I had one for my dual-Weber Type 1 VW engines-- it was called a Uni-Syn.
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You'll also want to drop the anti-sway bar to provide some much-needed clearance. Just bear in mind, there's a decent chance you'll rip the anti-sway bar bolt threads out of the body when removing them. That'll present a good opportunity to fix those. :) Yes, that's where you need to unload the sus...
I don't think ramps are gonna do it-- just not high enough to give you the room and leverage you need. It's even a PITA with jackstands. Sameguy makes some good points about pulling them both, but you still need some room to work under there.
- Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:31 am
- Forum: General Discussion & Intro Forum
- Topic: My 30 y/o love affair with the XR4Ti, from the US to the Holy Land - Part I
- Replies: 7
- Views: 89
Noam, it's great to see your passion for the marque.. thanks for the pix and the story. I lost my own father back in '91; he was only three years older than I am now. It's always nice to honor and remember him with some of the things he left me, especially his fine set of tools. Whenever I use them,...
It's 3/4" at the thread (have one in front of me). Can't upload photo of it...??? YMMV Try the Preview function-- it doesn't give any indication that it's loaded onto your message box, but when you preview it, there it is. I've loaded multiple images without realizing it was actually taking the fir...
- Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:56 pm
- Forum: Classifieds - XR4Ti
- Topic: WTB JVAB Supra Diff Kit
- Replies: 14
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The stock bung is on the lower intake manifold. That's an option, although it's important to keep those relatively small passageways free of sediment, which one should be doing, anyway. There's also an unused water bung on the left (driver's) side of the engine block. Lower right of large image, "co...
- Sun Dec 10, 2017 10:52 am
- Forum: Sponsor & Vendor Specials
- Topic: NEW Merkur Depot XR4Ti Coolant Tank Y hose now available
- Replies: 1
- Views: 43
Nice. Looks like it will fulfill a need here very nicely. Thank you for continuing to source and develop these parts for us.
I like tools, too, but considering that there are ~four bearing changes by someone else built into the price of said tools, and given the infrequency of the job needing to be done, I'd let a good shop do it. The other variable might be how many old cars you keep around.
The one who made that video in the first place has made two updates, the most recent of the two stating that the person with those Cossies worked at a dealership in Sweden and that the cars were customers' cars. Soon, they will be officially determined abandoned and he can officially become the own...