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Kris79

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About Kris79

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  • Birthday 05/20/1979

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ladysmith B.C.
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  • Biography
    Finsihed for the time being with Loyales. Moved on to AWD Legacys
  • Vehicles
    1998 Legacy L wagon 1992 Legacy wagon
  1. Depending on the reliability of this car I won't mind replacing struts with new ones when I am able to. Wreckers here on Vancouver Island want $700 for decent used ones.
  2. I'm not sure about the mileage. I can't afford new ones and I need this car for commuting.
  3. Thanks guys. I'm going to be running the stock wheels. These struts are only $100 for all for and the owner says they're in good condition.
  4. I bought a good running 1998 Legacy L for next to nothing. The struts/springs are done. I found a 2000 Impreza Outback wagon for parts with good struts. Can these be swapped into my Legacy ?
  5. These cars are FUN and not show quality but we love em, red-ish one is a 1994 4x4. white one in snow was a 1993 4x4 ( now crushed) the other white one with black stripes is a 1986 GL FWD 5speed with a near mint interior and way less rust than the Loyales. Also less mileage. No pics of these cars in real off road terrian, nobody would get out to photo them lol
  6. https://www.facebook.com/tyrone.jack.100/videos/1687943988142443/ 1992 Legacy, 472,000 on the odometer
  7. Kris79

    93 loyale ea82 radiator

    Just thought I'd mention we went through two radiators from Rockauto. They split in the exact same place, left hand lower and not where the plastic is bonded. We put the old radiator back in and it was fine other than a garden hose could blow the fins out. Finally found an old metal one localy at a wreckers and it's been fine ever since. Best of luck to you.
  8. Kris79

    Pugeut rims

    No interest in the wheels, they've all been crushed with the cars they were on. Too bad
  9. I was in a wrecker today and I found 4 old Pugeot cars all with wheel rims. 8 alloys with centre caps and 4 steel ones. Let me know if you're interested. I'd buy them all if someone wants to purchase some for their Loyale, GL or older Subaru 4x4. Message me on here or e-mail me @ krishokanson777@hotmail.com. Cars are located on Vancouver Island Canada. I posted a pic from online that is an axact wheel are these cars have. The steel ones are straight but some rust. - Kris
  10. I was in a wrecker today and I found 4 old Pugeot cars all with wheel rims. 8 alloys with centre caps and 4 steel ones. Let me know if you're interested. I'd buy them all if someone wants to purchase some for their Loyale, GL or older Subaru 4x4. Message me on here or e-mail me @ krishokanson777@hotmail.com. Cars are located on Vancouver Island Canada. I posted a pic from online that is an axact wheel are these cars have. The steel ones are straight but some rust. - Kris
  11. Well I pulled it all apart. Put new belt on and double checked everything and the belt just goes back to where it was. I'm going to just run it like this till it flies off. It's a second car and we can live without it even though it's so much fun.
  12. I'll give it a try since I have an extra one
  13. I put the old tensioner back on thinking it might be the problem and it did the same thing leading me to think it isn't the tensioner since it wasn't doing this previously. Which way did you bend it ?
  14. Hey guys (gals) I recently replaced my timing belts, tensioners etc. Everything was working fine until a couple weeks ago. The left hand side belt it sliding towards the engine. I replaced a tensioner and realigned the belt a few times and it just jumps back. Any idea's please ? I'm at a loss. Just tried to upload pictures. My files are too large and not sure how to reduce the file size. The timing belt started to cut into the plastic cover behind the cam wheel. It's maybe a 1mm or so over the edge and I don't think it's safe to drive.
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