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Old 10-21-2014, 03:52 PM   #5326
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With either the stock or AE caps:

Vented = bladder and bleeder screw left out
Emulsion = cut bladder and bleeder screw in
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Who do I contact if my kit has a wrong part? The pin that connects the front driveshaft to the front left and right axles is the wrong size on one side. Way to thin
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Who do I contact if my kit has a wrong part? The pin that connects the front driveshaft to the front left and right axles is the wrong size on one side. Way to thin
Which pin? The hex pin or CVA pin?
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Old 10-21-2014, 04:52 PM   #5329
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Nick will you be at AMS on the 1st
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Who do I contact if my kit has a wrong part? The pin that connects the front driveshaft to the front left and right axles is the wrong size on one side. Way to thin
I have to ask, did you mix up the hex pin and the cva pin?
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Old 10-21-2014, 07:47 PM   #5331
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I know its been asked but what is everybody doing about the sway bar coming out of its link where the set screw goes in? Its been happening more & more
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the grub screw is probably stripping out. I had the same issue, I replace the cup and it is still fine. the plastics on thsi car are soft, you need to use light hands when building
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Tower has these kits in stock NOW! I just ordered mine and it is in packaging status already.usr code 410gw to get $60.00 off $400.00
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With either the stock or AE caps:

Vented = bladder and bleeder screw left out
Emulsion = cut bladder and bleeder screw in
Vented is with bladder, just screw left out. Otherwise you might loose some oil.
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Old 10-21-2014, 11:50 PM   #5335
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Vented is with bladder, just screw left out. Otherwise you'might loose some oil.
Of course. Poor punctuation on my part as I meant with a bladder in, and the screw left out.
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Old 10-22-2014, 12:35 AM   #5336
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Default These f....... shocks!!

If anyone is capable of putting on the bladder without the shock shaft starting to move out and thereby creating at least 50% rebound when done, you either have a good portion of luck in you, or you simply are an alien. If you cant even seal it with the bladder without the shaft starting to move, letīs just wait talking about what to do with the shock cap , - right ?
Damn, iīm beginning to lose faith
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Old 10-22-2014, 12:59 AM   #5337
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Default Proline Trifecta

I just got the Proline Trifecta wing and it seems really durable. But since it's so thick I cannot not mount it with the regular wing mounts. Do anybody have a tip on how to mount a thicker wing. Do you dremel the wing mounts och drill a new hole for the clip, or do you do anything else?

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Nick will you be at AMS on the 1st
I wasn't planning on it. But if everyone wants to meet up, I'm in!


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I know its been asked but what is everybody doing about the sway bar coming out of its link where the set screw goes in? Its been happening more & more
Try a little bit of shoe-goo between the ball cup and swaybar.

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I just got the Proline Trifecta wing and it seems really durable. But since it's so thick I cannot not mount it with the regular wing mounts. Do anybody have a tip on how to mount a thicker wing. Do you dremel the wing mounts och drill a new hole for the clip, or do you do anything else?

/Patrik
It should mount the without wing washers.
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Old 10-22-2014, 04:48 AM   #5339
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How many of you guys are from Michigan. I'm on the Westside... 20 minutes from Holland
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How many of you guys are from Michigan. I'm on the Westside... 20 minutes from Holland
There's 7 of us on the eastside.
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