$30 Phil, thought I'd already said that..? Whatever, N/P, lol.
EDIT - to clarify, there are 3 A/C lines in there. A thick one that goes from the firewall, under the brake reservoir, and connects over the oil cooler on the drivers side. Second, a thin one that runs across the firewall behind the motor, down the passenger side of the bay, to the condenser. Third, a thicker one that connects over the oil cooler and runs across the front under the intake manifold to the compressor and to the condenser. We're talking about the first one, right? Firewall, under the brake fluid, down the drivers side to connect over the oil cooler? That one - $30 shipped. Front one I'll dp the same. The long thin one is gonna be a PITA to ship, lol.
Got your PayPal clay, PM me a shipping address!
EDIT #2 - never mind clay, I see your ship=to in the PayPal info.
Both of you - I haven't been paid on the California job yet and I drained my bank account (overdrew it in fact) for the trip. As soon as your PayPal payments hit my bank account, I will ship, so I'm guessing Tuesday. If I get some cash between now & then, it'll all go as soon as I can pay for the shipping. Everything is off the car & ready to go.
Originally Posted by AlphaJaguar5
I try and get with as many dudes as possible when I'm out on the road.
Originally Posted by h4ckler
I miss the days when people weren't emo and just hung themselves instead of bitching on youtube....
RIP "Sally" - Pacific Blue 2005 Ion Redline Comp Pack
14.8 @ 96 mph, 2.3 second 60' - 100% stock on stock tires, 85 degrees out at 2200 ft altitude...
207 whp, 187 wtq, 100% stock uncorrected numbers on a mustang dyno...
Last edited by BigBrother; 11-22-2012 at 07:00 PM.
I *think* they should work on an '04; don't know why they wouldn't. Explain... They are stock FE3 LCA's with the rear bushing replaced with a custom made all-metal spherical bushing. These were done before the Powell /OteeteeP ones were available. One was test fitted only, other never installed at all, both brand new. Dude I got them from had 2 sets made for his track-only RL, never needed the 2nd set. I was going to install them when I switched classes in the SCCA but I the car got dropped to GS so I stayed in Stock. They've been in my garage for 3 years, lol. I can't get what I paid, but I would like $160 shipped for the pair.
The member that purchased the Stage 2 mounts decided he didn't want them, so they're available again also, would like $80 shipped.
Anyone wanting to kill wheel hop forever and always, here's the deal of the century; never-used spherical bushing LCA's and used but good stage 2 rotated trans mounts - $220 shipped for all or reasonable offer!!
I have no idea how they will hold up to anything, I never ran them. They're dry sockets at this point, and I was told that they aren't intended to be lubricated..? His lasted a couple years at least - dunno if he still runs them, haven't talked to him in years - of street and track use back east, so they're good for at least that long, lol!
Okay - that sucked ass. I've been laid up the last 2 days with a 102* fever and a horrid coughing something or other death infection. Just now coming back to life and I"m supposed to - well, HAVE to really - go back to Cali today and tomorrow. If I don't leave today - sick or not - I don't get paid almost $2k for this clusterfuck of a job I signed up for. Since I already did more than 3/4 of it, I'm not gonna take that hit.
I'm trying to get the hose and headlight bracket shipped on my out; UT guy (I'm sorry I"m not remembering names because my brain isn't even partially functional right now) I wasn't able to get the window motor out while I was bed-ridden so that's gonna ship thurs-fri when I get back, sorry for that.
Dear GOD I hope none of you catch this thing; seems like 1/3 of Vegas has had it in the last week.
All seats - front and rear - SOLD. Enjoy your new interior Djames!
Hawlyns - went to send the LCA's today while running errands & FedEx closed early..? WTF, I dunno. Rushed across town to the post office & didn't make it. They'll go out Monday, all boxed up and ready to go and in the trunk of my car. Sorry about that!
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