Ford f250 rear axle seal replacement

Looking for All City New Sheriff rear hub bolts

2023.05.31 16:29 pieisgude Looking for All City New Sheriff rear hub bolts

Hey I'm looking to find a replacement set of rear axle bolts for an All City New Sheriff (non SL) hub. They are 10x1mm thread. I like them because they can take a 15mm spanner on the outside or a hex key on the inside. I'm converting a 120mm rear hub to work on a 130mm frame (All City Nature Boy). Any leads to where I can find some would be super appreciated.
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2023.05.31 16:09 misterthomass How much is it worth? Bought a Toyota Sienna to fit the wife and kids so I will be selling.

How much is it worth? Bought a Toyota Sienna to fit the wife and kids so I will be selling.
1999 SR5 4x4, 240K miles. North Texas, one owner - been in my family since new. All stock, spent first half of its life in Northern California before I moved to Texas. No rust or frame damage. Clear coat on roof and hood is dull, clock does not work, passenger rear window regulator is slow and needs to be replaced. Front brake rotors need to be resurfaced. Other than that all good, other maintenance items shown on the spreadsheet in the last photo.
Please let me know what you think market value is.
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Toyota has long had an image of quiet sensibleness about it. They used to be the sort of car bought by those who prioritise reliability above all else, and for whom excitement is anathema. That has begun to change, and not just in the fire-breathing GR models. Outgoing Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda (grandson of the company founder) is a car nut to his fingertips, and waged a long campaign to make his family company’s products more exciting to drive, and to look at.

The once-bland Corolla has been a major part of that plan, relaunched in 2019 with sharper styling and a more invigorating driving experience. Now, for 2023, it’s getting a facelift (of the most minor sort) and an upgrade to its hybrid powertrain. Does that make it a more interesting prospect still, or is Toyota once again playing it safe?

Exterior design and rivals
If you can line up the outgoing Corolla and the new side by side and spot all the differences, you’ll probably win a Toyota-branded anorak. The updated Corolla looks all-but identical to the outgoing one, with only the front bumper, the internal bits of the head- and tail-lights and the back bumper actually new. There are some updated alloy wheel designs, admittedly, and a couple of new paint options including the handsome new ‘Juniper Blue’ finish pictured here.

For all its familiarity. the Corolla remains a smart looking car. It can even look enticingly sporty at times, especially in estate form, and especially in the more overt GR Sport trim (not to be confused with the actual GR Corolla hot hatch that British buyers are still denied). The blandness of previous models has been thoroughly banished, and the Corolla is much the better for it.

Will that be enough to give the Corolla more kerbside and showroom appeal than the new Honda Civic, or the venerable Volkswagen Golf? Perhaps — impressive though the new Civic is, it is a very conservatively-styled car on the outside, while the droopy-nosed eighth-generation Golf is looking tired already, unless you get a sporty model such as the GTI.

Hyundai’s handsome i30 Fastback is arguably the Corolla’s sharpest looking rival, although it currently lacks any kind of hybrid or plug-in hybrid option, while the Skoda Octavia provides a strong contest, as not only is it quietly handsome on the outside, it’s significantly more spacious than the Corolla inside.

Interior and practicality
Toyota has made more meaningful changes to the Corolla’s interior, but those changes come under the heading of technology, so we’ll cover those below. Elsewhere, the overall shapes and styling are the same as before, and so too are the exceptional quality levels — the Corolla remains a car able to put much more expensive models to shame with its cabin quality.

It’s far from the roomiest car around, though. While the front seats are very comfortable and supportive, and the driving position good, the high centre console and the way the dashboard design juts outward above your knees makes the car feel a touch cramped, especially if you’re tall.

There’s also a lack of storage space. The box under the front armrest, the door bins and the little shelf in front of the gear lever (which is optionally occupied by a wireless phone charger) are all a bit small, so there isn’t quite enough room for all your keys, wallets, water bottles and so on.

In the five-door hatchback there’s simply not enough legroom for one tall adult to sit behind another. If you’re going to accommodate anyone over the age of 13 in the back seats, the driver and front passenger are going to have to slide their seats forward. Headroom is also less than generous.

The boot isn’t much better. Even Toyota people will admit that the 361-litre boot is less than class leading, some 20 litres shy of the Golf’s and hundreds of litres smaller than a Skoda Octavia’s. The only upside is that the Toyota’s boot is roomier or at least as roomy as some plug-in hybrid rivals — such as the Vauxhall Astra.

You’d be much better off in the Corolla Touring Sports estate. This sits on a structure with the front and rear wheels pushed apart by 10cm and which offers rear space that, if not exactly generous, is at least adequate.

The Touring Sport’s boot is more useful, too — at 598 litres up to the luggage cover it’s not the biggest in the class, but it’s more than enough for most purposes. Fold the estate’s back seats flat (disappointingly, they only split 60:40, compared to the 40:20:40 of the Peugeot 308 SW) and you’ve got 1,606 litres of load space.

