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Molly, my Golden Retriever, is a bed pig (on my bed of course). She's suppose to be my kid's dog, but you know how children's promises go. She's 9, he's 20.

Better still guys, i have had them add a tap  so now i can plug straight into a keg!!! HaHa

Foods ok Frosty, had lamb shanks and roast veg for dinner would have been nice with a ice cold Heineken

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Brake lines completed 

next will be a new 3/8 fuel line 👍


ordered the new kyb shocks today along with wheel cylinders and trans mount. 

next will be to get my existing springs over to the spring makers and have them make new 2inch lower versions, and i must call bricon and see how all my steering parts are coming.... they must be rebuilt by now!🙄

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19 hours ago, Ringo64 said:

waynes world party on GIF

Most non-triumphant.....I was talkin about Bill N TED.  :rofl:


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Talk to the guy at bricon today rebuilding my tie rod ends and hes found a fracture in one of the inner tie rods, so i am going to see him next week to see what he is on about, he seams to think its a minor issue.

so i want to see for myself,  

he saying that the rod ends are very different to what he has rebuilt before... which i find odd as i would expect them to be a very generic gm set up.

something about a single bearing under the cap and that its a hair line crack in a cap??? 

think its best if i see for myself.

anyone had a experience with rebuilding a pontiac tie rod end ??


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Here is what i am up against, shipping from usa to new zealand:stars:.... this from Ames for a $55 single trans mount for my automatic .......

Your order is boxed up and ready to ship.

You have a few options for shipping to New Zealand.

DHL -$90.20

Fed Ex -$86.40

World wide UPS -$41.15

First Class -$37.25

Priority USPS -$70.20

i need a beer 🙄:cheers:

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Like Frosty said bro, I replaced mine. Hell, I didn't know they could be rebuilt. Damn that shipping is crazy bro!!!

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