Separate names with a comma.
and, we’re off!
Converting to disc brakes is one of the biggest “monkey see, monkey do” mods in the Mopar world.I like your style, Ed!:thumbsup:
Link to the law, please.
Not a fan of the bright red (R4)RR1, on the other hand. :thumbsup:[ATTACH]
so is it a bill, or has it been signed into law?
Pretty big difference
You have no idea where “most” of the meth comes from.because some is smuggled in, doesn’t mean that it’s the majority. :thumbsup:That’s you...
Plenty of meth is made here.
Is all if it made here? No.
Is all of if smuggled in? Nothe “border” is not why the USA has a meth problem....
Meth is produced right here in the good ol USA.minor detail.
If for storage only, buy a 4 post.
Pretty useless for any work on the car goes.A friend has a couple. He has a back yard buddy (made in the...
It doesn’t matter what online venue you use to buy used parts. there are good and bad sellers on each and every one of them. Basic human nature....
That’s a shitty situation. :thumbsup:
Don’t be that guy!
It isn’t a Mopar vs. GM thing!it a “is my converter located correctly” thing.
:thumbsup:the same guys telling you that you don’t need to check...
I believe an 850 has 1.75” throttle bores.
A 750 has 1.6785” bores, if I’m not mistaken
Use a #7 drill bit, and drill a hole in the center of the dowel. (There’s a gap between the bottom of the dowel and the bottom of the dowel hole...
My head hurts.
I once ran across the street drunk and didn’t get hit by a car. Doesn’t make it a good idea.check and correct runout. :thumbsup:
I did one a couple years ago.
It’s all sorted out for you, if you use factory architecture.
Be prepared to spend about 5,500 bucks, at a minimum....