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  • Present cars
    1972 911T
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  1. ok, found my problem...it took a hit to the rear wheel. strange hit in that the impact was on the front (nearest the door) side of the wheel as evidenced by a indent on the diaginal support member and on the body high up under the fender weld. frame machine said 9mm out. frame guy says to much work to pull. adjustable toe rods are the answer. i am planning on making my own adjustable rods. i plan to buy an AURORA HIMI ROD END, female counterclockwise 14mmX1.5, 14mm bore, a double headed L&R threaded dolt, and a std front outer tie rod end (14mmX1.5, clockwise.) my challenge: to m
  2. most positive reply to date, will investigate strut support and tarret. thx
  3. CAMBER IS WITHIN RANGE -1.8 (-1.8 TO -O.8). SORRY TO HEAR THAT I CAN NOT ADJUST THE STRUT. WILL TAKE A LOOK AT THE BOLT SYSTEM. THX
  4. hi, just replace control arms in 03 to include wishbone,trailing arms, tracking arms, tie rods, and drop links. had it aligned. all units came in within spec. accept rt rear toe..0.71 degree (0.00degree-0.17 degree spc. range) shop re-assured me that parts (vertex) and installation (done by me) where not damaged and installed correctly. his conclusion was that the "knuckle" assembly was damaged, out of whack, or bad was the problem. i am wondering if the tower assembly could be adjusted to correct the toe-in problem? any thoughts on the situation?
  5. Mice DIY, love to see you so a wishbone and lower training arm

  6. great info. the noise issue is what i am trying to fix. i will pass on rebuilt track arm. thx

  7. the vertex ctrl arms are fine. they rebuild their track arm (the ones that runs along the length of the car) with polyureathe bushings, which are stiff but makes some noise as you go over bumps and ramps.

  8. Would you give us an update on how the rebuilt arms are working for you??

  9. Need diagram, most interested in fuse for most system, if any? My radio will not operate might be prob??
  10. Need appraisal for agreed vaue (insurance) in Bay Area?
  11. have you solved you dash "pad" replacement yet? (sep 25) if not: i pulled mine, warped @ vents and leather shrinkage @ windshield. i found a guy in watsonville who works out of his house that repaired the warpage, covered in leather, replaced the 5-7 plugs, and helped me put it in for 350. great job call me if you need his # wayne (831-234-3209)
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