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Old 09-22-2012, 09:55 PM   #1786
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Hardware, doesn't work well way down at the bottom or up near the top. 80% of the time it's fine in the middle but not always. You can't see a damn thing in there either it's a PITA to pull the panel off and on too.
I was lucky on my last Mustang that only the actuators needed to be changed. Man, I agree PITA trying to get in there to address the hardware or alignment. Good luck and hope you can get it sorted.
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Old 09-22-2012, 09:58 PM   #1787
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I was lucky on my last Mustang that only the actuators needed to be changed. Man, I agree PITA trying to get in there to address the hardware or alignment. Good luck and hope you can get it sorted.
Think ill wait till it cools down outside more or just pay to have it done lol
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Re: What did you do with your Mustang today

[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]Oh my, that look awesome!! Was it difficult to do? That's exactly what Ive been wanting to do but figured I'd wait until exhaust was taken care of! That's done. On to the next!! I hate to hear that you tossed the rear seats! Geez! I can and will store them for you! PM me!. [/COLOR]
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I have no where to store them in my apartment so I had to toss them. Thanks! I like it a lot.
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Old 09-22-2012, 11:23 PM   #1789
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Well so much for going back om this mod jaja

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Bathed her now kinda grinded cause I think I did a bad job, it got dark and can't ser where it was streaking first so gotta wait till the morning to see the out come,,, then.either correct and fix or re wash
Yea no going back on that part! Lol...

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Oh my, that look awesome!! Was it difficult to do? That's exactly what Ive been wanting to do but figured I'd wait until exhaust was taken care of! That's done. On to the next!! I hate to hear that you tossed the rear seats! Geez! I can and will store them for you! PM me!.
Thanks! Yea it was actually easy to do. You just need basic tools. Well I already tossed them in the dumpster. Thanks for the offer though.
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Old 09-22-2012, 11:25 PM   #1790
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me and bout 16 friends took a little cruze through the country, bout 2 hours long. pretty good day.
Nice.

Did u have girrrrrrls in the back seat? Lol

Wait in one stang...sang you beta had grrrrs...lol
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Old 09-22-2012, 11:32 PM   #1791
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Siri is a witch but not bad st a bar...
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Made a wigger in a v6 charger feel like he was driving a go cart
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Went to Automass at Toyota Park. Got some weird looks for being one of the few stangs there.
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Old 09-23-2012, 10:10 PM   #1795
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Put on brakes and painted my calipers. Oh and did an oil change.

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Old 09-23-2012, 10:17 PM   #1796
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Put on brakes and painted my calipers. Oh and did an oil change.
Looks really good

Looks like you did the whole caliper assembly, nice!
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Old 09-23-2012, 10:45 PM   #1797
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Re painted my spoiler black, went spoiler less for a while and got a smoked license plate cover
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Old 09-24-2012, 11:06 AM   #1798
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On the roof at work and decided to snap a pic of my stang, red one is my Buddys 95 by

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Old 09-24-2012, 12:44 PM   #1799
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Re: What did you do with your Mustang today

Pulled the girls out while insulating the ceiling. They don't see daylight very often........on going projects.
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Old 09-24-2012, 02:31 PM   #1800
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Nice what's that Special worth mint?
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Re: What did you do with your Mustang today

Not mint by any stretch of the imagination but it's Original Cali. car, registered - titled Cali, only plate n reg. in its life.
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Took her on our first road trip this weekend from Baton Rouge to College Station, Tx. Then returned. She did great. Would've sent this yesterday but couldn't figure out how to make the "send" button appear after the iOS6 update.
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Took her on our first road trip this weekend from Baton Rouge to College Station, Tx. Then returned. She did great. Would've sent this yesterday but couldn't figure out how to make the "send" button appear after the iOS6 update.
If you reply to a post like I'm doing now, it works.
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If you hit the return button, it will activate the send button for new posts and threads.
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Old 09-25-2012, 06:38 AM   #1805
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If you hit the return button, it will activate the send button for new posts and threads.
I figured it out after reading a post you had about it. Thanks!
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If you hit the return button, it will activate the send button for new posts and threads.
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Old 09-25-2012, 07:05 AM   #1807
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Thats the app not the phone. Basically intended to stop you from sending a blank message.

There needs to be at least one character in the body.
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Thats the app not the phone. Basically intended to stop you from sending a blank message.

There needs to be at least one character in the body.
These guys are referring to a Forum Runner & ME app bug that surfaced with the release of iOS 6 where the send button is not activated.
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Paper I have some books on my iPad but I like holding actual books
Sometimes paper just feels better in the hands.
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:38 AM   #1810
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I have same thing on pre 6 devices

It's by design.
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I have same thing on pre 6 devices

It's by design.
This is different...
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:46 AM   #1812
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Always did the same thing since day one of app for me on all my iOS devices.

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Weird

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Does the same thing in all my forum apps it seems...and all iOS levels pre 6...
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She got a $203 alignment yesterday.. Now she's at the shop because the rearend felt loose??
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Found out some good news today, I only broke 2 valve springs and the valve dropped and got wedged.. At least my stroker kit is still good
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Reversed my backwards installed upper collant rubber hose. RAD means radiator. I, reversed it. Hah. duh.
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Reversed my backwards installed upper collant rubber hose. RAD means radiator. I, reversed it. Hah. duh.
Ha! Done that before too
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:35 PM   #1817
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Looked at it and thought of all the possibilitys
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Pondered painting my calipers grabber blue and doing some other small accent pieces in grabber.
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Had a guy come by and offer to buy her. Think I may be selling her..

To go get this!!
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Today I decided to change the transmission fluid in my car. And you know, I never realized just how little room there is the further I go back underneath my car. It doesn't seem so low when I change my oil!! I definitely have more arm room! God, help me when I work on rearend or would that be rear end? Tomorrow.

Anyway, I changed the fluid to Royal Purple Synchromax and I have to admit there is a major difference!! Shifting gears is so much better, so much smoother... I've decided to change the gear oil in the ole differential tomorrow. And yes I am a loyal Royal Purple Person! This will be the second time in the past two years! i love their products
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