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ryeguy2006a

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« Reply #8280 on: September 18, 2019, 08:12:04 AM »
Monday, I pre-registered for my first Auto Cross event. Feel free to give me some advice since I won't know what I'm doing haha.  :lol:

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« Reply #8281 on: September 18, 2019, 09:29:00 AM »
Oh wow! That's awesome! I have always thought about doing that. They look fun.
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« Reply #8282 on: September 18, 2019, 03:31:50 PM »
Monday, I pre-registered for my first Auto Cross event. Feel free to give me some advice since I won't know what I'm doing haha.  :lol:

Can't give advice as I was only an amateur gravel road racer at the age of 16 and ditched my car a few times, parents weren't too happy, but that is very cool news indeed. I too have always wanted to try it
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« Reply #8283 on: September 18, 2019, 06:18:18 PM »
After a week or two of agonizing over transmission options I bought a 200-4r. It's a factory rebuild or, it has a factory rebuild sticker on the case. Bought it from a pleasant gentleman in the Worcester area and I have no reason to doubt his description of the transmission. Anyone wanna make book on whether or not it still has the proper CZF valve body? I can't wait to tear it open but gotta finish up my rear quarters first.


X3, would love to try an autocross event someday.
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« Reply #8284 on: September 19, 2019, 08:23:51 PM »
Jersey is a place you love or hate. This last week or so I’ve been trapped there. Went back for a high school reunion and help out my Dad with a flight school he has there, then had to fly to Atlanta to help out my Dad with some unexpected health issues, tomorrow I gotta fly back to New Jersey to do some work on his house and his business. Hoping to get back to Vegas by the end of next week. Can’t stay in New Jersey long or else they will start charging me taxes! :)
Who knows maybe I’ll find some TransAm stuff when I’m there!
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« Reply #8285 on: September 24, 2019, 06:45:01 AM »
Today... at about 12:30am I finished up the GMT800 brake swap on my 2000 OBS 2500 Silverado CCSB I picked up earlier this year. It is crazy how much better the brakes are in the next generation of trucks. Basically it involves swapping the entire spindle/knuckle from a 99-06 2500, ream out the ball joint pockets slightly and install on the OBS trucks.

Old brakes



New brakes. Dual piston and about twice the pad surface.



It's amazing how bad the brakes were compared to the new. It's like driving a whole new truck.

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« Reply #8286 on: September 24, 2019, 08:11:24 AM »
Looks very nice.  Did you do the rears to the 800 too? 
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« Reply #8287 on: September 25, 2019, 05:39:51 AM »
The flange bolt pattern is different, or I would have. For not I'm happy with the performance of the large drums.

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« Reply #8288 on: September 25, 2019, 08:05:40 AM »
Looks like a great upgrade. 
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« Reply #8289 on: September 25, 2019, 10:05:50 AM »
The flange bolt pattern is different, or I would have. For not I'm happy with the performance of the large drums.

That's a bummer.  Didn't realize it would be that much difference.  Our 06 Sierra Denali has discs all the way around and I upgraded to the Powerstop HD rotors and pads a couple years ago. Couldn't believe how much difference there was just with a rotor and pad upgrade. Of course I got a little crap on the Denali forum for not upgrading to the GMT-900 brakes lol.  I told them this was probably cheaper and stops just as good if not better.
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« Reply #8290 on: September 25, 2019, 11:45:54 AM »
The flange bolt pattern is different, or I would have. For not I'm happy with the performance of the large drums.

That's a bummer.  Didn't realize it would be that much difference.  Our 06 Sierra Denali has discs all the way around and I upgraded to the Powerstop HD rotors and pads a couple years ago. Couldn't believe how much difference there was just with a rotor and pad upgrade. Of course I got a little crap on the Denali forum for not upgrading to the GMT-900 brakes lol.  I told them this was probably cheaper and stops just as good if not better.

Yes, I was very impressed with the Powerstop parts. I used their parts for calipers, rotors and pads. I went with the standard, but still great quality. Also, super strange that people were rude to you on the internet? hahaha

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« Reply #8291 on: September 25, 2019, 01:04:34 PM »
Them big keyboards....
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« Reply #8292 on: September 25, 2019, 02:32:04 PM »
Spent all day and night on Saturday and Sunday cleaning my garage from top to bottom. Vacuumed up about 20 pounds of dust and metal filings. On Monday night I installed my new detent roller pins in my hinges and snapped my Hazard Fraught vice. I'm going to try to weld it back together just for poops and giggles. It'll improve quality a little bit with some JB Weld, LOL








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« Reply #8293 on: September 25, 2019, 02:55:45 PM »
I have a "Yost" brand vise that I picked up off Amazon. It is supposedly the same one that I bought a few years ago. However the quality went way down on them from when I first bought one. I left the old one bolted to the workbench I left behind when I moved from Houston. Probably a huge mistake in hindsight... In my first use of the new one I have somehow managed to bend one side of the jaws. So my bench vise is now "slack-jawed". haha
My plan from here is to watch the local craigslist / facebook marketplace and try to pick up one thats 10+ years old. I suspect the quality will be much much better. Good to know that HF vises are also of questionable quality.


