CoreyI don't see any cracking necessarily, there are some knicks where the shaft looks like it hit something and some scratches. But I can't say for sure if those were there or I did it when I pulled it apart.
I'll grab some pictures of it and email you them later today/tonight so you can see what I mean.
And definitely wedge a flat head in one of the four slits when you go to pull the threaded sleeve off. I tugged and pulled for like 10 minutes, then decided to try loosing it up with a screw driver a little. As soon as I did that it slid right off.
I had more trouble getting the rubber piece over the two pins :lol: That sucked... I just wedged a screw driver under it and a small allen wrench and tried to lift the hole in the rubber over the pin. Eventually I got them off enough to twist it so it wouldn't get caught again and then pulled it off.
Great updates!!! Can't wait to see the wheels done!
Thanks guys :approve:Wow Corey, you did a fantastic job on the bolts! :approve:
Keep it up dood, you're getting there!
I know what you mean about the cold! Yesterday it got up to about 60*F, but by the time I got to working on my car (7 or 8pm) it had dropped to 20*F with a wind chill of 4*F! It was stupid.Corey
send me those pics too, im still running on the og shaft for the shifter. havent changed it out yet....ill probably do it when it gets warmer outside. i turn into a little bitch once it gets cold haha.
Of course! I can't imagine even trying to remove the sway bar with that under panel in the wayHahaha...you're too funny Corey. Did you remove the under panel? It only takes a couple minutes to remove with an electric screwdriver, and doing that made the job a lot easier.
I'm working on getting the second wheel finished, and I'm gonna try a couple things on it. If it comes out better than the first one I'll go back and redo the 1st one, and then do the other two.You said my name? lol. The one you polished came out good. I would do them myself to save money or if money isn't an issue I would have them refinished. I had let them do it though cause I had enough hours into the wheels already.
Yeah I saw you're setup. I'll be looking into something similar soon. I may just get some wood and rig something up.Wow Corey, I'm glad nothing bad happened! Didn't you say something about some clunking a while back? You should get some ramps and 2x12's to load your suspension; I'm pretty sure you saw my pic.
I think I got my tires before you, so you must drive a LOT, got a lot of inner tire wear, or you drive like an a-hole :lol:
P.S. The bottom of your car must look like a box of crayons.
Nice update man, can't wait to see what colour the wheels are going to be.
I'm really happy with how the color came out Very subtle but I think it'll look great.Nice Corey, can't wait to see the wheels all done!