Thats the way it was when I bought the tailgate. I guess I should remove it. Need to get my heat gun back.
That was one of my favorite car museums. Going to school up the street at Texas State meant when friends came to visit, we would go wander the museum. On one particular visit, my friends and I were talking with the staff who were happy to see a younger generation interested in cars, so much so they took us into the…
Yes I am building a weekend/track car. I plan on keeping the console for now but I am aware of their value. I was very gentle removing it to rebuild the shifter LOL
Cheapest way I can think would be via Greyhound and estimate at least $100 to do that depending on how small they pack.
https://www.carbonmiata.com/shop/mazda-mx-5/seatbelts-extenders/ MSRP $60. I am asking $40 locally but it would depend on shipping.
Houston. I am not sure if I want to sell the soft top yet but I will likely remove it soon. Tan leather/vinyl BTW.
According to their site they fit an NA. Link below.
I am not on FB so that rules that out but I like the suggestion to check used part resale sites for buyback. I am in Houston.
Ooh I like that idea. Does it make one Miata or a Miata tree?
What do estimate your total time to do the timing belt on the Miata? I am looking to do this on my NB2 granted it will be my first timing belt
I am not sure what big deal is. On my 08 Si I always took the front passenger wheel off to access the oil filter. Side mounted oil filter with a shield from 9 o clock to 12 o clock. At the time all I had was the factory jack so accessing from the wheel meant I wasn’t going under the car.
I was shocked that the current 4dr taco (short bed) was just shorter than my 1st gen Tundra.
Glad you got them changed. Por15 may be your friend. I can’t remember fighting the factory bolts as much as you did but TX truck vs CO I guess.
Sorry for the delay. Some of the build pics should show up on the post now.
Huhh never knew that NAPA would do that for you. I have had really bad luck with places not wanting to touch parts I bring them. Had a real hard time with the upper control arm bushings not wanting to come out, ever after hitting them with a torch.
When I rebuilt the suspension on my 01 Tundra, I went with Moog parts combined with Bilstein 5100s. Make sure to order replacement “top hats” or suspension mounts for the Bilsteins assuming you are doing the fronts. KYB was the recommended manufacturer for the suspension mounts. Highly recommend that setup.
I did the hydrogen peroxide plus Oxyclean plus UV light cleaning on the controllers to "de-yellow" the bad ones. There was a name for that concoction that escapes at the moment.
Yea that’s what I figured. :/