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3,000 miles after the rebuild, I put on 2 rear hub bearings. Then proceeded to spin out on I-75 at 70 MPH into a ditch. Thankfully, my car was surprisingly unscathed. I had popped a bead off a tire, bent a rear trailing arm, and a rear hub bearing was loose. I'm so glad nothing worse happened. A couple hundred feet closer or farther, and I would have a different car.
After that ordeal, I replaced the radiator, the loose rear bearing, the passenger front bearing, both trailing arms replaced, tie rod ends, trans lines, rack boot, and an alignment. It sure handled a lot better and no more leaking trans lines!
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Geez man, good to hear your alright! sorry to hear about what happened to your car!

it's also good to hear about the handling and the trans line improvements as well!

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Brief break from posting about things I have done to post what I did today.
I switched over to synthetic 5w-30 5,000 miles ago. I figured since I had 185,000 miles it was sort of a gamble but it couldn't hurt so I did it. I knew I would leak more oil than I was, with the synthetic cleaning stuff out better.
I check the oil about every 500 miles maybe less depending what I'm under the hood for. I noticed in 1-2,000 miles that the oil level was decreasing rather rapidly, so I did some poking around. Sure enough, the engine mount bracket was full of oil; time for a front main.
I couldn't find any videos at all about replacing the front main on a 3800. My Haynes says just take the bolt off and pull the balancer out. Yeah right.
Bro got home with his good impact and the bolt came out no prob. Unfortunately, we couldn't get a puller on the balancer with the oil filter adapter in place. There is a small bolt behind the adapter that I took off and that allowed me to get my puller, affectionately named "Stone Age Puller" due to it looking like it came from that era, in there. It was only making contact on the edge of the balancer bolt, but it came out!! Such a good feeling when that happens
Popped the old seal out, didn't look too bad but after 190,000 it can't hurt to replace it. Put a little RTV on the side of the seal, minding not to put any on the bottom because there is an oil drain hole in the front timing cover there, and tapped it in place. Coated both balancer and seal lip with oil and drove the balancer back in. Tightened everything up, filled her up with oil, and we are good to go.
Took me about 2 hours including tire rotation so not bad for not seeing it done before. Now to see if the new seal does the same thing; shouldn't tho

Balancer off04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4738.jpg
Old seal, new seal04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4739.jpg
Bolt that I took out04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4740.jpg
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"Stone Age" and seal puller 04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4744.jpg
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My steering wheel looked like pot as the pictures show. Let's fix it and replace the turn stalk as well
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Got it pulled.
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Duplicolor paint from amazon. GM Lt Neutral04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4757.jpg
Old leather New leather04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4759.jpg
All finished! 04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4761.jpg
Gotta love that clear coat!!
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Big thanks to ChrisFix and his vid on this. I used his tips and the products he recommended:
I had to cut and trim the leather which worked pretty good. First time doing this so it's not 100% but looks pretty darn good IMHO. I am really digging the clear coat on the wheel sides, airbag, and plastic covers. Really takes the quality up a notch.
Drove it today and it's so nice. Feels like a better car. I'm going to really like this fix!
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Nice job that wheel looks awesome!!!

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My radiator never really has had a good top mount situation. I've tried zip tying it but they always broke. Tried metal zip ties but they didn't secure hard enough.
Finally bought some speed nuts and bolts and fixed it right. 04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4769.jpg04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4770.jpg
Funny now most of my front end noise is gone
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My steering wheel looked like pot as the pictures show. Let's fix it and replace the turn stalk as well


Got it pulled.

Duplicolor paint from amazon. GM Lt Neutral
Old leather New leather
All finished!
Gotta love that clear coat!!

Big thanks to ChrisFix and his vid on this. I used his tips and the products he recommended:

I had to cut and trim the leather which worked pretty good. First time doing this so it's not 100% but looks pretty darn good IMHO. I am really digging the clear coat on the wheel sides, airbag, and plastic covers. Really takes the quality up a notch.
Drove it today and it's so nice. Feels like a better car. I'm going to really like this fix!
Hoo! Thats Awesome!!! So much better. The wheel looks almost original! Great job.

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Nice work! Looking great!
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Wash, polish, and wax today. 04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4839.jpg
I love cleaning my car, but the more I clean it the more it needs to be painted Lol Check this out: 04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4837.jpg
Too many scratches and scrapes to fix without repainting, but it still shines good
Also fixed my front door handles. Whoever the dingbat was that put them in didn't make sure the bottom was snapped in before tightening the bolts, leading to this:04Imp38 Mod Thread-img_4843.jpg I took the handles off and straightened everything out and they line up perfect now. Getting the driver handle out was fun due to the keyed lock getting in the way, but I figured it out.
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That hood might could be saved with a good buffing.

If you don't have a good buffer, I recommend this one:



Significantly cheaper than repainting the hood, although by the time you buy the pads and compound, you'll be about the cost of a repaint. HOWEVER, you will now have a professional quality buffer and all of the materials needed to buff out anything you want for a LONG time.


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That hood might could be saved with a good buffing.

If you don't have a good buffer, I recommend this one:
Buffer

Significantly cheaper than repainting the hood, although by the time you buy the pads and compound, you'll be about the cost of a repaint. HOWEVER, you will now have a professional quality buffer and all of the materials needed to buff out anything you want for a LONG time.3M buffing system


Thanks for the info Ryd, I'll check that out for sure.
It's too hard to see in the pictures, but there's a ton of stone chips that are down to bare metal, and what looks like a nice big spot of bird doo doo corrosion that is starting to rust. I don't know how long I have before it's past saving, but I am willing to put a new hood on when it comes time.
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Yeah, chips and the like can't be saved with buffing unfortunately. But a buffer is still a great tool to have around!
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So funny story here. @09_Impala_SS just bought BCRacing coilovers yesterday, and yesterday I had finally saved up enough to buy them. So here it is:
My shocks are doing pretty poor right now, so while I'm at it I might as well replace them with the best. I can't wait!! Will keep everyone updated, I plan to install them as soon as they come then get an alignment shortly thereafter.
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So funny story here. @09_Impala_SS just bought BCRacing coilovers yesterday, and yesterday I had finally saved up enough to buy them. So here it is:
My shocks are doing pretty poor right now, so while I'm at it I might as well replace them with the best. I can't wait!! Will keep everyone updated, I plan to install them as soon as they come then get an alignment shortly thereafter.

Lol that is funny. I see you bought them from ZZP. I purchased them directly from BCRacing. Not to be the barer of bad news. But I paid $1,020.00 at the BC site using a $30 off coupon. BC30OFF


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Lol that is funny. I see you bought them from ZZP. I purchased them directly from BCRacing. Not to be the barer of bad news. But I paid $1,020.00 at the BC site using a $30 off coupon. BC30OFF


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I had noticed that but I wanted the new top plates for the rears so I ordered it with those too. That added $65 to the normal price.
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I had noticed that but I wanted the new top plates for the rears so I ordered it with those too. That added $65 to the normal price.

Lol so did I. BC Racing sells them for $995 or $1,050.00 with the plates for the rear. Which brought it to $1,020.00 with the coupon. ZZP charged you more then the manufacturer. Which is understandable because they want to cover the overhead of employees etc.


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