June 13, 2006
doors aren't quite as nice as the new doors for 068, so a
week's worth of work later, they'll be ready for primer.
we remove the old paint by grinding it, then we sand blast
the hinges (remember, these hinges are indexed now, so we
don't want to take them off), repair the fiberglass cracks,
bondo the door up to eliminate low spots, prime with urethane
primer, then we'll texture spray the doors.
are cracks in all the stressed areas. These are easy to fix
but time consuming.
I am so
happy because I'll itch all night.
the paint is gone, the body work starts.
use the big blaster for these hinges.
bit of primer on the hinge so they don't corrode. The door
has been repaired and the body work is complete.
are primed with dolphin gray urethane primer. They will be
textured after a final fit.
been doing the brakes for both cars. These 904 brakes were
also updated in the front.
the same big air pressure to blow out the pistons. One of
our readers emailed us a new idea...he uses grease from a
grease gun to press the pistons out, which is a great idea,
but a little messy. It's probably a good way for the home
guys who don't have big air to get the pistons out. We welcome
ideas from our readers.
takes pictures for reference reasons, but the customer enjoys
them the most. After the parts are cleaned, they head to the
plater for coatings.
are the halves ready for cleaning and assembly.
lays the parts out for assembly. In this case, some of the
pistons had to be replaced.
are pretty simple.
are ready for assembly and the brakes are now ready for installation.
has re-made new stabilizer bars and here are some of his product.
Thanks Ken! I'll email you later.
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