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Mblizzard
After cleaning and painting many parts, seems like one nut has escaped.

Any one happen to have one laying around?

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bdstone914
QUOTE(Mblizzard @ Apr 7 2018, 12:47 PM) *

After cleaning and painting many parts, seems like one nut has escaped.

Any one happen to have one laying around?

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I have them. Or get a 14mm nyloc nut.

And the brake line bracket is bent. A big Cresent wrench works good to straighten them.
mepstein
I have one that I can send you for free but I’m planning on using new. It shouldn’t be hard to find.
Mblizzard
QUOTE(bdstone914 @ Apr 7 2018, 02:29 PM) *

QUOTE(Mblizzard @ Apr 7 2018, 12:47 PM) *

After cleaning and painting many parts, seems like one nut has escaped.

Any one happen to have one laying around?

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I have them. Or get a 14mm nyloc nut.

And the brake line bracket is bent. A big Cresent wrench works good to straighten them.


While I have little that is Orginal on the Car, my OCD at least wants things to match. If you could send one that would be awesome. Just let me know how much.
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Of course you recognize your other excellent work?
Mblizzard
Well went ahead and purchased all new ones. Went to put them on, got the 22mm socket. Son of a bitch headbang.gif there is the nut inside the socket.

I hate being a dumb ass!

mepstein
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poorsche914
QUOTE(Mblizzard @ Apr 15 2018, 07:10 PM) *
... the nut inside the socket.

Pretty sure the nut was HOLDING the socket happy11.gif

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koozy
New nuts are nice to have. Don't sweat the small stuff.
Mblizzard
QUOTE(koozy @ Apr 15 2018, 09:53 PM) *

New nuts are nice to have. Don't sweat the small stuff.


Shooting for engine back in this week end.
Mblizzard
QUOTE(poorsche914 @ Apr 15 2018, 05:46 PM) *

QUOTE(Mblizzard @ Apr 15 2018, 07:10 PM) *
... the nut inside the socket.

Pretty sure the nut was HOLDING the socket happy11.gif

driving.gif


No way to really discount that!

In this effort I have tried to account for all items and replace things that were suspect. But because I had the new ones I went ahead and changed them all! Now that's a nut!
simonjb
Thats too funny! and something I would have done
Krieger
Think of them as spares for the next debacle. biggrin.gif
bdstone914
QUOTE(Mblizzard @ Apr 15 2018, 04:10 PM) *

Well went ahead and purchased all new ones. Went to put them on, got the 22mm socket. Son of a bitch headbang.gif there is the nut inside the socket.

I hate being a dumb ass!


Buying new parts is a sure fire way to find the missing ones. Works for me all the time.
koozy
QUOTE(bdstone914 @ Apr 16 2018, 06:59 AM) *


Buying new parts is a sure fire way to find the missing ones. Works for me all the time.


Yea, me too. smash.gif
koozy
My favorite part of the process is getting the new parts home and going out to the garage to put them away for installation later and not being able to put the parts where I wanted to because the part I was replacing is sitting in the spot I had planned on setting things down. blink.gif
theer
Yep - I often find the "other" set of identical new parts that I purchased and forgot about. This happens right about now, after a winter of collecting parts for the spring project season.

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