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#4094866 - 02/04/21 09:43 PM Re: Finally back in a wagon! 1988 Country Squire [Re: a_d_a_m]
4EyedTurd Offline
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Registered: 01/20/21
Posts: 15
Loc: Waco,TX
Thanks for the exhaust pictures, I was curious if you could snake it out the driver side. I’ve already got a pair of dynomax mufflers.

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#4094868 - 02/04/21 09:47 PM Re: Finally back in a wagon! 1988 Country Squire [Re: 4EyedTurd]
a_d_a_m Offline

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Registered: 10/25/05
Posts: 27372
Loc: Cleveland, OH
If the wagon wasn't wrapped up, I'd take some better ones.

pantera77 might have some pictures worth sharing, as he's had three box wagons and all had duals.
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#4098828 - Today at 08:57 AM Re: Finally back in a wagon! 1988 Country Squire [Re: 4EyedTurd]
4EyedTurd Offline
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Registered: 01/20/21
Posts: 15
Loc: Waco,TX
Now that Snowpacalypse is over, I managed to get a new power steering pump on, new clutch fan and radiator hoses in. Before the snow, i managed to get the exhaust fixed. I ended up using stock exhaust from the wrecking yard I found for $35. It’s nice and quiet now and I can heard it missing also. Looks like plugs, plug wires and maybe a cap and rotor are on the list. It looks like the valve cover gaskets are leaking too and I still haven’t fixed the lack of radio yet.

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#4098934 - 16 minutes 37 seconds ago Re: Finally back in a wagon! 1988 Country Squire [Re: 4EyedTurd]
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Registered: 04/28/19
Posts: 1920
Loc: Cleveland, OH
Never hurts to do an ignition tune-up. Valve covers are a PITA since you have to pull the upper intake to get them off (you'll need that gasket too, unless you're incredibly lucky). Fel-Pro makes nice steel/silicone gaskets that I highly recommend.
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