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I thought about putting something like that on the rears, and putting the 5mm's that I have back there up front. Do you have lug bolts too, Matt?

Yes, but those Id have to sell. They cost me an arm and a leg. <_<

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QUOTE (matt b @ Apr 10 2009, 03:08 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Yes, but those Id have to sell. They cost me an arm and a leg. <_<

Cool. PM me some details.

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Dad and I put one of our T-5R ECUs in my wagon for shts and giggles.

Yes, we noticed a difference.

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Finally put in the GB IPD HD-TCV, sprk plugs, plug wires, cap and rotor. Not sure if it runs better, or different. Will have to wait till tomorrow.

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pulled the seats out

washed the carpet

put the seats back in

washed and detials the whole car inside and out

removed a R bumper

removed a set of fogs

bought a single mass flywheel

bid on another car

finalized the deal with selling the wifes.

hopefully drop more parts off at the PC

sold a set of wheels

got some beer for some parts :lol: tastey car parts now lol

did someother stuff but I forget the rest

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Installed those Ebay shifter bushings today, the old 'bushings' fell into pieces while replacing them.

Thanks JC

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go to VEGAS.

:lol: I have seen both of yours .................... now thats gay .

green and charcoal

justin

its also cold and raining here

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why not the grease/lube that was provided?

i never use lube i always use that anti squeal stuff and it works for me. it makes the pads stick in one place so they don't move around and clank and squeal

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Miles, miles, miles on both of them.

Hauled some base boards and trim in the wagon, along with 200 lbs of ceiling tiles.

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