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  1. #1476
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    Just saw this on KSL... Looks like a great deal. I sold my last manual vert for $10.5k. Someone should snap this up.
    1987 BMW 3 Series 325iC http://www.ksl.com/auto/listing/5539081

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  2. #1477
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    This one looks good too.
    1988 BMW 3 Series 325iS http://www.ksl.com/auto/listing/5512202

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  3. #1478
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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post
    Just saw this on KSL... Looks like a great deal. I sold my last manual vert for $10.5k. Someone should snap this up.
    1987 BMW 3 Series 325iC http://www.ksl.com/auto/listing/5539081

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    I was planning on scamming him, but he says "no scammers" in the ad.
    bummed.

  4. #1479
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    Quote Originally Posted by ill-advised strategy View Post
    I was planning on scamming him, but he says "no scammers" in the ad.
    bummed.
    You could always ask if he'd consider being scammed, no harm in asking.

  5. #1480
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    Walk away and live to scam another day.

  6. #1481
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    Hereís a pic the zhp waiting for an oil change and a cleaning.
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    Damn, we're in a tight spot!

  7. #1482
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  8. #1483
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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post
    Good reminder! The headlights are pretty mangy. It’s due for that treatment too! I’ve got that kit in the garage works great.
    Damn, we're in a tight spot!

  9. #1484
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    New wheels and tires today along with test fitting a hitch rack. Not under the hood, but i have to show this to someone and it seemed douchey to put on the gram.

    Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk

  10. #1485
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    Those wheels look great. Hitch rack is nice as well.

  11. #1486
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    What kind of rubber did you go with?

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  12. #1487
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    I just put a set of Firestone Indy 500 on mine. Sticky.
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  13. #1488
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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post
    What kind of rubber did you go with?

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    Michelin PS4S. Had the PSS on my last car, thought they were pretty excellent and was excited to try these. Running Blizzak WS80 on the oem wheels for the other 6 months of the year.

  14. #1489
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    Everytime I get new tires, I feel like a little kid who got new shoes and can now run faster.

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  15. #1490
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    I still fondly recall a morning driving to Bear Valley on CA-4. They had just given the road a new overlay and I had just installed new CompTAís on the RX-7.
    Sticky, sticky fun.

  16. #1491
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    Doing some seat work on my current project car.Click image for larger version. 

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  17. #1492
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    Quote Originally Posted by powdrhound View Post
    I still fondly recall a morning driving to Bear Valley on CA-4. They had just given the road a new overlay and I had just installed new CompTA’s on the RX-7.
    Sticky, sticky fun.
    That must have been a blast. You couldn't really ask for a better car for that road and with clean smooth pavement... Mmm mmmmm yummy

  18. #1493
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    06 tundra with 5 inch lift and no diff drop kit now has new cvs, a diff drop kit, new front brakes, brake lines as well as a new return side power steering line. 4 hrs wrenchin, 1 trip to advanced auto for majority of parts (15% off) 1 trip to autozone for power steering line that we discovered leaking, 1 trip to orielly for 6 inch brake hardlines and tube bender for the lines that snapped to the calipers (future project steel braided brakelines), 3 lil sleezer pizzas to feed my buddies kids (mom not home) 13 utah coronas consumedduring the wrenchings 5 high point IPAs for the after.

    Wrenching on trucks is too easy. Toyotas especially (gonna regret these words). Timing belts next.Click image for larger version. 

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  19. #1494
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    Enh timing belt on those v8s (is the 06 the 4.7l?) Is pretty easy.

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  20. #1495
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    Got one seat just about finished. Took me forever cause I am lazy and the kids stay up too late because it is still light out.
    Fairly satisfied. Disappointed with how the back of the seat bottom is not flat, as there was no metal rod in the back 2/3 of the cushion. But after sitting in it a few times, it ought to be fine.Click image for larger version. 

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  21. #1496
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    Cool

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    Taking the truck out of town for a month starting tomorrow, caliper seized last night. Everything is rusted together - breaker bar, anti seize, heat... saltwater environments are not friendly!

  22. #1497
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    Summer just started but I'm already looking towards winter. Got some dirt cheap 17" Audi S4 wheels for my A3, will be giving them a good scrub and re-finishing them, then eventually throwing some winter meat on them.


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    One down... Drivers and rears to go. God that one took me forever.
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  24. #1499
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    Damn, that's impressive work.

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    My main battery 90ah was 25% charge. Drip charger only took a few hours to get to 100% and typically takes longer. Does a faster charge cycle mean the battery is losing capacity? Thatís my guess as it is at least 5 y/o.

    Itís throwing convenience disabled warnings on startup is how I knew it was low.

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