looks clean. I used JB jon bond synthetic and didn't have issue with filling through the plug.
I read that overfilling is dangerous- maybe it starts to aerate the oil, so make sure you keep it at 4oz or a bit less.
This sounds typical but I wish there was more headroom. Similar happened to me over the grapevine in gridlock at similar temps.
neutral revving does nothing. probably creates more heat
aux fan would probably not do much but i'm going to try setting one up that isn't janky, for low speed a/c
It's not because it's only 94.
It's in effect for the week going into triple digit temps, as high fire danger and elderly/people without a/c need to adequately prepare for the week(s) ahead. Suddenly going from 70 to 105 in a few days, it can have serious effects for some people.
I ordered directly from them
Active Off-Road Bump Stops SKU# ABSTORLC1 - Rear Kit (ABSTORLC1)
There is a steel bracket that the rubber bolts to. It is a flat, round plate. I had to cut the sides of the circle off to clear the coilsprings.
It will make...
Relatively inexpensive upgrade that made a big difference for me was adding timbren rear bumpstops.
(offroad bumps are taller than the regular ones - there are two versions for the 80)
They make the suspension feel smooth, instead of smacking the bumpstops.
On the whoop-dees where you...
how dafuq do you have that link handy?
Glad the 80 was recovered devo.
sorry about the hand, glad you have good friends like ajax1 there to help kick you in the nuts while sopping up blood. :p:beer:
I guess we all should think about kill switches... but that ironclad...
my understanding is that moly is sticky, and won't be as runny to leak out of the birf seals.
regular lithium probably works its way into the needle bearings better in everything else.
actually greasing is more important than what type of grease.
I have a OEM panhard with weld in adjuster from Slee
This helped to fine tune so I don't get rubbing.
With the delta bracket, stock panhard is close to centering the rear axle.
*the delta bracket i have is the 3"