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Black Betty, Round 2 by BobadooFunk
Started on: 06-24-2007 11:36 PM
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Ok. enough of the old thread. you all know the story by now.. my luck sucks. really bad..

so lets get her moving and legal!


but there are still a few of you willing to help I start school tomorrow, so i need her ASAP!!!

im stumped on replacing the front shock, the top bolt broke (bottom i can do..)




Then i started to get her ready for this weekend!


i made this


and its pretty much out.. i have to disconnect a hose or 2.. and finish lifting it up.




so far ive noticed, hard tranny lines NEED to be replaced, all ebrake cables NEED cradle bushings need replaced, TRYing to order asap! see fiero store site problems thread... ill need brake fluid, tranny fluid, coolant (just trying to have some organization..)

tomorrow i have to open the restaurant at 7am.. then im out at 5, and on to school by 6:15 till 10pm.. so i doubt much work tomorrow but we'll see!
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Whomever's going to be up there doing the transplant, if they carry drill bits, an easy-out, and some taps and dies. That should take care of the shock bolt.

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AAAAAND poly cradle bushings ordered! YAY! Fiero store pulls through again! ( i called and ordered, then payed via paypal.) now to get a torch of some sort to burn out CRAP old rubber ones.

WOW itll be nice.. all new tranny+motor mounts, poly dogbone, poly cradle bushings, brand new shocks+struts, eibachs in back... o i cant wait to drive her!!
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and it begins. I love it.

also, new mounts
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Jerry, check to see if your local parts store carries "PB Blaster". It comes in a spray can, and is great on rusted bolts, etc. I couldn't get the O2 sensor in my car to budge....sprayed a little of that on it, let it sit for a couple of minutes, tapped it with a hammer to help break it loose...and it came right out, no problem. Spray it on that broken bolt, trying to get it up into the threads that are left. Wouldn't hurt to spray it a few times before "the gang" shows up to help you swap engines...may help to get it out. It will also help with any other bolts, nuts, etc., that you have to loosen or remove.

edit...congrats on starting school!

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Congrats on starting school! Looking forward to photos, video and whatever else of the upcoming transplant. Hope everything goes as planned and good luck!
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Nice mounts......

Things are looking good...
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bump, roll call for whose coming this sat
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YAY for poly!

boy am i glad, cause most of the rubber on her is shot.


not sure which goes where just yet, but ill figure it out..

so is anyone besides Back on Holiday comin ?
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What's goin on this Saturday?
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WATCH!!!

Click here to watch coolant

Click here to watch YES-82-34

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Left to do!!

Replace brake line(s)
Fix auto tranny line leak
put in front schock
put in rear cradle bolts(gotta buy washers+nuts)
finish up engine bay (clean up wiring etc)
EXHAUST! ( i have one, welding still needs done)
full ebrake setup

that SHOULD get it driveable and pass inspection. but i gotta wait till i get $ to do anything right now.. i have $0.73 till fri
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ok for people wanting to send parts.

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(Bobadoo Funk works fine )

no $.

try to post what youre sending, so someone else doesnt send the same part!
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Alright, I'll confess.... You have some front shocks headed your way.
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Alright, I'll confess.... You have some front shocks headed your way.



EEK!! i hope you didnt send em yet!! i just put new monroe sensa trac's on there!

Parts Needed.
rear brake lines in good condition. (i hope fronts are ok..)
full e-brake set up in decent-good condition.
hard tranny lines in good condition.
and possibly a new cv boot? ill check if they have em here at pepy's.. i hope its not a PITA to replace...


other than that.. its pretty good to go!

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Do you need the brake flex hose at the caliper or the hard lines?
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Do you need the brake flex hose at the caliper or the hard lines?


whole thing

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this is what i am buying asap.

85-87 STAINLESS STEEL METAL BRAKE LINE SET
Most Fieros have rusted/rotted mild steel brake lines that are already leaking or will start to leak soon. Our new brake lines have been CNC mandrel bent to match OEM specifications. Each brake line is made from aircraft quality seamless T304 stainless steel that meets all DOT and S.A.E. specifications. The gravel guard (spring wrap) is also manufactured from T304 stainless steel. This kit includes all of the hard steel brake lines required to replace your originals. Sold only in sets and fits 85-87 models only. Click here for kit diagram.

Part # 56002 Price: $159.95 Qty:


Fierostore. i think i have some cores they wany too..
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If you're buying new flex hoses too, check Rock Auto. Their prices are cheaper than the Fiero Store's. I got them for my Formula there, and they're genuine AC Delco parts. Double check to see if the 10% club discount w/ The Fiero Store will make the difference, though.
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*DOH*

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Originally posted by BobadooFunk:

this is what i am buying asap.

85-87 STAINLESS STEEL METAL BRAKE LINE SET

Part # 56002 Price: $159.95 Qty:


Fierostore. i think i have some cores they wany too..


I bought the 88's for my Formula and was very pleased. The earlier years may be different but I found it helped immensely to remove the spare tire bucket up front. IIRC there is a line attached to it underneath you need to disconnect first.

