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3 in a row


here is the bearing (ie) S10 in the upright and it fits without question

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Thanks for looking into this. The only thing I can figure is that my bearings are import. Looks like C4, Eldo, and S10 are interchangable and all fit into the C5 spindle if the mounting holes are moved slightly outward and allow the use of S10 axles. Now get back to work.

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Thanks for looking into this. The only thing I can figure is that my bearings are import. Looks like C4, Eldo, and S10 are interchangable and all fit into the C5 spindle if the mounting holes are moved slightly outward and allow the use of S10 axles. Now get back to work.

cant do that watching the daytona 500

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well spent half a day yesterday removing 8 inches of snow from my driveway and parking lot just to have it snow again today hate this eskimo pavement its hard to work in I hope it stops soon as I want to remove all the rear panels so I can redo all the rear sub structure for the new suspesion

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Hey Bubbajoexxxx, does your buddy have another Audi TT aluminum gas cap handing around?

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Hey Bubbajoexxxx, does your buddy have another Audi TT aluminum gas cap handing around?

unfortunetly only had one in the shop for repair

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Hey Bubba, thaw yourself out and get back to work !!!

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well Im hoping to get outside today and remove all the rear panels so the chassie can be renfoced to handle the new rear suspesion with a new desine as the old supports can be easily be removed but the eskimo weather is not letting up

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Bubbajoe... I like your computer chair... Finding computer chairs with intact seatbelt retainers is getting harder to find now day
oh yeah... and that car your building... I like it too


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Bubbajoe... I like your computer chair... Finding computer chairs with intact seatbelt retainers is getting harder to find now day
oh yeah... and that car your building... I like it too


-edit for spelling

when crussin Pennocks and workin on the computer you need to feel at home and this is the only way

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well i removed the body pannels today and as I had posted earlier the pannels all come of the same as a un modified fiero


with pannels of I started to do the frame supports

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because the old stucture was tired into the stut towers and the new setup does not use them the upper rails need to be redesined .I have the new desine already worked out and have started to remove and replace the new upper rails


this is a pics of the old rails

and this is the start of the new ones


the suspesion will be tired into the new upper rails


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I just wanted to thank you again for the help...

On my next Fiero that I do, I will do a few things different like leaving the trim... I used to hate the sidetrim, so adios' sidetrim...
Now... I kinda like it...

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I just wanted to thank you again for the help...

On my next Fiero that I do, I will do a few things different like leaving the trim... I used to hate the sidetrim, so adios' sidetrim...
Now... I kinda like it...

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it does make pannel removal alot simpler when mods need to be done

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Hey Bubba: That's where tacking saves time till it's right. ITS A JOKE!
The car's way cool but the part I can't believe is that you did the whole thing OUTSIDE... in the WINTER... in CANADA...

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Now that I see your radiators again I'm wondering what kind you are using. I went back and skimmed the first 14 pages but I didn't see it mentioned. I did see that you said they are in series. Which one gets the flow first the left or the right? Thanks.

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I can't believe is that you did the whole thing OUTSIDE... in the WINTER... in CANADA...

AHem... I'll have you know... it was 19C here today!! In CANADA!!!

(oh, that's like... warm in F. )

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when i see more of the car it is cause bubba is changing something else, i am begining to wonder if there will be any fiero left of it when it is done? probably just the the front half body panels.

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AHem... I'll have you know... it was 19C here today!! In CANADA!!!

(oh, that's like... warm in F. )

I wish it was that warm here in Toronto today -7

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Now that I see your radiators again I'm wondering what kind you are using. I went back and skimmed the first 14 pages but I didn't see it mentioned. I did see that you said they are in series. Which one gets the flow first the left or the right? Thanks.

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the rads are custom made and flow from the left to right

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when i see more of the car it is cause bubba is changing something else, i am begining to wonder if there will be any fiero left of it when it is done? probably just the the front half body panels.

