Hey Paul, you thought about the condition of your the linkage pivot assemblies, they get loose and cause extra wear on the linkage cups
yea where the motor joint is, it's dried up and real loose, can see where it's worn out.Hey Paul, you thought about the condition of your the linkage pivot assemblies, they get loose and cause extra wear on the linkage cups
Yeah mine was the same... Causing excess wear on the rod cups on the end. Didn't think about using a face lift. Sorry Paul didn't realise you had already changed them once.my spindles were mega rusty and had worn away the plastic surrounds really bad
u got a pic zed n how much u want 4 it? round indicator hole?Just seen I got a pass side wing with arch liner attached sitting here waiting for me to use.......unless you use it first
would prob only be stayin afew mins cos I'd be worn from staying up all day from midnight, only to drive another 5hrs back home till midnight = 24hrpick up sound better .pics next few days
Edit......and if you got a spare 2.5 min hatch up a independent rear suspension for the fixed rear beam of us. simple version.
I like sanding...just did another wheel today... ^_^Is it just me then that actually quite likes sanding???
I've never used any panel cleaning stuff before painting...just always washed with soapy water to get any paint residue off and then away with the primer once dry.
if I had a proper electric sander it'd make life and weak arms alot easier. ain't got the time or budget so sacrificing quality but there's always another time.I know what you mean with sanding man just started sabding that filler down on the roof keep thinking electric sander but im sure the extra effort and time pay off in the end.
Your finish on those panels look awesome lol nice and glossy im usually a rusher so always end up with rubish spots. Im too impatient lol
I trimmed the a-piller bit of the LH wing.Is that the wing you already altered to fit better?
Definitely got an odd angle going on, perhaps because held on by cable ties instead of bolts?