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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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It was sunny, so I did what everyone else would do... took it for a nice cruise and enjoyed it



Now it really, really needs a wash!

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today i recieved the parts i ordered from the fiero store, i put back on my passenger side inner rubber pannel. new plastic push-pins to hold it on. cleaned all wheel wells and tires. getting ready for the car show in silver springs, fl. i let my wife back my car up and move it over, i was to dirty to sit in it. wow, the car sounds good now that i put dodgerunners belt tensioner on. the engine is soo quiet, it is a good runing car now.
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today i recieved the parts i ordered from the fiero store, i put back on my passenger side inner rubber pannel. new plastic push-pins to hold it on. cleaned all wheel wells and tires. getting ready for the car show in silver springs, fl. i let my wife back my car up and move it over, i was to dirty to sit in it. wow, the car sounds good now that i put dodgerunners belt tensioner on. the engine is soo quiet, it is a good runing car now.
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found me a set of flece/suade 84 seats in almost perfect condition,,, also installed a new clutch onto the motor..... she should be up and running soon.
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Sat back and watched Dean work his magic.


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When I got home from work, I found these on my door step.




Enkei Falcon. 17x7 and 17x8, the flat gunmetal will look great with my flat green paint.




Now I just need to get some tires

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When I got home from work, I found these on my door.




Enkei Falcon. 17x7 and 17x8, the flat gunmetal will look great with my flat green paint.




Now I just need to get some tires

Rob

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Very nice. Can't wait to see them on the car.

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stripped the cradle down, now removing old sht exhaust hangers that were welded on (crappily welded), removing all rubbers from everything suspension to get ready for powder coating. ordered almost all new suspension parts from TFS and rodney, ordered a poly bushing kit and ordered poly mounts from PURPLE REIGN, bout to order a smaller pully, expandable braided sleeving for wiring loom and new tires for the aveo lol.



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Dropped an engine and transmission as one unit through the top of my IMSA... sucessfully bolted down and ready to go.

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Replaced a sheared pivot bolt on the alternator mount bracket.
The only bolt holding on the bracket was the bolt you use to adjust the tension.
It squealed a lot but I made a 8 mile return trip back to the house.

Total repair cost?---0.95 cents for a grade 8--- 3/8 x 3 1/2 inches

Missed the car show but I can live with a .95 cent repair.
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cleaned and polished the 84 for litiz show sat. then its off to mich. to get pics of my fiero with fiero factory
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Installed four new Goodyear GT tires all the way around. Thanks Cindy.
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I reattached my glove box skin and other interior pieces.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/111687.html

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Had a tire fixed. Had a small nail in it and was losing 6 lbs overnight.
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Painted my decklid and rear bumper yesterday and put them back on. Now I just need to finish the rest of the car and the engine swap. Anyone in SC interested in helping finish a 3.4pr swap?



Not too bad for 2 rednecks in a barn.

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just made an order for the following at the fiero store.

84-88 STRUT CAMBER ADJUSTER BOLT
84-88 UPPER STRUT PLATE
TEFLON GREASE FOR POLY. 3 PACK
84-88 GREASE FITTING CAPS
84-87 REAR LOWER BALL JOINT
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I'm finally putting the aluminum flywheel and new Spec stage 2 clutch into the T-Top, with a long list of other items.
 
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I had the wobbly steering wheel repaired.
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Rims (Enkie Falcon) met Tires (Kumho Ecsta XS) 17x7 (215/45) and 17x8 (245/45)

Can't wait to put them on. But I have to do something about the center caps. They gave me Chrome caps. Look like crap.







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quikgta, pretty sweet wheels. Gonna look great on your ride.
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qwikgta those rims are fantastic! They are almost exactly like what I am looking for. You have good taste. Once I sell my ghetto-fabulous rims and get little car painted I'll be getting some new rims too

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Got the rest of it sanded for paint on Sunday! Cleaned the paint booth and prepared car for paint!

That is Jetsnvettes2000 in the picture sanding on the car.



I can't wait till the paint is on it! Metallic Black.

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It was such a warm and beautiful day that I took advantage of it and cleaned and replaced some bulbs in my digital dash.

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Rims (Enkie Falcon) met Tires (Kumho Ecsta XS) 17x7 (215/45) and 17x8 (245/45)

Can't wait to put them on. But I have to do something about the center caps. They gave me Chrome caps. Look like crap.


Those look much better than the ones you have now. Can't wait to see them on the car.
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My 7 year old daughter and I washed the car and had a water fight.

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first i replaced my swaybar end links
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then i reset the IAC and took it for a drive filled it with gas and then washed it.

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i finished painting the last of the body panels this morning. i'll try to get some pictures up. this is the first car i have painted and it turn out pretty good. thanks for all the help i got from the forum members. i've asked several question and they all have been answered by members. i don't think i'll ever do a panel off paint job again. knowing me, i'll buy another fiero next year that'll need paint, and there i go again
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Busy weekend so far for a lot of you and it all looks great.

Here is my new dogbone courtesy of ImperfectTruth. A huge "thank you" will have to do for now. My old one has junk bushings.

After a quick cleaning it is now the same color as my car. I may let it hang in my garage overnight before I attempt to put it in so that the paint has a chance to harden unless I get impatient.



The paint had set up just fine so I put it in.

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Just alittle work on its new engine:

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Sat in it a bit with a sad face, to rest while working on my Mini. Hopefully replacing the master will resolve the clutch pedal issues. Hope to have her back on the road next week. And possibly with a "new" chin spoiler, and maybe a "new" stereo. Since I'll be pulling the head unit and amp out of my truck, before I trade it and the Mini in, the Fiero seems like a good place to put it.
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Had some Black Metallic laid down on it courtesy of Jetsnvettes2000 !!!




Absolutely love it!!!

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Got my new rims/tires on today. Enkie Falcon 17x8 (38), 17x7 (45). Kumho Esctsa XS 215 and 245/45's. Perfect offset.

For all those 88 owners out there this is the best offset.






better pics with the light is better.

Rob

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Rob, that looks really good. Do you happen to know the total weight of each wheel with those tires?
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Rob, that looks really good. Do you happen to know the total weight of each wheel with those tires?


No, but they were lighter than the Beretta GTZ rims w/ tires that were on it before. I know the rims were shipped as pairs, and they weighed 50lbs per set. I guess thats with the box too. Not sure of the tires.
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took a wire wheel to the quarter panels for a few hours.. same as yesterday.. lol
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Busy weekend so far for a lot of you and it all looks great.

Here is my new dogbone courtesy of ImperfectTruth. A huge "thank you" will have to do for now. My old one has junk bushings.

After a quick cleaning it is now the same color as my car. I may let it hang in my garage overnight before I attempt to put it in so that the paint has a chance to harden unless I get impatient.

The paint had set up just fine so I put it in.




Turned out really nice, really diggin on that color! You're very welcome, looks like it found a much better home than the trunk of my car haha.. If I knew you were gonna paint it I would've cleaned it up for ya but you did a great job
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Had to go up to our property in New Mexico and drain the pressure tank on the well for the winter. It was a nice day, so Mz Friz suggested we take the Fiero. Who was I to say no?

380 mile round trip, car ran like a champ....had a ball running it through the twisties between Cloudcroft and Mescalero. I'd rather drive than wrench any time. Great day.
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