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Nansea 19 May : 04:18PM
Does anyone know if there will be another Blue Ridge Bus Tour later in the year?
Nightmare 18 May : 07:58PM
Yep 13 turns is ok. Putting back by number of turns is just a general guide to get it close assuming it was aligned correctly before you started.
91&84vw 17 May : 06:22PM
what do you know about tie rods it said put back on with same # of turns as taken off took off in 12 turns but takes 13 to put back on the locking nut is in same spot at the 13 turns is this ok need to know now
shaun 10 May : 04:18PM
WHAT'S UP,YOU BUNCH OF FREAKS:D
dougnkaren 26 Apr : 04:45PM
Who's a good engine guy in the Greensboro area? Anyone out there?
Bob 26 Apr : 09:06AM
Yes, its me OBB. Sorry you left yours, glad you found another. I have left mine off a couple times, it makes a mess. I hope the rest of your trip goes well
lunarhoney 25 Apr : 04:18PM
Orange bus bob! (is that you?) i left my oil cap in daytona after changing my oil at charlie's place..woops. well i found another one here close by. Thanks! : D
Bob 25 Apr : 12:25PM
Welcome Hannah! You may want to post in the wanted forum also. Have a safe trip
lunarhoney 25 Apr : 11:05AM
Hi! just signed up today. My name is Hannah. I drive a 1960 Bus with a type 1 engine. My dad and i restored it together. Right now I'm in Myrtle Beach, SC and realized my oil fill cap is missing! anyone in the area have a spare? it would greatly appreciated. thanks!!(*)
Dixie 24 Apr : 11:18AM
Welcome aboard. Just let us know if U need anything.
Joined: Tue Aug 07 2012, 11:09AM Location: Huntsville, AL Posts: 5
Thanks for the links Kevin. Those will definitely provide wrenching opportunities! LOL. But it is a start and low entry cost for sure. Browsing the samba site proven to be quite interesting. Some really cool custom and originals on there. Gives me some ideas!
Thanks Japhy! I appreciate it.
I've never done any metal work before, but it appears that if I get into this I'll get a chance to learn how.
Next thing I need to do is start looking a pricing on parts. Just to get an idea of what to expect to pay over the long term if I am going to have to do a full/most resto. I don't know much, but what I do know, I'm not sure of.