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anyone know a good online parts interchange list?

Old 07-05-2006, 11:42 PM
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yeah, i've got the load leveler and the rear inflator, but the shocks are dry rotted and i'm sure the pump is burned out...


need to be replaced. will jacking up the back end actually help when racing?
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Yes, it helps prevent weight transfer to the rear, and keeps it on the front where you need the traction.
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Originally Posted by willwren
Yes, it helps prevent weight transfer to the rear, and keeps it on the front where you need the traction.
well i've got another trick up my sleeve for that too.
i've got a nice big windsheild sitting directly over the drive wheels. that oughtta count for something.
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it works now, it'* just slugish. the inflator does not work. the back end makes some noice every now and then, but nothing really happens...
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while cleaning out the glovebox today i came across the RPO codes! what an odd place to put them.

so here you go JR
1gmdu06l95t231659................................. ........................2UM06
AAA AB5 AG9 AJ2 AJ3 A14 AP9 AR4 AU0 A31 C3E C49 C57
C67 DD9 DK6 DL5 E58 E88 FE1 FE9 FW2 GQ1 G67 IPC JM4
KG9 KN8 K34 L27 MXO M13 NF2 NK4 N33 PH6 P42 R6R R7N
TTN U83 UK3 UX1 U71 U79 VH9 VK3 V54 V73 XIN Y86 YD5
YO6 YIN ZP7 1AY 1SE 1SZ 14C 14I 1SP 35U 6ZH 7ZH 85F
95 F
8C/CC............................WA-U1321.....................................14C


hope that means something to you.
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is that good or is there a 4:10 running around somewhere that i need to steal?
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