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post #29521 of Old 07-23-2013, 12:23 PM Thread Starter
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Hey Marn, I'm not going to be able to swing by tonight. I have some unfinished projects at the shop that need my attention tonight
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Marn, what do you actually need help with? I may be able to swing by. I've gotta run a couple errands and then was going to do some fab work but I'm not 100% sure.

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Marn, what do you actually need help with? I may be able to swing by. I've gotta run a couple errands and then was going to do some fab work but I'm not 100% sure.
He needs someone to Pump......Him up!!
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Oh, well that would mean that he's got the master installed which didn't look really promising when I was over there for a couple minutes last night dropping off kermit.

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Ricky, thanks, no worries. I appreciate the heads up.

Khris, Yeah, I just need somebody who knows what they're doing when it comes to brakes. I need to get the booster in, and the master is already bench bled, just needs to be hooked back up and then the line sneed bled. So, if you're up for pumping that could work. I'll have the booster and master bolted up by the time you get there if you so choose.

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Shoot me a text later on when it's dialed in and ready to go... I'll see where I'm at with my situation.

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I hope this picture works here!!! Cause if it does... Here's your test... What's being used improperly in this picture? LOL


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pic doesnt work .

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post #29530 of Old 07-23-2013, 02:24 PM
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Helping Khris out with the picture. This is what he was trying to post.
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i sure as hell wouldnt run a brake line there.

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I see a few things I wouldn't do in that pic.

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My issue was I couldn't get the balls centered. I had to use some extra force to get everything lined up right. It didn't take me long.


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Brake line isn't it for sure!!! A simple twist of the line would fix the routing issue on it. There's one GLARING thing going on in that picture.

Let's see if this one helps... Hmmmm, what's the similar part shown below and above... Hmmmmm....







BTW, Andy, DO NOT CLICK HERE!!! DON"T DO IT!!!!! YOU'RE GONNA REGRET IT!!!!! DON'T!!!!

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I would say the first compression with the wheel fully turned to the passenger side would pinch that brake line big time. But I do love what looks like an old A-arm being welded up as an upper shock mount.

But the icing is the cake is that they did not use a fram oil filter.

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I was going to say it looked like an A arm....but i dont know much about these new fangled suspensions that involve something other than an axle, a leaf spring, 2 shackles, and a shock.

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