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Reply #105 - 06/28/15 at 05:10:01
 
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Reply #106 - 07/10/15 at 04:32:44
 
My back is feeling a bit better. I spent the last three nights at the shop sanding the power steering brackets to my Javelin. Feels good getting something done for a change.  Roll Eyes Can't wait to get cleared to lift from the doctor. I have an appointment with him on Monday.
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Reply #107 - 04/14/17 at 23:49:40
 
Been awhile since last post. I had a busy 2016 catching up at work after being on leave for 5 months in 2015. Had to work a lot of overtime and it didn't leave much time for the car. Also my daughter got married, wedding plans ate into more weekends. Now things are getting back to normal. Spent the winter finding parts, am getting the engine ready to fire up. I bought an engine run stand to help with this, I am modifying it to suit my needs. I want to make sure the engine doesn't leak before it is reinstalled in the car. Still have some more parts to buy, am working on getting my list together. Just had to replace an alternator on my son-in-laws Focus. I don't recommend it for most people, newer cars suck to work on. I had to disassemble a third of the engine compartment to get it out. You think it would be easy but it's not. Can't wait to work on the Javelin, so much easier.  Roll Eyes
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