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  1. morkster

    Thousand Dollar Supercar's 1988 Jaguar XJ-S 3.6

    I thought 6 and 12 o'clock movement was wheel bearings.
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    Rivalrx - 1972 Mazda 618 Coupe

    On my rx2 it was a different gearbox (s1 rx7) that fucked it up. You can get different speedo drive gears for the s1 box (they are different colours). Bumpstart on ausrotary has a tech thread on it.
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    Thousand Dollar Supercar's 1988 Jaguar XJ-S 3.6

    What's your experience been with non-rubber bushings, like the one's you've fitted to your lower wishbones etc.? My experience with that type of bushing is they don't last. I had some nolathanes dry rot and fall to bits in my xr8. I'm pretty sure all the oem rubber bushings are still available.
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    Oddball bolt suppliers in New Zealand?

    Atom Fasteners have come through for me in the past.
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    Thousand Dollar Supercar's 1988 Jaguar XJ-S 3.6

    What the hell happened there? U-turn or skids or.. the car that hit it must have been motoring tho :-/
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    Rivalrx - 1972 Mazda 618 Coupe

    Sorry to say it looks smokey.
  7. You don't have to use j109s.. green bros used to sell a direct replacement igniter (don't know if they still do) that fits and does the same job but brand new. I used them they were fine.
  8. Nice car. They say it's best to buy the best example you can afford; I doubt you'll ever regret 'paying too much' : )
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    Nzed's '67 Chrysler New Yorker

    Engine bay looking grouse anyway.
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    Dirty_Safari's '64 Buick LeSabre

    Nice car, build thread here:
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    Car looks so mint I'd of not thought there'd be repairs like that hiding.
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    Rivalrx - 1972 Mazda 618 Coupe

    Sounds good, real good.
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    The Tergo brand from Mitre 10 is good.. just paint it on and work it until the rust is gone. I use a stiff paint brush. Don't let it dry as it forms a white powder that can't be removed without sanding. I use it at about 20-25% with water like that. If you're soaking a part in a bucket say, you can dilute much more. I would do your roof in sections at a time.
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    Dent in rotors?

    I'd run those.