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jockellis
post Feb 3 2019, 04:48 PM
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Iím sure this question has been asked and answered many times in 1,195 pages but it one is going to put a jackstand under a front donut, where should the floor jack be oushing the car upward?
Also, it looking at the sheet metal above the steering mechanism I find done light surface rust - California car. Is there an easier way of eliminating this than taking the steering off ? It looks like some hand sanding will be called for.
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post Feb 4 2019, 09:05 AM
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DEAD CENTER under the front cross member

rack and pinion cover must come off for sandblasting and power painting. NOT conventional paint

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Iím sure this question has been asked and answered many times in 1,195 pages but it one is going to put a jackstand under a front donut, where should the floor jack be oushing the car upward?
Also, it looking at the sheet metal above the steering mechanism I find done light surface rust - California car. Is there an easier way of eliminating this than taking the steering off ? It looks like some hand sanding will be called for.
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jams4dad
post Feb 4 2019, 11:46 AM
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Please forgive my ignorance, DR914, what's power painting and how is it different from spraying conventional automotive paint?

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DEAD CENTER under the front cross member

rack and pinion cover must come off for sandblasting and power painting. NOT conventional paint

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Iím sure this question has been asked and answered many times in 1,195 pages but it one is going to put a jackstand under a front donut, where should the floor jack be oushing the car upward?
Also, it looking at the sheet metal above the steering mechanism I find done light surface rust - California car. Is there an easier way of eliminating this than taking the steering off ? It looks like some hand sanding will be called for.


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