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    Got the old girl out last night for a few km's. Sorted most of the niggles and drives really nice. After playing with rear suspension and driveshaft angles, seems to get more traction now

    Diff seems to have a bit of whine on decel so will chat to my diff guy about that and little clunk in front pass suspension somewhere.

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    how long till i can drive dis in anger lol

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    Whenever you are in Melbourne!

    My work ute is off at the panel beaters so loaded this up today. Actually drives better with shit in the tray. Took it to the Knox meet after work and lots of people loved it. Made me feel all warm inside. Lol

    Still chasing a clunk in left suspension which is driving me crazy. Also has a random jerking at light throttle. Swapped out O2 sensor so lets see if it that works. I also dialled in some camber in the front wheels. Cruise control not working and still need to sort aircon lines





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    That photo prompted me to add camber btw

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    It already had plenty of camber
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    Yes, positive..
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    Ah shit should of called would of swing down to Knox. Is the Tuesday summer whateveritis meetup back on again?


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    What's with the lower part of the front bumper being all pushed out, looks like hitting the cooler tanks or piping?
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    Cooler tanks, so I leave some room above cooler near nostrils to get air to rad

    Yeah back on every second Tue. Next is Nov 14th I think

    Also on the tools today


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    those hooks aren't meant to be used for load restraint

    and the load should have been further foreward
    .... because every driver experiences the destructive potential of the effortless surge of power available through the smallest of body movements.

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    Cause cardboard is soo heavy

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    lol.
    .... because every driver experiences the destructive potential of the effortless surge of power available through the smallest of body movements.

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    Good work. Have similar annoying clunk in my front end...at a glance everything looked ok...ended up being RH inner rack end. Always forget about them cos they're covered by the boot.


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    Not that, as I pulled it out to redo lock. Might be lower control arm too loose at K frame end. Anyhoo

    Spoke to other aircon guys and dropping it off today hopefully

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    The annoying clunk in my old shitbox was the strut top rubber

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    That's all new as well. Even took out a washer to tighten it up. Unless yellow bearing race shit the bed already

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogsballs View Post
    Unless yellow bearing race shit the bed already
    Wouldnt be surprised, they are a cunt

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    Great pic. Greater feedback, lol

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    If only they knew how confused you really are
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    The head on that cunt he is probably more confused than us


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    $1100 to do aircon. Needs new lines, barb's, drier, condenser. Bah.

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    Aircon done, can't complain done in a couple days with no notice. Did a fairly neat job, I had to rejiggle a couple things next to intercooler afterwards, but nothing really. Ice cold, Woot Woot.

    Also jacked up front and went thru every bolt to find that clunk. It's gone!! Pretty sure it was the LCA bolt at the K frame. Wasn't right enough to pull K frame sides in. That or top brake caliper sliding pin was a bit loose. Who cares, done.

    Also swapped in indicator stalk,.as self canceller wasn't working. Boom boom. Computer says no. Pin mechanism behind steering wheel is totally gone. So if anyone has a spare steering wheel can you check please. Happy to pay moneys.



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    Needs to be non abs model

    Similar to this ( this is vn/vp)



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    Usually break blinker tabs when putting steering wheel back on with blinker in selected position instead of neutral.

    You tried to straighten that piece on back of wheel or is chunk of it broken off?


    vn/p wheels are atrocious you want vr non-airbag wheel for yours.
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    an easy fix is get a mate to drive in front of you at 60 then 80 then 100 and mark in on your speedo with some liquid paper.

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    It broke off like 18mths ago. Steering wheel is mint, I replaced when I got car.

    Holden part no is VS20593

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    Like this? I can't remember if this was for an airbag wheel or not. Has PMA6100 molded on the back of it.
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    Fuck yeah. That's it. Pm me and we can work it out

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    Look at all that realestate for AC lines! Lucky bugger

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    Changing the intake made life a lot easier.

    Got a new rad cap tonight as it seems to like to push water into the overflow despite new rad cap and bleeding it a couple times. See how we go with this or it might have a tiny hole in head gasket

    Reckon I will hit Calder Fri week Oct 27th. Been practicing holding the brake and getting it up onto boost. Just smokes the tyres on the street, lol

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