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Re: Today I...
« Reply #800 on: December 08, 2015, 10:50:14 PM »
Test fitted AC box and routed hoses, trimmed for crimping.  Installed pass thu for hoses, worked on ductwork.

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Re: Today I...
« Reply #801 on: December 09, 2015, 08:56:35 AM »
Today I... should have my new exhaust manifold  :grin:

Then Thursday night into Friday will involve tearing into it for a 3rd time  :sad:

It's my own fault for doing a destructive removal in the first place.
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Re: Today I...
« Reply #802 on: December 09, 2015, 09:32:38 AM »
Today I refreshed my listing with new pictures, but I doubt it'll do any good.

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« Reply #803 on: December 10, 2015, 05:12:18 PM »
 Spray primered the doors hood and fenders to go on the car shell I painted this summer.    Got to love 68 degree weather in Dec  for an unheated garage.  plan to Paint it Sat.

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Re: Today I...
« Reply #804 on: December 10, 2015, 05:22:14 PM »
Found a car I really want but it would have to be 750 miles away in one direction. :x

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« Reply #805 on: December 10, 2015, 08:56:58 PM »
Today I...  just now, actually, helped my father find an oil leak and an exhaust leak on his DD.  Wow, Chevy really dropped the ball engineering the HHR.  The exhaust pipe is RIGHT where the flex pipe meets the manifold, but it's a proprietary flex pipe  :sad:  It also connects directly to the catalytic converter.  $250 from Rock Auto.  This is not good......

As for the oil leak.  It was a simple O-ring that went bad.  Easy to access and replace.  About time I got an easy fix.
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« Reply #806 on: December 10, 2015, 09:22:12 PM »
Since my rebuild back in 2009 my motor has run a bit hot. Couple weeks ago it overheated. So, I decided to get to the bottom of it and pulled the front of the motor off to check the pump and the inserts in the timing cover. Found out the inserts were a mess and weren't sealing at all. On top of that, the one insert wouldn't come out so I had to buy a new timing cover. Got everything installed and so far, the temp seems to be staying solid at 160. No leaks either (whew!) I'll run a good test tomorrow and see how it does.  Some pics...






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« Reply #807 on: December 11, 2015, 09:04:02 PM »
Some time ago, I sold off much of the left-over parts from my 77 restoration to another member here on TAC, including parts I did not need (or so I thought) from the 81 donor car.  One item was the 81 steering wheel.  Then I discovered that I was missing the keys to the 81 glove box lock that I had kept, so I contacted the parts buyer.  Fortunately, he still had the 81 steering column with the keys still in the ignition.  He mailed to me the 81 glove box key so I can pull the cylinder from the 77 door and swap it with the better 81 door.  Today the key arrived :smile::  Now I can remove the cylinder from the 81 glove box door and put in the 77 lock. Now all the locks on the final restoration should be from the original 77.  Well, assuming I find the original door and trunk lock in all the mess.  Anyway, for his trouble, I'll return the 81 key and a free, 1977 glove box door with the 81 lock already installed.  Sounds more complicated than it is, right?   

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« Reply #808 on: December 14, 2015, 08:46:28 PM »
Today I...  helped my father get some good discounts on much needed parts for his 09 HHR.  Said vehicle is known for bad wheel bearings and a leaking exhaust flex pipe.

Wheel bearings aren't such a bear to do.  Actually, had to remove the entire steering knuckle to get the passenger side replaced.  Driver side will get done Thursday or Friday.

Flex pipe, LOL is one whole assembly down past the catalytic converter flange.  $250 for a simple cracked flex pipe.... I DON'T THINK SO!  I checked Amazon and the flex pipe is sold aftermarket for $48 shipped.   :grin:

Looks like Xmas will come a little early for dear old Dad.

