Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Toronto, Ontario
I will have a 3LDZ of my own to fiddle with if all goes well (and it looks like it is going to happen), so no spares needed, but thanks for the offer. When I replaced my exhaust, the nuts weren't that hard to get off! If you really need to cut them off, you can always use a hack saw to cut through the bolt, or my personal favorite..a dremel or handheld grinder. Those work REAL well.
I am getting a second opinion on the turbo from a shop that just does turbo's... they sound much more promising.. not to mention knowledgeable. Hopefully won't be to pricy.
Did you want a hand with your turbo replacement? Is your bumper off the car?
1956 Chevy 3100
2009 Subaru Forester
2003 KX250 X2(I like my toys!!)