So the girlfriend got a camera, and I went and ****ed around with it.
The interior under-way. Need new seats and some new fabric for the ceiling. A big shout out to mikey for the heads-up on the Metal-cast (the blue ****). It is great.
Its a little dusty, I'll clean it out tomorrow.
My brother went to see the Browns last week and brought me back this:
Hell fire raining down from the sky (also, Mandi's tallest sunflower this year is up over 11 ft!):
Anyway, here is the first problem. I have to reuse these year-old bearings until I can get new ones. What is the best way to get them cleaned out so I can get the new grease in there? I'll get new ones in a couple weeks but right now I have to make do.
SECONDLY...the only reason I decided to have this fun to begin with was because I noticed THIS!!!:
The end of the outer tie-rod is ****ed. Its like all the rubber has exploded upwards whereas the other side looks like this:
So anyway, to summarize.
1 - The best way to make year-old bearings as new again as they can be for a fresh greasing and repacking. At least I bought new seals.
2 - WTF is making the tie-rod end on the passenger side do that when they were both installed new at the same time (inner and outer) and the driver's side is fine? FTR the control-arm on the passenger side is new as well.