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RE: Clutch vibration, and ramble
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> From: Phil Payne [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, September 28, 1998 4:09 AM
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> Subject: RE: Clutch vibration, and ramble
> > 4. New Boge Turbos in front, oem in back
> Don't see any suspension or brake work in that list. The parking brake
> levers on the rear calipers are likely to be stiffening up, bushes need
> to be thought about. If you have the space, I would suggest you get it
> on axle stands until grad school is done, and do a very leisurely
> suspension and running gear rebuild in your spare time. Shame to let
> go of it.
#4, Boge Turbos on front end. Oem Boge stuff on back. Various bushings were
done, this was about 3 months ago. Ball Joints need to be done.
Rear Caliper arms were sticking. E-brake cables were replaced approx 5
months ago. Rear Calips might still need a rebuild (I left the e-brake very
loose and have been leaving it in gear).
Scary how you can point to the weak spots on my car without actually seeing
it! I'm very impressed.
Not a bad idea to put the 200q on jackstands. Unfortunately, space is a
premium. At the very least, I would have to keep it registered/insured or
rent a storage facility.
It *is* a shame to let it go, so this week's project is to look into the
91 Golf temp back-up.
89 200q, TAP Chip, 175
85 Mr2, 77K (in storage)
92 Miata, auto, 6K, For Sale (Mom's)
91 Cannondale 3.0 (always reliable)