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Ill agree, much better than before. However you are leaving a lot on the table with those wheels.
it was getting really loud today so I looked at it and could see some wear marks on the cable, so I just kinda bent it out a little and...
it was the ebrake line rubbing on the inside of the wheel. :oops:
Yeah stupid drum brakes. Just need to swap to sn95 and be done with it.
Well something to note. When test driving the car and the first week the car didnt make any noises. Then once I pulled off rear wheels to adjust...
Thanks and I know exactly what you mean. Ive only had the car a short while but im already learning its nuances.
I drove around a little bit...
is this going to cause a catastrophic failure if I continue to drive on it for a little while?
Not gonna be a ton of miles but I drive it to and...
haha, oh its getting aligned
Took out the little shift lever and put my longer one in as well as the white knob. Much better
well I got the toe set pretty damn good for eyeballing. Doesnt pull at all.
Figured If I get this 5 lug swap I might as well wait until its all...
Funny you say that, there is a local who has a complete sn95 5 lug swap that I am picking up in a few days. He has the entire rear and everything...
And amazingly the lights were almost perfectly adjusted without doing anything.
Turning left increases the severity of the noise.
I had the drums off yesterday and the car has new drums and shoes. No ridges of any sort.
Oh and did this which is more important than anything :D
Not a snob at all man. I have come to realize that if you are willing to just save up a little more and spend more on a nice car youll save a lot...
Got it swapped out. Alignment is off a tad so need to do that on monday.
However there is still a loud clicking/knocking coming from the rear...
You're awesome. Going to napa now.
nvmd found the tool kit
Here the culprit. Seems like there is excessive wear causing that play
And no worries...
haha I should check that first eh