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« Reply #8294 on: September 25, 2019, 04:37:24 PM »
I watched a YouTube video last night were a guy took 10 vises to the point of failure. I'm pretty sure the Yost was one of the worst. A different model HF vise than I have finished in the middle. I poop on HF and they usually deserve it but I do gotta give this vise it's due. Its maybe 4 years old and I've used it as an anvil and a pipe bender many times. Also, this vise swivels on 2 axises, axie? So I think that makes it weaker than a single swivel or non swivel. I feel ok recommending this vice at $50. If I had pro shop I'd buy a much better one but this one does very well for holding materials while I beat it with a hammer or while welding.

I'm actually taking a break from welding the vise jaw back into place. It's taking quite a while for it to cool. My thinking is I can't possibly make it any worse than HF did to begin with. Lol!

Correction, Yost was one of the best vices in the video.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcbTopj5u7A
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« Reply #8295 on: September 25, 2019, 08:42:15 PM »
Just finished up fixing my vise and putting together my newly rebuilt hinges. Springs aren't on yet because I need to wait for the touch ups to dry. All 4 work smooth with zero wobble. Let's see how long they last!

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« Reply #8296 on: September 26, 2019, 04:43:40 AM »
At least they look great! If they fail, they will fail in style! Once job man.
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« Reply #8297 on: September 26, 2019, 05:29:01 AM »
I watched a YouTube video last night were a guy took 10 vises to the point of failure. I'm pretty sure the Yost was one of the worst. A different model HF vise than I have finished in the middle. I poop on HF and they usually deserve it but I do gotta give this vise it's due. Its maybe 4 years old and I've used it as an anvil and a pipe bender many times. Also, this vise swivels on 2 axises, axie? So I think that makes it weaker than a single swivel or non swivel. I feel ok recommending this vice at $50. If I had pro shop I'd buy a much better one but this one does very well for holding materials while I beat it with a hammer or while welding.

I'm actually taking a break from welding the vise jaw back into place. It's taking quite a while for it to cool. My thinking is I can't possibly make it any worse than HF did to begin with. Lol!

Correction, Yost was one of the best vices in the video.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcbTopj5u7A

It's neither one.  Good try, though.

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« Reply #8298 on: September 26, 2019, 06:29:31 AM »
Hinges look nice. For $50, im not sure I would try to weld a vice.
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« Reply #8299 on: September 26, 2019, 08:13:08 AM »
The flange bolt pattern is different, or I would have. For not I'm happy with the performance of the large drums.

That's a bummer.  Didn't realize it would be that much difference.  Our 06 Sierra Denali has discs all the way around and I upgraded to the Powerstop HD rotors and pads a couple years ago. Couldn't believe how much difference there was just with a rotor and pad upgrade. Of course I got a little crap on the Denali forum for not upgrading to the GMT-900 brakes lol.  I told them this was probably cheaper and stops just as good if not better.

Yes, I was very impressed with the Powerstop parts. I used their parts for calipers, rotors and pads. I went with the standard, but still great quality. Also, super strange that people were rude to you on the internet? hahaha

Yea well, we're on the lower end of the income scale when it comes to Denali ownership lol.  Everything fell into place and were very fortunate to buy ours brand new back in 06.  A majority of that group have and do modifications just because they have the extra cash where as my modifications are being used and put to the test........upgraded brakes, larger tranny cooler, CAI, etc.  They are a very knowledgeable group and good folk.................sometimes they have to be reminded that some of us don't have the access to funds that's others may lol.

Besides, I need to keep any extra money for the GTA.  After all, it is a third gen lol.
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« Reply #8300 on: September 26, 2019, 10:19:12 AM »
I got the vise welded, ground and painted. I was thinking about trying to exchange it at the local HF store.:lol: We're gonna upgrade the suspension in my brothers '51 Ford soon and I was hoping to have one of these moments when he goes to use the vise. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtK0KMH-8xs

If the pro's don't like the idea of welding good cast iron with the right equipment I don't think my 250lb shadetree-gorilla repair with MIG to Chinesium is gonna work out all that well but it should work out as material holder. I read that other people had issues installing the detent pins with their vise but I tried it anyway. A proper press would be best. I went the 24 oz hammer and wood direction and it worked well.

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« Reply #8301 on: September 26, 2019, 12:04:43 PM »
Chinesium?I like it!

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« Reply #8302 on: September 26, 2019, 06:52:32 PM »
Today I got out of hospital, had to have medics scoop me off floor at home late Sun night and gurney me into an ambulance. Heart rate of 35 and temp of 95 F when they dumped me at the ER. I was in rough shape and after barrages of tests no conclusion as to why.
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« Reply #8303 on: September 26, 2019, 07:21:30 PM »
Ya, but is the number 14 car ok?

