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Re: Rear drum brakes!!

Post by Shagginwagon82 on 18/1/2010, 12:55 pm

What about if you blow a diff???
Then you're sh*t outta luck!!!

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Post by Vannin on 18/1/2010, 12:57 pm

Won't happen too often.........

Seeing many Holdens are running Ford 9 inches!

ROTFPMSL!!!!

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Post by Shagginwagon82 on 18/1/2010, 1:00 pm

Ha ha ha!!!
I'm still running the generals 10 bolt.........hence my previous comment.
Mind you i did 3 M21s and no diffs.

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Post by Pawso1 on 18/1/2010, 1:08 pm

Hope you're not still running an M21 anymore Scott? Those things are the only thing that is on ebay at 0.99 cents with No bids Laughing Laughing

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Post by Shagginwagon82 on 19/1/2010, 2:38 am

Nah mate- Turbo Supra box now. Mind you, I blew this one up too. But this time it was factory fault..... honest!

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Post by Pawso1 on 19/1/2010, 8:26 am

good to hear..yeah go team supra box...an unoriginal part, but a necesary one.

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Post by Shagginwagon82 on 19/1/2010, 1:05 pm

Atleast Toyota saves us putting more Ford parts into a perfectly good Holden.

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Post by mazdragon on 20/1/2010, 3:30 am

Been reading what you've all written about gas vs petrol - sure you lose some having both cos you really will only get performance out of one and then crap for the other, yes gas does have less power when you have both, sure, gas isn't always available everywhere, but on trips you just need to plan ahead. I'm going to go straight gas, curve the dizzy for gas, gas mild cam etc etc. I'll still get the performance - though i'm not going to win any trophies in burn outs or drag racing etc etc, i'm pulling out the petrol tank and replacing with a second gas tank, that'll give me the range, i can also then get rid of all the antipollution gear and get rid of some hoses and crap under the bonnet. I've weighed it all up, there's pro's and con's for all of it, guess a decision just simply has to be made. You need to decide what you want - i just want a cruiser i can drive daily if i want to, be comfortable and smile all the way knowing i'm not driving A HUNK OF JUNK that's crap on the road - tell that guy to go stick his opinion where the sun don't shine.... enjoy your van. As we say, take it out and play with it....

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Post by lozzie on 23/1/2010, 4:09 pm

Yes, she will be very good. Still she is behind schedule could be a longer wait than expected!!! Sad but hey it will all be sweet when she is done.

But they are doing duel fuel on her...hope that doesnt ruin the ride for me !!

thanks heaps guys for all your input, tips and suggestions helps soooo much Smile

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Post by Vannin on 23/1/2010, 4:25 pm

Your a bloody night owl Lozzie!!!!!!!!!

Gunna make a great Vanner!

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