Since I was at a standstill with the rear of car due to waiting for the rear arms to be reconditioned, I decided to push on with the front of the car.
As the first step to sorting out the issues needed to get Snicket on the road, I decided to remove the radius arms, so it also knocks out two jobs in one.
This darn car. There is always something that makes me shake my fist in frustration.
Worn bushes are no fun, and these bushes get a hard time in normal use. My Tie Rod bushes were stuffed and needed replacing.
That’s right, I have finally hit maximum working-ness!
Brrm Brrm, my tachometer arrived from China today, so I quickly wired it in so I can see how close to valve bouncing I am.
Right, so clearly that was a lot of work done in short space of time. This post will bring me up to date now.
This isn’t a job I was looking forward to, but one that needed to be done. I had to replace the split outer CV boot.
One tool I forgot to mention in my last post about tuning, was the Gunson Colortune.