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gadgetolds Offline
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This is my first pip replacement and I have 2 distributors here. One has alot less miles on it. My question is, how easy should the shaft slide into place? The higher mileage original shaft seems to bind up and needs pushed through with some force, but once its in place it spins freely once past that point. The lower mileage one slips all the way through with no binding, no side play on either. Which one should I use? I see no obvious differences in the two. Except the higher mileage shaft has alot more discoloration in the middle of the shaft...

Common sense says to use the lower mileage no binding shaft, so thats what Im going with, a word of reassurance would be nice tho lol
1988 Turbo Coupe - A237 cam, K&N Cone, T3(.60-.63), 255 Walbro, Gillis BV, gutted and knifed intakes, ported e6, 3" elbow/dp to dual 2.5s, Kirban and spearco fmic.

Up next, ported head, t3/t4 upgrade.
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Pete D Offline
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Quote:Common sense says to use the lower mileage no binding shaft, so thats what Im going with, a word of reassurance would be nice tho lol
You chose well Grasshopper.
Pete Dunham


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Gulfdiver Offline
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Yah gotta love that guy!
!!!!! MINE ALL MINE !!!!!
1988 TBird Turbo Coupe Mach 1 Special Edition
K&N airfilter; Spec Stage 3.. More mods to come!
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