Step 1 Of many To comeplete the Exhaust! Part II click on the link below. Part II has a finished Exhaust and is way better video and sound.
THE RETURN OF TANK.
LOUD Mountaineer (Tank)!!!
Part II of Tank. YOU WOULD NEVER THINK THAT THis CAME FROM THIS 5.0 V8
SMALL BLOCK AND PROB ONE OF THE BEST SOUNDING 5.0 V8. Tank has just got a
new Exhaust system but the company did
not get all of the leaks fix.
THE RETURN OF TANK.
TANKS LAST MOMENT.
HAVING FUN WITH TANK.
How to Install Camber Bolts
How to install camber kits, How to adjust camber, camber bolts, camber bolt
installation, camber bolt adjustment, camber bolt alignment, camber bolt
removal, camber alignment, how to fit camber bolts, front camber bolts,
ford ranger, ford explorer, mazda b3000
**This video will show you how to put in camber bolts so you can adjust the
camber on your car or truck. You do not need any special tools to do this
job, just a few basic hand tools. The job straight forward and anyone with
basic tools can do it!
Here are the camber bolts I used:
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1997 Ford Explorer 3rd brake light refitted to Dorman LED unit
Couple of notes here: I didn't show every step for installation. Showing
how to remove the molding was my main intent for this video. ,
specifically the electrical wiring. I figured that is basic stuff that most
do-it-yourselfers would know. After I uploaded this
video and I realized that the camera was pointed a little too high so I
spliced in a video at the end showing closeups of rivets that need to be
removed and of the acorn nut locations. Was in a bit of a crappy mood there
at the end...apologize for the language...nothing personal. Also, that unit
that I show being removed (at 3:04) is a ballast for the original
fluorescent light. It's not needed with the new LED unit. I just tossed
mine. At 3:12 after removing the ballast there are 3 #10 nuts that need to
be removed that are located on the back of the original light housing. The
center one directly behind the ballast and one on each side that are behind
the quarter size rubber plugs.