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post #197 of 715 (permalink) Old 01-11-2015, 12:53 PM Thread Starter
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moving day ready!

just waiting on my brothers to get here to help me push

the car will have to make friends with the motorcycles, its gonna be a littlee more cramped than i had originally thought, but i think i should still have room to work.






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as it turns out, there was way more room than i had anticipated. she's in her new home!



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Have you played with that axel yet

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Nah not yet. Once i get the car back up on jack stands and start tearing into the car again i'll take a look at it again.


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How did you go about seating it
Wiggle, little hammerimg, both?
I've never seen that
I assume the other end of everything appeared ok when putting it all back together?

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Yeah everything lined up good. Not sure why it seated goofy


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i missed mine, thats why i bought mine back lol. even if i didnt find my old car i would have searched for another sedan. i dont know what it is about these cars, just really enjoy them
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i might order some material for some projects i can work on indoors while i figure out my heating situation in the garage.

i want to re-do the door panel inserts and the headliner in the car. they are just a wreck. i stopped at walmart to look at the material they have in their "craft" section. it just feels weird, not very "automotive fabric" like.

would michael's or pat catans or some other craft store having something more suitable or is there a place online i should order from? looking for some suggestions

door panel inserts i want black, the roof i'll redo as close to the oem color as i can. if i can get the headliner really clean, i'll probably just leave it alone. other than a few tears or gouges in the material, its in pretty good shape.
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Michaels would be my best guess.... maybe Hobby Lobby too if you have one in the area
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Also check out a Joann fabrics or similar fabric store. The selection is a lot wider, and they carry things that can look nice in a car.

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Thanks for the suggestions. Next time the wife goes out go get craft supplies i'll tag along with her an see what i can find.

The car is back on jackstands in the garage ready to be worked on. I'm gettin my heating situation worked out so i dont freeze to death while working on the garage. Its all starting to come together.

I think i'm going to take the pump and the sending unit out of the fuel tank and see what the inside looks like. I think as long as there is not rust floating around in the tank, i'm going to try and save the tank i have. Save a few bucks that i can put towards something else.

I'm also going to buy some brake line tools. I need to practice flaring and bending and all of that since my hard fuel line is in need of repair and my front passenger brake line needs repaired. And i have never done anything with hard brake lines before lol. Any suggestions on some tools that wont break the bank?

I also found this today....angry. When i had a cover on my car outside i had bricks holding the cover down. Well, apparently one of the windy nights launched a brick into the side of the car. This will be a p.i.t.a to make better...

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for those of you not on honda-tech, i was surprised when i saw this email last night. i thought it was cool lol.

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That's pretty cool stuff....
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