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Originally posted by unlovedford unlovedford wrote:

I like a 4 door in most vehicles. Far cry from how I used to feel. 4X4 - gotta have a 4 door. Truck - gotta have a 4 door. Wagon - gotta have a 4 door. Now I even like a sports sedan better than a sports coupe. All the utility and style with no compromises. C's TL does everything so well and will inhale asphalt, yet seats 4 adults in comfort and insurance is less than a comparable coupe.


I think what you were trying to say is as you get older it's harder to get in and out of a two door. You are no spring chicken anymore mister.
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Not a spring chicken, but not an old Rooster, either.
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speaking of "getting old" ^^^ i may have to remove the side bars from my 6 point stainless roll cage in my monza some day when i drive it again Confused now it would probably take me 10 minutes to get in or out Cry for years i always joked about "yeah right, when i get old and fat, haha NOT ME!" ( not quite so funny as it used to be Confused )Embarrassed 
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LOL, nope. I heard myself "OOF" when I got into the Civic to move it the other day. Later, I made the "Arrugh" sound when I hoisted myself up into the F150 4X4. Sheesh.
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Hate to say I told you so but.....
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Love driving my old Celica until I have to get out of it. Not fun.   
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Originally posted by unlovedford unlovedford wrote:

LOL, nope. I heard myself "OOF" when I got into the Civic to move it the other day. Later, I made the "Arrugh" sound when I hoisted myself up into the F150 4X4. Sheesh.


yea I used to drive from frederick md to naples fl in one straight shot, just stop for gas, coffee and to pee. Now after about 200 miles the knees hurt, hips hurt, back is always killin me. gettin old is so much fun  Ouch  lol
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Getting old is why I don't drive my T-Bird as much as I used to. When you are as tall as I am, getting into a car that low (comparatively) is a bit of a pain. Easier to hop in the truck. (Even if it IS a GMC)
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today doing some necessary upgrades to my S-10 blazer...heavy duty tubular upper control arms Big smile poly bushings, upper ball joints! just did lower ball joints, new CV axles, new hubs, and idler arm, about a month ago. still need to replace the pitman arm (looks like i'll have to pull the whole box to get the arm off Confused and i got new poly bushings for the lower control arms and sway bar Wink and i have new poly bushings for the rear on the way Clap


 check out all that tire space! "THIS AIN"T YOUR GRAMPA"S S-10 SON! " Wink


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i got the lower bushings and the swaybar bushings changed the other night. just did the pitman arm what a PITA! i did have to remove or at least tried to remove the steering box (pressure hose rusted to the swivel nut Angry and with my hidden 9,000# winch in the way, no way to get the box out) so i was able to tilt it just enough to impact the nut off and get the puller on it, pitman arm DONE but getting the box back into the steering shaft splines and into position, that's another story Angry about 2 hours total of screwing around to do a 10 minute job ( on most other vehicles)Confused oh, and did i mention... the steering shaft is only 1/8" from the front header tube. but with the 3" body lift, it sure makes stuff along the frame easier to work on Big smile
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Wait till you are in your 70's and have to get the wife to open the damn safety cap on your meds.
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Originally posted by fordpower fordpower wrote:

Wait till you are in your 70's and have to get the wife to open the damn safety cap on your meds.
oh, i know! really looking forward to that Confused
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Originally posted by fordpower fordpower wrote:

Wait till you are in your 70's and have to get the wife to open the damn safety cap on your meds.
This is why we have children! To OPEN the damn childproof caps.
 
 
The above post should be read in a "Grumpy Old Man" voice.
Almost forgot: "Get off my lawn!!!"
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ok, got most of the rear spring poly bushings in, that damn deicer rusted some of the bolts solid Angry the front spring bushings are staying rubber for now since the bolts won't come loose i shattered a 1/2" drive extension, bolt didn't budge! so i'll soak it with PB blaster throughout the summer and try again later Confused part of my new 1 ton idler arm came today, waiting on the other piece, then i'll fab up my own adapter bracket ^^^ Picturesince this one pictured is $200 ShockedShockedShocked
this will cure the constant replacing of stock idler arms Wink
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Brace for the bottom of the idler arm shaft?
The above post should be read in a "Grumpy Old Man" voice.
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Originally posted by Big Bird Big Bird wrote:

Brace for the bottom of the idler arm shaft?
yes, here's some good info on it and with pics:
 http://www.zr2usa.com/mboard/index.php?showtopic=53436
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On my old F150, I had a plate with a bearing supporting the bottom of the pitman arm shaft. Got tired of the annual steering box replacement.
The above post should be read in a "Grumpy Old Man" voice.
Almost forgot: "Get off my lawn!!!"
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 Big smilegot the 1 ton idler arm conversion finished! spent about an hour last night  fabbing up my own bracket and about another hour doing several mock up's and bolting and welding it to the frame Wink
 i shouldn't never need to replace this set up, that arm and pivot is a BRUTE! all the upgrades finished ready to go "wheelin" so who needs parts from that yard Wink
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well while getting parts at that yard today, i found an older blazer with a good RH power window motor (i've been looking for one for the last few years) Big smile  he charged me pretty good for it Confused

but i was installing it, removed my window to tint it, got all done with the tint Thumbs Up put it back in and was holding it up to attach the regulator to it and BOOM the f**king window exploded!!! Censored Angry CryCryCry
i guess i tightened the bolts that go through the glass a little too tight Censored
i think i have a spare window out back in a parts truck? but now i'll have to order and wait for that pre cut tint Confused no sense putting it all back together just to take it back apart later Confused UNBELIEVABLE!!! AngryAngryAngryCryCryCry
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sounds like a good time for a tall cold frosty one
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Originally posted by MrSmog MrSmog wrote:

sounds like a good time for a tall cold frosty one
at that point i'd have cryed in my beer if i had any Cry
well after some internet research for part interchangeability i came to the conclusion that the trucks and blazers were different, but i thought all the doors were the same? but tonight i measured the parts truck it appeared to be the same...so i pulled the glass from it and checked it in my door...they are exactly the same !!just as i thought LOL Clap at  least i don't have to buy another windowThumbs Up it hasn't even been 24 hours and a big damn spider had claimed the inside of my blazer Shocked ( i promptly evicted him Angry)
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Dang! Sorry about the window. Lucky you have an extra!
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Our '91 S10 Blazer's front passenger window motor just quit working too...but luckily we have a '93 S10 4x4 extended cab truck for parts. 
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Far as I know the trucks didn't get power windows until the body change in 94 and the early blazers 83-86? Were manual.
I'll check the driver side motor I seem to remember it was different and better it came out of a 87. The ones used in 89 to 93 seem to be not as good IMO the contacts melt in the plastic causing a bad connection
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I've had a few 1st gen S-10's with power windows. Liked them, favorites were extended cabs and Stranger. We still occasionally talk about that little truck and how good it was. Best Chevrolet I ever owned (probably because of the Ford in it).
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what???Shocked
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Half Chevrolet S-10 and half Ford Ranger, hence the name Stranger. One of a kind truck with the heart of a lion.
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Originally posted by californiajohnny californiajohnny wrote:

Far as I know the trucks didn't get power windows until the body change in 94 and the early blazers 83-86? Were manual.
I'll check the driver side motor I seem to remember it was different and better it came out of a 87. The ones used in 89 to 93 seem to be not as good IMO the contacts melt in the plastic causing a bad connection
Nope it's got power windows. Tahoe trim level...though the interior is quite a bit more ransacked now. 
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Any pictures of Stranger, Joe? I think I remember one but it looks to be long gone. 
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yeah my 90 is a Tahoe just like that except with the digital dash Big smile
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