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« Reply #809 on: December 14, 2015, 09:58:28 PM »
Have someone wanting to trade a '73 VW  Beetle, outside of the Accord I never heard back from it's the only other vehicle I've been interested in.  It's a 4-speed and RWD, what more could you want right? :P  Which I've always thought they looked cool, just the whole issue of being as slow as sin that concerns me.  Then again I drive like an old man anyway, but I like having the ability to get up and go if needed.

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« Reply #810 on: December 15, 2015, 09:44:19 AM »
Ordered cam/lift/timing chain for the ride today.

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« Reply #811 on: December 15, 2015, 10:01:12 AM »
Today I... received my restored console from Just Dashes ( :cool: ), pondered whether or not my fuel pump is correct, checked out the detail on the "Genuine GM Parts" decal on a radiator overflow bottle, and checked to see if my lug nuts were "correct enough" that I won't get beat up at the Nationals next year.
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« Reply #812 on: December 15, 2015, 11:20:09 AM »
I picked up some GTA lace wheels. They're being used as rollers on my Dads Camaro right now, but they'll be restored and put on the 81 T/A after.

I took a pic of them on my 71, but Photobucket doesn't want to cooperate right now.
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« Reply #813 on: December 15, 2015, 05:22:07 PM »
Today I broke into the triple digits for the 1st time @101 this morning. I also checked the gear drive and its installed correctly, I'm going to break down and take the 400 to a friend who runs an engine machine shop and see if I can have him put it on an engine run stand.
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1986 T-Top T/A:
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Re: Today I...
« Reply #814 on: December 15, 2015, 08:44:53 PM »
Today I found out all my work was for naught. Car is still getting hot, ugh.

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« Reply #815 on: December 16, 2015, 12:44:34 AM »
Not to sound pedantic, but how hot is hot?  I saw earlier you mentioned staying at 160º but 190-200º is usually the ideal operating temperature for any car made since the late 60's once they went up to 12-16 psi cooling systems.

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« Reply #816 on: December 16, 2015, 06:08:30 AM »
Over 200 Box.

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« Reply #817 on: December 16, 2015, 01:26:15 PM »
I picked up some GTA lace wheels. They're being used as rollers on my Dads Camaro right now, but they'll be restored and put on the 81 T/A after.

I took a pic of them on my 71, but Photobucket doesn't want to cooperate right now.

Photobucket works now.

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« Reply #818 on: December 16, 2015, 05:29:05 PM »
Outside of the cooling system stuff which I'm sure you've run through everything the only other thing off the top of my head that could cause it would be detonation and/or over advanced ignition, or being an automatic the transmission fluid running through the radiator can cause it run hot which putting in a cooler in parallel or if in a warm enough climate just the cooler, can help as well.  Strange it happened after the rebuild, I would say perhaps too much mechanical friction from tolerances being off but I'd imagine that'd have shown signs elsewhere by now.

I thought GTA mesh rims look nifty, now they have 17 reproductions. :cool:

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« Reply #819 on: December 16, 2015, 09:09:00 PM »

OK guys, sit down for this one, I made a major accomplishment. I put black tape insert into one (not two) of my door handles. I ordered these and they came in for the short handles, of course my car has the long handles. I don't know why they don't sell these for the long and then they can be cut if you have short handles. Anyway, I got some black decal from a sign shop and cut it to fit. I haven't had time to turn around lately, and had this stuff sitting for some time, finally had a minute and decided to do one and see how it looked. At this rate I may have the car done about the third week of NEVER!!!
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« Reply #820 on: December 16, 2015, 09:32:24 PM »
Normally, I have to get up for work at 5 am.  Today I... had to BE at work for 5 am  :shock:  Then I worked until 4:30 and went to job #2 for 6 pm.   LoL thought I was only supposed to be there until 9 pm but it was actually 10pm!!!  Needless to say I'm overtired. 

The good news is that those 2 hours of over time this morning were voluntary.  I just wanted to see if I could actually still do it. 

