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I have a new key, made according to the numbers on the barrel. It fits and turns a little but it look s like I will need to take
The shocks themselves are not really known for knocking, but a chronic problem is that they can loosen on the frame, and then wallow out the bolt mounting
I had my flywheel surfaced while I was dealing with the shop. Cost of a clutch against the agro of pulling the transmission a few thousand miles down
If there's no filter at all, there's a good chance your getting junk blocking the float valve spuratically, so the bowls over-fill.
Does anyone sell the remote clutch bleeder kit anymore?