If you purchase the gears from Odometer Gears - WELCOME they are guaranteed for life.
When my odometer stopped working again about 4 years ago I contacted them "assuming" the gears broke and they said they have Never had any of their gears break and if this was the case just send them a pic and they would replace them.
As it turns out the gears were fine, the internal plastic around the gears in the speedo itself broke.
I purchased another speedo from a board member and installed my Odometer Gears - WELCOME gears into it when I took it apart to correct the mileage, have had no issues since.
So i've been trying to wrap up my 87 Daytona Shelby motor project, as I'm going to college in the fall.
I got the motor and tranny buttoned up, and went to put the clutch on last night.
It didn't fit. The bolt pattern is too wide and the dowel holes are too wide
It's a SPEC Stage 2...
85 Omni GLH t2. Need someone who knows how to do a real tune up as in...vacuum lines, timing, fuel pressure, computer etc.
Must actually know, and have hands on experience with lots of old school t-1's and t2's etc.
The only name that has come up is someone named Alan Woods...but not sure...
I got a 1985 Omni GLHS that was running great but suddenly developed a bad misfire. The car runs, but barely drives, it bucks under load. It has good compression and turbo has no shaft play. I've replaced several parts recently, but all from rockauto:
Spark Plugs - several times
Spark plug wires...
Allright, I replaced the timing belt on the old man’s 85 dodge 600 2.2T. Everything lined up on the sprockets I put it back together and it fired up first click. (Ran all little bad at idle). I thought I’d be smart and move the distributor a little bit until it ran better which it did. I thought...
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