Technology and safety
The new 12.3in digital driver’s display is a welcome replacement for the previous mixed analogue and digital instrument panel, which looked tired and old even when it was new.

The new digital screen is much sharper, and while you’ll have to submit to a somewhat confusing settings menu to alter the layout, you can at least do so. The graphics look crisp, too.

A dramatic backlit side view of the Corolla pops up as you switch driving modes.

In the centre of the dash is a new 10.5in touchscreen infotainment system, which is a massive improvement on that of the outgoing Corolla.

Its graphics are bang up to date, and its menu layout is significantly more simple and logical. Toyota has helpfully retained physical stereo volume buttons, as well as separate physical heating and ventilation controls, which makes life much easier and safer on the move.

The screen includes a cloud-based navigation system that can give you live traffic advice, but which can be a touch laggy and slip behind the physical position of the car if you’re in an area of low mobile reception.

The Corolla now has a built-in antenna for internet connectivity, though, which powers that cloud-based nav, and which is free to use for the first four years of ownership. It also enables connection to your mobile phone through an app, which allows you to monitor the car’s various functions, flash the lights in a busy car park so that you can find it and remotely start the climate control so that you can cool the car down, or defrost it, before leaving the house.

The app, called MyT, also includes hybrid driving tips for anyone new to part-battery driving.

The Corolla already had a full five-star rating from Euro NCAP when it comes to crash safety, but Toyota has updated and upgraded the electronic safety kit under the name T-Mate. That upgrade includes a new forward-facing camera and radar that are claimed to be more effective than before, and which give the Corolla standard-fit adaptive cruise control.

The camera also allows for a new system called Proactive Driving Assist (PDA) — while this has some familiar functions such as collision warnings, it also includes a new active braking system that automatically ramps up the amount of energy recovered back into the battery when you lift off the accelerator while approaching a corner or when there’s a slower moving car in front.

It’s not quite ‘one-pedal’ driving, but it’s quite a useful and intuitive system that is backed up by a new active steering assistant that can help you swerve away from danger in an extreme situation.

Optionally, you can fit your Corolla with a blind-spot monitor and a rear cross-traffic alert, and with these systems comes an extra one — Safe Exit Assist, which warns you if you’re about to open a door into the path of an oncoming cyclist. It only works on the front doors, though, and unlike Hyundai’s system — which will actually inhibit the door latch to stop you opening it — the Corolla just has a flashing light and a warning beep.

Performance, power output and acceleration
While the engine capacity of the basic 1.8-litre Corolla hybrid has remained the same, Toyota says that has been significantly upgraded as part of its new fifth-generation hybrid setup. For the 1.8, that means a new, more efficient, lithium-ion battery and a more powerful — 94bhp and 136lb ft of torque — electric motor, as well as a new computer brain.

The effect of all that is higher peak power — 138bhp now, up from 121bhp previously — and the same or better efficiency.

The 2-litre version also gets more power — it’s now up to 193bhp — and it’s slightly lighter than before as it has switched from a nickel metal hydride battery to a lithium-ion pack.

The 1.8 version arguably makes the 2-litre model redundant, as its extra power is really only noticeable under hard acceleration and that’s just not how you drive a Corolla hybrid. Much better to accelerate relatively gently, and let the improved electric motor do more of the work.

Do that and you’ll not only save fuel (55mpg is easy, beyond 60mpg is certainly possible), but you’ll also save your ears. Toyota has worked hard — and largely successfully — over the years to remove from its hybrids the high-revving noise when accelerating, and it’s certainly noticeable that the Corolla spends less time grinding away at high rpm to gather speed on the motorway. Long uphill runs are not its friend, but noise levels are rarely excessive in day-to-day driving.

The extra power on offer has given the Corolla swifter 0-62mph times — 9.1 seconds for the 1.8, 7.4 seconds for the 2-litre, but you’ll need to be in Sport mode if you want to feel the system at its highest performing. In the more likely event that you’re driving in Normal or Eco modes, the Corolla’s hybrid engine just rows along nicely, if unspectacularly.

It’s certainly more noticeable how much more of the work is done by the electric motor than before. Not so long ago, you had to drive any Toyota hybrid with exceptional care to keep it running on electric power – as indicated by a little “EV” icon in the instruments. Now, you can accelerate quite decisively, and get well above 30mph before the petrol engine wakes up.

Toyota reckons that as much as 80 per cent of urban journeys in a Corolla can be done on just electric power, which is impressive if it can be replicated (we scored an apparent 50 per cent electric ratio on our mixed country road, motorway and town drive if the dashboard display is to be believed).

Ride and handling
In 2019, the Corolla was almost shocking in how nice it was to drive. Previous generations had been pretty forgettable, but with this 12th generation, suddenly there was sharp steering and a willing, engaging chassis. That carries forward to the updated model.

Comfort is still clearly more of a priority than excitement. The Corolla rides firmly, but with a well-damped sense of comfort. It only gets harsh if you spec it up with the 18in alloy wheels of the GR Sport models. The mid-spec 17in wheels are perfectly fine when it comes to comfort, although all Corolla models seem to suffer from too much tyre roar on coarse tarmac, which does spoil the refinement.

