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64valiant last won the day on February 3 2020

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About 64valiant

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  • Birthday 20/09/1989

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  1. Hi team. Its been a long time since the last post. Just thought I'd let you know most of this is back together and i have maybe 5 things left to do before i can drive it. Life has been a bit busy but i'll write up a detailed post when i have a few extra free minutes. keep safe
  2. I'm going down to see Karl today at the place that done your injectors if you wanted to pop down and talk to him not during work hours about your options.
  3. Still don't have a wagon. Have a wof on old car though.
  4. mine is for business advertising reasons really. main street for talking and max profile of people viewing the shit i have. (eg rotary beetle) you can cruise the main street at night when ever but say you head to a viewing spot you might find it hard getting a car park to view but if you are an entered person they always have car parks there for you.
  5. Hi. this is me showing my interest in the event. will check back in once i have a small human and see what my life says about going away for a few days with the BOYZ
  6. 2021 entries acquired. this time ill attend
  7. Came up on my fb memories that I posted photos of such a great event. I look forward to attending next year. Siting out side the rsa talking to locals riding there horses for the arvo. A solid 10/10
  8. ah i had seen that done on some other cars before @RUNAMUCK. i hadn't thought about how i was going to lower it as of yet other than i really wanted the rear to tuck a little more and that seems like a god way to gain a small amount.
  9. do you still miss doing clutches @Evan?
  10. Hi team. Long time no posting, since my kombi wasn't really going to be going for summer i thought i would get this on the road. well i had thought about it and then a mate asked to use it for his daughters school ball so i ended up splashing out and spending some money on it and getting a wof. the wof fail list was - speedo not accurate - rear door latch missing bolt - fuel leak in tank - Brake light switch to secure - high beam light in dash not working - front seat LR to short - brake shoes worn out - brake hoses toast - rear bump stop missing - front bump stop wo
  11. No stress at all. My post certainly wasn't as informative as my previous posts in the thread. Have been going through and uploading photos via flicker as all my old photos have managed to fall off the internet.
  12. @Roman my kit for the front beam has a bunch of extra bolts in it so it can be raised 40mm to add more slamm i would need to remove the vivid mark of steel out add more steel and weld it all up. you can see the height difference in this image from the bolt holes to the top of the modified one and the one not modified on the other side this is from the company who supplied the kit
  13. so the rear plates allow it to go lower, from factory they are straight the notch in my ones allow drop instantly with out having to change the spline to much. now it also has two plates the main one is the back one and the front one has the spline in it. you can adjust the height by screwing in the bolt getting it with in mm from side to side, or you can lower or raise it 20mm. the other laser cut peace that looks like a horse shoe helps space out the dust cap allowing for the extra thickness in the spring plates ill do a video and post this which might make things easie
  14. Hello. turns out i purchased a front beam for a kombi that was suited for 68 bay window and every split window bus. this kinda bugged me as i had already put adjusters in it and the bolt holes didn't line up. so i remembered i could get a kit from Fresh Kustomz in aus which i could install myself. i priced it up and i was also trying to get a rough idea on price from a chch company on what they would pay for my current beams. they became a bit difficult to deal with and in the mean time i clicked a buy now and i had the kit from aus in a few weeks. the kit is a 40mm raised beam kit o
  15. Bloody rookies over here It's Karen here "I'd like to talk to management about this. It's not acceptable" haha.
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