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Old 02-24-2009, 08:10 PM   #21
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Update- Put new Springs in the back and did my alignment, MUCH better now! Rear doesn't sag HALF as much(and I've got two 12"* in the trunk). Might end up going down a little in the back once settled, but looks about stock height again for now! Will post pictures tomorrow! No update on doors, too cold out!
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Thats her on the Alignment rack after new rear springs.. Also, Friday went from two 12" subs in a sealed box on a 500w amp(all JL Audio) To a Sinlge 12" sub in a ported box on a 600w amp(all Megaloud), hits MUCH harder and weighs less. Today, took off the winter wheels and put on a set of 16" chrome Caddy wheels off my bro'* old 95 Eldorado, tire size 225/60R16. Fits with no issues, rides very nice, looks decent. I'll try and take a pic tomorrow! No update on doors lol, snows gone but now too muddy to walk out back to the shed and tinker with them....
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Glad to see your getting er done. Alot of work you have in the car. Hope she treats you right.
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I think you and I have the same 16" Caddy wheels. I'll see when you post pictures. Is it going to be a winter beater with those wheels on it?
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Yah well it started as a winter beater, but the more I drive it(and more $ i dump into it) I actually kind of like the car now lol, so I might as well make it look half decent.. Currently its my winter beater but will probably my DD for a little while as well, as the Truck isnt ready for the road yet..
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UPDATE

Of course, it rained. but here are tqo pics of the 16" chrome wheels off the 95 Eldorado, they look alright, but the 225/60R16'* ride MUCH better, and feel better all around compared to the 205/70R15 ...
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AND SOME UH-OH I NEED HELP PICS!!!! from today

Bye-bye back seat

notice the water on the floor
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YIKES!!
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Passenger side as well from the outside, looking up towards the strut/inner fenderwell
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Basically, my beack seat and floor have been getting SOAKED when it rains, so i decided to see how bad the rot is. ONLY rust on the car, rest of car is mint. Its VERY strange. Clearly, as you can tell, the passenger side rear fenderwell is rusted. Is this common? How should I go about fixing this? Im leaving for Myrtle Beach SC on friday for Spring Break and need to do ATLEAST a temporary fix before then.. what should I do?
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I'd hit in some cold galvanizing spray and use some spray urethane insulation foam for a quickie. Both can be had at Lowes/Home Depot. Watch the foam if you go that route, it really expands.
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Heres a pic I just ran out and took, you see the passenger side seatbelt and where the back of where the seat should be, If you can figure out the angle. This is where it actually comes into the car from(right against the seat)

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I have similar issues with my 94, but it'* not nearly as bad. My trunk hole was just big enough for a finger, but it'* been filled in. I bulked up the weather stripping around the doors and the trunk. The best thing to do would be to clean up all that metal and then have someone weld the hole shut. Then, paint it with ceramic undercoating. It just stops rust immediately.
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