The steering is light but very fluid in feel and quite quick across its locks. The Corolla also seems to have plenty of front-end grip in reserve, so tightening corners hold no great fears.

It’s not as sharp in its steering feel as say a Ford Focus or a Mazda3, but it’s certainly satisfying, and on a twisty mountain road it’s easy to get the Corolla into a pleasant and enjoyable rhythm, sweeping from corner to corner.

That Proactive Driving Assist also helps, as the extra bit of regenerative braking when approaching a bend can help you better balance the car on corner entry, so it’s as much a driving aid as a safety and energy-saving feature.

Pricing and on-sale date
The Corolla is on sale now and prices start from £30,210 for an Icon spec hatchback with the 1.8-litre hybrid engine. Standard spec for Icon models includes 16in alloys, LED headlights, the 12.3in digital instrument screen, the 10.5in infotainment system with online connectivity and cloud-based navigation, a wireless phone charger, keyless entry and ignition, two-zone air conditioning, a reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors and heated front seats.

If you want the 2-litre engine in Icon form, that’ll cost you £31,955 while the Touring Sports estate costs £31,545 with the 1.8 engine, or £33,290 as a 2-litre, both in Icon spec.

For £31,780 you can upgrade your 1.8 hatchback to Design spec, which comes with 17in machined-look alloy wheels, uprated LED headlights, rear privacy glass, auto-folding door mirrors, rain sensing wipers, ambient cabin lighting and a self-dimming rear-view mirror. A 2-litre hatch in Design spec costs £33,525, while the estate 1.8 Design is £33,115 and the 2-litre Design is £34,860.

Sporty-looking GR Sport spec starts from £32,990 for the 1.8 hatchback (£34,735 for the 2-litre and £34,705 or £36,450 for the 1.8 and 2-litre Touring Sports respectively). For that you get a chunky body kit with unique front and rear bumper designs, 18in dark grey alloys, black door mirror caps, red contrast stitching for the inside (along with embossed GR Sport logos) and the option of a contrast-colour roof.

At the top of the range is the Excel model, which will set you back £33,400 for the 1.8 hatch; £35,145 for the 2-litre hatch; £35,115 for the 1.8 estate; or £36,860 for the 2-litre estate. Standard Excel equipment includes 18in alloys, adaptive high-beam control, leather upholstery, a head-up display, blind-spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, safe exit assist and the option of a panoramic glass sunroof.

Verdict: Toyota Corolla Hybrid review
The fact that Toyota hasn’t changed the Corolla much is perhaps not very surprising. After all, in 2021, the 50 millionth Corolla was sold, underscoring the success of the model’s history of steady evolution rather than stunning revolution.

It remains a sensible choice, and the upgrades to the hybrid system are welcome both for the extra power and for the still-excellent economy. It’s no high-performance ball of fire but the Corolla is sharper and more rewarding to drive than you might expect. Given Toyota’s well-earned reputation for reliability, it should be a satisfying car to own in the long term.

Source: driving co
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2023.05.31 15:10 tap_to_concede Motorcycle Repair Burnout

Hey everyone,
Just started riding last year, and picked up a little bike to learn on (2012 Honda Rebel 250). I’ve been doing all of my own repairs and adjustments on it, and for the most part it’s been really educational.
Yesterday I overtorqued my axle nut, and I’m pretty sure I have to replace the rear axle. And it kinda tipped me over the edge of frustration.
Do any of you ever feel like, an idiot when fixing your bike? Ever feel scared when riding because you made your adjustments when being an amateur? Is it fairly common to junk some parts on your bike when you’re learning?
Mostly a vent post, would love to hear from people with a similar beginning.
Thanks :)
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2023.05.31 14:58 czerka Help me plan my next major project, oil pan gasket , oil pump nut, maybe rear main seal

97 M3 190k
I want to pull the oil pan and do the oil pump nut. What else can I do while I have all that apart? Motor mounts need replaced. Does the M3 front subframe need to be reinforced? Would it be easier to get to the power steering lines and reservoir from the bottom?
What about the rear main seal? I have a leak from this area. It doesn't drip but it gets all over the transmission. Does waiting for the clutch to go before dropping the transmission make the most sense?
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2023.05.31 13:46 misterericman Thru axle help

Thru axle help
I got a GT ricochet that lacked wheels. I swung by a community diy bike place and got a couple wheels, But I need advice on how to adapt them. The rear is 141mm spacing but uses qr. I got a 141x12 thru axle wheel. The fork has ~15mm holes on either side (neither one is threaded)... I'd like some advice on which adapter & axle to get to make this set up work. Lastly, the rim I got is dented, so some advice on how to make it less likely to leak sealant (or if it needs to be replaced) would be appreciated.
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2023.05.31 13:09 SnooHobbies8274 Used Car Lemon Laws