80% fiero still left

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Hey Bubba: That's where tacking saves time till it's right. ITS A JOKE!
The car's way cool but the part I can't believe is that you did the whole thing OUTSIDE... in the WINTER... in CANADA...

dont we know the feeling cut chop dp it again till its right and it gets cold outside

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I saw the steel tubing in the shed. Come on let's get going...

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had to fix the jetta today for some strang reason it keep brakin the bolts that hold the ac comp. on and droping the belt put new bolts in 3 times now and made sure all the bol6ts and brackets are tight but it still brakes the bolt off this is the last time it happens again to the bone yard it will go .


but i did get the rad out on the drivers side and removed the old supports so i can put the new ones in tomorrow

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spent a couple hours today cutting up a bunch of tubing so I can start to weld the the chassie cross tie together tomorrow will post pics will be getting 10 inches of snow for the next 2 days so will have to work in the shed with little room to move around full of parts right now

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Yea. We're expecting a cold front to push through tomorrow, too. The temperatures are expected to drop into the upper 40s F. Brrrrr .

Keep up the good work,

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This is a little off topic but did you use a ARC welder to make the frame?

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This is a little off topic but did you use a ARC welder to make the frame?

all done with a mig arc will burn though the chassie and tubing as the tubing is 100 wall

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the rads are custom made and flow from the left to right


Thanks... In the back of my mind I was wondering if I could put dual radiators in the quarters of a non-stretched Fiero. I would need very small high efficiency heat exchangers though. Any idea how many BTUs/watts of heat a typical car engine rejects?

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Hey Bubba: That's where tacking saves time till it's right. ITS A JOKE!
The car's way cool but the part I can't believe is that you did the whole thing OUTSIDE... in the WINTER... in CANADA...

reminds me of the red/green show

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all done with a mig arc will burn though the chassie and tubing as the tubing is 100 wall

isn't all electrical non-resistance weld arc welding? i asume by arc people mean stick welding..
i've stick welded thin stuff - but you have to use the right stick and getting the current setting just right is fun too

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Now that I see your radiators again I'm wondering what kind you are using. I went back and skimmed the first 14 pages but I didn't see it mentioned. I did see that you said they are in series. Which one gets the flow first the left or the right? Thanks.

Jonathan

if someone does it succesfully i'm all for it.. I've wanted to turn the front into a fully functional trunk for years

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Thanks... In the back of my mind I was wondering if I could put dual radiators in the quarters of a non-stretched Fiero. I would need very small high efficiency heat exchangers though. Any idea how many BTUs/watts of heat a typical car engine rejects?

if you use 6 core wide spaced 3/4 tube rads 15X8 and run them in series it can be done in the side pannels but you would need good ducting to move the air in and out and use 2 high cfm 7 inch fans per rad and a 1 3/4" transfer tube between the rads and daul fan temp sencors for turning the fans on one on the engine and one in the leading rad

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reminds me of the red/green show

no duct tape here just a lot of welding

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here is what I have to contend with workin out side just finished cleanin it all up and it snowin again

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Hey bubba .. umm i could have sworn i thought you lived in BC for some reason lol .. is that true or have you been in ontario the whole time and im just seeing things now ? lol .. if so .. where you live about in ontario .. would love to see your great creation in person ..!!
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Hey bubba .. umm i could have sworn i thought you lived in BC for some reason lol .. is that true or have you been in ontario the whole time and im just seeing things now ? lol .. if so .. where you live about in ontario .. would love to see your great creation in person ..!!
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well you are about 40 min. away from me here in Toronto come by any time call me at
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if you use 6 core wide spaced 3/4 tube rads...

Thanks for the recipe...I'm no BubbaJoe but I'd like to give it a shot. My goal would be to turn the front into a fully useable trunk.

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Thanks for the recipe...I'm no BubbaJoe but I'd like to give it a shot. My goal would be to turn the front into a fully useable trunk.

with the right parts anything can be done

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full trunk would be nice . . . but that is a big weight shift in the wrong direction.

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