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    I think you meant to say caster, not camber. ...

    I think you meant to say caster, not camber.

    Do you mean the tires squeal on corners or going straight ahead? If it's only on corners, thee is something wrong with the steering geometry. The...
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    Put a flame to R12 or R134a and it decomposes...

    Put a flame to R12 or R134a and it decomposes into very bad things. It won't kill you instantly, but it will a day or two later when your lungs basically dissolve. Yeah I know, it's more technical...
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    The factory drier should be fine. Inside, they...

    The factory drier should be fine. Inside, they all have the same desiccant, from what I've been taught, and it's good for mineral oil or PAG oil, R12 or R134a. Far as I know, the driers for the new...
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    If you're not comfortable with A/C work, it'd...

    If you're not comfortable with A/C work, it'd probably be best to have the shop do it all. In the long run, it may be more economical. I've been doing it so long, I sometimes forget that not...
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    What I always go back to is, watch "Demolition...

    What I always go back to is, watch "Demolition Man". That's where it seems things are going these days, especially with the socialists running things out east right now. To be honest, I'd rather be...
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    Rant or just an observation? So many of the auto...

    Rant or just an observation? So many of the auto manufactures have ads that talk up how safe their cars and trucks are but then they do things that make them bad as ever. Certain ones rely on a...
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    Independence Day

    I see my previous post here could be misinterpeted so,,,,,,,,,,,,,I decided to get rid of it.
  8. Yes, A/C cars are both 1/2" hoses. I'm 98.3%...

    Yes, A/C cars are both 1/2" hoses. I'm 98.3% sure the hose to the pump nipple goes to the top. I looked in the FSM but their illustration sucks but it appears the hose is on the top of the core,...
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    Parts catalog shows a different p/n for coupe,...

    Parts catalog shows a different p/n for coupe, sedan and wagon (plus another for Police). I would imagine the difference is the rear brake bias, more rear brake on a wagon, less on a sedan and still...
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    No modifications. Just bolt them on. The...

    No modifications. Just bolt them on. The advantage is, the round bushing won't squish around like the oval ones do.

    In case you aren't aware, just snug the bolts up and then do the final torque...
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    If you call ESPO, just tell them what car you...

    If you call ESPO, just tell them what car you have and they should be able to determine which springs you need. As for the spring plates, that is the ISO-spring set up. The pads are available in...
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    I had the entire harness out of my car during the...

    I had the entire harness out of my car during the build and don't recall seeing any extra plug-in's in the dash or body harness that would be for power windows. Not saying they aren't there, just...
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    Not sure if I've ever seen a 2 door coupe with...

    Not sure if I've ever seen a 2 door coupe with power windows. However, the parts catalog shows power window regulator for 2 door. Actually, I don't remember off hand ever seeing a 4 door with power...
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    What are they going to do if you have "too many...

    What are they going to do if you have "too many people" at Thanksgiving? Round everyone up in the paddy wagon or what? Most, if not all, Police depts around here don't waste their time on people...
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    China is to blame for it in the first place. They...

    China is to blame for it in the first place. They banned travel to and from that Woohan Province within China but NOT to anywhere else in the world. Trying not to get political but it's tough. IF...
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    But,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Bones,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,I...

    But,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Bones,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,I need,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,fuel.

    Dammit Jim, I'm a doctor not a gas station.

    LOL
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    Mine are attached with the stock mounting plates...

    Mine are attached with the stock mounting plates and "shocks".
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    When I did mine, I had the fittings and hoses...

    When I did mine, I had the fittings and hoses mocked up and marked for position already. The shop brazed a couple adapter fittings to the stock H-valve blockand conensor block to adapt to the new...
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    Dang man! I'm crying and it isn't even my car. ...

    Dang man! I'm crying and it isn't even my car.

    Jim is active on here again, btw.
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    Put the new EBC brake pads in. Didn't take a pic...

    Put the new EBC brake pads in. Didn't take a pic but scuffed the rotor surfaces with an angle die grinder and Roloc surface conditioning disc to break the glaze.

    Discovered something I have to do...
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    We ran into that once at work on a street rod....

    We ran into that once at work on a street rod. Beautiful braided SS A/C hoses but he had a leak. One where it leaks down over the course of a few months. Put florescent dye in he system and charged...
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    Yikes! It is a tad on the rough side, isn't it?...

    Yikes! It is a tad on the rough side, isn't it? Already had the frame rails "fixed" and there is a lot of bondo. I've never seen an F body with the firewall/cowl rotted out that bad, especially on...
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    A butt weld would work but, it'd be better if the...

    A butt weld would work but, it'd be better if the flange was over the outside of the pipe. My idea would be enlarge the holes in the flanges slightly so the pipe is a tight slip fit and then weld.
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    I never did find a new valve for my car (one...

    I never did find a new valve for my car (one specifically for an Aspen) and ended up using one for a mid '90's Jeep. the diameter is the same but the thickness of the "groove" is different. Made a...
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    It appears the field and load relay was only used...

    It appears the field and load relay was only used in '76 and '77 F-body. Sorry, I've only a '79 catalog.
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