i’d like to see this repeated with a 1994 FD in red vs a 1994 MkIV Supra in blue
Enjoy your pair of most-excellent Bavarian automobiles!
I love stories like that.
Inaddition to the fan clutch tool, you may also need a (very long, but skinny) fan clutch wrench to get the bolt off. I don’t recall the size off the top of my head, but it should be the same as most VW/Audi fan clutch bolts (the forums could surely verify). Some retail autoparts stores, and probably a local NAPA… Read more
If you don’t have the requisite Bavarian fan clutch tool, a generic old school GM fan tool from HF or any autoparts store can be modified with a bit of grinding to fit your Bavarian fan for removal/installation. Once you have the fan out of the way, then I’d also remove the radiator. That should give you some room to… Read more
thoughts and prayers
The fan is reverse thread. Use a thin 32mm wrench and a rubber mallet.
Yesterday, after my dad drove me to an MRI appointment to give my wife a break, he helped me remove a couple small…
You miss the point. The point isn’t to merely have more points than anyone else, the point is to have all the points. As many as possible. And outfitting a Vector can get you most of the way there, but you miss out on all the extra points that a pre-WWII French car with suicide doors gets you!
*cries in kidney beans*