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Randall, You've done a thorough job of identifying the issues. I'd be particularly interested in what you wind up with on the high beam low beam differential
If the broken rotor was one of the ones with the brass rivet holding the metal part, those are known to break. Get a couple of new-style red rotors from
Got it John the twist is what did it. I have actually got them apart without removing the face and needle by undoing the cotter key on the trip control
Just installed these in our BN2. The parcel tray has, I think, 5-6 screws into the firewall on the rear underneath the tray that go into the scuttle,
" ...a disaster waiting to happen IMO"
If you *have* to move that stuff yourself, seems that U-Haul or another
I was able to push the silentblocs out of the steering linkage bush Housing with a gear puller, but the bushings left a lot of rubber behind, (that is real stubborn!).
I don't want to damage...
Removed the timing cover to replace the oil seal and gasket. (However, still waiting on parts).
took the opportunity to refinish the timing cover (a lot of surface rust) by wire brushing it and...
[COLOR=#333333][FONT=Verdana]Re: Motor mount replacement
[INDENT]Well, it was the back trans. plate causing my problem with the front motor mounts.
Not only were the bolt holes to far...
This afternoon was a steering assessment session.
TR3driver(Randall) & Geo observed that the zerk fitting on my steering box was a red flag of steering problems and meant I need to take some action:...