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Re: What did you do to your Swift today

 by blueturbofly ¦  Sun Aug 07, 2022 12:01 pm ¦  Forum: General Swift Chatter ¦  Topic: What did you do to your Swift today ¦  Replies: 366 ¦  Views: 255267

replaced a passengers side door handle that had broke, with a oem handle…lubed up the inner latch mechanism with graphite spray, as well as the window regulator .

:-o i am out of pass side door handles :-o but have 3 drivers door outer handles :laugh:

Re: What did you do to your Swift today

 by blueturbofly ¦  Fri Aug 05, 2022 7:23 am ¦  Forum: General Swift Chatter ¦  Topic: What did you do to your Swift today ¦  Replies: 366 ¦  Views: 255267

cant for the life of me find the rear seatbelts for the '87 :x maybe tucked under the seat cushion? did you use it to lift an engine? stuffed into a box of electrical harnesses? inside a toolbox? ha ha maybe i sold them :laugh: i do have a donor car, but the color is different...it has a tan interi...

Re: What did you do to your Swift today

 by blueturbofly ¦  Tue Aug 02, 2022 5:48 am ¦  Forum: General Swift Chatter ¦  Topic: What did you do to your Swift today ¦  Replies: 366 ¦  Views: 255267

cant for the life of me find the rear seatbelts for the ’87 :x

Re: What did you do to your Swift today

 by blueturbofly ¦  Mon Aug 01, 2022 8:10 am ¦  Forum: General Swift Chatter ¦  Topic: What did you do to your Swift today ¦  Replies: 366 ¦  Views: 255267

it was the '87 that got picked to be worked on....after airing up one tire, and using some carb spray to ''excite'' the engine, it was up and running....blew out a mouse house from the exhaust :laugh: there was only a drivers seat mounted in this car, no carpet...i think that saved this car from any...

Re: What did you do to your Swift today

 by blueturbofly ¦  Sun Jul 31, 2022 9:20 am ¦  Forum: General Swift Chatter ¦  Topic: What did you do to your Swift today ¦  Replies: 366 ¦  Views: 255267

not sure which car to work on next...i have since changed my mind on repairing the '76 f150 and will be selling that truck, so i have room in the shop again.... so, will it be the '87 3 / 3 / 5 n/a or '89 gti or turbo swap into a vert....? gotta remember, winter is coming....and i do need parking in...

Re: new job

 by blueturbofly ¦  Fri Jul 29, 2022 8:21 am ¦  Forum: Off Topic ¦  Topic: new job ¦  Replies: 251 ¦  Views: 74264

new parts guy has already moved some shelving around....set up account portals, so there is no real need to call any supplier for parts, just look on their site, and if they have the parts, order said parts. making things easy. but pulling out what is left of his hair, at the other parts guys paperw...

Re: new job

 by blueturbofly ¦  Tue Jul 26, 2022 8:30 am ¦  Forum: Off Topic ¦  Topic: new job ¦  Replies: 251 ¦  Views: 74264

so, 2 weeks of work with the ''new'' parts guy- the other parts guy took 2 weeks off....the new parts guy has changed around the office dynamic, instead of leaving the customer at the front counter while you walk away to a separate office to look up parts, he moved the computer and monitor up to the...

Re: new job

 by blueturbofly ¦  Thu Jul 21, 2022 8:19 am ¦  Forum: Off Topic ¦  Topic: new job ¦  Replies: 251 ¦  Views: 74264

remember that blown up kawaski v twin?
piston / rod
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cylinder head with permanent valve stem attached
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yeah, the customer states, '‘not running properly, then just stopped running, and wont start’'

:-o :-o :-o

Re: new job

 by blueturbofly ¦  Sun Jul 17, 2022 9:33 am ¦  Forum: Off Topic ¦  Topic: new job ¦  Replies: 251 ¦  Views: 74264

a lawnmower came in for diagnostics....24.5 hp 700 cc twin....complaint of '' running rough, then just quit- spark plug smashed flat in rh cylinder '' :-o i didnt get pictures, but....WOW....BOTH valves decided to occupy the same space as the piston, but at the wrong time....with terrible results......

Re: new job

 by blueturbofly ¦  Thu Jul 14, 2022 8:26 am ¦  Forum: Off Topic ¦  Topic: new job ¦  Replies: 251 ¦  Views: 74264

its been steady the last week, AND the weather has been getting warmer out...like 30+ degrees, and thats not even in the 40's yet....and that shop i work in is slightly cooler inside...but not by much :sick: the kid has been doing pretty good, fixing stuff as it comes in, or going thru the ''salvage...

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