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here's a list of lines off the inlinetube.com website, they list tranny lines is why im listing this:


1984-88 Pontiac Fiero
Brake Line Stainless OEM
POB84F1 1984-87 Power Disc Line Set 7pc $180.00 $155.00
POB84F2 1988 Power Disc Line Set 7pc $180.00 $155.00
Fuel Lines
POF8401 1984 Main, Return, Vapor 3pc, 4cyl $110.00 $145.00
From Tank to Back of Firewall
POF8701 1987 Fuel Vapor Lines 2pc (one 1/4" tube, one 5/16" tube) $50.00 $40.00
Trans Cooler Lines
POT8401 2pc, 5/16" Front to Rear $120.00 $95.00
Engine Lines - Fuel Injection
POE8601 1986 2.8L Rail Inlet Line $35.00 $25.00
POE8602 1988 2.8L Main Fuel Rail Inlet Line $35.00 $25.00
POE8603 1988 2.8L Fuel Return Rail Inlet Line $35.00 $25.00
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EEK itll be a while before all that, but the brake lines are a necessity, and i might JUST be able to squeeze it in.
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ok well at least i finally did this:

its a decent temporary fix, and its not like its high pressure.. but it stopped the leak!

tomorrow before work im picking up a few bolts+ washers, and ordering my new brake lines. then i got a ton of misc stuff to do.. ive decided i will use the rubber hoses on there, i think theyre ok for now.. in 2-4 weeks ill get the ocelot ones from the Fiero store. (unless i can dig up some stuff in my house to sell on ebay...)

then the next 2 biggies are e-brake and getting my exhaust together.. ( i have it, i just need it together!)
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YAY! im pushing it here, but i ordered all new lines, and the ocelot braided set as well. i decided its more of a need cause brakes are kind of important

i also went out and bought some bolts i need today. which means as soon as i get back from work tonight, i got stuff to do!
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do you still need the e-brake?
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before you know it, you'll be driving her around!
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do you still need the e-brake?



YES!!

ok , ill admit, after work i planned on working on the car.. but 2 cute girls invited me and a friend to a party.. (i cant turn down 2 cute girls!) then me and him hit up some local bars ( he spent $20 on drinks, i spent $2, pop is cheep ) but i dont work untill 4 tomorrow, so im definately doin some stuff tomorrow (well today really..)

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New shock finally in!!



Cradle is all tightened up


i finally get to use my 3 yr old strut tower bar..



and i made a startling discovery today, the lines are no where near as bad as i thought.. DOH! so.. tomorow i may take it down the block
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do you still need the e-brake?

Originally posted by BobadooFunk:
YES!!


Should be on the way on Monday.
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better safe than sorry with brake lines, especially w/o an E-brake

remember to check your trans fluid, we only got a couple quarts put in there.

oh, btw I cant get over the guy in the van screeching to a stop, hopping out and asking us if we wanted some cheap steaks, and then asking if we wanted cheap laptops....

Steaks and Laptops....
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better safe than sorry with brake lines, especially w/o an E-brake

remember to check your trans fluid, we only got a couple quarts put in there.

oh, btw I cant get over the guy in the van screeching to a stop, hopping out and asking us if we wanted some cheap steaks, and then asking if we wanted cheap laptops....

Steaks and Laptops....


ha! weirdo..

o and already refilled tranny fluid and thats what i figured about the lines better sooner than later.. (still alot of $ though!)

and Fierotaz, AWESOME! how much of it? cables etc? want me to pay for s+h?

im at work now (shhhh dont tell anyone!) but im going to try and bleed the brakes either when i get home, or tomorrow.. then perhaps get her to move a few inches..

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( he spent $20 on drinks, i spent $2, pop is cheep )


Jerry, I don't know about Pittsburgh, but around here, if you tell the bartender you're the designated driver, your pop is free....

Keep up the good work...I check your threads daily to see how you're doing...

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where did you get that strut bar? I am looking for one
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where did you get that strut bar? I am looking for one


Darrel Morse, im not sure if hes still around, check the mall.. i bought it 2-3 years ago though for my other Fiero.. not sure if he still makes/has em..

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Spent the day at RotrexFiero's place walked away with a smile! another great day with a good Fiero person.







our flow test.


had to plug up some odd hole..



transport


home!


and of course his awesome 2.8 turbo!




its amazing. he took me for a thrill ride around some mountain curves...

so now i have an exhaust! ( i hope it fits..) im checking later..


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Hey BD thanks for the compliments...glad you liked the ride, so you know what your next project is......TURBO BETTY!!!

Anyway, you dropped your donut (exhaust) in my driveway. Thank my small shiht-zu for finding it. I know she was not much help hiding from the blinding light of the welder but she did find it while going for a walk.

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wow, what a CLEAN garage Rotex!

get that exhaust on jerry.... you have hangers, springs, bolts for the y-pipe hook up?
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Originally posted by Back On Holiday:

wow, what a CLEAN garage Rotex!

get that exhaust on jerry.... you have hangers, springs, bolts for the y-pipe hook up?


well.. i have to do a lil tweaking, the bolt hole for the y-pipe doesnt line up.. but i have an idea... not sure whan ill be able to do it, but asap.

i have some stuff, i cant remember what, but ill dig it out tonight...

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