I bought a 1990 Jeep Cherokee with 280k miles on it from a used dealer claiming they drove it for 4 days without issues, looks beautiful, drives well, no problems, and they do in house registration. They claim to replaced all fluids, which they did except wiper fluid. From first looks and a couple test drives, it’s very well kept, clean, almost looks as if it has 50k miles on it. I went for it for $7k, and drove it home an hour away.
A week later, I discovered a small oil leak at the rear main seal. No biggie, that’s common for older vehicles, Jeeps especially. Also I find that a lot of the electrics are not working. The headlights, turn signals covers, and some other exterior lights/covers don’t mount properly. The list kinda keeps going on. They’re small issues that aren’t the real big issue in my opinion.
The real issue is the brakes start to get softer, and softer, until I cannot stop at all. Me, trying to save money and the knowledge handed down from generations past, replaced the prime suspects myself successfully, with no avail to fixing this issue. (Prime suspects being both sets of front pads, calipers, rear shoes, adjusters, drums, cylinders, master cylinder, and bleed the lot). I got it towed in to my trusted mechanic to see what the issue is.
I also called recently to get an update on where my plate is, because I did do in house registration, and they said that they’d check in with that and call back in a few minutes. That was early morning yesterday, I have yet to get a response back.
I’m wondering if there’s anything with Lemon Laws that could make some sort of claim for selling me a lemon, auto fraud, or if my situation could make a case at all. I doubt there is, but this is getting ridiculous and want to explore options.
More info: There were a bunch of signs and posters at the dealer saying, “No refunds” and “Sold as is” etc. Which all should have been red flags, but now you know I’m the idiot here.
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2023.05.31 12:40 Patient-Sandwich7520 2011lincoln mkx

I bought a 2011 MKX used. Ran great on the test drive, signed everything and was told car is sold AS-IS. After just a couple of days of driving I started having break problems, they smelled like they were burning, they were grinding really bad. Replace the brakes all was good for about a week and a half and then same thing happened again. Again we replaced the brakes, calipers, and wheel bearings as well as cleaned all of the sensors. Car ran great fast forward a week and the same problems happening again. I brought it back to the dealer they told me that I need struts and that it is not covered under the extended warranty that I purchased. I don't believe this is an issue with the struts, I feel it's either a brake booster recall or an ABS module control. I have had to replace the brakes now four times in one month, last time was a week ago when I stopped at a red light and they were just plumes of smoke coming out of my passenger side tire. Brought the car home checked out the front brakes and they looked fine my rear brakes however were completely gone. I've called a different Ford dealer local to me and all they keep telling me is the original warranty expired 2 years ago and so nothing is covered. I spent more money on the vehicle than I would like to admit and I really do not want to sink another $5,000 into it, I am hoping that this is an issue that maybe I can fix at home. When I am driving it feels like my brakes lock up and my car goes into limp mode, does not want to accelerate gets kind of shaky upon acceleration. Any idea what could be causing this?
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2023.05.31 11:34 SnooDucks3617 Help, how to remove these pins?

Help, how to remove these pins?
I bought my first rc truck 2 days ago and already bent a wheel axle. I have the replacement parts coming and managed to take apart the hex nut and safety pin in the wheel. But I have no idea and can't find anything on google to remove these pins. Do I just smash the rear side with a small screw driver and hammer? Don't wanna break it even more though.
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2023.05.31 07:59 xMrPink85 [USA-CA] [H] PlayStation/XBox/Nintendo/Sega Consoles/Games/Manuals [W] Sega Games/Playstation Games/Nintendo Games/Lists/Offers

