Pivot pins and K frame isolators

Chassis, Suspension and wheels

  1. Camtron

    Camtron Well-Known Member

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    Weekend goals are nearly complete. Just gotta finish the passenger side.

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    volare 77 Well-Known Member

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    Good job. It is so much easier for me to take stuff apart but it takes a lot more effort and time to put it back together. My problem is when i disassemble i feel a need to restore everything I remove when it comes apart.
     
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    I wish I had the time and tools to resurface and finish things at home but, I only brought hand tools with me this weekend.
    It’s my daily so I’m just trying to get it back together for work tomorrow morning. Just knocking down rust with a wire brush and hit everything with a rust restore/preventative and call it good enough, for now anyway.
     
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    volare 77 Well-Known Member

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    As most would do but I have a illness that prevents me from doing that. LOL
     
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    I have to admit, I've got the same illness. There is no known cure.:cool:
     
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    That gets damn expensive doesn't it, when you fix everything that you put your hands on.