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  1. czny

    SJR Lift Kit Help

    No.3 are rear diff mount bracket spacers, you need longer bolts for that. 3 & 5 are about dropping the rear diff evenly.
  2. Sleeved bolts space the rear diff pumpkin down as does the flat alloy plate. Two sets of holes - one pair for 4 inch lift the other pair for 6 inch, IIRC. Search USMB for rear diff top mount repairs if yours is damaged/worn out.
  3. Isn't that commutator supposed to be cylindrical? Looks like it had been re-brushed a few times and never turned on a lathe the way its worn. Abrasive dust can kill a motor too. I'm sure you could find a service similar to this one local to you: https://eurtonelectric.com/catalog/armatures Search for small DC electric motor repair.
  4. czny

    EJ22 wiring harness question

    Its pinned in Retrofitting FAQ. 2nd topic thread. Several links in there too.
  5. czny

    Ej to Ea Oil pressure gauge

    For myself in 87 GL wagon, planned to use OEM switch with mechanical OP gauge. Switch port in case is 1/8 BSP, right? 1/8 NPT female tee: https://www.mcmaster.com/50785K75, with this adapter: https://www.mcmaster.com/4860K611. Or, a branch tee https://www.mcmaster.com/50785K219 with this adapter: https://www.mcmaster.com/4860K141 Copper tubing from engine to inside OP gauge with 3-4 coils of tubing between engine & firewall to prevent fracture.
  6. If you get a camera get one that records audio for the awsh*t comments you're likely to make in case of another "incident". But seriously, recording some jerk cutting in & out of traffic that causes an accident is worthwhile for your own peace of mind if the unwanted happens. After rolling with the cab 3 times hugging the bench seat(saw the moon thru windshield twice), getting beaten up by a cross wrench, loaded tool box & a steel flashlight, thrown 15ft in the air then landing on my knees & elbows on road straddling the double yellow. I was barely able to get up. 3 cracked ribs, a soccer ball sized bone bruise on my right thigh, concussion, dislocated ankles, knees & elbows. I hurt for 2 months. I can still osteo-rotate my elbows to pop them. Happened in 1983 but now its becoming harder to differentiate old age from injury. Ha ha ha. It is weird how much detail you can recall in the time dilation unreality of an accident, even after years have passed.
  7. Glad that you're OK. But to have to strip & cut up your car is heartache. Had to strip & cut up a 51 Chevy PU years ago after some SOB caused me to roll over 3 times. Also a H&R incident but no witnesses.
  8. https://www.ebay.com/itm/The-Club-Pedal-To-Steering-Wheel-Lock-Vehicle-Anti-Theft-Device-Fits-Most-Cars/352756509344?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 And/or this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/The-Club-3000-Twin-Hooks-Steering-Wheel-Lock-Yellow/153791200705?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 Some thieves find spare keys at PNP yards. I've overheard some hunting for keys at a So Cal PNP, shouting to each other when they found keys. Remarkable....pun intended.
  9. Same here. Owned one made in USA for yrs. & that one is smaller OD at the grip end + all steel. General Tool makes a nifty LED lighted one for about $20, but that one definitely has too large a grip head for the lower tube.
  10. Or save some time fabbing the tool & buy one of these instead: https://www.lowes.com/pd/CRAFTSMAN-Automotive-Pickup-Tool/1000594933?cm_mmc=shp-_-c-_-prd-_-tol-_-google-_-lia-_-218-_-mechanicstools-_-1000594933-_-0&store_code=1170&placeholder=null&gclid=Cj0KCQiAxfzvBRCZARIsAGA7YMzbI005sCzA9gg6PLtVtD81hwwD4pCsFHjBM6vpuE5ASvF3fhdF2EsaAhVQEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds Useful around the home too!
  11. Made in Japan Nachi 7207 brgs: https://www.ebay.com/itm/7207-Nachi-Angular-Contact-Bearing-Made-in-Japan/360246769483?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
  12. czny

    EA81 rear sway bar

    Wasn't certain they'd fit your EA81 & if no one wants them, I'll strip them of brgs & hardware then scrap them. Here's another pic to help your bracket fab before they go.
  13. czny

    EA81 rear sway bar

    At least imageshack isn't doing that crap. Too bad you're so far away Steptoe, other wise I'd sell you these for really cheap. '85-86 EA GL-10 arms. Wonder if ParcelMonkey delivers to your area? Edit: EMS Parcel Post is $175 for 30 lbs Nevermind...
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    '87 GL 4WD wagon-czny

    Also did the green LED illumination in the cluster thing. Much better at night. Some light bleeding into RH turn signal arrow - I'll get to that later when I have the dash apart again.
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