[MR2] mk 1 tires
scottl at cape.com
Thu Nov 15 13:06:35 EST 2007
You can pull the dash/gauges apart without removing the wheel. I've done
it several times.
wbrandt1 at sbcglobal.net wrote:
> The way this car feels with the new hard rubber I wonder if the wear rating isn't closer to 1000 ;-) Still, with my Tokiko Blues (extra stiff shocks) I'm happy with the handling although I am sure most of you would like stickier tires
> All this shakin' has exentuated something loose in the left portion of my instrument panel - behind the wiper switch? Probably a loose bolt - but before I get to that (pulling the wheel) I want to get my other car on the road - been sitting in the garage for a month while I changed the alternator and speedo cable and now waiting for a seat part (the spring box) from Germany but that is typical for my DIY projects ;-)
> Still I want to have at least 1 car running so I will leave the steering wheel on Mr 2 until my other car is running....
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