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    I have a set of the same d slots. Yours should bolt on backward to. Then the have a good offset a polish the dish and you are good to go.
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    really warren... thats kinda sweet. ive heard that these old style universal bolt patterns are scary and dont stay torqued well, so i may clean em up and part em out
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    got more work done to my wagon today.

    Removed the mouldings, Put a newer cd deck into it.

    Got one of the D Slots cleaned up after much tedious work..

    Gotta make a parts run now more to follow tommorow. Damn i love days off


    camera died before i completely completed it. but it came out well

    All the mouldings came off very well, except the drivers door. it pulled the paint in some areas on the door. Damn i was holding i wouldnt need to do any paint really.


    without mouldings





    Oh and i found the sticker ive been looking for for a long time.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldskoolcool View Post
    the filter wouldnt allow it to run for abit then stop would it? like its only if its cold it will idle, once the temp gauge moves it starts to sputter then dies, i was thinking maybe timing, or more carb issues
    have you checked to see if the choke is even working?

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    it runs fine cold, that would indicate the chokes working would it not, its once its semi warmed up it dies
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    no, that would only indicate that the choke is closed.

    it can stay closed.

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    Oh man those d slots are ghetto redrilled, my friend has a set they use special lugnuts. +1 to what jeff said

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    ^^ many were made that way for years.
    american racing started making them, then they became so popular that other companies knocked them off,altering them enough to re-sell by making them a multi bolt pattern(4x114 and 4x110,i think) then came with the proper oval washer with round hole to suit the pattern.
    they we're sketchy then and are now.
    ...unless my i phone screen is too small to see the crappy re-drill job.
    i wouldnt run them, but they'd look cool mounted on a wall somewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primo_Toy View Post
    No problem. I forgot to say don't breathe the fumes. Just stay up-wind from your wheels. Use an old potato brush to help the acid along.

    100% acid = 3-4 min a rim at a time

    50% acid/ 50% water = 5-10 min a rim at a time.

    (times are aproximate. Like I said just keep an eye on it, and you can always do another application. Mixing with water is better, it cuts down on the risk of having it work too fast, and makes the acid more manageable.


    If its the stuff i'm thinking of water temperature make a huge difference!

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    they arent redrilled, there old school multibolt pattern, use the special lugs like matt t was talking about

    Got some stupid **** done today, But wow a set of supras, make it look alot nicer then the stock wagon rims.
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    Made an appointment for the windshield to get repaired this thursday. Last thing to do is get the insurance papers and transfer it into my name....

    Hopefully next week it will be driving and lower
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    :P My wagon is lower.
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    doesnt count until i see pics
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    Do you know if they can get seals for the rear window or the rear side windows?
    Quote Originally Posted by oldskoolcool View Post
    Made an appointment for the windshield to get repaired this thursday. Last thing to do is get the insurance papers and transfer it into my name....

    Hopefully next week it will be driving and lower
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    No clue. I just needed my windshield fixed because it was leaking all down the inner firewall. And its just urethane for the front

    Quote Originally Posted by woodenturn View Post
    Do you know if they can get seals for the rear window or the rear side windows?
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    i was leaning toward roofracks and a vintage schwinn

    something like this

    with the matching suit to drift in haha. im kidding

    or this
    Not so much Retro. just my old whip

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    well the window guy came today and told me its not leaking. the infamous Gpenny and I spent some time dealing with it, found a small hole in the dash/firewall area.

    Quick trip to lordco and i got the stuff to stop the problem for a few years at least.
    Rust killer, Seam sealer, and some spray foam for good measure.
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    Better a little rust hole than needing a new windshield. I think there's a few other BMXicans on here as well, I've got a 1664, ...but I've been fat and lazy recently and it's gathering dusts. Can't wait for summer.

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    Mini update:

    Rust hole in cowl fixed... check
    ran under its own power... check.
    All electrical rewired/working... check..
    Supras fitted.... check
    Trim Removed... check
    New deck installed... check
    Gas in tank... Check
    Coilovers on there way.. check

    Registration papers.... Chhh oh wait a minute. 6 weeks and still no papers... apparently its too much to ask for someone to take 20 minutes out of there life to do something they said they would do.

    More plans for the wagon but ive stopped bothering until the registration papers are given to me. But as it sits its driveable

    Remove bumpers, lower front end via weld on coils, lower rear via blocks, Full stereo, Leaning towards a set of painted supras for now, Eventually pull this motor and replace with my high compression 3tc/header/msd, possibly tossing a spool into the rear, Lip/wing, paint, and eventually a 4age swap.
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