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So i did some work on my car this weekend. After my idler pulley shat the bed on the way to my parents house (belt came off about 10 minutes from their house), we got a new pulley and fabricated bushings to make the bearings fit.

then i fixed my bumper. You see, colorado snow and ice can be hard on a bumper.

But its nothing zip ties can't fix!


oh, and here is whats left of my old motor mounts:
 

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hmmmm... no pics of the bushings yet, but basically, we turned down two brass pipe nipples to fill the space between the bearing and the bolt. made due with what we had, and it got me home. I suppose i should order the correct one at some point as well
 

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What type of pulley did you use?
 

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I often use the stitch technique on air shields and such as much as wheel liners. Works very well! looks good!

You have somewhere to be right now, bud. Stop fucking around on the internet.
I think I just heard Dr. Henry Walton Jones "JR" crack the whip!
 

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Nice stitch work, and it's not just a Colorado thing. Since being back in Burlington for school, I have seen two cars with the Frankenstein bumpers...and I mean the entire bumpers! Haha.
 
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