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I can tell you... 17 x 8.5 wheel with 245/40 slicks(or semislicks) on a Holden large Salisbury
and lowered about 18-20mm from standard needed the...
.. whats the part number? (on the back)
NATRAD factory standard type is best
and WAS a 169 pack build :)
very common problem .. and reason for the rear seal to leak
yup.. Control Link IRS on SII
VX II .. also had a different grille from Series I and an alarm system added WOOOT!
.. depends on what caused it to seize.
a rod thru the block = a new motor aint no way around that
a cylinder full of coolant may ...may not be...
worse..... you smash things getting the old out
and have to replace not only the bearing!
get a genuine manual and have a read of the procedure
ummm.. why ? why would one do that? waste the $
given the tyre size and a manual gearbox, HSVs 3.7:1 gears
are prefect. Not too high revs on the...
.. I have 3 VF EVOKEs in the fleet ( 1 x sedan, 2 x wagons) that are doing silly kms.
The newest a wagon bought a month before Holden stopped...
yup.. works for me ( I did it today on 2 wheels on the wagon)
... ooooh WRONG type of steelies !
pic is wrong there :(
Here is the correct one ( I had a S Pak)
feck no.. don't be silly :p
the short 600mm one I bought maybe 35+ years ago .... Sidchrome back when they were not made in China but really,...
not VERY tight??? bwahahahahahahaaaaa
I have had 2 blokes (one being me) pulling hanging off my 900mm long bar*
trying to undo one of those...
.. with a 1/2' square drive end? ..... naaah !
big mother..... breaker bar :)
GM killed Holden !
aided and assisted by the Abbott Govt back in '14
ditto... I keep a 1.2m long bar just for these mothers :D
and a very good rattle gun.... or long breaker bar
These mothers are very tight!... the Holden repair manual
says tighten to 200nm MINIMUM
correct flattop/rod combo here (on my latest 304 race engine)
Dragway still make those wheels
contact them ..
bestest ever 'cold bite ' pads are the ones Holden supply to Vicpol on all their cars
why? one of their brake test requirements is exactly that -...
you know... ALL VFs do that?
Calais, Evoke, SSvs, wagons and utes ...and HSVs
hmmm... not possible with a manual Clubbie :D
my GMH production order codes says -
BY2 - Police Vehicle - 5.0-litre engine
.. we have federal consumer legislation which states that auto makers
must provide servicing and parts support for a MINIMUM of 10 years after
.. we used City Holden Mile End to do our 4 SA company cars
3 x EVOKE, 1 x SV6 ... no problems
you gonna ask Ford and Toyota (and Nissan and mitsubishi) too?
you will get more if you want the guvmint to start ask the banking and mining...
that is NOT the case with 'large' racing style calipers.. eg BREMBO
or AP RACING (as used by HSV) . Monoblock style calipers also
do not have...
Holden dealers SHOULD do it ...
if they follow (as they should) the Holden repair procedures.
It was useful in my case as the front drivers hub...
repeat ALWAYS... on the fronts
and to be frank, did not bother
when I replaced the rears last year
.. have the handbrake OFF
before you pull the rear rotors
(like a manual handbrake)
.. read this thread
had a bit of a chuckle
see my siggie & the pic :)
my GenF R8 Tourer has 3 pedals!
ps.. who cares about the sound system...
you forgot to add that if its has been raining/is raining
and you go around a tight corner, your rear will try and overtake the front.
non genuine manual i take it...?
as the company's national fleet manager for my employer
and with 'national fleet' status with Holden (which got me
an invite to ZBs launch)... yes...
.. nothing wrong with the car (from ZB base LT up) as I have stated here
it ain't no Commodore
from here :)
to further explain...
.. someone has had a bit of a play there
for starters, EGR vac hose is missing...
and the manifold vac tree.. has a screw in one branch !
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