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Everything posted by gustycrosswinds

  1. Wow, we can get to our fuel pump without dropping the tank? I have had to help cut out a window to get to fuel pumps before.
  2. I'm looking at an oem clutch kit and it shows the outer dimensions as 9 3/4". All the kits on rock auto show 9 7/8". What's going on here? Thanks for your insights into this, I don't have experience working on clutches.
  3. Hi, OP, what's the torque rating for the bolt holding the distributor, thanks.
  4. AH I see. Thank you for that explanation
  5. Greetings. I am looking to replace my master cylinder. I do most of my shopping on rock auto and they have categorized some of the cylinders based on the rear disc or drum brake. What is going to be the difference of the cylinders if they both will feed either a wheel cylinder or caliper? I will probably go with BECK/ARNLEY 0729761 but that is one of the few that doesn't specify the rear brakes. I have rear drum brakes. Any insight? Thanks!

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