 :shock: :lol: Just trying to make you smile!

I know how scary it is to be in the hospital and the docs have no clue as to whats wrong with you. I spent a month in the hospital with pneumonia caused by an antibiotic resistant strain of streptococcus. Took over a week to find an antibiotic that worked and the whole time being told it can't be pneumonia because I'm too young and too old to be susceptible to it. I have only a little bit of faith in medical science.

I hope you're feeling better!

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« Reply #8304 on: September 26, 2019, 07:21:37 PM »
Wow, glad you are ok. That sounds like it could have easily had a different outcome. 
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« Reply #8305 on: September 26, 2019, 08:59:15 PM »
Also glad you're ok
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« Reply #8306 on: September 27, 2019, 12:32:09 AM »
From a heath perspective, getting old sucks, lots of unexplainable issues show up. Glad you're OK, hope it gets figured out or never comes back.
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« Reply #8307 on: September 28, 2019, 04:27:15 AM »
I should check out the thread more often...
John and Mr. Ford, I'm glad both of you are okay. Getting old sucks, I still think I'm in my 30s until my body reminds me.
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« Reply #8308 on: September 28, 2019, 02:19:14 PM »
While working on the current 81, another surfaced and followed me home.

It's a one owner, 46k mile car. Been off the road since 1998. I went out to Mount Vision NY to grab it. About 600 miles round trip.

It's really nice. Has the original radio, speakers, jack, and even has a mint build sheet. I have the title from the original owner, all the dealership paperwork when bought new. It's really nice. It did come with the original wheels, which I am currently refinishing.

I don't know exactly what I'll do with it yet. It runs like new, which is  really nice.













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« Reply #8309 on: September 28, 2019, 03:17:38 PM »
Nice find!
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« Reply #8310 on: September 28, 2019, 03:55:24 PM »
Oh wow, that is a beautiful car! I'd love to have that. Too bad my project list and cars space is all buy full... :?
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« Reply #8311 on: September 28, 2019, 04:34:51 PM »
Congrats, recaro seats to boot.




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« Reply #8312 on: September 28, 2019, 05:07:00 PM »
Wife and I went car shopping for her - looking at a new 3 in the showroom and she finds a pair of underwear in the glove box   :lol:   

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« Reply #8313 on: September 28, 2019, 07:34:23 PM »
What??? New car, with underwear in the glovebox?? Someone is having more fun than I...
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« Reply #8314 on: September 28, 2019, 08:21:50 PM »
Wife and I went car shopping for her - looking at a new 3 in the showroom and she finds a pair of underwear in the glove box   :lol:   

Best check the headliner for toenail scratches!
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« Reply #8315 on: September 28, 2019, 08:28:25 PM »
Ya, but is the number 14 car ok?

 :shock: :lol: Just trying to make you smile!

I know how scary it is to be in the hospital and the docs have no clue as to whats wrong with you. I spent a month in the hospital with pneumonia caused by an antibiotic resistant strain of streptococcus. Took over a week to find an antibiotic that worked and the whole time being told it can't be pneumonia because I'm too young and too old to be susceptible to it. I have only a little bit of faith in medical science.

I hope you're feeling better!

Feeling better so far....... May have poisoned myself cleaning palm seed, may have been a Lyme disease relapse, who knows? Dr's had no positive answer.

Pneumonia would be very very bad for me as I have no spleen. Busted it really bad when I was a BMXer pretending I was some kinda X-games superstar.
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« Reply #8316 on: September 28, 2019, 09:24:22 PM »
A few weeks back we had a new cat show up on the back door. After some shots and acclimation to the house he now has indoor privileges. Turns out he is a big fan of TAC! He is very impressed with RoadKing's 79 TATA project!
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« Reply #8317 on: September 29, 2019, 04:58:41 AM »
A few weeks back we had a new cat show up on the back door. After some shots and acclimation to the house he now has indoor privileges. Turns out he is a big fan of TAC! He is very impressed with RoadKing's 79 TATA project!
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« Reply #8318 on: September 29, 2019, 10:22:53 AM »
Too funny, that is one wise cat!! LOL. Did you name him 'Roady'?
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« Reply #8319 on: September 29, 2019, 10:24:50 AM »
Alternator went kaput in my 77. Searched online and my local napa showed about half a dozen different ones that said they would work in stock. Went there and they had ONE in the store. Turned out to be the one I needed. Took about 10 minutes to swap it out and now im back on the road.
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77 T/A - I will Call this one DONE!
79 TATA 4sp-Next Project?
79 TATA - Lost to Fire!
86 Grand Prix - Sold
85 T/A - Sold
85 Fiero - Sold
82 Firebird - Sold
'38-CZ 250
'39-BSA Gold Star
'49-Triumph 350
'52-Ariel Red Hunter
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« Reply #8319 on: September 29, 2019, 10:24:50 AM »
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