BudW's Recent Activity

  1. BudW replied to the thread 79 Diplomat.

    A nice looking car! It is an M-body, but there are tons of parts that interchange with the F-body (except for some exterior sheet...

    Dec 8, 2018 at 2:05 PM
  2. BudW liked Dr Lebaron's post in the thread Dec 7th.

    Here's a big reason things are forgotten. [ATTACH]

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  3. BudW replied to the thread FOR SALE 1980 Aspen R/T parts car or part out.

    G&K Automotive Fab: forum rules - need to have a price attached to the ad. If car was 1400 miles closer (and priced right) I might take...

    Dec 8, 2018 at 8:34 AM
  4. BudW replied to the thread FOR SALE 1980 Aspen R/T parts car or part out.

    All FMJ differentials interchange – except for the early 7¼” – which had a 2½” tube diameter. The late ‘70’s 7¼” (until '89) have a 3”...

    Dec 7, 2018 at 7:48 PM
  5. BudW liked ttocs15's post in the thread WANTED Turn signal handle for 1980 Volare.

    Seems like these plastic ones are super fragile. I am thinking of just making a custom metal one. I just talked to a machinist buddy who...

    Dec 7, 2018 at 7:37 PM
  6. BudW replied to the thread WANTED kickdown linkage.

    To the original poster, are you looking for a 2-bbl or 4-bbl setup – for I didn’t seen that mentioned anywhere. The picture above is a...

    Dec 7, 2018 at 7:35 PM
  7. BudW replied to the thread Super Coupe Restomod Project.

    I’m not excited about taking my car apart – but the (no A/C) dash pad and (4-door) A-pillar trim are in wonderful shape on my wagon and...

    Dec 7, 2018 at 7:28 PM
  8. BudW replied to the thread Super Coupe Restomod Project.

    I like the work they performed. The problem we have is the console lids haven’t been available for decades – nor are they being...

    Dec 7, 2018 at 6:45 PM
  9. BudW replied to the thread CARB CABLE LENGTH.

    I have not owned a /6 before (worked on plenty, though) – nor have I personally measured any throttle cables for length. All I did was...

    Dec 7, 2018 at 6:16 PM
  10. BudW attached a file to the thread FI is long gone and dash don't work.

    The story on post # 22 explains a lot. Good news is it is fixable and is most likely caused by the (lack of better term) butchered...

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  11. BudW attached a file to the thread "heater blower not working"....

    When someone mentions “blower” – it generally refers to air flow, aka the blower motor circuit. My question is the car mentioned a...

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  12. BudW replied to the thread How to fix loose steering?.

    The steering gears on our cars is a known problem area. Basically, it was designed in the early 1960’s (or before?) and was decent in...

    Dec 6, 2018
  13. BudW attached a file to the thread How to fix loose steering?.

    Parts that can cause “play” in steering (in no particular order): - Loose or failed wheel bearings - Loose lug nuts or wheels with...

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  14. BudW attached a file to the thread CARB CABLE LENGTH.

    I had compiled this list (top part) from a Pioneer (brand name) catalog and lower part from internet sources. I’ve not made any...

    Pioneer Throttle Cables.PNG Dec 6, 2018
  15. BudW attached a file to the thread FI is long gone and dash don't work.

    I can see this going a couple of different ways: One is a defective cluster (or wiring). The other would be powertrain electronics...

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