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My Angryfab buggy "ISSUES"

Dirt700

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Eddyj said:
You don’t want me working on this.... it’s way too nice
The pictures make it look better, that's why I didn't get to close

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zukimaster said:
Black buggy's matter to! Looks awesome man

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Haha, thanks. Trying to get coolant bleed now so I can take it for a spin

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Unfortunately it has a little lifter tick. I know ls engines have that as a common problem. I should have changed them when I did cam, but I was being a tight wad. I have read trying marvel mystery oil or sea foam can help. If not it will probably be ticking for a while, till I have time and want to, to pull the heads
 

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Looks and sounds great. That lifter might free up after you run it a bit. Or you could pull the valve cover and put a little atf down the pushrod hole. Or just let it tick. Did you get to tear around in it yet?
 

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Beerj said:
Looks and sounds great. That lifter might free up after you run it a bit. Or you could pull the valve cover and put a little atf down the pushrod hole. Or just let it tick. Did you get to tear around in it yet?
I read about the atf, may give that a try also

I drove down the road a little ways. Haven't bleed the brakes, because haven't had anyone to help me. Didn't want to get to crazy and crash.

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Lol yeah, that wouldn't be too fun. Fwiw, those little vacuum bleeders are pretty cheap and in my experience, work better than the old pedal pumping method. Plus, it's a 1 man job.
 

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Beerj said:
Lol yeah, that wouldn't be too fun. Fwiw, those little vacuum bleeders are pretty cheap and in my experience, work better than the old pedal pumping method. Plus, it's a 1 man job.
I bought one from harbor freight, but couldn't get a good seal, I may see if someone around here has a better one
 

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Well, I'm an idiot. I guess I forgot to tighten down a rocker :****: but on the upside, u don't have to pull the heads now
 

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Looks really good. When you are strapped in can you reach the transfer case shifters? Maybe its just the picture...they seem far away.
 

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Re: Re: My Angryfab buggy "ISSUES"

bbone said:
Looks really good. When you are strapped in can you reach the transfer case shifters? Maybe its just the picture...they seem far away.
Thanks Yea, I can reach them

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