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    Quote Originally Posted by pipemn View Post
    My wife manx matching your description and it drives fine on streetAttachment 523085Attachment 523086Attachment 523087Attachment 523088

    091 box, 2332motor,it does have tube frame mated to pan.
    Whatever happened to your Dejong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsuwrhr View Post
    Unless you are planning on a hydraulic clutch, check the bowden tube for the clutch cable to make sure it is attached and in good shape while your pan is torn down that far.

    Replace the fuel line with at least a 3/8 ID tube.

    Brian
    Thanks Brian!
    I am sure I will be picking your brain more as this project progresses!

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    sweet!!! That is a cool color!!

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    New bowden tube and new fuel line, basically everything is going to be new but the tunnel...
    Issac is doing all of the ground work for me, then it will be my turn to get crazy fabricating and building the rest...

    I will go with hydraulic when I swap out the trans and stuff in the future...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaceTec View Post
    New bowden tube and new fuel line, basically everything is going to be new but the tunnel...
    Issac is doing all of the ground work for me, then it will be my turn to get crazy fabricating and building the rest...

    I will go with hydraulic when I swap out the trans and stuff in the future...
    Nice.

    Good man.

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    Cheap, fast, good, pick any two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsuwrhr View Post
    Unless you are planning on a hydraulic clutch, check the bowden tube for the clutch cable to make sure it is attached and in good shape while your pan is torn down that far.

    Replace the fuel line with at least a 3/8 ID tube.

    Brian
    And the shift rod bushing, those are a pain to try to replace when it is all together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UltraLucky View Post
    And the shift rod bushing, those are a pain to try to replace when it is all together.
    easy job.

    But certainly that too. I figured that one went unsaid, the others, no one thinks of sometimes.
    Cheap, fast, good, pick any two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballsdeep View Post
    Whatever happened to your Dejong?
    Still have it,going to put it up for sale again when I get some spare time.Got to many projects going as usual.

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    My FRP is in the final stages of its build. 2.5turbo subie. Mine is the mid-travel body, deeper and wider body than Scotts full length body.
    I did beam front end since I'll be using it more on street than offroad. With A-arms you get a lot of body roll in turns.
    Started project in 2011 but sat for 5 years due to other priorities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaceTec View Post
    Body just got gelled... Manxman make sure this one is good and strong!
    Pan is starting to come together, new halves are in...
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    I believe I saw that body last time I stopped by at frp...or at least I saw another blue one like that.

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