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Got the dash painted up. I went with gloss because the shop didn't have any semi. I actually don't mind it, so I think I'll keep it.
The flash ruins the picture.. I'll try and get another one without flash.



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Still can't get a great pic of it because of the gloss... oh well these will have to do.



I'll have to make sure I replace the harness now Laughing


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It's taking shape Hybrid, it will look good when its finished.


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looking good hybrid


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Where's the AOD mate?


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Can't pick it up until this coming weekend.. I think he was away until Sunday night.


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Rebuilt the power steering control valve today. It's not too hard to do, so hopefully I got it right!




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Hey Jeff, keep that silicone away from the shed. It will create havoc when trying to paint the car.

If getting it done in a shop, let them know it has been around as they will really have to wash the body down well. Shocked


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Ahhh good news Shocked

No probs, I'll put the lid back on now and leave it on Shocked


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Picked up the AOD this morning.
Needs a bit of a clean, but should come up fine. I'll probably send it away to get checked over and then paint it up.



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Hey Hybrid, are you going to paint as is when cleaned or are you going to deburr it before the paint is applied. What do people normally do???


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I'll just clean it up with some degreaser and then some wire brushes and paint it. Unless it was for a show car, nobody sees it anyway.


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Give it a basic clean & then get the auto trans place to clean it again. They normally have the correct gear to clean them. Idea


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This may seem a bit out there.. but im told it works a treat...
If you want to keep alloy surfaces clean, without painting... soak them in Mr Sheen.. Stops oil and cr@p soaking into the surface..


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Mr Sheen = straight silicone. I mentioned silicone in an earlier post.


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