01 legacy L
yes you can re-use them.
Thanks man. If it ever becomes too tedious or i lose too much drive for it, It's going up for sale to the first person with a fist full of cash. If this were my only transportation, it would be hell.Great build!
Great attitude as well!
Around. Traveling a lot for work... busy season is upon me. Getting some work done though in between trips. I'm a wreck though. Had a day off last weekend and that was the first since mid June.where you been jonny boy!!?
You said it Bob. Two provinces in Canada, Maryland, New York and Michigan. Now home for a bit and trying to get this thing wrapped up asap.^yea no kidding. to much travel i guess.
I did end up reusing my head bolts. Status quo said yes. Buddy who is a lifetime Subaru tech said go for it. I was questioning it originally after seeing the scale or stains in the photo earlier in the thread. I did end up putting a set of calipers to them, then to the washers. I was honestly looking for any excuse to not use them and couldn't find one.I have a few questions after reading,
Now im assuming this would be effective towards body rust?The vinegar trick is no where near as effective as a machine shops "hot tank." I have only ever used it for rust. And it works well there. Believe it or not, old timers often charge the water with a battery to speed up the process. In general, think of it as a real mild acid. One could use it to clean grime and funk, but again, it's not nearly as effective as a degreaser. I do it because it's easy and cheap and will reach places I can't spray/wipe/grind.
The intake was smooth operator when I got done with it. No casting marks, no casting texture, just pure sexy metal.
I would love to try and keep work and this site separate, so for shits and giggles let's say I work within the realm of motorsports.What DO you do again?
You asked for it.You should post some pics of your engine room! bed and all!
You mean the rust in the suspension components? Sure. I guess if you wanted to remove those parts, soak them for days, then repaint them... it would work. But honestly you would be better off taking care of that underbody stuff while under the car. If you remove that subframe shit, I would highly recommend blasting and painting it, if not replacing it all together.Now im assuming this would be effective towards body rust?
Would it clean up this? possibly?