Happy to provide pics of anything you might be interested in. If you would like to buy, see my GameSale post!
If you are local to the Sacramento area I might be willing to do a local meetup. Cash/Paypal also acceptable on either side to help even out a trade.
Thanks for looking! Happy trading!
Playstation Legacy of Kain Collectors Edition Triple Pack SEALED Hard to value.. I don't see this very often at all.. There is one other one on eBay right now for $369 in similar condition.. This one does have some minor wear to the corners/seal as seen in the pics.. I would really like a big item from my list for this..
Playstation DarkStalkers 3 BL - CIB - Minor Staining
Playstation GranStream Saga BL - CIB - Water damaged rear art
Playstation 2 Final Fantasy X Brady Games Strategy Guide Very worn. Has tear in front cover. No poster.
Playstation 2 Final Fantasy X -2 Brady Games Strategy Guide Moderately worn. Has smaller tear in back cover. Includes Poster.
Playstation 2 24 The Game BL - CIB
Playstation 2 Crazy Taxi BL - CIB
Playstation 2 .Hack Infection BL - CIB - Cover art has some water damage
Playstation 2 .Hack Mutation Missing DVD - Complete and pretty minty otherwise.
Playstation 2 Guitar Hero II BL - CIB
Playstation 2 Guitar Hero Guitar Hero Encore Rocks the 80's BL - CIB
Playstation 2 Myst III Exile BL - CIB
Playstation 2 RPG Maker 3 BL - CIB
Playstation 2 Wheel of Fortune BL - CIB
Playstation 3 Ace Combat Assault Horizon BL - CIB
Playstation 3 BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend Limited Edition Big Box - CIB - Includes Soundtrack, Art Book, and Calendar. Box has heavy wear. Everything else is pretty minty. Game case has some minor shelf wear.
Playstation 3 Dark Souls II BL - CIB
Playstation 3 Diablo III BL - CIB
Playstation 4 500 Million Dual Shock 4 Controller Loose - Has crack in center but otherwise, pretty nice with very low usage.
Playstation 4 7 Days to Die BL - CIB
Playstation 4 Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare BL - CIB
Playstation 4 Dead Cells [Action Game of the Year] BL - CIB
Playstation 4 Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age BL - CIB
Playstation 4 Evolve BL - CIB
Playstation 4 Final Fantasy XV Deluxe Steelbook Edition book w/Slipcover BL - CIB
Playstation 4 Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 BL - CIB - Spine damage/tear
Playstation 4 Middle Earth Shadow of War BL - CIB
Playstation 4 Nascar Heat 3 BL - CIB
Playstation 4 Overwatch Origins BL - CIB
Playstation 4 Resident Evil Village Deluxe Edition BL - CIB
Playstation 5 Apsulov CIB
Playstation 5 Babylon's Fall Sealed
Playstation 5 Death Stranding Sealed
Playstation 5 Rustler CIB
Playstation 5 Thymesia CIB - Case/art has some damage
PSP PSP 1001 - Loose. PSP ONLY Body and screen are pretty scratched up, includes a rubber grip cover and I can include a white replacement shell... Charge port can be touchy sometimes so it also includes a replacement port.
PSP SanDisk Memory Stick PRO Duo One 2.0GB Translucent Blue and one 512KB Translucent Green available.
PSP Generation of Chaos BL - No Manual
PSP Sid Meier's Pirates! Live the Life BL - CIB
PSP Tekken 6 BL - CIB
PSP PSP 3000 Box and tray only - No PSP included Box has moderate to heavy wear with some creasing.
PSVITA Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus Loose
PSVITA Wipeout 2048 Loose

Xbox Blowout BL - CIB
Xbox Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban BL - CIB
Xbox Indiana Jones and The Emperors Tomb BL - CIB
Xbox Pac Man World 2 PH - CIB
Xbox Return To Castle Wolfenstein Tides of War PH - CIB
Xbox 360 4GB - 360 Slim Console Includes OEM power supply and controller. I can probably include an HDMI cable if needed.
Xbox 360 250GB - 360 Slim Console Includes OEM power supply, controller and Kinect. I can probably include an HDMI cable if needed.
Xbox 360 Dead Space 3 PH - CIB
Xbox 360 Dragonball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi BL - CIB
Xbox 360 Fable 2 Limited Edition BL - CIB* (No special features disc)
Xbox 360 Fable 3 BL - CIB
Xbox 360 Forza 4 BL - CIB
Xbox 360 Grand Theft Auto 5 BL - Boxed w/map
Xbox 360 Halo 3 Limited Edition Steel book w/sleeve (minor damage) BL - CIB - Includes manual, but no book..
Xbox 360 Hitman HD Trilogy - Premium Edition w/ slipcoveartbook BL - CIB - Moderate - Heavy wear
Xbox 360 Mortal Kombat BL - Boxed (No Manual)
Xbox 360 NBA Live 2010 BL - CIB
Xbox 360 NBA 2K18 BL - CIB
Xbox 360 Portal 2 BL - Boxed (No Manual)
Xbox 360 Test Drive Unlimited BL - CIB
Xbox One Battlefield 4 Steelbook Edition CIB
Xbox One Battlefield Hardline CIB
Xbox One Dark Souls 3 CIB
Xbox One Madden 22 CIB
Xbox One Prototype BioHazard Bundle CIB
Xbox One Rare Replay CIB
Xbox One Skylanders Trap Team CIB
Xbox One UFC 3 CIB
Xbox One Watch Dogs 2 CIB
Xbox One Wolfenstein The New Order CIB

