That came out looking great. Seriously.
Are they the same exact size as the fronts? Otherwise, with AWD, you can do some damage...scorean said:Ran out at lunch to get the rears mounted. Look good - plenty of clearance. The cutting I did before was more than enough (looks a little rough but I'll come back and clean it up)
That's why the lowest setting says "soap" :lol:scorean said:I think a pressure washer would blow most of the "wood" away.. lol. It's rough.
My '02 and '05 do have drain plugs, but the '99 did not.scorean said:The rear differential went as expected but I was pleasantly surprised to find the front differential didn't have a drain plug. I'm assuming that's because GM hates their customers.
I've never looked at them - are they innies or outies? If outies, you need the E____ torx, which is External Torx. I know Pep Boys sells sets because I got one there, mostly for the headlight adjusters and the ignition switch. Came in handy for the wheel bearing/hub assembly on my Jeep Liberty, too.scorean said:Trying to do this front seal for the transfer case and it's turning into it's own new nightmare.. lol. I can't be the only one swearing at these torx looking bolts?
Pic?scorean said:While I've got you guys here.. do I even have to remove these things or will the yoke pop out? I can't tell if it's got a nut behind the u-joint. It looks like it might though.
Same here. I thought you weren't allowed to put pressure-treated wood inside because of outgassing?Rockridge said:enjoying watching your progress on the van and house. Just was wondering why pressure treated inside?
That's just a waste. Or a crime. Or both.whtnrdy said:My buddy bought a house with a monster garage and decked it out with all the professional tools he could afford at the Time so he could build a kit car. He had no previous automotive experience. It has been over 10 years and he never got further than bolting front suspension to frame.