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So the clip must go in the top hole.
It seems to be at the correct place.
My car came with that long line 180 to a hole on the right side.
Darned factory manuals.
The stainless lines I got came from Fine Lines and it's got the same bends.
And I'm pretty sure it won't work the other way.
The short vent line came with a clip.
Can't figure where it goes if not in one of the holes on the shock absorber cross member.
It appears the long vent line from the trunk goes on the outboard nipple.
And this short vent line goes on the inboard nipple.
Inside the tank I think the outboard...
No excuse for being crabby to people in or about this stuff.
Unless I'm dealing with an AHole.
Reminds me of some local guy years ago when I had my son with me and just getting started in this hobby.
I should have told the guy to go stuff a duck. Some girl came up to me and apologized for him...
I'm not following your time line.
You went Saturday and there were no cars there that day and you went back Sunday the day of the show?
Did they have any cars that were just drivers and weren't being polished all day? :lol:
For a while people were "celebrating" Memorial day.
It was creeping into popular ignorance.
I first noticed it in a Macy's ad in 2004.
Next about 2 years later.
"Celebrate Memorial Day with a new Green Egg".
Finally, I heard talk radio making the correction a couple of years ago.
Good eye .
A real dead eye shot.
Modern country music is like modern NASCAR.
Which pretty much sums up my knowledge and interest in it too.
Formulamatic. (Is that a word?)
But this popped up next.
Keep it real. "In a big black Dodge".
What I was afraid of.
I think I put the headliner side pieces on in the wrong "order" too.
That roof trim the rubber goes in PROBABLY should go on AFTER the side headliner metal trim.
There's a groove in the black painted side pieces that goes under a lip of the roof things.
Had to really cram...
I want to put the back panels on but then the adjustment screws will be covered up.
Doors are completely apart and not ready to go on, so I can't check how the glass will fit to the door.
This is where it is now and it looks too far forward.
The "frosting" marking on the old glass look like...
In my limited experience with the windshield install on a B body, don't put the trim on till you leak check the windshield.
Took me 3 times on a first gen Charger.
Gaskets were a poor fit among other issues.
If you don't plan a racing anyone, my option would be changing the rear gears.
Especially with the torque multiplication of an automatic transmission.
Or better yet get a spare center section with different gears.
I would think that's the cheapest and simplest option if it fits your needs and...
First, it's flattering that someone thought enough to carry on like that.
In my drivers, many people that ask probably don't really even know what the car really is.
Maybe a general idea, but that's it.
"You want to sell that car"?
"No, Do you even know what it is?"
But a few that just want to...
I just experienced this.
I'm not complaining because otherwise this site is just great.
I pay a gold remembership at one of your other sites .
Figure it's still supporting the group of sister sites.
If you made that available here, I would move it as I don't use that site in the same way.