NES Nintendo of America Letter w/ Official Nintendo Envelope, Cover Letter, Nintendo Power order form, service center list, Game Pak Directory, Replacement parts list, Nintendo history. Great little piece. Definitely shows some wear and a few markings but the order forms are blank. Not sure how to value this
NES Bart vs The Space Mutants Manual Only
NES Gradius Manual Only
NES Mega Man 1 Manual Only
NES Mission Impossible Manual Only
NES NES Advantage controller Manual Only
NES Zodas Revenge Manual Only
NES Kung Fu Loose
NES Ninja Gaiden II Loose
NES Skate or Die Loose - Worn/snagged top label
NES Wizards and Warriors III Loose - Worn/torn top label
SNES DOOM CIB** - Might be willing to trade box/contents separately.
SNES Rockos Modern Life CIB - Box is worn, includes insert, manual and warning slip.. both have some wear, Cart is in great shape! Might be willing to trade box/contents separately.
SNES Yoshi's Safari CIB** - Might be willing to trade box/contents separately.
SNES Buster Busts Loose Manual Only
SNES Hey Punk! Are You Tuff E Nuff? Manual Only
SNES Lawnmower Man Manual Only
SNES Mega Man X Manual Only
SNES World Heroes Manual Only
N64 Standard N64 Console and gray controller. No wires, but I'd be willing to trade towards an OEM set. Includes OEM expansion pack.
Wii Red Steel BL - Boxed (No Manual)
Wii Trauma Center Second Opinion BL - CIB
Wii U The Legend of Zelda Windwaker HD Edition Wii U Complete in box** - Super Hard trade
Wii U The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess HD SEALED
Wii U Super Mario 3D World NS - CIB
Switch Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Edition OLED Switch NEW
Switch BloodRayne Fresh Bites Sealed - w/card
Switch Fire Emblem Three Houses CIB
Switch Great Ace Attorney Chronicles CIB
Gameboy Ren and Stimpy Veediots Manual Only
NDS Red Super Mario Bros 25th Anniversary Edition DSi XL Loose - With charger. Does have some minor wear and teascuffs on corners
NDS Mario Party DS Sealed - (Has some knicks/tear in seal.)
NDS Pokémon Heartgold CIB - NFR case, no big box or Pokewalker - Only considering trading this so I can upgrade.. Would also trade FOR the big box..
NDS Spiderman Shattered Dimensions Loose
NDS Spyro The Eternal Night Loose
NDS DS Lite Car adaptecharger NEW - Power A branded, Nintendo officially licensed.
NDS DSi XL Stylus 5 packs. One of each color set available (2) NEW - Power A branded, Nintendo officially licensed.
3DS Animal Crossing New Leaf CIB
3DS Bravely Second End Layer CIB - Minor damage to case/art
3DS Legend of Legacy Sealed
3DS Super Smash Bros. 3DS Loose

Saturn Model 2 Console Loose - Includes power cord + OEM controller
Saturn Street Fighter Alpha 2 CIB
Dreamcast Crazy Taxi Loose

Some specific items I'm after:
[General Wants]
** Your lists/offers. I am not interested in loose discs or any sort of Greatest Hits, Platinum Hits, Players Choice, etc. Black Label/first print only. Most Carts are ok loose with the exception of games that came in plastic cases such as DS/Vita. If it had a cardboard box I can do without.
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2023.05.31 04:34 MissRosemary22 Battery draining after being rear ended?

Recently was in a bad rear end accident with my ‘99 Ford Windstar that resulted in the back being smashed in. Right before the accident I had replaced the battery that was old and zero alternator issues. Van was considered a total loss but still drivable so I retained it. I’ve only recently gotten it back and the battery was completely dead, wouldn’t even register when I brought it in to be checked. They replaced it with another new one, and it did fine for days with regular driving. Let it sit for 3-4 days and once again battery was 100% dead. No noise, no lights, no clicking. Jumped it yesterday evening and left it running for 20min. Decided to try and start it an hour or so before noon, no issues. Went to start it again this evening around 6 and lights would register and it would click but not start. Jumped it and took it to the auto part store. Battery at that point showed 70% charged (and rising,) and alternator was cleared as being good. Because it died completely my check engine light hadn’t turned back on. Drove a bit more and when it turned back on (previous issue that wasn’t serious,) took it back to have them scan it and it wouldn’t even register it being plugged into my van to scan it.
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2023.05.31 03:54 drthorp Why I miss my garage…

Why I miss my garage…
Went to the shop with my ‘14 trail edition to get some driveline fluids changed along with coolant flush and I was hit with a randomly leaking axle seal??? Apparently it led to a bad axle bearing and an additional $1200…. This was “the truck shop” in San Diego. This is why I usually do my own maintenance and save quite literally 75% of the cost
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2023.05.31 03:24 Suspicious-Scrotum Dad's old buddy mechanic claims to help me save money but everything seems very Suspicious

Dad's old buddy mechanic claims to help me save money but everything seems very Suspicious
I had nothing wrong with my 2008 Ford Escape Hybrid other than a rear squealing noise. I have busy work schedule so my dad went and he doesn't really seem to care and trusts the mechanic blindly. They both dismissed the sound and this recording I sent them and changed both my front brake, both front rotors, driver side control arm...
They said these were the important things I needed but now my car is vibrating and feels like bouncing up and down. I am asking the mechanic what in the world he did to my car and he is saying that I need brand new 4 tires?? I never had a sway in my car or this vibration type feeling. I asked him is it safe for long drive, he's like no axle can pop out or something you need to change your tires.
I got very upset and asked him that I told you to fix the sound that was coming in the first place and he's like "oh yea those are your rear brake pads probably"
The dude first quoted me $120 per tire but now is saying $125 because it has alloy wheels and needs aluminum weights? Along with balancing and stuff
At this point I have no Idea what is going on and need advice. Should I not go to this guy, but even if I am to find another mechanic he already charged me $520 for bogus repairs
I am reading online that it's useless to replace just one control arm and they should be done in pairs
Rear Noise

Old Parts that got replaced. Front brake + Front rotors (both) + Lower Control arm (driver side) = $520
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2023.05.31 02:30 MISJedi1024 Looking where to take my car

I’m looking for a place in tampa where to take vehicle to have the air vents replaced/fixed. Have a 2016 Ford Edge and my rear vents on center console have broken due to kids accidentally. Was wondering were can I take my vehicle to get these fixed/replaced?
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2023.05.31 02:12 smoke_and_a_pancak3 NA Rear Diff and Slave Cylinder leakage questions!

