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  • Back at the Fort: Garage Clean Up | DR1665
    the day cleaning and organizing When all was said and done it looked like this inside Of course since these pictures were taken a Bowflex and elliptical machine have taken up residence and the floor is covered in dirt again Hopefully I can get things sorted before it gets out of hand again I need to get ready for cooler weather and get that Galant moving under its own power

    Original URL path: http://www.dr1665.com/2012/07/back-at-the-fort-garage-clean-up/ (2016-04-26)
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  • DR1665 | gearhead philosopher
    united takes all my online time these days I still update this site from time to time but not much Mostly this site has become a place where I document vehicle maintenance Working Credo Recently 199 250 TUNE UP Some

    Original URL path: http://www.dr1665.com/category/tarmac-gravel/195/ (2016-04-26)
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  • DR1665: garage
    Thursday night I installed a bunch of new coolant lines and clamps on the 4G63 Pictured here pancake oil cooler lines plumbed Note the Read more Posted in 195 Back At The Fort gvr4 464 Tarmac Tagged with 195 2000 464 1000 4G63 car prep drivetrain electrical fuel system garage ignition maintenance rebuild the fort VR4 464 1000 Rebuild Report Engine Nearly Complete Posted on March 15 2012 by DR1665 1 Comment With the water mains and turbo coolant lines plumbed I got the turbo bolted up last night A couple feet of small diameter hose to connect turbo and oil cooler hardlines clean and install thermostat housing bolt up the alternator Read more Posted in 195 Back At The Fort gvr4 464 Tarmac Tagged with 195 2000 464 1000 4G63 accident drivetrain garage maintenance rebuild the fort turbo VR4 464 1000 Rebuild Report Engine Prep 2 Posted on March 13 2012 by DR1665 No Comments Westley the Dread Pirate Roberts once said upon clipping the ear of the evil Prince Humperdink I shall take you a piece at a time if I must And so it is with this rebuild Tonight I gave in and Read more Posted in

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  • DR1665: the fort
    on March 19 2012 by DR1665 1 Comment Another weekend spent turning wrenches another agonizing Monday morning at the office I think it was Thursday night I installed a bunch of new coolant lines and clamps on the 4G63 Pictured here pancake oil cooler lines plumbed Note the Read more Posted in 195 Back At The Fort gvr4 464 Tarmac Tagged with 195 2000 464 1000 4G63 car prep drivetrain electrical fuel system garage ignition maintenance rebuild the fort VR4 Enter the Raider Posted on March 19 2012 by DR1665 No Comments The Raider has landed 18 March 2012 Additional shot for use elsewhere Posted in Back At The Fort Pajero Tagged with Gen I the fort 464 1000 Rebuild Report Engine Nearly Complete Posted on March 15 2012 by DR1665 1 Comment With the water mains and turbo coolant lines plumbed I got the turbo bolted up last night A couple feet of small diameter hose to connect turbo and oil cooler hardlines clean and install thermostat housing bolt up the alternator Read more Posted in 195 Back At The Fort gvr4 464 Tarmac Tagged with 195 2000 464 1000 4G63 accident drivetrain garage maintenance rebuild the fort turbo

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  • 464 Rebuild Report: Final Details | DR1665
    good to Mike 464 Be good to Mike For all the problems I had with this car in the end it turned into one hell of a bad ass daily driver with a couple weekends elbow grease and parts laying around the fort If I didn t still have 195 2000 I would be really sad to see it go Moving forward I ll be running a lot of pictures

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  • DR1665 | gearhead philosopher
    united takes all my online time these days I still update this site from time to time but not much Mostly this site has become a place where I document vehicle maintenance Working Credo Recently 199 250 TUNE UP Some

    Original URL path: http://www.dr1665.com/category/gvr4/ (2016-04-26)
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  • [464] Tarmac | DR1665
    April 23 2012 by DR1665 No Comments It s been one hell of a month Here s some pictures from my final days with 464 1000 Before bleeding the clutch I changed the fluid Use a turkey baster or vac pump like this one to suck most of the old Read more Posted in Back At The Fort gvr4 464 Tarmac Tagged with 464 1000 4G63 car prep drivetrain ignition maintenance rebuild VR4 464 Rebuild Report Radio Rotation Posted on April 1 2012 by DR1665 No Comments My friend and mentor John pointed out to me that it would be unwise to run the engine while it s bolted to a dry transmission as the input shaft would be spinning Since it s going to be a couple days Read more Posted in Back At The Fort gvr4 Pajero 464 Tarmac Tagged with 464 1000 car prep electrical Gen I ignition maintenance rebuild VR4 464 Rebuild Report Up From the Ground Came a Bubblin Crude Posted on March 31 2012 by DR1665 No Comments Oil that is Redline MTL 15 a bottle Only it wasn t bubbling up out of the ground so much as pissing out the apparently no

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  • 464 Rebuild Report: Wrapping Things Up | DR1665
    you get back the clean fluid will have pushed the dirty out How dirty does clutch fluid get over time See below Gearshifts are super nice with a decent clutch and fresh clean fluid in the system WARNING IF YOU PAINT YOUR CAM GEARS DO NOT GET PAINT ON THE CAMSHAFT MATING SURFACES If you do you ll have a hard time getting a proper torque reading should be 72ft lbs if I recall See that wear on the lower timing cover near the belt That s caused by a wobbly cam gear coming loose under operation Scary shit YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED I set the base timing with the timing light You can just make out the white timing mark on the crank pulley I put a dab of white paint on the notch so I could see it easier This was honestly the first time I ve ever set base timing on a 4G63T I made several mistakes CAS wasn t installed properly forcing me to crank it all the way one direction to get timing right and I also had the inductive trigger for the timing light on the wrong plug wire DOH 464 1000 engine bay all cleaned up and ready to go Here s why unitized or unibody construction is so popular in new cars Notice the right rear wheel off the ground Now notice there is no jack or stand over there The rigidity of the unitized structure distributes the load evenly allowing the car to remain pretty much level lifted from just three corners Picture taken prior to replacing rear diff oil with Redline HD Shockproof Part of the extras I included in the sale were a set of Sony Xplod speakers I had lying around I also left the Pioneer dash speakers

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