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Postby CRSMP5 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 5:29 pm

put air in tire... drove #370 for 1st time in 3 mo.. i miss it so... but till i get the turbo off to hope its got oil leaking.. cannot really drive it.. 200-250 miles per qt = fail

drove #337 round block... may take oops out tomarrow if nice as today..
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Re: what did you do today with your kubvan

Postby luckham » Mon Apr 08, 2013 1:13 am

replaced the left rear brake piston, only to find I should have replaced the right one too :)
Oh well another trip to the parts store.
Been thinking about getting back onto the 4X4 conversion, all the frame welding is done, have to get the pitman arm connected to the VW steering wheel and linkages while maintaining the safety aspects of it being able to collapse in a head on.
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Re: what did you do today with your kubvan

Postby Popgadget » Fri Apr 19, 2013 7:28 am

Pretty much all I've done with mine for the last year was drive it! I put about 10k miles on it since the restoration.
I had a new CV boot leak, and a few starter issues. Strangely one of the hardest parts to find for a stock automatic is the starter. Do any of you have any that you have removed for a engine or trans "upgrade"?
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Postby luckham » Sat Dec 21, 2013 3:42 pm

This is Crsmps original forum topic, now closed.
Please post you recent activities to the new forum one level up.
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