NA Rear Diff and Slave Cylinder leakage questions!
Howdy all,
I have some questions for some seasoned Miata DIYers... I have a 1997 at 159,000 miles. Two problems.. first the rear diff.
I've noticed some fluid on ground where I park my miata on the rear end - it seems that I have a leaky rear differential! I am posting pictures and I pose the question - do I need to replace the axle seals as well or is it okay to permatex the case and replace the fluid? Axle boots look okay to me but there is definitely a leak somewhere.. Pictures below...

rear differential

underside of rear differential

left axle boot

right axle boot
next question
A couple of weeks ago I was backing my Miata out of the garage and it died on me - the clutch pedal began to feel glued to the ground and I could not shift the car into gear at all. The master cylinder looks a-okay (no leaks near the line and the reservoir is full) but there seems to be a leak near the slave cylinder (near the clutch fork boot to be specific) video is attached. My question is - do you think the slave cylinder is the culprit here? The clutch fork boot seems to be loose and greasy too - could this be the problem? I can go back and grab some photos of the master cylinder but to my eye (albeit inexperienced) it looks fine. Lots of leakage near the slave cylinder.

messing around with slave cylinder and clutch fork boot

alternate view of slave cylinder from right side wheel well

It goes without saying that I am not driving this thing anywhere until I get these fixed. Any help and guidance would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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2023.05.31 01:32 inkrypt3d Third party inspection revealed these issues

Third party inspection revealed these issues
2012 VW Golf with 104K KM. Is this worth getting the dealership to repair the top 3 issues and knocking off some money or should I just look for something else? I really like the car, it’s exactly what I need in terms of mileage and year. Pretty disappointed seeing I put a deposit down on it already
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2023.05.30 23:29 icantrememberagainx3 2017 XC90 T8 Inscription - ERAD

Was driving on the expressway when suddenly my 2017 XC90 T8 Inscription jolted back and slowed down. A little rabbit image came out on the screen and said my speed was limited so I drove the car slowly home. I had it towed to the dealership the next morning because it sounded horrible when trying to drive it over.
Turns out the ERAD (Differential Case: Electric Rear Axle Drive) needs to be replaced and the HVCH (High Voltage Coolant Heater) and Coolant Sensor for about $10K. The car only had 35K miles and the warranty has run out already. I don't want to invest any money into repairing it. I was already planning to trade it in for a new vehicle.
At this point, it's just sitting in my driveway as I use a rental car to get around. My question is, do you think it's drive-able if going slow and not using electricity? I need to get it to CarMax to try to sell it. I drove it home after the diagnostics at the dealership, but that was only 2 miles and CarMax is about 15 miles away. I tried selling it back to Volvo, and they offered $10-15K for it in it's current state. Can't believe it's only worth that now.
Also, is it true that the ERAD issue is known for 2017's and they fixed it in newer models?
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2023.05.30 23:02 Shockmaindave Main rear seal

My 2013 Sport (named Truck) has been leaking oil. I had the oil pan replaced but the guys at the shop said it was the "main rear seal" and that would have to be a dealership repair. My local dealership just told me it would be 8 hours of labor and a 20 dollar part and I should expect it to be around twelve hundred bucks.
They wouldn't exaggerate, would they? Thanks in advance. I love Truck!
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2023.05.30 23:01 khoafraelich789 At $16,500, Is This 1973 Toyota Corona Mark II A Crowning Achievement?

At $16,500, Is This 1973 Toyota Corona Mark II A Crowning Achievement?
The Mark II was Toyota’s first attempt at a mainstream big car in the U.S.

The song Corona by the Minutemen is a two-minute, twenty-five-second polemic about social injustice. In contrast, today’s Nice Price or No Dice Toyota Corona seems to be a car that a lot of people might enjoy. Let’s see if that justifies its price.

One of the most common horror movie tropes is the single survivor, or “final girl.” The character often is actually female and is usually the smartest or most virtuous member of their fated group. When it comes to Volkswagen Golf models, we’re getting down to final girl time. The lineup was once rife with coupe, saloon, convertible models, as well as their sporting variations. In the U.S. at least, we’re now down to just the performance-oriented GTI and the even more rabid R.

We looked at a 2016 VW Golf R yesterday, which had been made even more ready for battle owing to some well-chosen factory options and aftermarket massages. At $36,000, however, that wasn’t enough to survive our vote, and the R went down in a massive 90 percent No Dice loss.

