what did you do to your ride today?

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Re: what did you do to your ride today?

Postby Mkweaver1958 » Mon Nov 18, 2019 8:06 am

Well the INDY blew the heater core hoses on my way home from work last week, so its off to the shop since I'm tired of crawling around under the dash and engine compartment.
I'm getting too old for this!

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Re: what did you do to your ride today?

Postby Rettax3 » Tue Nov 19, 2019 4:06 pm

Mkweaver1958 wrote:I'm getting too old for this!

On my Berettas, the power steering lines started failing one after another as the cars each hit the same age. Some of these rubber parts definitely have a lifespan. Probably worth-while to change the radiator hoses and flush the coolant on yours, if it hasn't all been done in the last few years...

If I ever reach the point of not being able or willing to work on my own cars, I am totally screwed. I can just picture some lube-tech trying to find the oil filter on the GTU! :P Sorry bud, take the car back off the rack and turn the wheel to the right! No lift needed... :lol:

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1990 Turbo 3.4 5-Speed T-Type
1990 4.0L 4-Cam 32-Valve V-8 5-Speed Indy GTi (Project)
1990 Stock(!) 3.1 MPFI Auto Indy
1995 LA1/L82 4T60E Z-26
1995 3.4 DOHC Turbo 5-Speed Z-26

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Re: what did you do to your ride today?

Postby woody90gtz » Sun Nov 24, 2019 2:44 pm

Found out the wheels I bought, blasted and painted for the truck are the cause of the vibration at highway speed. Took them to get rebalanced and the lip style won't take clip on weights, which is why they recommended the beads the first time. So they used sticky weights on the second try and they hit the calipers...so it's not even driveable.

Ended up buying some stock 16s since they are 12lbs lighter, forged and hub centric unlike the old cast American Racing wheels. Won't look as good, but they'll probably pay for themselves in fuel eventually. Currently stripping, blasting and sanding the peeling clear coat and corrosion off them. Fun job.

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Re: what did you do to your ride today?

Postby krisverde » Tue Dec 10, 2019 4:21 am

Got it legal in AZ.

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