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importwarrior

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starquestparts.net

04 February 2020 - 06:22 AM

check it out

www.starquestparts.NET

starion conquest parts site...

03 February 2020 - 09:30 PM

anyone seen this yet?

https://starquestparts.net/

thought I would share the link.

starquestparts.net

03 February 2020 - 09:08 PM

Found this site.

Awesome guy to deal with.

https://starquestparts.net/


you all probably know about it by now...

Wiper arm replacement option

22 August 2019 - 06:01 AM

INFP Provided by
BrazilBoy:

Quote:

I have been upset that we can't get the new style rain-x blades which are single pressure blades  and work great..I did some leg work and found that getting 2 driver side hook style wiper arms from a Volvo 240DL from 88-up..For the wipers use 01 Subaru Outback drivers wipers....Just an fyi for those you who may need it..

How to Poly Torque Tube Mounts

18 June 2019 - 10:45 AM

Information provided by:

wrngwae

Link:
http://www.starquest...howtopic=143304



Here at GNT,,, we have been asked a few time,,,, " Do you need the factory steels" and well the answer is yes. and here is a how to....


First remove your factory mounts. they will probably look like this..........
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i started by warming up the steel a little bit to soften it,,,, nothing crazy just yet,,,, lol
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now i took a shoe knife and sliced off the rubber...
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and it comes out like this.....
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now for the part that has the bushings in it. i warmed it up and used some pliers. twist it till it becomes free.
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Then heat up and slice like before. note this steel has a taper to it. and note the direction. it can also not be used if you choose not to use it.... its all a personal choice. but for here..... were gonna use it.
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now, lets pour on the heat a little,,,, burn the rubber off,,,,note,,,there hot.... lol.. ask me how i know.
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Now,,, let them cool. and off to the blast cabinet. or if you dont have one you can sand or scrape the residue off.
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and they kinda come out like this. i needed to blast a bit more but good enough for demonstration.
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now, for some self etching primer,,,
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and paint,,,,,,,,,,
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now there dry enough to handle,, re assemble.
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And thats how its done. re install back in your car. and go for a spirited,,non clunking ride.