In Henry IV, Shakespeare writes “Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.” This has often been misquoted as “heavy is the head that wears a crown,” but the meaning is still there — crowns can be burdensome.

Today’s 1973 Toyota Corona Mark II takes its name from the Latin for Crown, but it doesn’t seem to offer any burden in its purchase outside of its possibly weighty price tag.

We’ll get to that in a moment, but first, let’s talk about the car itself.

Toyota debuted the Corona Mark II in the U.S. in 1972 to replace the non-Mark II Corona line. At the time, this was Toyota’s “big car.” It features six-cylinder power, slotting it above the four-cylinder Corollas and Carinas.

Carrying just through the 1976 model year, the Mark II would be supplanted by the Cressida nameplate for its ’77 restyle. That model would run until the 1990s when it was discontinued in the U.S. upon the introduction of Toyota’s up-market Lexus line. A less luxurious Avalon model took over as Toyota’s big car in 1995.

Being a wagon, this Mark II is the coolest of the lot, only missing top honors due to its lack of that wonderful touch of ’70s pastiche, woodgrain on the flanks. Instead, we get mustard yellow paint that the ad claims to be original, and a black vinyl interior. No, that’s not “leatherette” or “vegan leather,” that’s good ol’ sticky in the summer, creaky in the winter, vinyl.

It all looks to be in very good shape save for a wonky glovebox door and the twitch-inducing use of the same piece of plastic for all three horn buttons on the steering wheel meaning that only one can be right-side up.

Gold-colored aftermarket alloys spruce things up on the outside, but the ad notes that the original wheels also will come with the sale in case those are more to the new owner’s liking.

There are a claimed 39,000 miles on the clock and a sticker on the door jamb that indicates an oil and filter change was undertaken at 26,691 miles. Hopefully, it’s had a couple more since then. That 39K could actually be more since there are only five barrels on the odometer and records from this era are sketchy at best.

The engine is a 2563 cc SOHC inline-six good for 109 horsepower. That’s mated to an Aisin three-speed automatic which sends power back to the live rear axle. Mechanically, there’s nothing much to go wrong here. And, this being an old Toyota, it’s unlikely anything ever will.

According to the ad, this clean-title Corona Mark II has been a lead car in not one but two movies. You’d think with such a pedigree they would tell us which movies those were.

Discounting the fact that this is apparently a Hollywood celebrity, there’s still a lot to like about this quirky classic, and we’re likely not going to find many others in this sort of shape anytime soon outside of Hemmings. At $16,500 this Mark II is kind of priced for Hemmings. We’ll just have to decide if that’s ok for Craigslist as well.

What do you think, is this nicely preserved Corona Mark II worth that $16,500 asking? Or, does that price have you unwilling to accept this crown?

You decide!

Source: jalopnik
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2023.05.30 23:00 HackTossle A HW35 .22 from 1979

As the title says a HW35 from 1979. Wanted a project gun for a while now, and wanted it to be a 35 in .22. Sharing this with you guys just for fun, but good advice is naturally welcome!
This one was bought from pictures, and the guy said that, while needing some love, it was in good condition and shot well. The barrel is bent about a cm to the left, and is missing the windage adjustment knob on the rear sight. Otherwise in working order, just old and in need of some care. This one has the single sided safety.
Shot it first, obviously, and it shoots alright apart from the aforementioned. Has decent power, but is a little sluggish. Opening her up shows a leather piston seal that's alright except for the ungodly amount of old grease, dirt, and rust. Water must have gotten inside the end because that rekord trigger unit looks like it was in the war. Crisp as it still was, it broke lighter than I prefer. Says something about how good those things are.
First things are cleaning all the bits, and taking inventory of all the things that need replacing. My local shop has everything I need to upgrade to a synthetic seal. Only thing that's going to be a challenge is the bent barrel and the rear sight. It's so damaged that I things it's just a loss. I read somewhere that the modern Weihrauch sights fit on there without any trouble, and I have some to spare.
Not sure yet if I'll blue it. Also not sure yet what I'll do with the stock.
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2023.05.30 22:49 pcar-997-Audio Electric Transaxle w/ motor

Can someone point me to a reliable setup.
I want to make a powered beach utility wagon.
  1. A sealed electric transaxle with DC motor.
  2. A battery to match the Volts
  3. Electronic Speed Controller
  4. Let’s assume I need a brake via motor
  5. Forward and Reverse
  6. Maybe lights for night time but optional.
  7. Key so people don’t just walk off with it they would need to carry it.
Thoughts on sourcing this?
AliExpress has some options but I know nothing about their speed / power.
500W 24V dc motor used for mobility scooter
500w brushless mobility scooter transaxle motor with electromagnetic brake,Rear axle differential motor ARAS40L-01
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2023.05.30 21:57 throwraxz27 Rear main seal fair price for 06 sierra 5.3l

Rear main seal fair price for 06 sierra 5.3l
Is this a reasonable labor price for this repair? I’m providing all of the parts except the rear main seal.
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