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Old 08-28-2018, 07:11 PM
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And the guys who's shop I've been renting is out of town from Thursday-Wednesday of next week
Hoping I can maybe get in tomorrow to wrap the header and the slave cylinder, because I think the rest of it I can do without the car being on a hoist.
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damn, yeah get as much little stuff done as possible. its one of the bad things to run into is a bunch of little things
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You might be able to just replace the A/C pulley for now so you can route the belt. Then decide later if you plan to drive South and need A/C...
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Yea you should be able to walk into any auto parts store and ask for an a.c. bypass pulley for your YMM

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That too! But I was talking about the actual pulley for the compressor. I guess I meant the bearings for the compressor pulley. When I changed one, the auto parts store loaned/rented me the tools to do it. It was not expensive back when I did it but who knows now...
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Managed to tear my other ACL while working. Fun times! Trying to finish this car has been a nightmare
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Oh no!!! I'm sorry! Get well soon! I know the feeling tho. It's tough!
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Yeah the road to recovery begins yet again. Heading to the shop to deal with the header problem today and taking care of the wiring harness routing, then I believe the rest of the work can be done easily from the ground. Here's to hoping it's a smooth day. feeling uneasy about the injector harness splice job that I did, so I'm debating pulling it out and hitting it with the soldering gun to make sure it's done right
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geez that is rough. hope you heal up quick.

yeah I would take anything you are second guessing and make sure to do it where you are satisfied.
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Agreed!
I recommend using soldering flux on the joint prior to soldering. I really like the flux for copper plumbing. Excellent results! It really makes soldering so much easier and produces high quality joints. You can get it at home centers.
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