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I'll have to wait till after the show to fix that.

 

I have learned 2 things from reading your buildup.

 

Its amazing what you can put your mind to to accomplilsh.

 

and 2 i will never do the ej swap way way way way way way to much wireing. I wont even rewire a lightswitch.

 

Looks good though.

 

Ben

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1st time i've read thru the thread :dead: that thing looks great!! can't wait to see it at the show . . . :popcorn:

 

great work with the swap, hows da powa??

 

chris

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1st time i've read thru the thread :dead: that thing looks great!! can't wait to see it at the show . . . :popcorn:

 

great work with the swap, hows da powa??

 

chris

 

It feels about the same as my 1998 Legacy Outback, which is a great improvement over stock. I can't wait to take it throug some mud.

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you are so not responding to stuff on vacation. WTF:rolleyes:

 

i got my tranny, guess what you got planned for next sunday. mwahahahaha (evil laugh):lol:

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you are so not responding to stuff on vacation. WTF:rolleyes:

 

i got my tranny, guess what you got planned for next sunday. mwahahahaha (evil laugh):lol:

 

I know, I'm using dial up and it's killing me. I also can't stay away from this site.

 

Oh next sunday, ya I've got lots of big important things to do that day.:grin:

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Oh next sunday, ya I've got lots of big important things to do that day.:grin:

 

 

oh man i swore i cleared it with your secretary .:lol:

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Sweeet!

 

Got plans for a graphics package?

 

Can't wait to see it at the show!

 

I've got something planned. Stay tuned.;)

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Update: Just installed a new basket on the roof. I just need to install a pitch stop before the show then I'm finished for now.

 

 

Basket_3.jpg

 

Basket_2.jpg

 

Basket_1.jpg

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Does driving on your lawn count as "mild off roading"?;)

 

The sad part is that I had to have a jeep tow me out.:grin:

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That looks pretty good. You must work in a sign shop or something.

 

Do those little wings on the fenders make it fly?

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That looks pretty good. You must work in a sign shop or something.

 

Do those little wings on the fenders make it fly?

 

I know a guy in the sign industry.:grin:

 

Oh it flies alright...

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If I were you I might think of selling personalized stickers like that. I want one when I get my set up closer to complete! You have done good work!:headbang:

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If I were you I might think of selling personalized stickers like that. I want one when I get my set up closer to complete! You have done good work!:headbang:

 

I can't really do that, but what I can do is give the design to one of the members running the site and they can make and sell them. (so the money goes to the board)

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wanna...work on mine? :rolleyes:

 

Hmmmmm, I think I have enough projects of my own for now. I'd be happy to give you advice or answer any questions you might have though.

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Update: Well everything seems to be running fine. I have developed a bit of a squeak in the through out bearing. A little annoying, but livable.

 

I need to rebuild the entire front end of the car though. Everything is loose and worn out. New wheel bearings, bushings, struts, ball joints, axles ect. I'm going to go through the whole thing. I guess after 24 years it's time and I don't want to keep patching crap together on it anymore. I also found out that Autozone is selling the ajustable struts now so that's way cool.

 

I do need a little help figuring something out. What can I do to fix the negitive camber in my front wheels? I though about having some small 1"-1.5" plates make to go between the crossmember and the frame, but that seems to be a big P.I.T.A. I was wondering if there is an eazyer way.

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