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computercarguy

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  1. If that is the indication for servicing, I guess I am long overdue.
  2. I choose to purchase a four post for home for the same reasons others have mentioned and because I store the Mustang on top during the winter; parking my daily driver underneath. Drip pans can be added to keep the fluids from ending up on the car parked underneath. Mine is an inexpensive unit, it is not fast going up or down so I definitely would not have it in a working shop. I taught auto tech and may favorite lift was a Hunter alignment scissor lift. That one came with two pneumatic jacks that rolled along the inside rails to lift under the suspension. I am low tech at home using two of those small Harbor Freight aluminum floor jacks. One thing I wished I would have considered is getting the wider option to make getting a full size pickup on it easier.
  3. I just spent several days under my dash wiring in the new EFI. Never have I had such neck and shoulder pain... and it lasted for days! I'm sure it is not because I am getting older and more out of shape. It must be that the dash is getting closer to the floor. Darn gravity!
  4. Nice! It will be a real beauty when you get it all sorted out.
  5. Going from memory: Besides the actual mounting hardware (plastic wears out) and the inner and outer door seals at the top of the door that help keep down rattling, there are two adjustable felt tipped braces that hold pressure on the glass. Picture of one on eBay. Looks like felt is falling off.
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