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Old 04-14-2016, 07:28 PM   #1226
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Wraps are cool. I'm kicking around the dipyourcar.com kit myself once I get this damn thing rolling.
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The lime green would be sweet man. I believe I need to stang up the bay myself 😀
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I kinda want to do blue. I've always had a love for blue Mustangs. And would be nice to change it up. I would probably also swap to a 03/04 Cobra bumper at the same time since they are dirt cheap. But we will see how things go lol.

Still gotta fix the car, and if I get an internship this summer I'll need a daily. I have an interview for one on Monday.


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Old 04-15-2016, 05:45 AM   #1231
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I like what you've done with the front end... But it has already been done before.

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It MIGHT be possible to be done tomorrow. If not he said for sure Monday. But I drive back to school Sunday lol
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So all he's doing is pulling the tranny and checking the clutch fork?
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I like what you've done with the front end... But it has already been done before.

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So all he's doing is pulling the tranny and checking the clutch fork?

Pretty much. Then buttoning everything back up. Crappy pic, but my friend sent me this. I still don't know how he got this picture lol
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Pretty much. Then buttoning everything back up. Crappy pic, but my friend sent me this. I still don't know how he got this picture lol
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Do both sets of front wheels turn?
Yes. Both of the front axles steer.
Here's the article about the car.
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Ive never seen them use those dollys on the front before. Was this because it was so low?

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Ive never seen them use those dollys on the front before. Was this because it was so low?

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Yeah. Like that it was off all 4 wheels. Didn't have time to wait even longer for a flatbed, but this worked fine.


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I'm kinda curious as to what is wrong with the trans. It HAS to be something really stupid like something fell off or came loose or some BS.

I had to pull my trans 3 times one summer because of stupid ****. Got real good at it tho lol.
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I hope it's something simple like that too. If I remember, you got a new clutch fork, so leaves the pivot. Maybe it was worn just enough to make it loose..? Idk tho, you'd think the fork would take most of the wear.


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Hey guys. Guess what......















































ITS FIXED!!!!!!!!!!!!
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This clutch is actually so much lighter than my stock one. It also grabs higher, which i like.
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What did the mechanic say was wrong?
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This clutch is actually so much lighter than my stock one. It also grabs higher, which i like.


Glad you got it back! The new cable and quadrant probably helped make it smoother and "feel" lighter too.
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I'm kinda curious as to what is wrong with the trans. It HAS to be something really stupid like something fell off or came loose or some BS.

I had to pull my trans 3 times one summer because of stupid ****. Got real good at it tho lol.
I have a whine that is either a throw out bearing, pilot bearing, or screwed up adjustment of the clutch. It could be a combination of all three, or a bad bearing or gear in the trans. Regardless, I am taking it easy on the car and not looking forward to transmission removal becoming a talent I am proud of.

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I have a whine that is either a throw out bearing, pilot bearing, or screwed up adjustment of the clutch. It could be a combination of all three, or a bad bearing or gear in the trans. Regardless, I am taking it easy on the car and not looking forward to transmission removal becoming a talent I am proud of.

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If you don't have any stuck bolts and you have a lift and a friend a full trans/clutch/flywheel replacement is a 3-4 hour job. Its really not that bad.
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If you don't have any stuck bolts and you have a lift and a friend a full trans/clutch/flywheel replacement is a 3-4 hour job. Its really not that bad.
A lift would be great. Friends that are mechanically inclined would be nice too.

At the moment I have a set of ramps for the front wheels, a low profile jack, and a couple of jack stands. It should be interesting.

I want the set up I am seeing in this post. A lift is a great tool to have.

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If you are doing it on your back, at least get the Harbor Freight transmission jack. But screw that... one of the perks of being military is any largish base is going to have at least one auto hobby shop with lifts for about $5/hr. Problem is every swinging dick bum rushes the shop when they open and you have to show up pretty early to get one.
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If you are doing it on your back, at least get the Harbor Freight transmission jack. But screw that... one of the perks of being military is any largish base is going to have at least one auto hobby shop with lifts for about $5/hr. Problem is every swinging dick bum rushes the shop when they open and you have to show up pretty early to get one.
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As for the trans jack; I wish Harbor Frieght in Augusta had not closed, but they did from what I understand.

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About 50 miles on the clutch so far. Went to C&C today with some friends. Got spotted cause of my IG tag (same as this). I am absolutely in love with this clutch. It feels like a hydraulic clutch. It's so smooth and light, and grabs at the perfect spot.


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If you don't have any stuck bolts and you have a lift and a friend a full trans/clutch/flywheel replacement is a 3-4 hour job. Its really not that bad.
3-4 hours with a 2 hour lunch brake. With a lift 2 hours tops and that's being cautious.


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