I'm NEVER doing this again.
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« Reply #821 on: December 16, 2015, 09:49:55 PM »
Trans Am wise I started sanding on the driver side 1/4 panel and the center spoiler section.

Non Trans Am related: its the middle of exam week and exam reviews and eagle scout paperwork is piling up. Its going to be a long night.
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« Reply #822 on: December 16, 2015, 11:49:09 PM »
And just finished with all the night's paper work, May 17th cant come fast enough IMO.
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« Reply #823 on: December 20, 2015, 06:18:18 PM »
Today I... finally fixed the exhaust leak in the flex pipe on my fathers HHR.  Man those things are junk.  Whole job took about 4 1/2 hours.  That's from the pulling in the garage, a parts run, welding/grinding, and exiting the garage.  The hardest part was indexing the new flex pipe with the existing exhaust.  I even took the time to grind down my welds this time.  I wanted it to look half decent (where normally I don't care how exhaust looks, as long as it seals)

Only thing that kind of ticked me off is that my father didn't show up until after 12 pm.  I would have liked to have started that job @ 9 am sharp.

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« Reply #824 on: December 20, 2015, 06:36:00 PM »
Today I did some big time sand blasting. I bought a hanging tent to go inside my 10x10 Canopy from Academy, and hooked my Harbor Freight blasting cabinet sandblaster to a detachable air line and a 5 gallon bucket full of 80 grit black diamond. Works wonderful on stripping the paint off of the endura. I tried 80 grit glass beads first, but that was painfully slow, so I switched to the diamond and found it works much better.





And, while I took breaks, I gawked at my Christmas present:
'73 Formula 350
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'86 Suburban C20 454/NV4500

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« Reply #825 on: December 20, 2015, 08:23:38 PM »
Today I found out that effectively anything rear of the doors and lower than the deck lid is effectively bondo, fiberglass netting, or rust and/or any combination of the three. With the things thats been done to this Trans Am you'd think it would kill somebody to fix something the right way.
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Navy Blue Paint ,Grey/Black interior,140mph speedo,overhead console, LB9/Automatic, 2.77 Posi,  WS-6 suspension, All power options, UMI Wonderbar, UMI Rear LCAs, KYB Excel-Gs, Opened Formula hood,

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« Reply #826 on: December 20, 2015, 09:09:44 PM »
Between my wife and me, we removed the tiny stones and grim from my 77 gas pedal.  Not as much fun as changing a tail light bulb, but hey, it is all time well spent. 

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« Reply #827 on: December 20, 2015, 11:18:45 PM »
At least you got your wife involved, I had to change the tail light bulb with no help or encouragement.  :sad:
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« Reply #828 on: December 21, 2015, 02:08:11 AM »
Today I found out that effectively anything rear of the doors and lower than the deck lid is effectively bondo, fiberglass netting, or rust and/or any combination of the three. With the things thats been done to this Trans Am you'd think it would kill somebody to fix something the right way.
That's because most people are scum and would rather do cheap shoddy repairs and hide things to try to sell it than be up front and honest and sell it as it is for less.

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« Reply #829 on: December 21, 2015, 04:42:16 AM »
Today I found out that effectively anything rear of the doors and lower than the deck lid is effectively bondo, fiberglass netting, or rust and/or any combination of the three. With the things thats been done to this Trans Am you'd think it would kill somebody to fix something the right way.

77 TA man - sorry to hear about the body work. Hope you can get it sorted out.

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« Reply #830 on: December 21, 2015, 07:19:44 AM »
Today I did some big time sand blasting. I bought a hanging tent to go inside my 10x10 Canopy from Academy, and hooked my Harbor Freight blasting cabinet sandblaster to a detachable air line and a 5 gallon bucket full of 80 grit black diamond. Works wonderful on stripping the paint off of the endura. I tried 80 grit glass beads first, but that was painfully slow, so I switched to the diamond and found it works much better.





