount and has a upper spring perch that screws on the tube to vary the height of the car. I chose the last option when i originally built my car and used the only premade option i found at the time the items from PITSTOPUSA here http://pitstopusa.com/i-5066715-allstar-performance-steel-hidden-adjustable-spring-spacer-w-aluminum-adjuster-nut.html these are about $40 each, so $80 for two, plus the cost of the 5in dia x 8in long springs which is about $100 a pair the adjust-ability was nice, as i do actually corner weight the car regularly and raise and lower car from track to street config and back. i found the allstar adjusters hard to turn due to lack of anything to grip short of a strap wrench and the shape of the perch did not fit perfectly into the spring. decided to try the offering from Ground-Control which became available a few years ago. http://www.ground-control-store.com/products/description.php/II=942/CA=281 Ground-Control version is $300, but that includes a set of springs. so, what is the difference between the two solutions? well, the GC's sure are prettier! and, they have a rubber upper perch that fits perfectly over the spring, a notch adjuster that uses a suspension wrench to turn, a lock screw to keep the adjuster set, and a wider upper base. installation was easy. unbolt the lower shock on both sides lower trailing arm remove spring use puller to slide the allstart adjusters off the stock perch i had used liberal amount of anti-seize under them and they came right off slide the GC adjuster on note if it does not stay on, just bend the perch side out a touch to creat tension. place spring back in and bolt up lower shock. the only potential downside to the GC version is that the perch is fatter so that the amount I can lower the car will be less than with the allstars. won't know if this is a problem until Spring when the car gets back on the ground. So which is better? depends on what you want. the allstars get the job done and are cheaper, but i give them low marks if your situation requires you to adjust them a lot. you also have to grind the top of your springs to match the curve of the perch. the GC's are typical high quality GC stuff. for track use, ease of adjustability and spring changes and just plain higher quality, i would go GC.
  10. I fixed and replaced my pitman arm on my tii and the spring circled in the photo seems either way too loose or way to tight if I turn it a rotation to catch again. Does anyone have any insight into how tight or loose this spring should be? I have it tight right now as I figure it helps bring the pedal back off the floor. Thoughts? Thanks!!
  11. Have searched extensively, not much info for the rear springs. I have IE stage 2 springs and Billy sports. I remember some time ago reading that these struts have a built in bump stop, can anyone clarify? I understand that shorten springs sit a little funny, but these look terrible. I have tied my front springs to the cup via safety wire, worked a treat. Is there a similar solution to the rear?
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