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7 years ago
1STLM
Yes, the drivetrain is currently in the car but I will be removing everything, maybe this summer, to check out the clutch, flywheel, cleaning, painting and replacing all rubber mounting and suspension parts. If still unknown at that time I will pull the top cover. The quarter panel insulation is mostly gone. Ok, the rear is sitting on jack stands so I just rotated engine with tranny in 4th gear
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7 years ago
1STLM
Can anyone help with identifying a 66 transaxle? So far I have been unable to confirm where the 66 transaxle ID stamp is located on the casing and I am trying to determine which gear ratio and type (standard or posi) is in my car. The only stamp I could find was right of the right axle and begins with AA. That tells me it is a 3:27 ratio and standard differential. However, both wheels turn to
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7 years ago
1STLM
They look like they may be fast arms. The left part number is 3863467GM8 but I have been unable to find any info on that part number. Is there a good cross reference for GM part numbers?
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7 years ago
1STLM
Thanks for the info Mike. When fast steering arms are put on are both the pitman and idler replaced. Any idea what length the originals would be? The idler is new and I imagine it is stock.
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7 years ago
1STLM
Yes, I did. Very nice car. Will be easy restoration. Frontend is squeaky and will tackle that soon, along with the trunk bottom etc. Trying to figure out if steering sector is a quick steer. Have read that standard lock to lock is 5 1/2 turns and quick steer is 4 but this one turns 4 1/2. Did all Corsas come with quick steer? It looks like the sector seals are gone and I would like to rebu
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7 years ago
1STLM
My name is Brice and I am in Bozeman, Mt. There probably aren't any local clubs around this area. I would like to keep the car as original as possible and only change out what is worn out. In fact the original carpet only has one 4 inch hole on the drivers' floor, is somewhat faded but in good condition otherwise. I may leave it. As for a dual master cylinder I was thinking about s
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7 years ago
1STLM
The past couple years I have been reading this forum and value the information provided here. Having just bought a 66 Corsa vert I will now be seeking my own information! My new car is a complete, virtually original, practically rust free California turbo car that I want to restore. However, I want to do things right and would like your opinions. The first order of business will be front susp
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