And, while I took breaks, I gawked at my Christmas present:


Oh wow man.  Been there, done that.  I am permanently retired from sandblasting.
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« Reply #831 on: December 21, 2015, 07:38:47 AM »

Oh wow man.  Been there, done that.  I am permanently retired from sandblasting.

It's not too bad. I cover my entire body with a hoodie and coveralls, throw on a respirator, goggles, and earplugs, and I bought a plastic faceshield from Lowe's to go over that with a headlamp I strapped to it (makes it a lot easier to see when the shield starts dusting up).

My biggest pet peeve right now is the "super nice" 1/2" NPT PneumaticPlus air pressure regulator I bought from Amazon failed after 2 months of periodic usage. It's now leaking air like crazy. I tore it down to attempt to find the problem, but it does not appear to be reparable. It doesn't look like amazon will honor any kind of manufacturer's warranty, so I imagine its going to be tough to get that back. I ordered a new one from McMaster Carr last night, but I'll be pretty much down until I get that fixed. Guess it's back to sanding for a few days.
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« Reply #832 on: December 21, 2015, 10:33:34 AM »
Put my order into "Santa-Year One " for discounted parts
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« Reply #833 on: December 21, 2015, 10:58:42 AM »
Bondo is like an iceberg, what you can see is just the tip. This 1/4 should be saveable with a lower patch panel but both rear inner 1/4s need replaced. Somebody has gone through already and used deck screws in an effort to keep the badly rusted inner 1/4 attached to the outer skin


This one is to be expected,


There is a lot more bondo on the passenger side rocker, at least it ran/moved and has solid frame rails.
« Last Edit: December 21, 2015, 11:01:00 AM by 77 TA man »
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1986 T-Top T/A:
Navy Blue Paint ,Grey/Black interior,140mph speedo,overhead console, LB9/Automatic, 2.77 Posi,  WS-6 suspension, All power options, UMI Wonderbar, UMI Rear LCAs, KYB Excel-Gs, Opened Formula hood,

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« Reply #834 on: December 21, 2015, 11:25:46 AM »
Bondo is like an iceberg, what you can see is just the tip. This 1/4 should be saveable with a lower patch panel but both rear inner 1/4s need replaced. Somebody has gone through already and used deck screws in an effort to keep the badly rusted inner 1/4 attached to the outer skin


This one is to be expected,


There is a lot more bondo on the passenger side rocker, at least it ran/moved and has solid frame rails.

That looks incredibly similar to the repair work I found on the 78 I used to have. I was washing it one day and a 4" tall section that ran the entire length from the rear bumper to the wheel well fell out. It was pure bondo with a sheet of galvanized plate backing it up. I later found that the rear floor pan was a piece of tin roof held in by rivets and aquarium sealant.

I can thankfully say that only spot of rust in my entire car is now a quarter sized soft spot in the driver front fender. Just finished the trunk pan replacement and a-pillar/window channel repairs this week. It's so nice to see clean metal everywhere again.
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« Reply #835 on: December 21, 2015, 02:16:26 PM »
At least what little rust on mine is isolated to the pans and decklid, of course being anal I'd want to replace the entire pan versus just patching the one section.

I asked Santa for a T10, maybe there'll be one under my tree in a few days.

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« Reply #836 on: December 21, 2015, 04:24:13 PM »
There happens to be one for sale on pro-touring...
http://www.pro-touring.com/threads/118611-Borg-Warner-Super-T10


Not mine so I don't know anything about it...

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« Reply #837 on: December 21, 2015, 06:21:55 PM »
I wonder if he takes payment in the form of Trident Layers...

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« Reply #838 on: December 22, 2015, 12:46:23 PM »
I'm going to need a driverside inner 1/4 now that the bondo seal is removed


and....



100% Pure Bondo with a side of fiberglass

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« Reply #839 on: December 22, 2015, 06:46:19 PM »
Ugh...that makes me sick.  Especially on a unibody car for people to do that crap should be a crime, it compromises the safety of the vehicle...

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