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Old 04-17-2013, 02:59 PM   #324681
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I have a candel for you to blow out.

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Old 04-17-2013, 03:09 PM   #324683
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Fine, all I was asking was a final confirmation on what parts I'd need since I can now do the clutch replacement

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I am infinitely glad none of my family out there lives in Boston (surrounding area's) but it is still a tragic event.
I was in NYC for 9/11 and IN the WTC 9/10 and most days the months beforehand (commuting to Manhattan from hoboken NJ via PATH) and for some reason this one is making me even more angry (though still enraged when think of WTC).

With 9/11 there was a message (as indefensible as it was) = US economic machine, we hate you and can affect you - along with Bin Laden = I am someone to reckon with.

With marathon message = live in fear, none are safe or to be spared.

Need to ensure proper investigation/attribution, but if there is ANY source who can be blamed (even if only for lack of previous intervention), I'm in support of blunt force as motivator.
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I was in NYC for 9/11 and IN the WTC 9/10 and most days the months beforehand (commuting to Manhattan from hoboken NJ via PATH) and for some reason this one is making me even more angry (though still enraged when think of WTC).

With 9/11 there was a message (as indefensible as it was) = US economic machine, we hate you and can affect you - along with Bin Laden = I am someone to reckon with.

With marathon message = live in fear, none are safe or to be spared.

Need to ensure proper investigation/attribution, but if there is ANY source who can be blamed (even if only for lack of previous intervention), I'm in support of blunt force as motivator.


Blunt force is definitely something I would love to do. The really terrible thing about these bombs were that they weren't designed to blow up buildings, they were entirely designed to brutally maim people.

Another aspect I am going to hate (and I've already seen this) is people using this event to further their own stupid political ideals/beliefs when they need to focus on the heroes and all of the good people involved in their helping.
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Hmm, Matt and I could have a street race like that, being that neither of our cars run.
Name your bet and it's on.

I'm saying now that even with 15 added years of mileage I have you easy.

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OP has 911 at home, less impossible than most, just saying...
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i just bought an OEM ZHP lip spoiler. It doesn't have the adhesive tape on it anymore. What kind woudl you recommend to make it stick to my car?

Had better luck with one strip of wide 3m double sided vs two of thin fwiw.

Could barely remove frm trunk...

Me still wantz massive Kognition wing FS on CL.. first must get car to run.
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Matt, you never posted pics of that rear ashtray compartment
i know this feelz, also console, sorry will do asap, or you should come over and rummage, lots of parts, will sell cheap to aspiring superstar DJ types in exchange for future VIP access...
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Fine, all I was asking was a final confirmation on what parts I'd need since I can now do the clutch replacement

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Clutch kit-1 (Contains) (Qty.) (1)Disc, (1)Pressure Plate, (1)Release Bearing, (1) Clutch Alignment Tool.
Flywheel Bolts-(8)
Crankshaft Seal Kit-(1)
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Pivot Pin-Clutch Fork Level-(1)

Shifter Bushings
Shift Lever Bushing
Shift Rod Circlips
Shift Rod Coupler
Front and Rear Shift Rod Bushings
Shift Bushing Clip
Shift Rod Spacers
Also get:
-4 exhaust nuts (rear section to manifold)

I guess the fork isn't part of that kit, which is ok. It doesn't wear too much. The important parts are the pivot pin and spring, which I do see on that list.

Things we can get to while we're in there (and how much work it is to get to later vs. while we're in there [Scale: trivial, easy, moderate, hard, el mas dificil del mundo]):
-transmission mounts (easy/trivial)
-output shaft seal (moderate/easy)
-giubo (moderate/easy)
-S54 swap (el mas dificil del mundo/trivial )
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