So....on an 86, once the rear calipers are removed and the parking brake is released, is the only thing left holding the rotors on the 2 philips screws?
If so what's the best way to pursade a stuck on rotor to come off?
the hat could be rusted to the hub, and the P-brake shoes could have worn down into the drum surface, leaving a ridge around the outside.
i used a large gear puller gripping the outside of the disc, and pushing on the hub. then a BFH (big freakin' hammer) to shock it while the puller is applying force to the assembly. seems a little Primative Pete, but it worked for me, and didn't seem to hurt the disc.
I'm just in the process of rebuilding a S4 Spider Speedo (Euro version RHD) I have just sorted out the electrics at the back of the unit and I would like to match the donor unit mileage to the actual cars mileage (one being in KM and the other in miles). Now I know taking these things...
I removed the fuel sender (which was covered in a black tar type substance:
And looked inside the tank..
Fuel is red in color
Scales of rust? Are visible inside the tank
1. Tank is done correct?
2. I should replace fuel tank, fuel sender and fuel filter at the minimum?
3. Pros and Cons...