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About dat521gatherer

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  • Birthday 08/10/1976

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    3 521's 75 b210 80 supra 80 audi 4000 80 b310
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    iron maiden,vintage audio gear
  • Occupation
    appliance repair

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  1. I had a few leaks I couldn't figure out where they were coming from. Ended up being the roof so I stripped it down and put some seam sealer all around it.
  2. Had to get another fuel pump because this can style was rubbing up on my cam sprocket.
  3. Daves passing has upset me real bad to the point that it's really hard to even say anything. I wasn't that close to him but he made a special impression on me that only a unique person like him can do. He texted me last month and said he was trying to stay positive about things and I said we should hang out sometime. He said "promise" and I said yup. Well that never happened and I have felt terribly guilty for it. I met him about 7 years ago or so. He drove down and picked up a engine from Bill down in elma for my daughters 75 b210 which I still have. He threw it in the back of his goon drove it to my house and helped me install it. Dave was always willing to help someone in need. R.I.P Brother.
  4. Some reading material here and local. Might have a pointer or two.
  5. Check your throttle return spring. Mine broke the other day while driving and made my rpms go crazy between shifts.
  6. Glad you're ok Loren. Sorry about the truck.
  7. I replaced the ebrake handle. Well I tried to. Apparently the chrome one I bought has a shorter cable assembly. So the chrome on the handle is just a slip on cover that can take off and put on my shitty looking handle.
  8. Yeah three months later. I don't have time or money for body work so I just took the rust down to bare metal and hit it with primer until it can be fixed properly.
  9. The hard part is getting them out. Soak with kroil or wd-40 ect. Work them back and forth little by little. If the head gets rounded pound a 12 point socket that's slightly smaller than the head onto it. If the head breaks off just drill it out and tap it. I forget the size.
  10. Don't know about PIONEER brand but you can have your old one rebuilt at Tacoma Speedometer. http://www.tacomaspeedometer.net/
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