63viking

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About 63viking

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    1990 silver coupe "QuickSilver"

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  1. I have a standard one if you like. Is the select 60 one dufferent?
  2. Anyone out there have a quick, easy way to turn on both fans at high speed when needed?
  3. I am having the same trouble with my cruise control, only mine works the first time you turn it on. Then it seems like when it warms up a little it just drops out. I have checked the system and replaced most all of the parts with no luck. I do have LEDs and regular bulbs in the third brake lights and in the tail lights.
  4. This the information have been looking for . I have been trying to figure out why my cruise will not work. Mine seems to work until the engine warms up, but it could be until I use the brakes the first time. I do have LEDs in my third light.
  5. IF NO ONE WANTS THEM, THEY WILL GO IN THE GARBAGE Fog light covers are sold. Right and left headlight brackets, make offer, you pay shipping. One new headlight bucket, make offer, you pay shipping.
  6. IF NO ONE WANTS THEM, THEY WILL GO IN THE GARBAGE I have a 90 Gray steering wheel for sale Good condition, Make me a offer, you pay the shipping. I also have R & L rear speaker covers,saddle color make , me an offer, you pay the shipping.
  7. IF NO ONE WANTS THEM, THEY WILL GO IN THE GARBAGE I have five hub caps for sale Good condition, Make me a offer, you pay the shipping. Actually there are six caps.
  8. IF NO ONE WANTS THEM, THEY WILL GO IN THE GARBAGE I have a 90 Gray steering wheel for sale Good condition, Make me a offer, you pay the shipping. I also have R & L rear speaker covers,saddle color make , me an offer, you pay the shipping.
  9. You can do the fronts with Camaro dual-piston calipers.
  10. That is correct. For the rear brakes, with the key on, put slight pressure on the pedal and loosen the bleeder, they will bleed themselves. The front must be bled the old fashion way.
  11. I am on the Reatta site. Please explain.
  12. I don't understand why you cannot bleed the brakes. What is stopping you?
  13. It's not that hard to remove the spring. Just one side of the suspension has to be taken apart.
  14. I am trying all ways of lowering the rear that I can think of before spending about $600.00 on the custom coilovers, plus my expense of machining the parts to convert the suspension. So, I would like to know if anyone knows if the rear spring is extended when it is compressed. I mean when it flexes under normal driving. I don't think it does, because it is mounted on both ends and not in the middle. Normally a spring mounted in the middle would get longer when it is compressed. Thanks everyone. Jon.
  15. It is not attached at the center, it is attached at each end, or close to it.