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The Beast I Drive

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About The Beast I Drive

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    CALL ME, (509) 391-5903
  • Birthday 12/30/1988

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    idrivethebeast@hotmail.com

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    Toppenish, WA
  • Interests
    Automotives; welding
  • Occupation
    Bill Omlin Monster Lifts
  • Vehicles
    Lots of old gens

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  1. The Beast I Drive

    BOSS 2" EA82 Lift Kits- $100!!!

    I do not have any left, sorry. -Bill
  2. The Beast I Drive

    My '92 Loyale: Safariwagon

    If the spring or top hat is touching the inner strut tower, you might just need to tap the area it touches with a hammer until it clears. -Bill
  3. Hey everyone, while I am no longer making lifts on a regular basis, I do still have blueprints of all the lifts I offered available. They are $25 each, and can be emailed or snail mailed upon request. I have the following blueprints available: Gen 1 (1977-1981 Brat, 1977-1979 Wagon, Sedan, Coupe) - 4" EA81 (1982-1987 Brat, 1980-1989 Hatchback, 1980-1984 Wagon, Sedan, Coupe) - 3", 4", 6" EA82 (1985-1994 Wagon, Sedan, RX, 3-door Coupe, Loyale, Loyale RS; 1985-1992 XT, XT-6) - 2", 4", 6" PM me or give me a call. Paypal and money orders are preferred. Thanks -Bill
  4. The Beast I Drive

    BOSS 2" EA82 Lift Kits- $100!!!

    All lift kits are sold, none left. Thanks to everyone who bought one, I hope you enjoy them and they serve you well, and sorry to anyone who missed out. If I start making more I will let yall know. Thanks -Bill
  5. The Beast I Drive

    BOSS 2" EA82 Lift Kits- $100!!!

    Send me a Private Message, if you have a paypal account that is my preffered payment method, but I do accept money orders as well. -Bill
  6. The Beast I Drive

    BOSS 2" EA82 Lift Kits- $100!!!

    Only 2 left! -Bill
  7. The Beast I Drive

    Last chance for BOSS lifts

    Only 2 left now! -Bill
  8. The Beast I Drive

    BOSS 2" EA82 Lift Kits- $100!!!

    2 gone, 3 lifts left... -Bill
  9. The Beast I Drive

    BOSS 2" EA82 Lift Kits- $100!!!

    I believe that when the suspension is in high mode it rides the same height as one that has springs instead of air struts, and when the suspension is in low mode it is actually 2" lower than a normal one, but I'm not 100% on that. There is one person here I can think of who put a 2" lift on an XT6 with air suspension and it all seemed to work perfect for him, if I remember right the username was grossgary, you might PM them and ask if they had any issues, I believe he used an SJR kit, which lowered the crossmember 1". -Bill
  10. The Beast I Drive

    BOSS 2" EA82 Lift Kits- $100!!!

    My 2" lift will work with it while it is still working, all that is required is you will have to drill a hole in each front strut top-plate to run the air hose through. When the air struts finally give out you'll want to replace them or your ride quality will suck. -Bill
  11. The Beast I Drive

    Last chance for BOSS lifts

    I just finished up 5 of the 2" lifts from leftover parts I had, PM me if you want one, get them before they are gone! -Bill
  12. The Beast I Drive

    BOSS 2" EA82 Lift Kits- $100!!!

    I just finished 5 of these 2" kits from parts i had left over, they are ready to ship and still only $120 shipped! PM me if you want one, get them before they are gone! -Bill
  13. The Beast I Drive

    My '92 Loyale: Safariwagon

    You don't have to do anything with that mount, the lift kit drops the whole rear crossmember and the diff together. -Bill
  14. The Beast I Drive

    EA71 Removal...?

    I've always just used Craftsman combination wrenches, nothing special. Just takes patience, because you will only be able to turn a 6th of a turn at a time and will have to flip the wrench to get the jaws in the right place a lot. I replace those nuts with the 14mm versions they used on the later motors. Same threads, just a smaller outer size so you can get a racheting wrench on them. -Bill
  15. The Beast I Drive

    ea81 engine with ea82 5sp tranny

    I have found that there are 2 different thicknesses for the EA81 flywheels: one is the same as the EA82 flywheels, and works fine when using the EA82 clutch disc. The other is almost 1/4" thicker than the EA82 flywheel, and when the clutch disc is installed the pressure plate is backed up so far into the throwout bearing that it doesn't clamp the disc and slips like mad. I have run into this problem twice. I always swap the EA82 flywheel, it's just not a lot of extra work and it assures you avoid the above mentioned issue. It also allows you to use XT-6 clutch parts if you want more grab. -Bill
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