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Hah yeah. I would post a picture of my vehicles current states but I can't use photobucket on my phone very well. It doesn't seem to work.
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Old 10-18-2012, 12:33 PM
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I have the same problem, can't even really use FTE on my phone, so I'm out for a bit.
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Old 10-18-2012, 02:16 PM
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I do use fte, on my phone a lot. That's why my Sig is missing sometimes. But for some reason I can't copy the code for an image from photobucket. It won't allow it.
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I may have figured out a way to do it. It would take a while to get one pic though. Here is a test, it's my mustang after I gifted it to my step brother. They got into a wreck when someone hit them head on.
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Old 10-18-2012, 04:25 PM
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I have no problem usin fte on my phone.. its takes a little more time tho..
I plugged my rear brakes from the master cylinder and welded an elbow to the exhaust so it dumps right next the passengers door before rear wheel...
Y pipe needs to be weld em too
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Do you have any pictures of the rod that's too short? you can bend them lol. I bent mine so it's shorter.
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noo look at mine lol
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Why are the rear brakes plugged? And do you only have 1 side exit now or is it dual?
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I'm not gonna play with brake lines.
Side exit...
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Old 10-18-2012, 07:41 PM
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Is it the bleeding part that you don't want to do or just the whole thing? Also i ment do you have dual side exit or is it piped into 1 side exit?
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1 side.. I gotta weld the rest of it up and put a hanger..
The whole thing.. most likely gotta replace shoes and drums..
The front only needs a rotor..
Stops realy good just with front
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Oh ok i see. Yeah i could see all that work being tedious and not something you would want to do... Even rotors alone are troublesome but if it makes it safer then thats a good thing.
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Rotors are easier.. pull the hub off and 2 lock nuts
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Old 10-18-2012, 08:32 PM
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Yeah i know, i did both of mine. It was still kind of a PITA to do. Then again if you actually know what your doing it makes things easier.

As for TGM, today i made a plan. Tomorrow, investigate why my motor is running badly. Maybe put some gas in it as well.
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I got the hydraulic clutch master cylinder mocked into place on the firewall and the pedal assembly modified and welded together.
The plunger for the master will be mounted on the 1/2" grade 8 bolt.
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I thinks i did both of mine. Then again if you actually know what your doing it makes things easier.

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I know how to do it.. i just dont want to spend the extra money if my front brakes work
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