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#1 kingwill

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Posted 26 January 2004 - 03:10 AM

Hey everyone !
I have not been on for a while, been real busy with work and all.
Trying to get my Brat back together and I'm in need of a alinement tool to get the clutch disk inline so I can get the engine back in my brat and start driving the beast again insted of just looking at it in the garage:(

I need a clutch disk alinement tool (also called a dildo)
I did not name it.
for a 80' Brat

any suggestions



Brad

#2 SUBARU3

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Posted 26 January 2004 - 03:40 AM

Brad:

The plastic ones are really cheap and available at AutoZone, Pepboys and most big auto parts stores. Be SURE to get the one for 77-81 BRAT or 77-79 Subaru cars. The one for the 80 and up cars or the 82 snd up BRATs is different. I find so many screwed up databases around anymore. Heck, I asked for a part for a 78 wagon recently and the computer asked if I had a 2.2 or a 2.5!!!! I said 2.5 for the heck of it! The part was correct though.

Todd

#3 kingwill

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Posted 26 January 2004 - 03:43 AM

thanks Todd


Now I got to get my butt of the couch and get to work:D

Thanks again for the info

Brad




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