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Old 06-10-2006, 09:11 PM   #1
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Figured I might as well, my 93 is slipping out of my reach soon...
Managed to take the 93s Trans cooler as well....did a compleat swap, the 93 now has the 97s set up, the 93 lives on in my 97!
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Looky, a trans COOLER!
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You should consider keeping the 93 wheels too.
Maybe you can find some cheap crappy wheels to put on it just to take it to the crusher.
Strip as much as you can off it for spare parts.
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Wheels on my 93 are pretty bad, only three are good now...the fourth is missing chunks from that S10.......******..hurt my baby like that...anyways
the other three are eaten away at from salt, the ones on the 97 are perfect!
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I was thinking about two for the slicks.
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I catch your drift now
Shmoke shows eh...
......i can get those wheels for dirt cheap from worth through auto wreckers when the time comes though..
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You're lucky to have a source for them. I search the local yards here for a year and never found one. Good ol John made my day last year with Gravenges old wheels.
It'* looking more like the whole family will be going to WCBF this year so I will probably be Loomising them to Bill in a few weeks.
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Didn't even know you got an 97'. Welcome to the powerful S2! Man I work too much.
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You should consider keeping the 93 wheels too.
Maybe you can find some cheap crappy wheels to put on it just to take it to the crusher.
Strip as much as you can off it for spare parts.
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The pic. with the Series I engine cover REALLY took me for a loop It'* been a long day...

Looks great matt
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Matt, it looks like it will be simple to fab up a reflectix CAI with that set-up. If you wait until next month, I can help you fab up a good one. Just purchase some of that insulating material and a roll of aluminum tape.

I'm sure you can handle it yourself though.
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